Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by bruinsfan1970, Jan 28, 2013.
Thanks! Wish it were clearer and we saw the punches
Marchand and Seguin are struggling on the boards. There's been times they've been hemmed in their own zone entire shifts. Other times in the offensive zone they get thrown around. This speaks right to Colt's thread.
CJ isn't afraid to say what's what, that's for sure.
Congrats to Coach Julien, btw. Now 3rd in wins by a Bruins coach.
looked like a very dirty slewfoot by Skinner, Bergeron had a tough game physically and didn't need that to end the game
Just sounded extra snarky that's all. He needs to work on it even more.
It had to be something dirty for Bergie to flip like that.
Dirty little ***** - Bergy might have to bring out the left hook next game.
That would be awesome!
I like the Habs feed better:
I wouldn't mind that at all.
But that was the best shot of it I've seen. thats dirty... bergy should have beaten his face in.
Just watched the replay on NESN - looked like a slewfoot from Skinner. Next game in Boston should be fun.
A win in Carolina is a good thing....
you would think they where at home from the crowds reaction, Awesome gwg from krechii
Yeah I knew that. I was poking fun at the canes announcers who said that he had a twin brother.
As for skinner, I wish Bergeron would have pummeled him. If Marchand did that (and he has) I guarantee the league would be dishing out a suspension for a slew foot or a fine at the very least.
I put up what NESN showed of Bergeron/Skinner but they missed everything.
The Carolina broadcast had only one additional shot, which was Skinner skating away with a red face - left side.
Marchand would have definitely been suspended.
Bergeron was mad-he is usually very even tempered and not so easily provoked.
Claude made an interesting post-game comment re Seguin and the effect of playing on the bigger ice during the lockout.
"Winger Tyler Seguin had just one assist in the first four games before getting an assist and an empty-net goal last night. The Bruins believe he is still adjusting to the smaller NHL playing surface after spending the lockout on the far-bigger rinks of the Swiss league.
“I think so,” said coach Claude Julien. “When you’ve got a wider ice surface to work with, you can spread off and take off. You’ve got more ice to work with. And (Swiss) teams, because of the bigger ice surface, may be a little more passive. When you give Tyler the time, he going to make some plays. It’s a little tighter here and a little bit more aggressive. He’s having to make that adjustment."
In watching the Carolina 3rd goal in which I thought Hamilton bailed , I was incorrect . It was Sidenberg who was back there and adjusted to the wrong man on the Kelly ' GAFF '
............. much like mine
Sublime pass from Dougie, that`s all I got
it was appropriate that 46 got the GWG. He had a monster game. Sure would have loved a 2nd shorty out there between all the chances that Pevs and Kelly got.
Khudo did a stellar job between the pipes (other than a couple of brain farts that are totally forgiveable). I heard last night on the wireless that CJ wants to ideally split the workload as 30 games Tuuk and 18 games Khudo. That's a good plan to shoot for and 35's performance last night gives CJ the confidence to implement it with no 2nd thoughts.
can't remember the last time Bergeron looked that pissed off.
Savard hit maybe?
No, after "The Bite".
derp. How could i forget
If that line is not producing offense off of transition, then they're not producing offense. They have not been great in the O-zone when it comes to creating sustained pressure. The Krejci line is going good right now, but there might come a time when Claude has to put one of those big bodies (Horton or Lucic) on the wing with Bergy and move either Seguin or Marchand alongside Krejci.
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