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Thursday, March 12, 2009

Kessel and Krejci to play tonight



Both David Krejci and Phil Kessel will play tonight despite missing yesterday's practice with undisclosed injuries. Kessel took a big hit from Columbus defenseman Jan Hejda and appeared to injure his shoulder. Krejci, who has been slumping lately, is believed to be battling from some type of injury.

50 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's good news....the B's are more then due for a GREAT performance !!

12:34 PM  
Blogger Ohniner said...

I would like to see some heart out their tonight !!!! I would also like to say if there hurt then sit them the playoffs is what matters its not like there racking up the points so lets get them healthy. The last thing I would like to say is whats wrong with shaking up the lines I would be getting bored if I had the same linemates all year too.

2:00 PM  
Blogger Mook said...

we better not make this sens goalie look good...

2:03 PM  
Blogger Mook said...

notice the number of posts has considerably tailed-off as all the bandwagoners have already jumped-ship. hello redsox!

hi neb!

2:03 PM  
Anonymous Birdman2403 said...

It's time for a good ol' fashion pounding by the B's tonight ! I think the Sens are just what the Dr. ordered ! The B's deserved to win the NYR game ( Not going to dwell on why they didn't...manny !) and played O.K. against the Jackets !!

Time to start a new roll....we need first !

2:58 PM  
Anonymous neb said...

Mook when are we meeting up???

4:22 PM  
Anonymous BosBrn77 said...

I hope they shake the cobwebs. Look in the rear-view mirror.... teams are catching up! Maybe some teams breathing down their neck will instill some fire!
I would not mind seeing some guys get a breather down the stretch too. Bring up some youngsters to get a "look at", as well as rest the core veterans a bit.
The one thing that worries me.... is the "playoff gear"! I remember the Bruins teams in the early 90's always played like crazy in the regular season, but never had anything left in the tank to shift to the next level... the playoff level! I hope it is different this year.

4:53 PM  
Anonymous MC Puck said...

4 LINES JULIEN! Maybe it's just me, but I don't think that Julien is playing the 4th line enough. Let Thornton and Yelle go bang around and throw the opposition off their game.

Tonight is a must win in my opinion. They're starting to look weak, and even though I don't believe it, other teams are watching the Bruins and thinking "these guys aren't so tough." We could use a startling win this evening to assert our position as the best in the East.

5:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

mc puck what games have you been watching?? the fourth line gets more ice time then krejcis line.

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Bob Gainey said...

Hey Guy,

hows my ass taste

5:46 PM  
Blogger Ohniner said...

lol Ward and PJ What !!!!!!

7:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ohniner is pj the greatest bruin ever now. should he be put back on the first line and powerplay? im just surprised he hit the fucking net for once.

8:51 PM  
Anonymous vince m said...

Don't know about everyone else, but I don't want the B's to win the Presidents Cup. How often does the winner actually go on to win the Big Prize? Not very often. I would be happy finishing second or third.

Just take it slow right now and get everything back on track.

vince_m

9:19 PM  
Blogger Ohniner said...

lol I cant believe he hit the net either. Good game other then a 5 minute coma period by the Bees

9:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its not about winning Presidents Cup, Most points means Home Ice for all playoff rounds. Thats what the Bruins need First 2 games at home and the Stanley Cup is ours.
Go Bruins Go! Slump is over and 14 game winning streak has started!

9:43 PM  
Blogger Mat A. said...

I am pleased with the result of tonight's game...

And Mook, I will be the first to admit I am a bandwagon jumper, albeit not a very good one. I remember cheering for the Habs when I was 11 years old because my friends were fans. I started to cheer for the B's however when they beat the habs in Montreal in game 5 of the 1988 Adams division final and realised then that the B's were clearly the better team. Shortly after that I discovered Habs fans suck the big one anyway. So yes, I am a bandwagon jumper. I jumped on that bandwagon pretty hard and have yet to get back off it.

Go B's!

12:29 AM  
Blogger Jefe77 said...

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5:19 AM  
Blogger Jefe77 said...

Damnit Mat...when the Bruins beat the dirty habs, I will never forget the feeling in my home after my father taught me since I was a spankling to hate those dirty habs. I guess I shouldnt take my pops for granted, but man, what the hell kind of festive freinds were you hanging out with ? (cmon, that was funny, admit it)


I've posted it before, for all to read carefully and consider.

"It takes neither courage nor intelligence to cheer for a team only when that team wins. The true test of a fan's mettle is the same as it is for a player: Were you there when you were needed?" -Ian Wilson

Bruins for the Cup.

5:34 AM  
Blogger Mook said...

this weekend should be tough...i hate these matinee games. you know fernandez will play one...i bet he wins though.

8:38 AM  
Anonymous MC Puck said...

