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Jason Harris

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  1. Senators (2) vs. Bruins (3)

    To make that call after what was let go just one second earlier was brutal. If Ryan didn't lead with his elbow to Nash's shoulder/chin, it was this close.......
  2. Senators (2) vs. Bruins (3)

    I thought this before the series, and I think it more so now. If both teams are at full strength, the Bruins are more talented, and probably deeper. I think the 1-3-1 is brilliant by Ottawa, because outside of the HOF talent that Erik Karlsson is, I don't think I'd take any Senators over Bergeron, Marchand, Pastrnak, Chara, Rask, and maybe Krejci; the neutral trap is about the only thing keeping the games close. That said, being deeper has its limits, and four defensemen and their second center might be the bar.
  3. Boston Bruins: 2016-17

    I've often felt Claude's system is too predictable, but I think he's the scapegoat for this. The roster has too many holes. Worse, they had the chance last year to trade Eriksson for futures, then use those and the other draft picks to replenish the system; instead, they traded for nobodies and diminished the haul from the previous summer.
  4. Boston Bruins: 2016-17

    What Julien was saying, and what I've been saying, is the pounding wears down everyone, particularly smaller players. So if your smaller players are average to slightly above average i skills, and they lack fight — see Spooner — they come and go throughout the season; if they have superlative skills, they generally can produce more consistently, although I wouldn't suggest a whole team of smaller guys. It's no different than lineman in football. If they lack weight, they'd better be outstanding athletes; otherwise, they'll get pushed around.
  5. Boston Bruins: 2016-17

    It took me a while to find this again, but it's not my imagination — some guy is tracking it. The Bruins are the sixth lightest team and eighth tallest. http://mirtle.blogspot.ca/2016/10/2016-17-nhl-teams-by-height-weight-and.html
  6. Boston Bruins: 2016-17

    Interesting quote from Claude, because the fact that it's public suggests he's talking to upper management as much as us. "....speed is always a big part of it. Skill is always a big part of it. But you can’t overlook size. If you’re looking for just speed and all small players, I don’t think that makes it through this league. It’s too much of a grind to expect to win with too many small players. Do small players have their place? Absolutely. If they’re surrounded well, they have their place in it.” I think a lot of people today confuse a desire for size with a desire for fighting, but it's not at all that. I just think bigger teams wear down smaller teams over the course of a game. Unless of course it's the B's against Montreal......
  7. Boston Bruins: 2016-17

    I think the B's reading of the tea leaves has gone too far to the "smaller, quicker, more skilled NHL," because they now have too many Smurfs. If you're small and skilled, you'd better also be tough and sturdy, and be willing to use it. Compare Marchand versus Spooner.
  8. Boston Bruins: 2016-17

    If Marchand has a bout of muscle memory and gets suspended this year, I'm going to be pissed! Excellent game by that line.
  9. Johnny Gaudreau's 55 flex stick..

    If bending loads the stick and allows for harder shots, I've come to the realization I am using too stiff a stick, and I'm starting to wonder whether many others do as well. I'm 5' 7" and weigh close to 220 with decent strength, but after cutting my 100-flex sticks, I have zero bend. Even if I try to put all my weight on top of the stick, I can bend it maybe one inch. I know cutting the sticks isn't helping my cause, but since I'll always have to shorten them, I intend to drop to intermediate the next time I buy one.
  10. Opinions on chest protector sizing

    Is the prevailing thought that the arms will be too long? I do have shorter arms, but I'm fairly sure my wife can modify the length for me. I just measured my chest, which is 48" and in the range of XXL, so I'm concerned about the Medium pads being sized to fit a 38"-40" chest.
  11. Opinions on chest protector sizing

    I'm often the relief goalie when we don't have two for drop-in, probably because the equipment fits me. However, the chest protector's arms are getting twisted around, so last time I stung my elbow when I dove to my side. This has led me to get my own protector, but I'd like some opinions on whether I should be buying for height or girth. What I mean is I'm 5' 7", so one of the sites said to buy Medium, but I'm fairly broad across the shoulders and chest and generally need 2XL shirts. It seems to me that the only disadvantage of buying the XL would be the length over my midsection, which doesn't seem too bad, because the current set leaves about a one inch gap between the chest and pants. Yet, if I buy the M, there's the possibility that the straps won't extend wide enough. I'm considering the Bauer Supreme TotalOne NXG, because its reviews have been positive and $299 seems like a fair price. Gracias.....
  12. Is So-And-So A Hall Of Famer? The Water Cooler Thread

    I'm surprised Recchi didn't make it in during a weak class, though it's obvious that the HHOF voters have thought of him and Lindros as borderline candidates. My guess is the knock against Recchi has been his longevity allowed him to amass numbers that hid his seasons were closer to the Hall of Very Good, while Lindros was the opposite; his lack of longevity obscured that his scoring was at a HHOF pace. The Hall has made allowances before for players whose career numbers fell slightly short due to injury — LaFontaine, Neely, Forsberg — so It seemed Lindros might one day be invited, but I thought the dearth of candidates this year would have opened the door for Recchi. For all we know, the voters are planning to bring him in in another year or two, while the classes are still weak. As someone once said, it is just a museum after all, so there is a touch of marketing involved.
  13. NHL about ready to move to Vegas?

    That's possible, but I read something that Jim Fassel relayed about his time coaching the Las Vegas Locomotives in the UFL. He said the team gave prime tickets for the casinos to comp their high rollers, but the casinos told them to get stuffed, because they didn't want their best customers leaving the building. So, at least initially, whatever team ends up there probably won't have much corporate help.
  14. NHL about ready to move to Vegas?

    If this is accurate, this is a marketing decision -- and a bad one at that. A hot, transient city that ranks something like 43rd as a TV market..... http://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/bruins/2016/06/14/hockey-ready-cash-sin-city/Wf4Kthbwja8TSMDO8YJBDO/story.html
  15. I agree. I wasn't sure, but didn't see any separate threads.
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