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    From KDP's Sunday notes:

    "OK, you’ve heard it here before, but 26-year-old Swedish pivot Carl Soderberg is hinting yet again that he might like to come to Boston’s training camp in September. He moved up to Linkoping in the Swedish Elite League for the start of this season, and was at 13-18-31 through 40 games, second in team scoring. According to Chiarelli, the Bruins would welcome him in camp, but the GM is cautious about setting his September depth chart just yet. Soderberg, 6-3 and 200 pounds, was acquired from the Blues for goalie Hannu Toivonen in July 2007 and thus far has balked at all opportunities to come over here."
     
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    Good find jalvis.  Encouraging, but Soderberg would still have to beat out Bigfoot and the Easter Bunny at camp to get on the roster...
     
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    Entry #2.... from TSN's notes at the end of the recap of yesterdays game....

    http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=389400

    MacDonald said after the game that Lucic grabbed his chin strap in a scrum and "threw it in the stands." Moulson was laughing in the background when he heard him tell the story.

    Typical Looch!  Love it. 
     
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    [QUOTE]From KDP's Sunday notes: "OK, you’ve heard it here before, but 26-year-old Swedish pivot Carl Soderberg is hinting yet again that he might like to come to Boston’s training camp in September. He moved up to Linkoping in the Swedish Elite League for the start of this season, and was at 13-18-31 through 40 games, second in team scoring. According to Chiarelli, the Bruins would welcome him in camp, but the GM is cautious about setting his September depth chart just yet. Soderberg, 6-3 and 200 pounds, was acquired from the Blues for goalie Hannu Toivonen in July 2007 and thus far has balked at all opportunities to come over here."
    Posted by jalvis[/QUOTE]
    Jalvis, if he finally decides to test himself against the world's best players then great. If not then, well, here we are.
     
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    [QUOTE]Entry #2.... from TSN's notes at the end of the recap of yesterdays game.... http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=389400 MacDonald said after the game that Lucic grabbed his chin strap in a scrum and "threw it in the stands." Moulson was laughing in the background when he heard him tell the story. Typical Looch!  Love it. 
    Posted by scooter244[/QUOTE]

    Actually.....I remember seeing that but didn't know what it was the Looch threw.
     
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    [QUOTE]Good find jalvis.  Encouraging, but Soderberg would still have to beat out Bigfoot and the Easter Bunny at camp to get on the roster...
    Posted by Fletcher1[/QUOTE]

    Big(slew)foot?  And the Easter Bunny?  Is that Wacy Rabbit?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: And for today's comedic entry..... : Big(slew)foot?  And the Easter Bunny?  Is that Wacy Rabbit?
    Posted by jalvis[/QUOTE]
    As it stands, Wacy has a better chance of being in Boston than Soderberg. You would think a chance to play for the Cup champs would've been enough to get him over here. Unlike most pros, he must not have the drive to be the best.
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: And for today's comedic entry..... : As it stands, Wacy has a better chance of being in Boston than Soderberg. You would think a chance to play for the Cup champs would've been enough to get him over here. Unlike most pros, he must not have the drive to be the best.
    Posted by dezaruchi[/QUOTE]

    That's what I always think about this guy.  Think about the sacrifices that European players have made over the years to get to the NHL.  If this guy isn't willing to ride the buses of the AHL for a little while for the opportunity to play with the world's best players, he really might not have the mental drive to be a useful player anyhow.  The least he could do is show up for a camp and see how he fares there.   
     
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    Carl just now at 26 or 27 is getting to the Swedish Elite leagues best division. Now Chiarelli expects the Yetiberg is going to ride the bus in the AHL ?

    Yah I'll go with the Easter Bunny or the Tooth Fairy making the Bruins next fall as well.
     
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    Too bad the trade deadline passed because PC probably could have got the Easter Bunny for Corvo.  Missed opportunity.
     
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    [QUOTE]Entry #2.... from TSN's notes at the end of the recap of yesterdays game.... http://www.tsn.ca/nhl/story/?id=389400 MacDonald said after the game that Lucic grabbed his chin strap in a scrum and "threw it in the stands." Moulson was laughing in the background when he heard him tell the story. Typical Looch!  Love it. 
    Posted by scooter244[/QUOTE]

    This was actually clear on the broadcast -- the camera was on Lucic when he threw the strap into the crowd.  I was actually thinking that he could easily have gotten a miscondct for that.  Glad he didn't.

    I have a vague memory of Derek Sanderson throwing someone's jersey into the crowd after a fight...anyone recall that...?
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: And for today's comedic entry..... : This was actually clear on the broadcast -- the camera was on Lucic when he threw the strap into the crowd.  I was actually thinking that he could easily have gotten a miscondct for that.  Glad he didn't. I have a vague memory of Derek Sanderson throwing someone's jersey into the crowd after a fight...anyone recall that...?
    Posted by Fletcher1[/QUOTE]

    27 seconds in.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kNc5EB-WgA
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: And for today's comedic entry..... : This was actually clear on the broadcast -- the camera was on Lucic when he threw the strap into the crowd.  I was actually thinking that he could easily have gotten a miscondct for that.  Glad he didn't. I have a vague memory of Derek Sanderson throwing someone's jersey into the crowd after a fight...anyone recall that...?
    Posted by Fletcher1[/QUOTE]

    Found the fight. It was Ray McKay's jersey from the Blackhawks in 1969. Ray McKay. I remember seeing him play in a semi-pro league many moons ago. The team he played for was of "Slap Shot" caliber.

    http://www.hockeyfights.com/fights/70397
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: And for today's comedic entry..... : This was actually clear on the broadcast -- the camera was on Lucic when he threw the strap into the crowd.  I was actually thinking that he could easily have gotten a miscondct for that.  Glad he didn't. I have a vague memory of Derek Sanderson throwing someone's jersey into the crowd after a fight...anyone recall that...?
    Posted by Fletcher1[/QUOTE]

    I was thinking the same thing Fletcher1...I cringe everytime I see Milan do something like that which may cost us a penalty at the worse time.

    I really like Lucic and his play on the edge, but I think he is easy to push over that edge and could use something to temper his anger.

    He definitely likes to react to after the play chippiness and other teams know this.
     

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