New lines… Finally


Finally Claude Julien has decided to move struggling wingers Blake Wheeler and Michael Ryder off of David Krejci’s wing. It’s been apparent that the chemistry has not been there all season long. Krejci has been the Bruins best offensive player so hopefully playing him with Sturm and Satan can help produce some much-needed offense.


112 Responses to New lines… Finally

  1. mook says:

    i’d switch ryder to the 3rd line and put marchand on the 4th.

  2. Whopperfoo says:

    YESSSSSS – love the new lines, hopefully things really light up. That front line has the potential to not only score a ton but also grind the crap out of other teams top lines.

  3. Birdman2403 says:

    And for the last move…Ryder and his 4 million to the booth with Jack and Brick !! About time !

  4. Peter says:

    Switch the lines all you want nothing will change. Blake Wheelers confidence is zero. when he has the puck he doesnt know what to do and its like a hand grenade when he passes, he just wants to get rid of it.
    Micheal Ryder and Marco Sturm have to start being visible and showing up to play. These two guys are have no energy and look like they dont give a shit. I feel sorry for Krejci he’s trying his guts out and no one to help him.

    Is it just me or does anyone else notice how terrible Sturm is?

    • bruins4eva says:

      its not that he is terrible…he is gettin a ton of chances…and cant seem to finish…now if u look at ryder his only real chance to score was that game against new jersey…

    • BearsBB says:

      that two on one shorthanded made me sick, when wheeler tried to make a play when it worked in college and we didn’t even end up with a shot on net….

    • mcpuck says:

      Sturm may not be putting the puck in the net, but you can’t deny that he hasn’t been putting in an effort, especially on defense. I’ve seen his number 16 pinching deep to help his D-men more and more lately, and I have to give him credit. He may not be scoring, but at least he’s trying to help the team… Ryder? Not so much. He shows up on 30% of his shifts… sometimes he looks awesome, and then… poof he disappears.

  5. Birdman2403 says:

    Well unfortunately….if you are supposed to be a goal scorer, finishing is a must ! We have NO GOAL SCORERS !

  6. bruinsfanupnorth says:

    i like it.

  7. Richardo says:

    Yeah, I would have Ryder and Wheeler fight over the final spot on the fourth line…

  8. Andy says:

    How come no one talks about Sturm? He has ONE assist in his last 11 games!!! I think that certainly qualfies for a NTC and 3.5 mil! Personally, this would be mine :


    A couple thoughts from last night :

    – I think everyone is starting to realize how brutal this team is about getting shots on net. 32 blocks? Give me a fucking break! Granted, some of those are bad luck, but how can guys – especially the D – have their heads up and STILL fire it into a guy’s pads over and over again?!

    – I know it’s the 4th line, but Begin is HORRENDOUS offensively! All he does it throw the puck at the net. Can we bring PJ or Yelle back? Not that they had great offensive prowess, but certainly better than Begin!

    – At this point, honestly, I am rooting more for TOR to finish in the next to last spot, so we can secure ourselves either Hall or Seguin, than I am for the B’s to make the playoffs. If given the choice, I’d probably want the #2 pick more than the playoffs. Sure the playoffs give you a CHANCE, but I think we would have the same chance aganist the Caps as Montreal did last yr aganist us! I find myself watching more of the TOR, NYI, TB, & FLA games on Center Ice. Even though it was bad for the B’s, the FLA win put them still 3 pts and 2 more wins up on TOR, who has 4 games left. Of course I want the B’s to win (in regulation) tomorrow, but at this point, it’s more abou a TOR loss than it is about a B’s win..

    • Andy says:

      I started writing this this morning, so obviously you guys have brought up Sturm since then..

    • Bruins says:

      mcpuck did some research about shot on net to shots attempted and the Bruins were surprisingly efficient. I think he said that it didn’t take into account blocked shots though.

      Last night obviously wasn’t the best example lol.

      • mcpuck says:

        you can’t really take blocked shots into account, mostly because the effort the defense puts forth when trying to block shots differs from team to team, and since everyones schedules are so different, it really doesn’t matter.

        The fact does remain that lately we’ve been taking low percentage shots. Remember early in the season when Edwards and Brick trashed Carolina about how they take 40 bad shots a game? That’s us right now.

    • BearsBB says:

      seriously though i would take 5 sturm’s over one wheeler…wheeler thinks he’s hot shit, and gets knock off the puck on a simple push…at least sturm plays out every shift.

