Trade looks better every day

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    Trade looks better every day

    LE is 3rd in points per game and RS is 4th.

     
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    i think that's it in a nut shell. bruins get scoring depth as opposed to one talented player. 

     
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    If that second line starts producing night in and night out this team will be tough to beat. 

     

     

     
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    I continue to like this trade...

     
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

    You have to wonder if it's related to that hip issue that we BEAT TO DEATH in 2010.

    And, on top of that, Hall was wearing a Red Sox hat, so that tell you everything.

     
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

    You have to wonder if it's related to that hip issue that we BEAT TO DEATH in 2010.

    And, on top of that, Hall was wearing a Red Sox hat, so that tell you everything.

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    Ruff kept him out of practice for the last 2 days but he's supposed to be ready to face Chicago tonight.

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

    You have to wonder if it's related to that hip issue that we BEAT TO DEATH in 2010.

    And, on top of that, Hall was wearing a Red Sox hat, so that tell you everything.

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    Its called "drinkers elbow" i believe.

     
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    If that second line starts producing night in and night out this team will be tough to beat. 

     

     

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    They're already tough to beat

     
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    One other aspect of Loui's game is his ability during a shorthanded situation. Man, did he do some nice work paired with Soupy out there today on the penalty kill. 

     
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    In response to hangnail's comment:
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    If that second line starts producing night in and night out this team will be tough to beat. 

     

     

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    They're already tough to beat

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    So true.

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

    You have to wonder if it's related to that hip issue that we BEAT TO DEATH in 2010.

    And, on top of that, Hall was wearing a Red Sox hat, so that tell you everything.

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    Not the hip, I believe the doctors are calling it a 'heart strain'.  Supposed to get worse in late spring...

     
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    Not the hip, I believe the doctors are calling it a 'heart strain'.  Supposed to get worse in late spring...

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    hmmmm...I assumed they were referring to a party-related issue involving a muscle below the equator

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

    You have to wonder if it's related to that hip issue that we BEAT TO DEATH in 2010.

    And, on top of that, Hall was wearing a Red Sox hat, so that tell you everything.

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    Bobby Orr is Hall's agent . So that also tells me something about the hall and seguin situation. I still think if boston could of gotten Hall before Seguin in the draft, then Hall would still be a Bruin today and popping in goals on the first line with looch and krejci.

     
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

    You have to wonder if it's related to that hip issue that we BEAT TO DEATH in 2010.

    And, on top of that, Hall was wearing a Red Sox hat, so that tell you everything.

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    Its called "drinkers elbow" i believe.

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    Definetly not tennis elbow LOL

     
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    In response to Not-A-Shot's comment:
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

    You have to wonder if it's related to that hip issue that we BEAT TO DEATH in 2010.

    And, on top of that, Hall was wearing a Red Sox hat, so that tell you everything.

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    Bobby Orr is Hall's agent . So that also tells me something about the hall and seguin situation. I still think if boston could of gotten Hall before Seguin in the draft, then Hall would still be a Bruin today and popping in goals on the first line with looch and krejci.

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    I don't think the agents for either player have much to do with anything.

     
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

    You have to wonder if it's related to that hip issue that we BEAT TO DEATH in 2010.

    And, on top of that, Hall was wearing a Red Sox hat, so that tell you everything.

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    Forever jealous that you didn't observe the BoSox hat and I did.

    I hate you.

     
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    Add to the above info that Seguin is hurting with a "muscle issue", and it's even better. 

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    Its called "drinkers elbow" i believe. [/QUOTE]


    Huh....so that's why my Irish Gradnfather iced his elbow while he pounded beer too Sox games. Probably saved him a few trips too the doctor as well.

    Good stuff right there.

     
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    So far, Reilly Smith has been the better of the two major pieces in the trade for Boston.

    Out of all Boston players with more than 5 games played, Smith and Soderberg have the best production, at 20:58 and 22:45, respectively. The next closest is Lucic at 24:59. Those two both get about 13:40 of ice time per game.

    Loui has been solid in winning puck battles and maintaining possession. While his point totals aren't great, neither are his linemates. Marchand has been a turnover machine this year, and Bergeron just hasn't created nearly as much as he usually does. I think that line is only going to improve as the year goes on, though.

     
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    In response to TheGuyWithDaThing's comment:
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    So far, Reilly Smith has been the better of the two major pieces in the trade for Boston.

    Out of all Boston players with more than 5 games played, Smith and Soderberg have the best production, at 20:58 and 22:45, respectively. The next closest is Lucic at 24:59. Those two both get about 13:40 of ice time per game.

