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1 puttinonthefoil October 27, 2005 at 8:32 pm

They wanna go? Let ‘em go I say. The officials should concentrate more on all the stuff that they miss on a regular basis like..Eye gouging, Sticks in the face, Blindsiding, Boarding, Intent to injure. Get rid of the stupid instigator shit. Who cares who drops the gloves first! If they want people to keep watching it’s gonna take more than opening up the game and changing the blue and red lines. If you’ve never been into before, or are just starting to get into Hockey, I’m gonna say that chances are, you aren’t gonna give a shit how big the blue lines are or the trapezoid and all that. If the game is boring, you aren’t gonna keep watching. Next thing you know, the NHL will start putting Ad’s for Tide laundry soap and Kleenex tissues, Or Summer’s Eve douchebags on players sweaters, like Nascar did in the 90′s with racing, to attract housewives to racing. Sheesh.

2 Chris October 27, 2005 at 9:32 pm

I agree Foil. I want Old Time Hockey. Like Eddie Shore. I am hoping that once the players in the NHL figure out the rules, the rough stuff will come back.

3 puttinonthefoil October 28, 2005 at 9:08 am

Yes, Chris that’s exactly right. I grew up watching guys like Wayne Cashman, Terry O’Reilly, Brad Park, the Mahovolich’s and my all time fave, Stan Jonathan. Man, you knew when Frank Mahovolich got on the ice with Cashman, something was gonna happen. Even the later years with Nilan and Miller. Those were the days. All those guys are legends! I remember when the Bruins were playing, family members would come over and all crowd around the TV with a couple of six packs of Schlitz! Quality time at it’s best (well except for the schlitz maybe) But that to me, was Hockey. But as they say, you can never go home again, but maybe, they can make it mo better before they kill the sport with politcal correctness. One can only hope. Cheers!
Ken

4 Chris October 29, 2005 at 12:29 am

Ken, You said it man. I remember back in the early eighties when a Bruins game on TV was an event. My dad would sit me down on the couch, and we’d watch the games on WSBK with Fred and Derek getting the call. I loved watching the Bruins and Nordiques games from Quebec. They used to have some real wars with them. And of course those were the days when the Boston and Montreal rivalry still meant something. I think if the NHL wants to build rivalries again, the schedule this year was a good start, but the passion and physical play needs to come back before those days will come again.

5 puttinonthefoil October 30, 2005 at 9:30 am

So Chris, You’re a local boy eh? I’m from Manchester NH and back in the day, WSBK was the best!! I remember being at a Monarchs game a couple of years ago and ol’ Fred walked right by me! I was like “Holy Crap”!! He’s friggin’ hockey royalty! His famous yell, “SCORE”!!!! was the best! Man, those were the days!
Peace Bro,
Ken

6 Chris October 31, 2005 at 12:11 am

Ken, I am from Concord,MA originally. I loved the SBK Games with Derek Sanderson calling a fight. I swear, a Bruin could have his head ripped clean off, and in Derek’s eyes, the Bruin would still win the fight!

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