I liked the urgency that certain players seemed to have last night. Savard seemed to have an extra burst in his step, and PJ looked like he was playing for his spot (oh wait, he probably was). Give this team credit, it almost looked for a minute like Ottawa was going to embarass them and tie the game, but they hunkered down and got it done.

There not going to all be pretty wins, and the playoffs are going to be tough, but this team can play with finesse and with grit, which is key when it comes to a long series.

I think the B's are going to finish the season strong. This month looks like they could end up breaking even with games against the Isles, Kings, Leafs and Lightning, but I think it's the games against the Dev's and the Flyers that will be instrumental in the momentum going into the playoffs, I say they win both in physical squeakers.

12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

fallse where you at??????

2:16 PM  
Blogger Mook said...

off the bandwagon, over at neb's house watching bosox grapefruit league.

2:55 PM  
Anonymous James said...

Hahah, neb such a tool

3:10 PM  
Anonymous neb said...

Okay James. Yeah I sure will be watching the Yanks Sox game tonight. Come check out my blog

http://allszplat.blogspot.com/

3:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn neb your wife is fuckin hideous. okay i was being nice.....

3:49 PM  
Anonymous psands said...

mook what is your obsession with bandwagon fans? you keep on making fun of them, like you are better than they are. i am not a bandwagon fan, but bandwagon fans are exactly what the bruins need. i remember people crying the last two years because the garden was never filled up for the bruins games, now it is and you feel like you have to make fun of the bandwagon fans.
every team has bandwagon fans, and every team has die hards. they need both. good for you that you've stuck with the bruins when they sucked, but the bruins need bandwagon fans.
aren't you from canada anyways?

4:23 PM  
Blogger Ohniner said...

Im Fallse Ontario and dont get me started on you Mook. I've been a Bruins Fan my whole life and yes through the ruff patches too. Leaf Nation is not doing so well maybe your bandwagon jumper. You dont know me so keep your mouth shut before I mud stomp that blue and white hat up your ass.

4:35 PM  
Blogger Mat A. said...

let the record show I am a die hard fan.

4:38 PM  
Blogger Mat A. said...

and Jefe, yes that was effin hilarious. :)

4:39 PM  
Blogger Jefe77 said...

Glad you enjoyed my humor, and I'm glad to have you as a Bruins fan Mat. That run in 88' was so sweet, and I think it created many Bruins fans.

On mook calling out bandwagoneers; he is just making a case point. There has been a very loyal fanbase for the Bruins that has died hard even in difficult times, and Boston is a sports town which makes it ripe for fairweather fans.

The Bruins were horrible up until Orr's teams overtook the Celtics popularity expanding the Bruins fanbase greatly. I beleive with a new GM culturing success, the loyal fanbase will expand once more.

I admit, that every now and again I let my emotions get the better of me and i have harshed down on those who dont deserve it. It sometimes takes a winner to create new fans and bring the old ones back, but the fans who watched all those hard years, watching Ray and Cam not get to lift the cup here, are now feeling those pings of excitement again. The feeling that our proud team that stands for overachievement, passion and pride has a chance at its just deserve, along with its fans deserving it as well.

That is what the team was built on, through all those tough years when the Candadian Territoroal rights Bargain gauranteed the Bruins got to pick from the Leafs and Habs leftovers. The years in which Stanley Cup powerhouses were dismantled, because players were shipped off to Europe to fight during WW2, or were lured away with larger contracts in the 70's.

Things have never come easy for this team. That is what makes the fans so great to me, and the 5 cups the Bruins have won so significant.

Go Bruins.

5:09 AM  
Blogger Jefe77 said...

Geez, guess I didn't spell check...or I should stop posting at 3AM.

5:12 AM  
Anonymous Habhater said...

The Bruins need to be a lot more agressive, both offensively & defensively, this afternoon against the Isles. I have seen NYI play a lot lately and they have impressed me with their work ethic. They are playing their their younger players who are trying to earn a spot for next year. If the Bruins persist in not playing a 60 minute game, it could spell the beginning of a long & miserable weekend with the pens on the sked tomorrow. Even more so when you consider that Manny is in all liklihood likely to play one of the weekend games. I believe an in-your-face, beligerent and agressive style will work wonders today. GO BRUINS!!!

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with Habhater. At 6-2-2 in their last 10 games, only Pittsburgh has lost fewer in that stretch. Just because the Bruins are 50+ points better does not mean that the Isles will roll over. On the contrary, unless the Bruins play to their potential, the scrappy Isles will win today.

11:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about we keep the true bostonians bruins fans and you canadien faggot, cockgaggers, stay leafs or habs fans....pussy's

11:40 AM  
Anonymous vince m said...

Jefe77 you brought a tear to my eye with that heartfull insight.

