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  1. I seriously believe that our team is not afraid whatsoever of the physical game of Boston. It use to intimidate them but look at even how many players are trying to take down Chara. Even Ennis rocked him. Sure there are times when our D may flop a puck along the boards because of a big hit coming in, but even then, it seems like we are willing to take hits too now, so for me that intimidation factor is gone. The press in our end and some Boston surges are still to be expected, but we are handling it waaaaay more confidently and even though Boston tied up the series, in my mind anyways,...I feel Boston is a little weary of us and fear our speed knowing that we will oblige in the rough areas too. As a fan, I always try to project good things for our team, and for sure they all have bought into it, but in the back of all our minds, we just want Freddy to steal a game. (lol and then there is the ...I hope we out score our problems mode our minds may go to too haha)
  2. lol, I always used to use the word "rhythm" for the game of hangman. People bearly ever got it! Have to work tonight (will be able to watch the game if not too busy) and hope our team has their rhythm going! HANG THOSE FUCKING BEARS!
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    Fire! Fire!

    Probably just for the added carbon tax.
  4. I also apologize,.... for just sending you only streams via private messages.
  5. I guess it just does not show in the dark mode or the leafs default theme but ya, I see it now. It was a quick hunt.
  6. Would you pay him 7 mil a year to be a great utility man who now has taken over our third line center position *which is also a big role) while considering he still may also get time being Matthews wing man in the future? I Know he is just one player but pretty sure they did not score against his line last night. Is that not what we are after? Having players that can adapt to different situations? Yes sure, he was paid as a projected top 6 forward but lets not forget that he is also a utility player who is also still young and has many attributes that are desired in todays game.
  7. Page ready: Flintor (@TheFlintor) | Twitter
  8. So far I am seeing this window that maybe was applied. Still hunting a bit though but this could of been their out but so far it just mentions players and nothing specific about goalies. Exceptions: If a Player is Slow to Get Up or Clutches his Head following a mechanism of injury other than the three listed above, removal from play is not mandatory and Club medical staff shall exercise their medical judgment as to whether to remove the Player for an acute evaluation. https://nhl.bamcontent.com/images/assets/binary/282574512/binary-file/file.pdf
  9. Well maybe protocol is slipping a bit. Last night Rask went down and grabbed his head immediately and that is one strong sign to at the very least send him down the tunnel for observations. that did not happen, as for Krug,...it wouldn't be the first time an athlete tries to mask it.
  10. I have asked him on numerous occasions to root for the opposite teams where he has obliged knowing that my call for the win becomes even more inevitable. Look man, sometimes we as fans can get pissed off at our team when they play shitty, and all of us have seen some real shitty results, and those past results can tend to spill over into predictions. Pretty sure deep down he wants the team to succeed, especially when they are playing great and stepping up rather than stepping out. As a matter of fact, I am sure others who may have voted Boston in 6 or 7 still want our team to win. Not unless they are total complete trolls with CLS
  11. Ya I like to think I helped too. When he had it on the sideboards and skated a little bit towards the blue line, I yelled...No take it deep to the corner and kill the clock. Then he did. haha. True stor,y but I bet I'm not the only one who talks to the players through the tv screen. Only the third game but man it feels great. We need this, the team needs this and our families need to see us in good moods more often. This helps.
  12. That's okay Schlep, as long as you root for Boston, we should win in the long run. Some may forget that mighty power you bring.
  13. And again, I was impressed that all of our team were on the hunt and either laid out their body to check along the boards or were willing to block shots. They should all really feel great about themselves and stand real proud, afterall, that is exactly what it takes to win battles and a series. We were awesome in that respect.
  14. lol, I guarantee your hands were up when we won. haha
  15. @Morrison7 All the good feels right? I bet you were loud n proud! No need to talk either, just type. this message was sponsored by halls speaking of Halls.... @King of Dick Mountain you may need some for different reasons...choke choke.
  16. Loved how he tried to kill the clock in Bostons corner all alone. Played it real smart.
  17. For sure, we all want him to slap on the cape.
  18. Bro You are getting a shutout,shutout,shutout! Stay positive until the final horns blows! that is all
  19. Have fun and yell your face off. Keep the crowd loud!
  20. To me it looks like Kadris stick hits Debrusk in the high side of the neck/bottom of his helmet at the 56 second mark. Pretty sure they will consider that action a head shot.https://www.nbcsports.com/video/nazem-kadri-receives-major-penalty-vicious-hit-jake-debrusk
