Boston Bruins Training Camp 2019

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  1. BigGoalBrad

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    I know the third line was good last playoffs with 3 second line type guys but I kind of like the idea of 2 loaded scoring lines and 2 gritty sandpaper checking lines. Especially in the postseason even though I know everyone wants balanced scoring yada yada yada...
     
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    What do you mean... A regular Colton Parayko?
     
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    watched all three prospects games in buffalo.. i agree.. this kid was the best player on the ice.
     
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    Agree on Kuhlman. He is a Bruin. If he surprises with a little more offence he will be quite the find. Tons of character. He will be at his best in big games.
     
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    How was Senyshyn, Steen, Asselin, Andersson, Keyser.
     
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    Why would anyone here not root for him to do well and have a good year?
     
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    Senyshyn had a good day,not as good as Bjork but close
    Steen showed why he's a sneaky dark horse to make the roster
    Asselin,I at first dismissed him as Atlanta fodder,he'll make Providence's opening night roster if he keeps it up
    Andersson was hit or miss,there were drills where it looked easy for him then in others he showed how green he really is,I'd like to see Management treat him like an NCAA player and give him the time without pressure,Moncton will be good for him.
    Keyser like the rest of the goalies looked good and saw lots of rubber
     
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    Gaunce was always a very good goal scorer in Junior. Did it both 5-on-5 and on the PP. Accomplished two-way player even as a teenager. IMO, his vision and soft hands/passing ability was underrated. Always found a seam that you didn't think was there and could thread a pass through the tiniest of lanes.

    For whatever reason, and it happens a lot in hockey: He's done okay at the AHL level, but for whatever reason never translated to the NHL until his 3 games a season ago. I have my own thoughts on it, but hey, new city, new beginning and an opportunity to try and succeed.

    Could be just what he needs or could be a "hey, we gave him a shot and he didn't cost us anything" type of guy. I wouldn't bet against him being the former rather then the latter. It's 50-50 at this point.

    I know the Bruins saw a lot of him back in junior as they had eyes following Malcolm Subban at the same time.
     
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    Yeah, he's all done :laugh:
     
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    Thanks Eric.
    I think for Andersson, it will be in Sweden or Moncton.
     
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    He was very impressive today- I was a fan his draft year so was intrigued when they signed him. He has Central Casting size and skating. So glad to hear you say that about his hands because on the drills he was receiving passes like Velcro on his stick and he dangled well in the drills.

    I would think he gets multiple exhibition games and a solid role as Bergeron and Krejci (hopefully skip most if not all)
     
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    reminds me a bit of Randy Burridge in size and noticeability. He never looks like crap on any drill, pucks always find him so it can't be an accident. Seems like a winner as well.
     
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    How is Clifton looking?

    Do you guys expect him to have a permanent spot on the 3rd pair this season?

    If so what kind of production do you expect from him?

    Thanks
     
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    Is Beecher in camp ?!
     
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    No,he's in College
     
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    I look forward to hear about your camp sleepers
     
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    His dad named him Evander as in Evander Hollyfield so ya , dad steered him that way. When Kane knocked out Cooke,a few days after the fact I heard a clip with his dad explaining the naming of his child.
     
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    And who would they be ?
     
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    Ya that doesn't bod well when your on a PTO.
     
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    The funny thing is that he's so willing but he sucks so bad at it.
     
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    As bad a soupy was he'd have kicked Petrov's ass for sure.
     
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    Care to share it with us ?
     
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    Have to agree, he looks both amazing at times and completely green at the few times I've watched. There might be something there but it looks like a work in progress at this time. With all the depth they have at D those sound like the best options for him .
     
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    There are so many guys I'm rooting for . No way we can fit them all in. We're looking really good for the bottom 6. Your gonna have to earn it. Hopefully there's a top 6 RW among them.
     
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    If he reminds you of the stump pump I’m even more excited. He was the first prospect I ever fell in love with. I remember him scoring in his first game or two after I was done hockey practice I listed to the game on the radio. I was so excited about him.
     
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