    Loui has been solid in winning puck battles and maintaining possession. While his point totals aren't great, neither are his linemates. Marchand has been a turnover machine this year, and Bergeron just hasn't created nearly as much as he usually does. I think that line is only going to improve as the year goes on, though.

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    where are you getting those numbers? they aren't accurate.  

     
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    oh i think i get what you're saying. that's minutes per point produced?

     
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    oh i think i get what you're saying. that's minutes per point produced?

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    Haha yeah, I'm not saying time on ice. I just think that the "Production" stat is more accurate than points, points per game, or anything like that. Time on ice and taking linemates into account should be heavily considered when talking about how much someone is producing.

     
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    In response to TheGuyWithDaThing's comment:
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    So far, Reilly Smith has been the better of the two major pieces in the trade for Boston.

    Out of all Boston players with more than 5 games played, Smith and Soderberg have the best production, at 20:58 and 22:45, respectively. The next closest is Lucic at 24:59. Those two both get about 13:40 of ice time per game.

    Loui has been solid in winning puck battles and maintaining possession. While his point totals aren't great, neither are his linemates. Marchand has been a turnover machine this year, and Bergeron just hasn't created nearly as much as he usually does. I think that line is only going to improve as the year goes on, though.

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    Eriksson got knocked silly after eight games or so and had to deal with that BS along with new linemates BS.  Chemistry, usually, isn't instant.  Eriksson is a better hockey player than Smith in every facet of the game.

    When that line gets going, he's going to be smokin'.

     
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    In response to TheGuyWithDaThing's comment:
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    So far, Reilly Smith has been the better of the two major pieces in the trade for Boston.

    Out of all Boston players with more than 5 games played, Smith and Soderberg have the best production, at 20:58 and 22:45, respectively. The next closest is Lucic at 24:59. Those two both get about 13:40 of ice time per game.

    Loui has been solid in winning puck battles and maintaining possession. While his point totals aren't great, neither are his linemates. Marchand has been a turnover machine this year, and Bergeron just hasn't created nearly as much as he usually does. I think that line is only going to improve as the year goes on, though.

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    Eriksson got knocked silly after eight games or so and had to deal with that BS along with new linemates BS.  Chemistry, usually, isn't instant.  Eriksson is a better hockey player than Smith in every facet of the game.

    When that line gets going, he's going to be smokin'.

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    Yup. You almost have to give him some freebies for his first few games back after taking that elbow from that Ogre. I think most of the criticism from people on here stems from people liking "flash", which he doesn't have much of.

    But like I said when comparing them...."so far". Smith has played incredible hockey, and probably better than what he is going to produce moving forward. But "so far", he has been an animal.

    If the rat can find his game, I think the 2nd line will produce a better season than they have in any of the past 3 years (on paper).

     
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    Yes it does. In fact the Bruins now have more depth than ever before, and Providence seems to be improving as they play more together. The depth on defense for the bruins is showing up as Seids and Mcq have been able to heal and return without missing a beat, and, it may be wishful thinking, but Boychuck's game seems to be better lately. It has to be tough to sit Bartkowski, but both Krug and Hamilton have the upside in potential scoring. As those who had seen him stated, Eriksson is slick with the puck, still having some misses with both Bergie and Marchand, but they are improving their results. Iginla plays a strong game, but is still mishandling the puck, although his positioning during his shifts is better than most.

     
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    So far, Reilly Smith has been the better of the two major pieces in the trade for Boston.

    Out of all Boston players with more than 5 games played, Smith and Soderberg have the best production, at 20:58 and 22:45, respectively. The next closest is Lucic at 24:59. Those two both get about 13:40 of ice time per game.

    Loui has been solid in winning puck battles and maintaining possession. While his point totals aren't great, neither are his linemates. Marchand has been a turnover machine this year, and Bergeron just hasn't created nearly as much as he usually does. I think that line is only going to improve as the year goes on, though.

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    Eriksson got knocked silly after eight games or so and had to deal with that BS along with new linemates BS.  Chemistry, usually, isn't instant.  Eriksson is a better hockey player than Smith in every facet of the game.

    When that line gets going, he's going to be smokin'.

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    Yup. You almost have to give him some freebies for his first few games back after taking that elbow from that Ogre. I think most of the criticism from people on here stems from people liking "flash", which he doesn't have much of.

    But like I said when comparing them...."so far". Smith has played incredible hockey, and probably better than what he is going to produce moving forward. But "so far", he has been an animal.

    If the rat can find his game, I think the 2nd line will produce a better season than they have in any of the past 3 years (on paper).

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    Ogre!!!!!!!! I like it. LOL

     

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