  9. #4 says:

    Ive been saying he should change the lines for a while good move. Bergeron+Lucic with the way lou been playing lately should be a nice combo.Then if only Krejci had someone to play with Satan has the skill to click with him though so I agree with that decision too. Hopefully the 2 of them can find sturm breaking on the wing 10X a game and he can score 1 of them…..

    Overall good moves I think, really interested to see if that Wheeler, Sob, Marchand line clicks or not has the potential to be good i think.

  10. d-dawg says:

    On a side note, Sauve scores five minutes in from Colborne, in their first AHL game!

    • Bruins says:

      gotta love it

    • bruinsfanupnorth says:

      was wondering how they were going to do. colborne sounds like he is the real deal. I am also interested to see how that defencemen they got from anaheim is. They say he plays with an edge. We need more that stuart and boychuk playing that way.

      • joe says:

        I was at the P-Bruins game tonight, Colborne was moving the puck very efficiently but he took a stupid penalty with a little over a minute to play. Sauve was quick both on his skates and with his shots, and the defense man you were referring to is Steve Kampher and he played a very physical game and was great on the PK.

      • bruinsfanupnorth says:

        thanks joe i see that sauve and colborne ended up with two points each. good to see.

    • ennis22 says:

      sauve finishes with 2 goals both assisted by colborne. pretty good first impression.

      • Bruins says:

        I’m so pumped about this. I know it’s one game, but these guys should be studs in the future.

  11. cody says:

    ryder on the third sobotka on the 4th with begin and paille thornton can have a seat..

  12. Bruins says:

    Tampa got smoked but things are still decent for the 2nd pick. Not all combos, but most of them:

    Toronto with a 4-0 finish (Top 8 Pick clinched with lottery included):

    Columbus: 2 points in 4 games
    Carolina: 3 points in 4 games
    NYI: 5 points in 5 games (1 win)
    Florida: 5 points in 5 games (2 wins)
    Tampa: 6 points in 4 games

    Toronto goes 3-0-1 (Top 8 pick clinched including lottery):

    Columbus: 1 point in 4 games
    Carolina: 2 points in 4 games
    NYI: 4 points in 5 games
    Florida: 4 points in 5 games (1 win)
    Tampa: 4 points in 4 games (2 wins)

    Toronto goes 3-1 or(Top 7 pick clinched with lottery included)

    Carolina: 1 point in 4 games
    NYI: 3 points in 5 games
    Florida: 3 points in 5 games (1 win)
    Tampa: 4 points in 4 games

    Toronto goes 2-2 (Top 6 pick clinched with lottery included)

    NYI: 1 point in 5 games
    Florida: 1 point in 5 games
    Tampa: 2 points in 4 games

    Toronto goes 1-2-1(Top 3 pick clinched including lottery).

  13. Habhater says:

    Biggest game of the year for the Bruins today against the Leafs. If the NYR win in Florida and the Bruins lose in regulation, the Bruins will be 9th and on the outside lookng in with only 4 games to play. Those 4 games include WAS twice, the Sabres and the Hurricanes. Not an easy sked by no stretch of the imagination. IMHO the Bruins must get 1 point at least against the Leafs.

  14. Birdman2403 says:

    This is going to be a battle tonight! The Leafs are the spoiler kings. They want to screw up Boston’s play-off and draft selection with 1 win !

    The B’s have to be ready and the ho-hum ( Sturm, Wheeler, Ryder, Wideman) usual performance will not cut it!

    If everyone comes to play tonight 5-2 Boston….if not 4-2 Leafs !

  15. Bruins says:

    Ference and Stuart both out tonight, but Bodarchuk has been called up. I’m really excited to see what he can do. He looks like the real deal.

  16. Birdman2403 says:

    Who cares about Ference…but what’s wrong with Stuart ?? Not good to lose him…


      stuart has played average last couple of games…. well i guess anyone would look bad or average when paired up with wideman.

  17. mcpuck says:

    Don’t forget that the Rangers and Flyers play a home and home at the end of the season…

  18. brudawg fan says:

    What would everyone rather if we could guarantee: the bruins make playoffs or Toronto finishes 29th?

    For the first time in my life I may be cheering for the snakerats (montreal)next saturday vs the leafs. it’s making me ill this prospect.