  21. Well then I expect to see him playing tonight. we could only wish it was the shoulder.
  22. Time to get even louder!! AS OUR TEAM NOW HOSTS THE BRUINS AT HOME, IN TORONTO!! 5 Keys: Bruins at Maple Leafs, Game 3 Boston needs to repeat strong forechecking effort; Toronto hoping Matthews finds scoring touch by Mike Zeisberger @Zeisberger / NHL.com Staff Writer BRUINS at MAPLE LEAFS 7 p.m. ET; NBCSN, NESN, CBC, TVAS Best-of-7 series tied 1-1 [RELATED: Complete Bruins vs. Maple Leafs series coverage] The Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs will play for a 2-1 lead in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference First Round at Scotiabank Arena on Monday. The Bruins won 4-1 in Game 2 after the Maple Leafs earned a 4-1 victory in Game 1. When a best-of-7 series is tied 1-1, the winner of Game 3 is 212-100 (67.9 percent) all time. Here are 5 keys for Game 3: 1. Replacing Nazem Kadri Kadri will have an in-person hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety in New York on Monday for his cross check on Bruins forward Jake DeBrusk at 14:03 of the third period of Game 2. The Maple Leafs forward received a five-minute major for cross-checking and a game misconduct. An in-person hearing means Kadri could be suspended for at least five games. NHL Tonight: Leafs-Bruins recap 02:39 • April 13th, 2019 Toronto coach Mike Babcock said Sunday that he is making contingency plans to fill Kadri's spot in the lineup. "Obviously I've got a couple of options in (Patrick) Marleau and (William) Nylander, so we'll work that out and decide what's best so we can get back to playing like we did in Game 1," Babcock said. Marleau and Nylander, each of whom usually plays on the wing, saw time at center when the Maple Leafs and Bruins played in the first round last season, when Kadri was suspended for three games for an illegal hit on Boston's Tommy Wingels during Game 1. 2. Bruins health -- or lack thereof Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said Boston's depth could be tested given the number of players who are banged up. Forward Jake DeBrusk and defensemen Torey Krug each sustained an upper-body injury during Game 2 but will play. Defenseman Connor Clifton, who also sustained an upper-body injury in Game 2, is out and will be replaced by Steven Kampfer, who will make his NHL postseason debut. Cassidy also said forward Marcus Johansson, who missed Game 2 because of an illness, remains sick and won't play Game 3. Having DeBrusk and Krug back are bonuses for Boston. DeBrusk was fourth on the Bruins with 27 goals during the regular season. Krug had 53 points (six goals, 47 assists) in 64 games, fifth on the Bruins. Defenseman Jakub Zboril and forward Paul Carey had been called up from Providence of the American Hockey League on Sunday. It's unlikely either will be needed for Game 3. 3. Boston forecheck Game 2 saw the Bruins' forecheck attack with far more pressure and physicality than it had in Game 1. They were able to grind down the Maple Leafs' defensemen by consistently taking the body whenever possible. "They didn't give us a lot of time," Toronto defenseman Morgan Rielly said after Game 2. If the Bruins can sustain that forecheck, they should again be able to wear down the Maple Leafs. But if Toronto can use its speed more effectively, similar to what it did in Game 1, it should be able to create odd-man rushes off transition and use its offensive skill to overwhelm what could be a shorthanded Boston defensemen group. 4. Frederik Andersen must remain in the zone Andersen has stopped 74 of 79 shots (.937 save percentage) through the first two games. Some of those saves have been highlight-reel worthy. He was the Maple Leafs' best player despite the loss in Game 2 and needs to maintain his high level of play if Toronto hopes to earn its first postseason series victory since 2004. His play has been significantly better than it was late in the regular season, when he went 3-3-3 with an .881 save percentage in his final 10 games. Andersen stones DeBrusk 00:22 • April 13th, 2019 5. Can Auston Matthews find his offense? To be fair, the Maple Leafs forward is proving to be a much better 200-foot player than he was a year ago. In each of the first two games in Boston, Matthews showed a lot of energy on the back check and made a couple of diving defensive plays to prevent the Bruins from finishing prime scoring chances. At the same time, the Maple Leafs need him to find his scoring touch if they are to advance to the second round. Matthews has no points in the series and has two points (one goal, one assist) in nine postseason games against the Bruins. Bruins projected lineup Brad Marchand -- Patrice Bergeron -- David Pastrnak Jake DeBrusk -- David Krejci -- Karson Kuhlman Danton Heinen -- Charlie Coyle -- David Backes Joakim Nordstrom -- Noel Acciari -- Chris Wagner Zdeno Chara -- Charlie McAvoy Torey Krug -- Brandon Carlo Matt Grzelcyk -- Steven Kampfer Tuukka Rask Jaroslav Halak Scratched: Paul Carey, Zane McIntyre Injured: Sean Kuraly (broken hand), John Moore (upper body), Marcus Johansson (illness), Kevan Miller (lower body), Connor Clifton (upper body) Maple Leafs projected lineup Zach Hyman -- John Tavares -- Mitchell Marner Andreas Johnsson -- Auston Matthews -- Kasperi Kapanen Patrick Marleau -- William Nylander -- Connor Brown Tyler Ennis -- Frederik Gauthier -- Trevor Moore Morgan Rielly -- Ron Hainsey Jake Muzzin -- Nikita Zaitsev Jake Gardiner -- Travis Dermott Frederik Andersen Michael Hutchinson Scratched: Nic Petan, Justin Holl, Igor Ozhiganov, Martin Marincin, Calle Rosen, Garret Sparks, Nazem Kadri Injured: None Status report Kampfer will make his playoff debut after scratched for Games 1 and 2. … McAvoy and DeBrusk, who were day to day, will play. Clifton, who was injured in Game 2, will not be. ... Kadri had an in-person hearing with the NHL Department of Player Safety in New York on Monday for his cross check to DeBrusk's head in Game 2. Ennis will play after being scratched for Games 1 and 2. TIME TO MAKE A FEW PREDICTIONS SEEM FALSE. You know who you are. stream: http://bilasport.net/game/toronto-maple-leafs-vs-boston-bruins-1.html
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