PRESEASON OUTLOOK This year like pretty much every year the Bruins were considered to be right smack dab in the middle of things. Along with three or four other teams they were the top bets to win the East.
FINAL RECORD 44-14-12 Best record in the NHL. Beat Carolina in the first round, lost in five games to the Lightning in conference semifinals.
STRANGE STAT OF THE YEAR 7 shootout losses led the league, in fact that had as many shootout losses as Tampa, Carolina, Pittsbu
Thank you sir.
One of the may things i love about this site is that I have editorial freedom to write pretty much anything that pleases me. Every year I do a preview before the season and a review after, this is either year five or six of doing that, as well as quick write ups whenever their is a trade or a suspension or whenever i am bored, lol.
Anyway, appreciate the kind words.
Yave is always good for some information about ALL teams across the league.
Even he will admit he isn't always right, but even when he isn't, he also isn't far off the mark.
But given the amount of goings on in the league, he comes up good more often than not.
Which is why it is beyond comical when some imbecile questions his attention to what goes on in the league.
I appreciate Mr. Detroit/Columbus as much as you do, Mojo.
For most of the year, Boston had been a one line team... Bergeron-Marchand-Pastrnak.
Get past those guys and it doesn't become overly complicated to shut the team's offense down.
Now...when they DID get secondary scoring (on a consistent basis) from guys like Krejci, DeBrusk, and Kase, all of a sudden, the Bruins look a lot more dangerous on offense because the ripple effect there is, the bottom sixers, led by Charlie Coyle would then find themselves with more room and opportunity on the ic
Yep, internet groups killed SDH, jason and i tried our damndest to keep it afloat, but he got tired of paying for a site that lost posters year after year with no new blood coming in...sucks, but life goes on.
I'm good, found a new home here.