Say, what ever happened to Matt? he shows up for a day for the trade deadline and then gone again! They should only have Pekese name on the contributor list.

4:38 PM  
Anonymous BosBrn77 said...

And maybe Jefe77 on the list too! hahahaha!

5:38 PM  
Anonymous MC Puck said...

I think that you can see the team starting back up like an engine that struggled to turn over. It was dead for a while during that slump, but slowly the spark plug guys are starting to make a difference. As much as I like roleplayers like Thornton and Yelle, the Savards and Kessels and Charas need to step it up, and they've been slowly coming to life.

I like the way Savard has been skating recently. Kessel too. I feel they're getting it back together just in time.

7:16 PM  
Anonymous james said...

i know honestly. matt posted for one day and is now missing again. last time he posted before that was back in november. and this was suppose to be "his" site. without pekese this site would be nothing. great job pekese keep it up.

8:05 PM  
Anonymous Phil Kessel said...

hey carey price hows my ass taste

10:45 PM  
Anonymous vince m said...

As far as I know Mono takes awhile to come back from. Maybe Kessel is just really starting to get back to normal.

Looking forward to watching the Bruins play tomorrow. Don't get to see many games so I try not to miss any that I can see. Looking forward to the game.

11:52 PM  
Blogger Jefe77 said...

What did happen to Matt? It seems he got a hard time for some of his blogs, but a passionate Bruins fan, never the less. Pekese, you have done a fine job.

It does seem like the Bruins are coming around. Slowly but surely, they are getting back to playing the kind of hockey that got them in first.

If they can beat the Devils next sunday they should be able to hold on to the conference lead. Even if they slip to 2nd or 3rd which i doubt will happen given Washingtons play of late, they match up well with any of the potential 6, 7 or 8th seeds, and with home ice I like our chances.

You know what i want? Bruins vs. the dirty habs in the first round. There is no better way to excercise your demons, than killing them yourself.

Respects to all my fellow fans here and....Go Bruins!

2:17 AM  
Anonymous Penpal said...

Wakey Wakey all you retarded Bruin fans. Time to get up & face the reality - your team is on a downward spiral.
It's a great day here in pentown where the Pens will lay a beating on you this afternoon. I've been waiting for this since January 1 when you scraped out a 4-2 win when we were an injured team. Now the tables are turned & its time for revenge - a good old-fashioned beating of 6-2 will do quite nicely. Crosby 2, Malkin 2, Kennedy 1, Letang 1.
Look at it this way - by us whipping your ass today, we are doing you a favor - it drives the Canadiens further down. Who knows, you may play them in the 1st round if they make it and you'll thank us for that.
GO PENS!!!

7:17 AM  
Anonymous vince m said...

Time for Phil, Marc and Timmy to spank Cindy Crosby.

Cindy is rather unh, Festive, isn't he?

Penpal, you blowing the boys before the game?

1:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hahah ya vince i bet hes giving out blowjobs to all the penguins players. And his mother is blowing the bruins players...what?

5:18 PM  
Anonymous vince m said...

watching the game on the NHL network. What a joke, high stick goal, make believe penaties. According the announcers the Penguins are great and should have no problem beating the Bruins.

5:24 PM  
Anonymous da wreck said...

Lots of great tape to tape passing by the Bruins. Too bad it was mostly the wrong team they were passing to. Marc Savard gift wrapped that pass for Staal's empty netter.

5:42 PM  
Blogger Mook said...

want to know why canadians aren't only--by default--fans of their own city's teams? it doesn't matter what city we cheer for, the players are mostly ours anyways ;)

bandwagoners make me sick. don't like it when the bruins are losing? fuck you...go watch baseball. you're lucky to live in a city where you can go watch a game any night (since you never sell-out). i could only wish for something like that...look how shit the leafs are and they continually sell-out. their fans are idiots and plan a parade every year. 1-game winning streaks and they're calling gerber for the vezina. want to know why? cause as retarded as they are, they aren't bandwagoners.

fallse (aka o'homo): go fuck yourself.

psands: i am better than band wagon fans. quick! go get your glove cause big papi is coming!

anonymous: thanks for the comments. i appreciate your idealistic views.

11:09 PM  
Blogger Ohniner said...

Big words Mook coming from a guy that still liveswith his Mom give her a kiss good night from me too. As far as this dick that is bashing canadiens look at the bruins roster look at the numbers retired in Boston almost all CANADIEN You should be kissing our feet goof. Canadiens Rule Hockey stupid fuck !!!!!!!!

4:08 AM  
Blogger Mook said...

On behalf of all Canadians, i'm embarrassed that Ohniner spells "Canadian" like how the habs spell "Canadien". You are an embarrassment to our country...and the Bruins. You are not allowed to speak again.

8:51 AM  
Blogger Mook said...

bench montador.

11:20 AM  

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