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Tuesday, April 15, 2008

B's get f*cked over...again...

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Bruins-0

Now, a series the Bruins could lead 3-1, then are down 3-1.
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Kovalev falls on air, Brisebois scores the only goal.

Now, I am not saying we could not have scored. Sturm, Muzz and Krecji have plenty of chances but could not finish.  At the same time, the Habs were doing much worse to the Bruins and they were not getting called, but Kovalev falls on nothing and they get a PP.  Crap

28 Comments:

Anonymous mook said...

tough loss...

9:38 PM  
Blogger Federko said...

very... Bs should have won this game as they had lots of chances, however I did count at least 3-picks by the Habs and quite a few dives. Is that some kind of pussy-canadian thing? They are getting away with it. Bs still had their chances though.

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love on the first PP Petteri Nokelainen out physicals Hamrlik and its called interference. Then get the extended PP on a lame "hook" call on Chara. The low hit on Lucic should have been intent to injure, did not have the puck and hit below the knees. Add that to great playing and missed opportunities its just really frustrating.

10:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Heres a topic for discussion who is your most disappointed player thus far this series?

For me personally its Metropolit. Continues to make bad decisions with the puck, including bad attempts to clear the zone, and/or getting the puck deep on dump ins.

PJ is a near second.

Thoughts

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a B's fan, I disagree that the B's could have won this one. They had no offense. They kept dumping the puck and chasing. Dump and chase. Dump and chase. back and forth. The big hits are great and all but WTF? Carry the f-in puck in the zone and generate some offense. Oh that's right. Other than Savard they don't have anyone that can carry the puck in with speed.

Kessel is the only one. Yup Kessel. The same guy that some of us wanted them to trade for a freakin scorer, and he's sitting and watching while the Dump and Chasers play. This series is done.

The only thing left to do now is drop the gloves and kick the crap out of any player wearing a red jersey.

....and yes Kovalev dove and the B's announcers didn't even talk about it. Lame.

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does Kessel play the next game now that their play defense, check and hope for a goal strategy, backfired?

$5 says if Kessel plays next game, he scores.

10:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Savard is right passes are horrible!

10:51 PM  
Blogger André Medeiros said...

two guys have the guilty about the lost
first period two chances
*one with sturm in front goal
no goalie .. and he lost the net
ridiculous :(
first period too
*kreijci in assistence by sturm he's lost the goal done
just touch the puck in the goal
how difficult is this ?

10:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree that the passes were bad but you have to expect that when you're playing 3 or 4 good players and a bunch of 3rd-4th liners.

It's like when you play video game hockey and your 3rd or 4th line is out there; you can't generate any offense and the passing downright sucks.

Tough watching Ward, Stuart, Ferrence, Hnidy on defense and their terrible outlet passes. What little speed the forwards have goes to a complete stop when passes aren't stick to stick.

Sign Brian Campbell.

10:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Agree, with Zhamnov finally off the books, try to get rid of Murray, and Sign Campbell.

12:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As for Sturm missing the next, although the commentators kept saying he got stick checked by the goalie, when they showed he replay, it was clear that he shot it right on net, but the shot deflected off the goalie's stick.

12:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gentlemen...a term used loosely!

An errant pass off a skate to the point, veteran defenseman happens to be there and rings it up. Could have happened many other times in the game - for both teams. B's were the better team tonight. Wanted it more - with out question. They played well, physical and from what I saw, made good passing decisions. Yes, a few dump ins more so late in the third when you expect it but all in all, not bad at all.

This team, and it's present direction, is a vast improvement from the Mike O'Connell era.

Would we be having this discussion with Jumbo in the line up....I doubt it!

12:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't know, with Joe we had a top line center, and maybe he would be able to put one home and if the trade off is Thornton for Sturm, Kobasew and Ference, maybe they'd be better off?

12:41 AM  
Blogger Jefe77 said...

No, we would have more less quality players with Joe T. Not saying it was a good trade, but I think we are building more strongly because of it.

Lets be proud of our Bruins, no one expected them to make it. Here we are, despite being down 3-1, in my opinion we have been outplaying those dirty Habs for 3 games straight.

Yes, we happen to have a lack of scoring, and could use a D-man who is half as good as Ray was breaking out. Campbell, Hossa, and a BUNCH more names come to mind. But remember PC is building a team. Not buying one. I can respect that.

