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Thursday, November 23, 2006

Bruins Win in Shootout

Bruins in 4-3 in a SO. You could say it was a good game, I am happy that they got the 2 points, but not the way they did. First off, Brian Finely played well in his 2nd game, even though he only played 1 period due to injury. Tim Thomas played well for most of the game except the last 10 minutes of the game, but overall he played well. Stanislav Chistov played a very good game notching his 1st goal of the season to tie the game 1-1. Marc Savard played well getting 2 assists. Chara's slapshot was a rocket off the right post and in. He is definately a canidate for the Norris this season so far, anchoring the B's staff. Mark Recchi's 2nd goal of the game 19:30 into the 3rd period stung, it stinks that we couldn't get the 2 points without giving any to Pittsburgh. The Bruins had a 3-1 lead into the third, and that should easily be a win, but once again for some reason we go into a defensive shell and Pittsburgh comes back, almost winning the game. Thank god Tim Thomas can stop penalty shots. I don't know what to think of the shootout, that our goalie is great a stopping the shots or that we can't score on the shootout. Overall I am happy with the win, but we can't do this all season long.


Blogger neb said...

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10:04 AM  
Blogger Matt said...

Yeah I am sorry it was 3-1, mind blank thinking of turket to much :).

10:36 AM  
Blogger Latrappe said...

the call on alberts was brutal...

That's was an awful call. Do it mean, now, that each time you try to play the opponent you will be call? This year, the officiating is pretty bad and they are stick in an hybrid system where they call everything for 30 min and then, referees use their " judgement " to make the call. It becomes more and more ridiculous. I tough that, on the play, Alberts did his job.

11:53 AM  
Blogger jimbuff said...

Chara for Norris??? He has played good in spurts but has terrible own end coverage. He was overrated in Ottawa and he played better there than he has in Beantown.

2:35 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

I disagree. In Otttawa he had Redden, Pothier and more developed defenseman than he has here. Look at anyother GREAT defenseman, most of the time they have other good defenseman with them also, Chara has Stuart but no one else really to the equivalent of what Lidstrom and Pronger have. Also, Chara has been leading this young defensive core and has been playing 30 minutes a night. He has been key to the PP and has been scoring timely goals. He is, I beleive, 5th in scoring on the team. And lastly, tell me 2 plays that he messed up in his own end causing a goal.

3:40 PM  

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