    • #4 says:

      Id rather Toronto finish 29th but I want both. So the B’s better show up tonight and anyone who doesnt bring it first shift should sit on the bench for the period.(Wideman,Ryder in particular)

      Biggest game of the freaking year ill be playing NHL10 and drinking till gametime then have the booze flowin all night. Lets go B’s they can fucking anihlate those maple queefs if they bring thier A game early.


    i like hunwick’s play the last couple of weeks.

  20. Birdman2403 says:

    Pens got a crappy OT goal….so Atlanta only 1 point ! Let’s go Buffalo !

  21. backbruin says:

    That home and home with the rangers and Philly may be just what the doctor ordered.

    That helps us immensely and with just two wins we should be ok!!

    but let’s get 3-4 to make it a no brainer and get 6Th!]

    big fkn game boys!!!

  22. Bruins says:

    I fucking love the Islanders right now. What a huge win.

    • Pearson says:

      Man i live in shoreline ct, but correct me if im wrong, the islanders are everyones favorite 2nd team? The whale’s owner broke my heart and i sorta always loved that loveable loser that SOMETiMES plats hard for the few fans they have. NYI are a respectable bunch of guys that have the abilty to make noise if they put money players in and around tavares……?

  23. G cole says:

    how’s that sound?

  24. G cole says:

    Wideman might be hurt! YES! Finally it’s him instead of another top guy…

  25. Cartman says:

    1-0 Leafs after 1. Another piss poor effort by the Bruins forwards. No sense of urgency, no net drive and no energy by anyone except Bergeron & Krecji. If the Bruins do not get the next goal, the season is done!!

  26. backbruin says:


  27. backbruin says:



  28. Peter says:

    The Bruins forwards got no guts. These guys overall are pussy’s. No cycling, No aggresive forecheck,no drive and no effort. This team doesnt deserve to make the playoffs lets be honest. The only way they make it is because the other teams are as shitty as them. I do not see them winning another game the rest of the year and they are playing that with this attitude.
    “ITS OVER”.

  29. ELWOPPO says:

    thiers still a chance?
    Also Florida is winning 1-0 over the Rangers.
    Hopefully they can hold on to win!!!

  30. Cartman says:

    The period of the year coming up. IMHO the Bruins playoff hopes and aspirations hinge on the next 20 mins.

  31. Froggy says:

    NYR ties the score with Florida early in the 3rd. It is now a must period for the B’s or its ‘see ya next year’.

  32. backbruin says:

    yaaaaaaaaaaaa…that a bot satan!

  33. backbruin says:

    big win boys!!!

  34. Birdman2403 says:

    The only shitty thing about this all is Toronto plays Philly, Habs and NYR to finish. We need Toronto to win and lose…hmmmmmm

  35. Bruins says:

    Rask and the defence played awesome tonight, even Wideman and Hunwick, despite being down 3 regulars. The offence is what it is, but with our defense/goaltending going like that, we have a chance in every game. Great win!

  36. ELWOPPO says:

    FUCK THE LEAFS! THOSE COCKSUCKERS ARE TRYING SOOOOOOO HARD TO SCREW US FOR OUR PLAYOFF RUN AND OUR DRAFT PICK!! LOOKS GOOD ON THEM! Big win 2nite and Hopefully the Leafs are Done for the year! We gotta keep the faith againts Washington on Mon though!

  37. Bruins says:

    The best single-season save percentages in NHL history(stats started in 1983):

    1. Dominik Hasek ’99 – .937 (34 years old)
    2. Dwayne Roloson ’04 – .933 (34 years old)
    3. Miikka Kiprusoff ’04 – .933 (27 years old)
    4. Tim Thomas ’09 – .933 (34 years old)
    5. Marty Turco ’03 – .932 (27 years old)
    6. Dominik Hasek ’98 – .932 (33 years old)
    7. Jose Theodore ’02 – .931 (25 years old)
    8. Tuukka Rask ’10 – .931 (22 years old)
    9. Roberto Luongo ’04 – .931 (24 years old)
    10. Dominik Hasek ’95 – .930 (30 years old)

    ’04 was a ridiculous year for goalie save percentages as it was the epitomy of the clutch and grab era. The dead puck era was supposed to have started in New Jersey’s 1994-95 cup-winning season, and went until 2003-04. That means that the only two goalies at the top that didn’t earn their stats in the dead puck era are Bruins.

    The next closest rookie save % performance is Raycroft at .926. The next closest goalie that is younger than Rask on the list is Roberto Luongo at 67th, who put up a .920 save % as a 21 year old.

