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Saturday, January 27, 2007

Post Game Notes

- The Bruins came out with no energy or desire in the first two periods. The beginning of the third was different, but they soon went back to playing passionless in the final half.
- Petr Tenkrat was a scratch for tonight's game. Jeff Hoggan played in his place. Hoggan played well and showed his passion on every shift. Not the most skilled of players but atleast he is working his butt off out there. Hoggan played on a line with Primeau and Donovan.
- Brad Boyes continues to look awful. He looks very slow and lost on the ice. Not to mention his faceoff percentage is only 45% on the season.
- After scoring a hat trick in the Young Stars Allstar Game, Phil Kessel played a total of 10:47. He was moved to the fourth line with Boyes and Mowers. He played two shifts in place of Hoggan in the 3rd.
- Stanislav Chistov skated on Bergeron's right wing for all but one shift. He too has looked bad in recent games. He logged 11:53 on the day.
- When is P.J. Axelsson going to be put back on the 3rd or 4th line where he belongs? He took two awful penalties and brings nothing offensively. He also had many bad clearing attempts in his own zone. Get him off the 2nd PP unit! Kessel got one shift in his place for about 15 seconds.
- The defensive pairings were mixed and matched for the whole 3rd period.
- With the Bruin's on a 6-4 advantage, with a little over 1 minute remaining, the Bruin's had Wayne Primeau on the ice. Yes Wayne scoring machine Primeau. This stuns me, if they need a big body in front, put Chara there. He has done it before and it always seems to work. Then put Stuart at the point.
- Does anyone else seem to notice that Doug Houda does all the talking on the bench? He draws up all the plays and is clearly the vocal leader. Lewis likes to observe.


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