Morning Free Association 2-Feb-2018: Witty Title

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This weekend the Bruins came close to having a two-game losing streak. On Saturday night the Buffalo Sabres came into town and dominated a Bruins team that started the game dead on their skates. Buffalo even did this after their star centre was knocked out of the game in the first period. (Don’t worry, he has a high ankle sprain and will come back sometime this season.) Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Rivalry Night!

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It seems like every game against the Rangers this season was played in New York. As it turns out, that wasn’t the case it just seemed like it because they were the stronger team the first two games. Not this time. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Dead Wings

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The Bruins played to yet another packed house at the Pizza Box last night. Seriously, how much longer are they going to keep up this charade that fans who paid for seats are so mesmerized by the new arena that they’re watching the game in the restaurants sprinkled around the concourse? SMH.
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Morning Free Association: The Devils and Brad Marchand

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The Bruins played the NJ Devils at the TD Garden last night
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Morning Free Association: Les Habs, part deux

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Last night many different things were happening at the TD Garden. You could say the primary focus was the game, you know that one against the Habs with former Bruins head coach Claude Julien leading that much hated rival. But you wouldn’t be wrong if you cited the pregame ceremony or the Rene Rancourt presser. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Progress, I Guess

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Full disclosure: I didn’t watch the game last night. Instead we went to see The Shape of Water which was a love story as told by Guillermo del Toro. We liked it. Anyway, we decided to sacrifice ourselves so that the Bruins could win. If only we hadn’t checked on the game after the movie was over, or listened on the radio on the way home, or turned on the game when we got home. Sorry, guys. Continue reading