  38. Bruins says:

    I know it’s too early to really be thinking about how Rask’s career will turn out, but I think we’re going to be witnessing something very special. And by that I mean he has a good chance to go down as one of the best to ever play the game. He’s got that potential.

    Yeah I know we’ve seen guys come in hot and then fade but they always lacked Rask’s two best qualities: mental strength and consistency, which actually go hand-in-hand.

    He will let in some softies. He will let in the odd goal at an inopportune time. But he is fully aware of this and approaches each game the same way regardless of what happens. You can see this by how he conducts himself to the press. Whenever he’s asked about a bad goal (ie. mishandling the puck for the game-winner against the Habs), he just takes the blame, and says that it’s unfortunate but it happens. Compare that to a guy like Lundqvist who absolutely freaked out when he let in a softie against the Leafs. Also, think about some of the bad goals he’s let in. How do you find that he plays after?

    It’s almost like Rask is a machine that just concentrates on the task at hand, executes it very well most of the time or doesn’t quite get the job done the odd time, and approaches the next game the same way.

    This is where you start to see the consistency aspect come out. I keep preaching this but I find that it’s his most impressive stat: he has just one two game stretch all season that didn’t see him pick up at least a .913 save percentage in one of the games. That stat right there shows that he just doesn’t get into a funk. Every goalie in the league seems to have those stretches where people say “He’s a terrific goalie, but he’s seen his numbers fall off in the last week.” Rask doesn’t. This goes back to Providence too. If you go over his games you’ll see bad games mixed with good games all over the place (pretty much all good), but there are no distinct patterns that come up. That just reinforces what I’ve said.

    He’s perfectly capable of stealing games, but his best attribute is that he gives his team an excellent chance to win more or less every single game.

    And I realize that stats aren’t everything, but I think we can all agree that evaluating him based on actually watching him actually understates what the stats show.

    • backbruin says:

      Tha’t what i said before they made the switch to Rask, BRUINS. To me he looks like a young Patrick Roy, style and confidence. And lord knows we had seen alot of him over the years! Maybe i’m just to old but that’s who he reminds me of!!

      wow the leafs have been generous to us!

  39. mcpuck says:

    I know it’s a stretch, but if Rask continues to dominate… how can he not be considered for the Calder? He’s saving his teams entire season with his play right now… he stepped in for the reigning Vezina winner, and he’s putting up historic numbers… not just for a rookie, but for goalies in our modern era… it’s crazy to think that a goalie could post a .931 and 1.96 over 40+ games and NOT get considered.

    • Bruins says:

      Agreed. Kipper was nominated for the Vezina with 38 games played in ’04, and that was in that ridiculous year with all of the good goalies (as you can see above). Rask is putting up numbers that are more impressive than Kiprusoff’s given that this is the new NHL and not the dead puck era, and we’re talking about the Vezina vs. the Calder here anyways.

      • Pearson says:

        Howard is MORE than keeping his team in that spot as ” the most dangerous team to play” catagory.

        Ive alwaaaaays loved timmy, and still defend him but when i hear “tuuks is in net,” i get a really calming feeling…

        Whats always said aabouf the playoffs?…. ” its won by goaltending and defense.”

        We might be juuuust alrigt.

      • #4 says:

        Hey Thomas,
        It looks like Rask,

  40. Gcole says:

    so it seems almost inevitable that with two number one goalies, one has to go.. and clearly i dont think its tuukka… now the question is, what can we get in return for tim thomas when we trade him?

  41. backbruin says:

    imagine are team with gagne/savard/ and hall/seguin in our lineup next year???

    wow, with our def play and goaltending we would have to be instant cup contenders with around 3 other teams!

  42. willisss says:

    big win…but 1 regulation goal in 3 games? that needs to stop

  43. Birdman2403 says:

    Gagne has major injury issues every year. Throw more in the deal and look for something else as well…Giroux or Coburn.

  44. Bruins says:

    Red Wings start Osgood for the first time in like 2 months against the Flyers and they score 4 goals on 20 shots. 4-2 Flyers at the end of 2.

  45. Birdman2403 says:

    Yeah thanks Wings for starting Chris Washup !

  46. Bruins says:

    AWESOME quote by Rask about Kessel:

    “I know he wants to score on me so bad,” Rask said. “Besides I’ve been chirping at him for three years now because I like to read his shot pretty well and I always know where he shoots at, and so far he doesn’t have any goals on me.”

