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Old 05-27-2019, 07:06 PM
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Poor start tonight but shed some rust in the second period.Should be a great series
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Old 05-28-2019, 05:20 AM
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Sandman---- nailed it but you missed one important element of his game for those that never saw him play.
He was one tough motherf______r!
I will never forget what he did to Keith Magnuson, notable NHL toughguy, may he RIP.
This is grainy but Orr turned Magnuson's nose into hamburger.
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Blues ran the tank dry after the first period. Bruins looked much improved as the game progressed. LETS GO BLUES!
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Looks like Krug wants his own statue on Causeway St.
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That was an amazing hit, sent a message that couldn't be missed. Old time hockey !!
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Originally Posted by LongJohnSilver View Post
Sandman---- nailed it but you missed one important element of his game for those that never saw him play.
He was one tough motherf______r!
I will never forget what he did to Keith Magnuson, notable NHL toughguy, may he RIP.
This is grainy but Orr turned Magnuson's nose into hamburger.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NAIh31fO-b8
38 was a lil grainy on the Cape.

Orr was a heavy hitter and all on the ice knew it. Sanderson and Cashman did a lot more fighting, but Orr carried a lot of weight into the corners.
He could put your ass in your skull.

Shame we did not get to see more. 27 and done.
He tried to play with no knees. Tough indeed.
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Old 05-28-2019, 08:13 PM
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Orr rarely fought but when he did........... he was seeing red and made a pit bull look like a wimpy sissy. Always took 2-3 players/refs to try and peel him off the guy stupid enough to drop gloves with him. One of the most unglued I've seen him was beetin Pat Quinn to pulp up in Toronto. Man, sometimes he would just lose it.
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Originally Posted by rcdelude View Post
Orr rarely fought but when he did........... he was seeing red and made a pit bull look like a wimpy sissy. Always took 2-3 players/refs to try and peel him off the guy stupid enough to drop gloves with him. One of the most unglued I've seen him was beetin Pat Quinn to pulp up in Toronto. Man, sometimes he would just lose it.
Quinn had 5'' and 75lbs on him too.He was a effin goon as a player.Lot of hits from behind and sharp elbows too.
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Old time hockey.
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Long way to go,especially for a franchise that's never played in June...........
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Looks like the Blues are intentionally running into Rask.
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Originally Posted by gofastsandman View Post
38 was a lil grainy on the Cape.

Orr was a heavy hitter and all on the ice knew it. Sanderson and Cashman did a lot more fighting, but Orr carried a lot of weight into the corners.
He could put your ass in your skull.

Shame we did not get to see more. 27 and done.
He tried to play with no knees. Tough indeed.

You should be a NHL History Blogger if there is such a thing. Your posts on Orr make for for some good reading....
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Originally Posted by Jersus View Post
Looks like the Blues are intentionally running into Rask.
Yeah looked like Krug intentionally ran into Thomas game one. Funny that Perron is the one whining about it....
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Looks like the Blues are intentionally running into Rask.
I am glad you are sticking up for your guy!!! Don't let them push him around....hehehehe
Just messin with ya....

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Originally Posted by Jersus View Post
Looks like the Blues are intentionally running into Rask.
That pissed me off,we'll see who gets the last laugh with that one.
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Long way to go,especially for a franchise that's never played in June...........
It’s why they play the games right? Kinda fun being the underdogs. Not gonna lie.
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That pissed me off,we'll see who gets the last laugh with that one.
Pissed me off to actually. I am not saying to run binnigton, but the bruins need to respond to the running’s into rask. I wouldn’t mind seeing rask go all billy smith on them either.
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You should be a NHL History Blogger if there is such a thing. Your posts on Orr make for for some good reading....
Thanks.
I enjoy writing about him.

He was only 27 and we missed his best.
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Thanks.
I enjoy writing about him.

He was only 27 and we missed his best.

Your comment about “Channel 38” cracked me up. I grew up in MA and dealt with that all the time with channels 27,38 and 56. If not the Bruins then some awesome monster movie or great old show was always on. Those 3 TV channels were the BEST. Just never knew if you could tune in the channel. For a few years we had a tv antenna on the roof that rotated using a remote control dial. When that bad boy was operational, most times a decent picture could be had but that unit went tits up one night in a storm. I believe the Old Man’s quote went something like “I’m not fixing the GD thing again” after that 27 and 38 were mostly out, 56 sometimes when the WX was right. I think 56 had “Creature Double Feature” and that meant a lot back then.....
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