Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, Sep 13, 2018.
Miller had that freak throat injury that would have put anyone out.
I agree the argument was McQuaid was injury prone and Miller wasn’t
Yup. But anyway...
I don’t think Miller’s partner is the best fit for him, right now. They don’t seem to have good chemistry. Miller is a better player than he’s showing right now.
Disagree on McQuaid being excellent
The nice thing here is, Sweeney should be able to move Kampfer towards the deadline, I'm sure for nothing more than a 5th round pick or later but its an asset.
Don't think he moves anyone that's expiring, he'd rather have the depth and let them walk July 1
I guess you don't watch the Rags very often? He's got 7 SOG in 24 games. His shot differential at even strengh is -109, 41% CF% and -6% Relative. He doesn't make glaring mistakes but he's not good he does not push or drive play. The other team goes to work in the offensive zone when he's on the ice.
Kampfer is the type of player the Bruins have been known to trade for at the deadline. Not trade away.
If Kampfer is placed on waivers, i doubt anybody claims him.
I think he'd definitely get claimed. He actually played pretty decent when he was in the line-up. Right-shot experienced NHL D-man, 200 NHL games under his belt, most teams are looking for depth on D during this time of year. I think your underrating the value NHL GMs place on D-men that have proven they can at the very least play in the NHL and not look completely out of place.
This year though, I feel Kampfer is expandable to the Bruins, he is their 8th NHL defenseman right now and with Vaak,Lauzon and Clifton all proving their very capable of playing NHL minutes, it wouldn't surprise if Sweeney deals him, but you maybe right as we all know come playoff time it always seems that you never seem too have enough defenseman.
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