  47. mook says:

    why i want the caps first round:

    “I don’t think any team in the West would be overmatched by them,” Umberger told the Dispatch. “They play the wrong way. They want to be moving all the time. They float around in their zone, looking for breakaways and odd-man rushes.

    “A good defensive team is going to beat them (in the playoffs). If you eliminate your turnovers and keep them off the power play, they’re going to get frustrated because they’re in their zone a lot.”

  48. BearsBB says:

    Was just reading buccigross’ mailbag on espn, and someone wrote in asking what he thinks the bruins will do this offseason? He recommends the bruins trading bergeron and possibly chara to the Kings for the likes of jack johnson and dustin brown…Would you guys do this??? and of course the kings would have to add another player like stoll.

    • G cole says:

      Chara and bergeron? YEA RIGHT. I deem them untouchable.. Either way is this anything legit or just a thought from that guy?

    • Bruins9 says:

      I would def. make that trade, Chara is overated and jack johnson is a much more skilled defenseman in my opinion. It would be tough to get rid of bergeron but I like the way dustin brown plays, he’s physical and skilled

      • mook says:

        don’t post anymore, you’re a jackass.

      • #4 says:

        If it was Chara for Brown+Johnson then yes, but that wouldnt happen so its a big fat NO.

      • BearsBB says:

        everybody listen to mook, apparently he runs the show around here…

      • Bruins9 says:

        Im just not a fan of the huge lumbering defenseman, maybe its because of how bad hall gill was when he was in Boston, also I feel like since the style of play in the league has changed to a fast pace & high skill, defenseman like Boyle, Doughty, Keith and even Wideman when he was good last year are better for a team. As far a Brown and Bergeron, I do kind of take back about getting rid of Bergeron, but I still really like how Brown plays and I think he would do very well in a Bruins uniform.

  49. Birdman2403 says:

    Really though…..going to be tough to really change this team for next year. Ryder, Wideman, Sturm…who wants them, nobody ! Wheeler, going to sign him…for how much after this wonderful season. Thomas ??

  50. Habhater says:

    Another big game tonight against the great 8.

    As I see it, the Bruins need to take AT LEAST 2 out of a possible 4 points from the Caps, 1 out of a possible 2 points from the Sabres and a win against the Canes. That would give us 89 points which should be enough.

    Even if the NYR and PHI run the table until their big weekend home and home series, the only thing that can possibly ruins our playoff hopes is the dreaded 3 point games between those 2 with each team winning once.

  51. ELWOPPO says:

    Stuart out for at least 2 weeks……Surgury required!
    Ferrence better be back soon!!!!!!!!!!!

  52. willisss says:

    chara should by NO MEANS AT ALL be traded.

    • Gcole says:

      how many more years you think charas got in him? im not sure what to think, but being the fitness freak that he is he could go into his 40’s i think

  53. Froggy says:

    If Seidenberg is a no go tonight, then we have Chara, Wideman and Hunwick as our most experienced D and Boychuk, bodnarchuk and McQuaid as rookies. I hope the B’s play disciplined and desparate and take 1 point – however I honestly think that we have no chance tonight whatsoever considering our D and our offensive woes.

  54. GreatEight says:

    Do you actually believe that you have a chance tonight? My god, if so you need therapy. The league’s best offense against a depleted so-called best defense = no chance for the B’s tonight. Alex will score more goals in the 1st period than the entire B’s can muster in the entire game. Good D or not, the Bruins will be taught a lesson tonight – 7-0 caps, easily.

    • #4 says:

      lmfao Im going to laugh so hard when Ovie goes to run chara trips and gets a concussion all by himself in the corner. Thanks to your jinxing post moron.

    • BearsBB says:

      uh-oh i think ur totally right…i definately see them getting shut out by a team that is going to play both goalies in the playoffs

    • BACKBRUIN says:

      Be careful what you wish for great8, as if we get you in the playoffs you may eat your words!!

      Nothing i would like better as to take the almight out in the first round….You see we’ve been first in the conference twice in the last 7 years….have you??????

  55. BACKBRUIN says:

    we need 4 points to make sure were in!!!that’s my magic number!

  56. GreatEight says:

    Don’t get me wrong Backbruin. I honestly think that your team and organization are top knotch. This year however has been a disaster for you from the beginning. Injury after injury after injury. It’s a credit to your team that you are still in the playoff hunt.

