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Discussion in 'Boston Bruins Fan Talk' started by MKats31, Jul 30, 2008.

  1. MKats31

    MKats31 Rookie

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    Any Providence Bruins fans out there????

    I attend these games on a regular basis
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    I've never seen Rask in person. What do you think of him so far?
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    Always like to see some of the future B's, however I have never gone to a game. Really wanted to go to one of their playoff games this past year but was pretty busy with classes at the time.
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    I think "The Dunk" is one of the best places to watch a hockey game. Close to the action and great sight lines no matter where you sit. Very reasonable prices and great family and party packages. So to answer your question yes I am a huge PB fan and go to as many games as I can fit in.
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    For what it's worth, Hockey'sfuture.com has Rask ranked as the #14 overall prospect in hockey. Their listings include younger players who are currently getting their shot in the NHL, like Carey Price with Montreal, who they list at #2 overall, and Steve Stamkos who they rank #1, was the #1 selection this year, and is currently playing for the TB Lightning.

    I've read some comments from different writers that say he's the real deal, and others that say he might be a tad overrated. Only time will tell. The most important thing to remember, is that we gave up Raycroft to get him. So even if he's the next coming of Norm Foster, he didn't cost much.

    BTW, Raycroft has stopped a whopping 84% of the shots he's faced, while giving up 3.5 goals a game, as a back up for the Avalance. :eek:


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