Horton the friendly Ghost

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    Horton the friendly Ghost

    amazing how inconsistent he can be, i dont think i heard Jack call his name once last night,

     
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    He stared the series well but he's doing a bad job of audtioning his talents for a new contract at this point.

     
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    exactly, he was great in game 4 and since then .....nothing

     
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    No no no. You're thinking of Steve Kasper. The friendly Bruin.

     
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    He's a Game 7 hero.  Let's wait until tonight's game is over before passing judgement.  He scores big goals.

     
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    In response to hangnail's comment:

    He's a Game 7 hero.  Let's wait until tonight's game is over before passing judgement.  He scores big goals.



    Yeah, he absolutely scores big goals and he's still absolutely out playing Jagr and Seguin. Good or bad,he's been the team's best RW for the entire series with Lucic being the best winger overall. 

     
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    He does score big goals, but not consistently.

     
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    Last night I called his name out, SHOOT THE PUCK HORTON , therefore he's not a ghost or was I watching the 6th Sesne ?!?  

    He had 2 chances and he decided to pass.   Tonight it's clutch time, he shoots.

     

     
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    Shoot the puck EVERYONE! And follow your shot! Reimer is a rebound machine!

     

    Also, more one-timers. With most chances lately, there seems to be this nano-second delay that each Bruin is taking, nudging the puck into the sweet-spot of their stick blade. It is giving Reimer the same amount of time to square up. it is making this guy look like George Vezina.

     
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    In response to BsLegion's comment:

    Last night I called his name out, SHOOT THE PUCK HORTON , therefore he's not a ghost or was I watching the 6th Sesne ?!?  

    He had 2 chances and he decided to pass.   Tonight it's clutch time, he shoots.

     



    He SCORES!!!!!!!!!!!

     
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    In response to bogie6's comment:

    He does score big goals, but not consistently.



    Bogie, he's played in 27 playoff games and he has 11 goals and 23 points. 5 of his goals were game winners. That sounds fairly consistent to me.

     
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    He can put the puck in the net when the puck accidentally lands on his stick or someone gives him a sweet feed.

     
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    In response to mattbs' comment:

    He can put the puck in the net when the puck accidentally lands on his stick or someone gives him a sweet feed.



    Isn't that how most goals are scored ? Not everyone is Bobby Orr.

     
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    In response to mattbs' comment:

    He can put the puck in the net when the puck accidentally lands on his stick or someone gives him a sweet feed.



    Yeah, he's made a career of accidentally scoring huge goals.

     
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    He can put the puck in the net when the puck accidentally lands on his stick or someone gives him a sweet feed.

     



    Yeah, he's made a career of accidentally scoring huge goals.

     



    Dez, it looks like Horton is an accident waiting to happen.

     
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    In response to 50belowzero's comment:

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    He can put the puck in the net when the puck accidentally lands on his stick or someone gives him a sweet feed.

     



    Yeah, he's made a career of accidentally scoring huge goals.

     

     



    Dez, it looks like Horton is an accident waiting to happen.

     



    Agreed 50. Some people are really into the what have you done for me lately mindset 

     
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    Dez, you are right, but the stats are not for this current year and/or post concussion. Horton is not the player he was. Nor is Jagr; Nor is Chara; Seidenberg; Lucic; just some of the reasons the Bruins are failing. 7th game success relies on optimal performance by all, and only Reimer and Rask seem to be meeting that bar.

     
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    In response to bogie6's comment:

    Dez, you are right, but the stats are not for this current year and/or post concussion. Horton is not the player he was. Nor is Jagr; Nor is Chara; Seidenberg; Lucic; just some of the reasons the Bruins are failing. 7th game success relies on optimal performance by all, and only Reimer and Rask seem to be meeting that bar.




    Bogie, he's got 3 goals and 3 assists in 6 games this year. 2 of his 3 goals are game winners.

     

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