Morning Free Association: Swedish House Mafia

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Morning Free Association: Calamity in Columbus

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It seemed like the thing we’d all be talking about with regards to last night’s game would be the re-emergence of NO GOAL and possibly even how the first period alone saw two goaltender interference calls, one resulting in a power play, the other in, well, the aforementioned called-back goal. As it turns out, Charlie McAvoy had something to say about that. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: All Tied Up

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There was something a bit off about last night’s Game 4 in Columbus. While the Bruins led the game from early in the first period through the end of the third, it didn’t feel like they were winning. It was one of those games in which one could easily believe that the scoreboard was in error except for when a goal was scored. The Bruins simply didn’t look like a team that was winning the game. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Game 1

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Last night’s Game 1 was not a gimme by any measure. If it is an indicator of what’s to come, goals will be hard to come by and the Bruins will be banged up in the end. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: On to Columbus

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It was another Game 7 between the Bruins and Leafs, though this one was different. Instead of taking a lead and blowing it or clawing their way back after getting down by 2 or 3 goals, the Bruins played an assertive game, taking the lead and never letting it go. It was refreshing.
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Morning Free Association: It’s a Seven Game Series

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So what were the Bruins up to this weekend?

Well, on Friday night, they were busy losing Game 5 at the TD Garden. That game was memorable not for any real heroics but rather a now infamous non-call. Continue reading