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  • Posted 06/16/2011 09:50:25 EDT

    cause mass suicide in British Columbia and make the Bruins defense imprenetrable.   Chiarelli and Neely should make a play for Bieska.  Bieska was the lone Canuck who played with passion each of the 7 more »

  • Posted 06/14/2011 07:35:13 EDT

    Kaberle played his best game as a member of the Bruins last night.   Kaberle went to the net hard, shot when he had opportunities, played solid defense and did not back away from contact. Well done To more »

  • Posted 05/26/2011 11:58:00 EDT

    Versus has abandoned objectivity and has fully put their support behind Tampa. Last night's Lighting Kumbaya love fest was Heinsonesque.   Strange that Versus is so clearly supporting a team that is j more »

  • Forum Post: The Bruins Are...

    Posted 05/26/2011 08:28:02 EDT

    like a hot chick that teases all night then won't put out.   There is no end to the frustration that this team inflicts on its fans.    I have a severe case of blue pucks this morning.  


    more »

  • Comment on: 'Kaberle’

    Posted 05/15/2011 09:48:02 EDT

    Kaberle is a liability. Reminiscent of Gagne's tenure with the Sox.

    I miss the play of Matt Hunwick; great skater, hard digger and totally unafraid of contact -- the absolute opposite of Kaberle. more »

  • Posted 04/18/2011 02:53:02 EDT

    The difference between the franchises is institutional. The Celtics have an ownership group and GM that has local ties and historic alignment with the team. Excepting Neely, the Bruins off ice leaders more »

  • Posted 04/18/2011 11:07:19 EDT

    Why Claude relegates Paille to role player is a mystery.  Paille skates hard on every shift.   Why is Paille an afterthought?   A line of Paille, Seguin and Peverly would pose matchup challenges for o more »

  • Posted 04/18/2011 10:59:12 EDT

    Horton has suffered from moodiness all season.  We would be lucky if this affliction lasted  for only 48 hours.   more »

  • Posted 04/18/2011 10:56:17 EDT

    While Krejci has been a disappointment, I blame the top line's failures on Horton. It seems this line fires on all cylinders when Horton is in the mood to play. When Nate is in a down mood, Krejci mor more »

  • Posted 04/18/2011 10:51:02 EDT

    The Kaberle move was a career ending mistake.  Kaberle is reckless with the puck and predictable with his shot.   Billed as a puck moving defenseman--he is anything but.  This move alone should dictat more »

  • Posted 04/18/2011 10:42:00 EDT

    Tuukka should have been inserted in period three of game 2.   If Chara is not cleared to play tonight, even more reason to put Tuukka in.   Thomas's rebounds can be managed by the likes of Chara, less more »

  • Posted 04/18/2011 10:37:52 EDT

    From ownership to on-ice captaincy there is a severe deficit of leadership in the Bruins organization. Absentee ownership, indecisive management staff, a coach that would prefer NJ or Montreal to his more »

  • Posted 04/17/2011 02:32:23 EDT

    Weak article though I suppose the kid glove treatment of Chara will guarantee the hack immediate access to the impotent giant. more »

  • Posted 04/17/2011 02:25:05 EDT

    Call a spade a spade. The Bruins are losing to a more disciplined, more determined and superiorly coached team. The Bruins 'leadership' is nothing of the sort. Absentee ownership, a coach whose dream more »

  • Posted 04/17/2011 10:03:18 EDT

    After Chara's game 1 comments ('we played well') and his game 2 absence, I sure hope the Canadian authorities lock up the littlest big man in hockey. A treasonous villain, Chara is no leader and a dis more »

  • Posted 04/17/2011 09:56:53 EDT

    The Bruins would benefit from having Satan on their side. The absence of The Evil One in favor of the moody Horton and the cement sticked Lucic is uneven. There is zero urgency from this team and the more »

  • Posted 04/10/2011 08:56:02 EDT

    Last year's failure and this year's slow start -- which will grow into another failure -- is attributed to Epstein's insistence on approaching baseball management exclusively via the use of actuarial more »

  • Posted 01/24/2011 08:05:30 EST

    As long as the Jets have pouter LT and the full bodied sphincter Cromartie on the payroll the Jets will never win. The Jets are the new Chargers. A competitive yet temporary annoyance. The Patriots wi more »

  • Posted 01/23/2011 07:06:44 EST

    Dan, I agree with your logic, however, the Krafts need no additional motivation other than last weeks disaster. The Jets will not win today. Today is the day when LT sulks and Cromartie gets distracte more »

  • Posted 11/07/2010 08:10:25 EST

    If there was a good game to lose, this game was it. A wake up call like the one today will serve the 2010 Patriots well. The humiliation of today will make the Pats preparation for the Steelers and Co more »

  • Comment on: 'Favre’

    Posted 10/31/2010 10:09:08 EDT

    The best part of the Favre saga will be the post script. Long after the NFL fixers are done with the Favre pornography -- to the strains of Wagner -- the truth of Favre the sociopath will emerge. Bet more »

  • Posted 10/17/2010 10:08:09 EDT

    Woodhead is a football player PERIOD. The media's obsession with size raises disturbing questions. more »

  • Posted 10/17/2010 09:01:21 EDT

    Strange times indeed. The Bruins do MANY positive things in the offseason, and score four goals against a team known for defense. While the Red Sox curiously purchase an English soccer team and the Pa more »

  • Posted 10/16/2010 12:01:30 EDT

    53Job, you raise a good point -- I must be the target demographic for this film. In like manner, as you've taken the time to read (at a minimum) the comments related to the films review, you show an i more »

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