    Having said that however, I firmly believe that the B’s will be seriously exposed by the Caps tonight. Nothing personal, but the fact of the matter is the Bruins do not have the assets, at this time, to compete with the Caps. I am just being realistic. I feel so confident in my appraoch to tonight’s game that if the Bruins are within 2 after the first, or if they even score, I will come back here to apologize and to credit the B’s.

    Being a true fan of NHL hockey and the Caps in particular, I will not however come back here to gloat after the game. I hold each and every team with all due respect and know that what goes around eventually comes back around to take a bite out of your ass.

    • #4 says:

      I dont know what to say I thought you were a homer lol. Yes the B’s have injury problems, Yes they have trouble scoring.

      However they have a few things going for them tonight.

      A hot goalie
      Fight for your friggin life attitude.

      Whereas Caps have clinched, and will want to avoid injury. AO staying out of the corners with lucic/chara. I do NOT expect a blow out, I expect a close game as always with the B’s.

      its going to be either 2-1, 3-2 Bos or 4-2 Washington.

    • willisss says:

      dude why are you even here? noone on this blog gives 2 shits about your bruin logic or insight, isnt there a caps blog full of ovi blowers that you can go hang out with?

      what “lesson” do you think your mighty caps can teach the bruins? how to let cocky prima donna loud mouths run a team? so you feel real sure about a win playing an injury depleted team thats had to overcome adversity all season…congratulations.

      Dont make yourself sound like a hero with your charming ” i will eat my words if you score a goal” bull shit. You say how bad we’re going to get our asses kicked then compliment our organization? you sir, are an idiot. this blog is for BRUINS fans.

      Now I’m sure you will come back with the “typical boston sports fan” comments, seeing as though thats all anyone has on us, im use to it.

      have fun with your 4 goalies asshole

  57. ELWOPPO says:

    Fucken Caps fan’s! Make me laugh! They have done Fuck all in thier history…Draft 1 russian superstar and all of a sudden think thier tuff? I got news for you GreatEight, You better pray that OV stays with the Caps for a long time and stays injury free, Cuz if he goes so does your pathetic organization!!! Get some solid D and a decent goalie than “MAYBE” you dummies will contend for Lord stanly! Untill that day comes keep your mouth shut cuz you guys will always fail in the post season without goaltending!!! Goaltending wins you cups and thats a fact kid!!!!! And as of right now your 2 goalies are a fucking joke and will get Fucking destroyed in the post season this year….Watch!!?!??

  58. #4 says:

    Im so fucking sick of Class on M/Thurs from 4:30-7:10 w/ taking the goddamn slow commuter rail it seems I miss the first 1.5 periods of every goddamn important game.

  59. BACKBRUIN says:

    you need a pvr, tape the game and watch it in it’s entirety when you get home! maybe this isn’t a choice but if you can get one it’s worth every dime!!

    When i work afternoons i get home flop the game on while i grab 12 cold ones and a way i go!! wife’s asleep so there are no interruptions…it’s a beautiful thing!!

  60. BACKBRUIN says:

    great eight, your never better then your goalie!!

    it’s a fact Jack!!

    believe me none of us are delusional, we all understand our issues on this team…the thing that is quite evident is that you’re not to sure what yours are!!hmmmm!!

    b’s win 3-2

  61. Birdman2403 says:

    Oh man I hope you guys are right ! Rask is on we win !

  62. GreatEight says:

    I said I would be back after the 1st if the Bruins were within 2. I honestly have to give your team credit. They are playing intensely and with fire in their belly. 1-1 after one must give you guys hope. Especially so since i feel that our goal was tainted somewhat. I have yet to see it cross completely over the line.

    If the Bruins can stay within 1 or tied after 2, you never know!! Good luck with that though.

  63. GreatEight says:

    2-2 after 2. I gotta complement the Bruins- very gritty & determined effort. The last goal however is a killer and the Caps will now put the pedal to the floor and bury the Bruins in the 3rd. 6-2 caps!! Nice try though!!

    • BearsBB says:

      what’s up with your absurd predictions, do goals count as 2 points for the caps?!?

      • BearsBB says:

        you said 7-0 earlier like eurotrash theodore was gonna shut them out…the caps are platooning in the playoffs!!! Disaster written all over it

      • BearsBB says:

        i know hes from canada for all you smart asses who were gonna say something, he looks like eurotrash

  64. GreatEight says:

    time for th 3rd period. ok bruin fans, here comes the speed and the pain!!

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