Discussion in 'Boston Bruins Fan Talk' started by IcyPatriot, May 27, 2011.
Bring it on
... bring it on ...
let's hope our guys can bring it home!
Bruins are in tough against the Canucks, that's for sure.....
No doubt, but I believe Boston can go toe-to-toe with 'em as long as they fix their power play. If not, then this will be a 5-6 game series tops.
I'll enjoy it for now though!:rocker::rocker::rocker::rocker::rocker::rocker::rocker:
Our PP is awful. The Canucks will destroy us if we maintain this way.
My hopes are not up. Congrats.
whatever happens happens
get it done boys
or play stellar defense and keep them off theirs
nba and nhl finals are complete ****** awesome matchups this year, can't wait
boston deserves to end their drought
The Canucks are imminently beatable. Luongo has been far from stellar this playoff season.
It's all set up for a great Stanley Cup. Rocky vs Clubber Lang, Frank Dux vs Chong Li, Lee vs Han, the little hobbit shÃ®t versus Mordor.
It's on Bruins fans .
Punish them!! make them regret stepping on the ice!!
ya pp is awful but the pk is outstanding. thats a big reason they are in the finals. 5 on 5 the bruins can play with anybody. as long as they arent giving up to many pp they will be ok.
It's gonna be a great series... This will be the 3rd Stanley Cup Series that I can remember for the Bruins....
Krecji, Horton and Lucic are gonna have to be HUGE for Boston. Bergeron and Seguin are going to have to step up their game.
The pressure is gonna be on Boychuck, McQuaid, and Ference big time.
BTW, It's hard to believe that Claude Julien is the longest tenured coach since Gerry Cheevers in the early 80's.
As a lifelong Oilers fan and hater of all things Vancouver, please win Bruins.
Ironically enough, if the Bruins manage to win the Patriots will become the Boston team with the longest championship drought. Who would have expected that?
Wow. That's weird.. Go Bruins but I don't want the Pats with that title considering the droughts our teams go through.
Boston will become first city ever to hoist championship flags in all four sports in a 10 year span!
don't forget Peverley --- He has taken his game up a level this year and more in these playoffs. His blossoming play along with Seguin gave Tampa's defense fits as the Lightening couldn't just load up to stop 1 or even 2 lines. He was flying last night - it kept Tampa on their heels.
Lots of players have stepped it up ... hard to key on just a few ... what a nice problem.
I haven't followed the Bruins or the NHL lately. I do know from watching Dryden and Montreal beat powerful Bruin teams that a hot goaltender can beat any team. The Bruins have a scorching goaltender in net right now with Thomas.
Not to dispute it but ( and I am certainly not a NY fan).....Mets in 1969, Jets in 1969, Knicks in 1970 and Islanders in 1974..........Yeah it helps when you have multiple teams but....
Islanders first Stanley Cup was 1980.
Thomas is fun to watch ... he's an extremely mobile goaltender who is at his best when out of the crease. He'll come out of that crease 5 and even 10 feet at times. Stuck in the crease he becomes rather ordinary. After the hip operation and with intensive yoga work this is the result ... it's great for him and for us or course.
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