Its not over, and I expect some Montreal blood thurs.

Go Bruins.

5:44 AM  
Blogger Patrick said...

baby jesus cries once again.

8:35 AM  
Blogger Janick Lavoie said...

When you missed two open net, you can't blame the refs...

9:13 AM  
Blogger own said...

Bad luck! but it was something we expected. Bruins has no chance to pass thru in playoffs.

But to dream is free. Why not?

We belive!

GO BRUINS!

Regards from Barcelona, Spain

9:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

muzz do something why is he play and not kessel.Muzz is hurting the bruins he is not do anything.we need speed

10:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Own,I disagree this series could easily be 2-2 or 3-1 in our favor, thus I would give the B's a great shot at beating Pitt next round, then either NYR/PHI, etc...

Probably not western team they are way better.

12:34 PM  
Blogger own said...

@ anonymous

You are right, but instead of lucky comes to us comes to them and we are down 3-1. But a prori it was something we can expected, wasn't it? If Bruins was able to get better in division, and it was posible, we didn't met Montreal at this round and easily we can pass thu playoffs rounds... they are a lucky team!

For me this is not the best Bruins team and without Savard during a big part of season, worst.

I didn't see last game and I read from you than Bruins lost a lot of goal opportunities, may be in next game.

I only can follow Bruins by reading this blog and Bruins website... sorry.

LET'S GO BRUINS!

12:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SCORE FOR GODS SAKE! man, these guys are friggin anemic

5:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

agree. at the game last night, and saw in person what i thought we'd seen on tv- murray is done. completely ineffective, skating beyond bad, can't keep up with the play and the only weapon he had, his shot, is completely gone... he's no more of a d zone liability than kessel.. they're sitting the wrong guy

6:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello From Michigan, the bruins need to put shots on net! good shots, not long shots! get in on the goalie. If they can get 35 to 40 shots thursday they will win. And then come home for saturday and win again. the top players have to come thru. If they keep playing hard they will win this series GO B's

9:30 PM  
Anonymous da wreck said...

I agree. You put the puck on net and good things happen. You can't score if you don't. Garbage goals, big dirty rebounds, scrums in front. That's what the Bs need. They are not built for finesse. There's no need to set up these "perfect" plays. Just put it on the net, and see what happens.

1:34 AM  
Anonymous MOOK said...

Anyone see what Sinden said?

TSN...
Harry Sinden used to routinely stir the pot when he was the general manager of the Boston Bruins, but less so as team president and hardly at all since stepping aside to become senior advisor almost two years ago.

But with his team down 3-1 in their Eastern Conference series to the long-time rival Montreal Canadiens, the Hall of Fame-builder gave out his share of scathing about the team, starting with captain Zdeno Chara.

"We've got a hell of a leader in Chara, but I think he's hurting right now," Sinden told the Boston Globe on Wednesday. "This rib injury. He's playing OK, but he's not as aggressive."

Marc Savard, who scored the overtime winner in Game 3, was also criticized.

"I'm not a fan of his," he told the Globe. "He's one of these guys who has batting average but no runs batted in. You know what I mean? He gets a lot of points. He's a good player, I'm just not a fan."

And for good measure, Sinden didn't mince words about former Bruins captain Joe Thornton, who was traded to the San Jose Sharks three seasons ago.

"We had seven years of Joe and we didn't get much," he told the Globe. "He's a good kid and everything. Again, good batting average but no runs batted in. But he's a good player and I don't want to say anything about him. Certainly, losing him took away a perception of a real Hall of Fame player on the team. He had that identity."

Sinden has been part of the Bruins organization for over 40 years, working his way from minor league player-coach to the team's general manager for 28 seasons. As a coach and GM, he helped bring the team a Stanley Cup championship, six conference titles and ten division championships with his teams combining for 29 winning seasons.

8:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Savard was brought here to be a second line center. He has been worth every penny.

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

crybabies!!

waaaahhhhhh waaaaaahhhhhh...sniff sniff

cry me a river, queers!

12:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Harry Sinden isn't as great as you make him out to be mook. He got us zero stanley cups as GM/president and one as a coach. How can anybody not like how Savard plays? He is a setup guy and every team needs a player like that. Joe Thornton is the same and he is a future Hall of Famer. I don't care what that old senile fool says.

5:54 PM  

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