Guys You Would *LOVE* To See Leave

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    Guys You Would *LOVE* To See Leave

    Bourque, just don't like him

    Pandolfo, no explanation necessary

    Thornton, I would rather see a Mr. Sluggo who can play a bit better if they have to have one at all.

    Khudo, just because Stanley likes him so much.

     
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    Geoff Ward

     
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    Geoff Ward




    Beat me to it. And, of course, Pandolfo.

     
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    I dont think anyone.  ST sits unless fellow clown is dressed.  He hasnt been doing his job lately however.  

     
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    Geoff Ward



    Forgot about him, move that guy to the top of my list.

     

     
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    I'll go with Ward and Pandolpho, and add Svenake Svennson to the list - he's been the Bruins lead European amateur scout for over 20 years. Not exactly a great track record for his guy.

     
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    I'll go with Ward and Pandolpho, and add Svenake Svennson to the list - he's been the Bruins lead European amateur scout for over 20 years. Not exactly a great track record for his guy.




    How's the weather in the Peg...

     
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    -12, but thankfully I'm in Van. ;)

     
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    I'll go with Ward and Pandolpho, and add Svenake Svennson to the list - he's been the Bruins lead European amateur scout for over 20 years. Not exactly a great track record for his guy.



    Forgot about him, yah, he must have some pictures or something that keeps him in that job.

     
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    -12, but thankfully I'm in Van. ;)




    Lucky you. Here in Regina all the outbound highways were closed yesterday. I was expecting food riots but things were calm.....lol.

     
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    Would'nt love to see anyone leave, but something has to be done about the power play. maybe bring soemone in to fix it and take it off of Wards hands.

     
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    When Oates gets the axe pick him up as a PP specialist.

     
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    Shupe, Thorny has dressed for all but one game this year. Not only doesn't he add value, but he blows away many of the opportunities that Campbell and Paille create. Their suppor for a "good " guy goes against any business objectives known to man. Bourque was allowed far too many games; Pandolfo did his job until the compressed schedule and the increase on toI gassed him. Johnson and McDermid were carried, but did not play enough until injuries hit. That's clear mismanagement. On a separate note, the league, or many of the teams, have caught up with Claude's game plan, and, as we saw last night , are playing "BRUINS" hockey with younger, faster and stronger players. Claude doesn't seem to recognize this, plus some key members of his team are not playing "Bruins" hockey.

     
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    Shupe, Thorny has dressed for all but one game this year. Not only doesn't he add value, but he blows away many of the opportunities that Campbell and Paille create. Their suppor for a "good " guy goes against any business objectives known to man. Bourque was allowed far too many games; Pandolfo did his job until the compressed schedule and the increase on toI gassed him. Johnson and McDermid were carried, but did not play enough until injuries hit. That's clear mismanagement. On a separate note, the league, or many of the teams, have caught up with Claude's game plan, and, as we saw last night , are playing "BRUINS" hockey with younger, faster and stronger players. Claude doesn't seem to recognize this, plus some key members of his team are not playing "Bruins" hockey.



    But you do??? Well geezman, what the heck you doing here blogging! Maybe Stanley will hire you when he gets his management position. You sound... mmmphh hockey knowledgeable! 

     
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    Forgot about him, yah, he must have some pictures or something that keeps him in that job.

     



    Just looking through a list of the picks he's been responsible for and it's downright depressing. In order his best picks are Krejci, Axelsson, and then likely Sobotka and Jurcina (seriously). You can't even give him credit for Samsonov because he was playing in the States when he was drafted.

    He's brought us such legendary Bruins first rounders as Evgeni Ryabchikov, Martin Sameulsson, and Hannu Toivonen, not to mention other early round picks like Mattias Karlin, Peter Nordsrom, Ivan Huml, Vladislav Yevseyev, Masi Marjamaki, Martins Karsums, Peter Kalus, Mikko Lehtonen and Yuri Alexandrov. It's maddening. I have no clue how he still has his job.

     
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    Shupe, Thorny has dressed for all but one game this year. Not only doesn't he add value, but he blows away many of the opportunities that Campbell and Paille create. Their suppor for a "good " guy goes against any business objectives known to man. Bourque was allowed far too many games; Pandolfo did his job until the compressed schedule and the increase on toI gassed him. Johnson and McDermid were carried, but did not play enough until injuries hit. That's clear mismanagement. On a separate note, the league, or many of the teams, have caught up with Claude's game plan, and, as we saw last night , are playing "BRUINS" hockey with younger, faster and stronger players. Claude doesn't seem to recognize this, plus some key members of his team are not playing "Bruins" hockey.



    Bogie.  if ST did his job and forgot the code cr ap he would be welcome.  If used when other teams have their knuckle dragger playing. 

     
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    As much criticism as ST gets, has he really been playing that bad for what he is? For a 4th line enforcer, I think he's had a really good season.

    I wouldn't love to see anyone leave but I would be ok with trading Horton, Caron, or Subban if we're not resigning Horton and if the return is there.

    My bet is either Caron, Spooner or Subban are gone if the Bs make a big/top 6 trade.

     
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    Young goaltending.  Not because I especially dislike any of the guys , but more so because its a position of strength that should be used to fill a position of weakness.

    If Zane Gothberg has trade value, we should look to move him.

    Ditto for Hutchinson.

    Even Subban if the value is there.

    We dont need 6 good young goalie prospects, when our starting NHL goalie is young himself.

     
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    While we are on the subject of ST.  Edwards mentioned that Thornton does a good job of always making sure that the Bruins aren't left shorthanded when he does his dirty work.  I think this is a good point, and one I hadnt considered.

    When ST is making a statement/looking to dance, it almost always winds up in a 4 on 4 as opposed to a short handed situation.

    I dont know if this is because of the respect other goons have for him or because he is a good instigator.  But I thought it was a good point when Edwards made it.

     
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    Pandolfo is absoulutely useless, so is Geoff Wards PP strategy and the worst of it is he changes it when it starts clicking.

    PS. Zane Gothberg has about as much trade value as Trent Whitfield good lord and yes I've seen him play. Bruins most certainly have strength at goaltending in Boston and in the minors.

     
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    Ference, The Skating Chicken, Pandopho

     
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    While we are on the subject of ST.  Edwards mentioned that Thornton does a good job of always making sure that the Bruins aren't left shorthanded when he does his dirty work.  I think this is a good point, and one I hadnt considered.

    When ST is making a statement/looking to dance, it almost always winds up in a 4 on 4 as opposed to a short handed situation.

    I dont know if this is because of the respect other goons have for him or because he is a good instigator.  But I thought it was a good point when Edwards made it.




    It's because he always gets permission before punching someone.

     
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    Ference, Pandolfo

     
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    Forgot about him, yah, he must have some pictures or something that keeps him in that job.

     

     



    Just looking through a list of the picks he's been responsible for and it's downright depressing. In order his best picks are Krejci, Axelsson, and then likely Sobotka and Jurcina (seriously). You can't even give him credit for Samsonov because he was playing in the States when he was drafted.

     

    He's brought us such legendary Bruins first rounders as Evgeni Ryabchikov, Martin Sameulsson, and Hannu Toivonen, not to mention other early round picks like Mattias Karlin, Peter Nordsrom, Ivan Huml, Vladislav Yevseyev, Masi Marjamaki, Martins Karsums, Peter Kalus, Mikko Lehtonen and Yuri Alexandrov. It's maddening. I have no clue how he still has his job.



    I was going to say that he shouldn't get credit for Krejci, Karsums, etc. but I didn't realize they actually picked Krejci before he came to NA and became Giroux's running mate.  Hm. 

     

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