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Saturday, November 01, 2008

First Period Analysis

-18:40. P.J. Axelsson, you are not the center, play your position. Something that bugs me every game, because the center usually does not cover up and play the left side boards in the defensive zone(where Axelsson should be).

17:19. Sturm from Wheeler and Krejci. It's working already. Nice play by Wheeler.

14:40. Nice pass Savard to Kessel. Kessel just barely misses the net.

14:11. Thomas looking sharp early. Stopping Modano right in front.

13:56 NESN question, who's the number 1 star in October? My vote goes to Thomas.

12:05 Weak goal allowed by Thomas. Avery had the speed coming down the wing, but a stop Thomas should have made.

11:45 Aaron Ward needs to learn how to play with two hands on his stick. Another holding call coming.

11:09 Here comes the worst penalty kill in the league. Axelsson and Bergeron to start the PK.

10:11 Nice block by Yelle. Goes down and blocks the shot with his body, nice play.

9:08 Powerplay over. Thank you Brendan Morrow. Gets an extra penalty as well.
4 minute powerplay coming up.

7:11 Absolutely awful powerplay with the first minor expiring.

6:45 Finally some pressure, Ryder stopped twice. Lucic is also on this unit replacing Sturm. However, as I type, the stars have a shorthanded breakaway.

5:18 Bruins powerplay looking a little bit better. Why is Stephane Yelle on the powerplay??

4:45 The new fourth line? Axelsson-Nokelainen-Thornton on the ice right after the powerplay. Once Kobasew comes back, that's my choice for a new line combo with Kobasew replacing Axelsson on one of the top 3 lines.

3:34 Avery going to the box for a hook. Lets give the powerplay another try.

1:52 If Bergeron had a heavier slapshot he would be money on the point.

0:26 Wheeler, what a play and a pass. Yelle misses a wide open net. Great save by Turco but any other forward on the team would have scored that.

0:00 Period ends and tempers flare, you got it Avery right in the middle, but nothing comes from it. Still only two fights on the season for the Bruins.


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