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Friday, October 20, 2006

Chiarelli Denies Rumors

KPD reports that PC has denied any trade rumors regarding Muzzy. But he also states that anything is possible. Like I said, I doubt he gets moved, if at all, during the deadline.


Anonymous Mack said...

I hope they don't deal Murray. He's been great so far, and I think he's going to have a rebound season this year. A big reason for them signing Savard was for a set up man for Murray. So it wouldn't make a whole lot of sense to go and trade him after 6 games. And if they were to trade him, I would hope that they wouldn't trade him for a goalie. We have 2 quality tenders already (they just got of too an unlucky start) and one of the most touted goaltender prospects in Rask. The Bruin's roster has been changed a great deal since last season, they just need some time to get some chemistry going and mesh together as a team. tommorow night's game against the Sabres will be a big test especially after losting 7 of 8 to them last year, (i should know, I bet $20 on each game with my friend who's a Sabres fan...ouch)

11:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know if the trade rumors have any truth to them, but Muzz shure played like somebody who had heard them... man, that one goal where he was falling down: wow!


12:40 AM  
Blogger Latrappe said...

Buffalo explosive upfront and superb goaltending will prevent any victories from the B's. That said, you are a very courageous fan :-).

6:27 AM  
Blogger Latrappe said...

Mack, In this new NHL, you cannot wait 20 games to react. It's too competitive. It doesn't mean that Murray will go but there's team who can use a sniper like him to put the puck in the net. Boston definitely need an upgrade in goal. There's an urgency to win in Beantown and that's why soemthing will happend soon if they lose tonight. Don't me wrong here; Hannu is good but the team need to win now and cannot afford soft goals ( from either Thomas or Hannu ) on a daily base..

6:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you have a contending team, i agree, you cant wait to make a move to put your team over the top. a rebuilding team can wait for maturing and gelling. its not like any trade for murray will suddenly make the bruins a legit contender.


9:50 AM  
Blogger Latrappe said...

I agree with you Neb that the B's are in the re-building mode but i think JJ is fully aware that the fans won't be patient this year. From what i reed this morning, JJ wants the team to make the playoffs...I think that's why they might pull the trigger faster.

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

latrappe said: "Boston definitely need an upgrade in goal."

Once again you say things that reflect the way you feel this particualr minute and simply aren't true!

11:28 AM  
Blogger Latrappe said...

There's a difference between good goaltending and great goaltending. If you are saying that Boston have great goaltending, you're off the line... Every successful team need a goaltender who can steal a couple of games. it's not the case in Boston, right now.

12:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

timmy and hannu both stole victories last year....timmy more than hannu. 23.5 sq feet of brick in the crease would not have made a difference in two out of four losses. this whole team is still rounding into shape, including the coach and gm....i think there will be a move to address issues in the next month, if, IF, they continue to have issues. win or trip to OT tonight could calm some dread in b-land....

they need to give this team a min of 12 games together to see what they have...


1:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Every successful team need a goaltender who can steal a couple of games."

Both Bruins goaltenders proved they could do that last year on serveral occiasions. Where were you? Yee of so little faith and "you are only as good as your last game?"

Besides, with maybe 4-5 great goaltenders in the whole league you are dreaming if you think the Bruins could get one of them for Murray.

What the Bruins need is more goal scoring! Getting rid of Muzz for a goaltender would just make the situation worse. And I'm sure you'd be the first one to blame the poor performance on our new goalie.

The Bruins have always had a huge talent pool. The league is filled with stars who were once Bruins. But they haven't been able to get the best out of it. That needs to change. It's time we stopped looking for the quick fix from outside, only to dicover the guy we let go or traded away is now a star and the guy we got in return is suddenly a loser. I say, except for maybe a gritty left winger with a scoring touch, the Bruins have the talent.

It's time to do something with it.

1:20 PM  

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