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1 kynch November 29, 2005 at 11:39 pm

I absolutely couldn’t agree more!(And Orr was picked up by the Rangers. great pick-up by them) Colton Orr was the ONLY Bruin to do his job, and do it well, on a consistent basis. Coach Sullivan keeps talking about bringing in “energy guys”, like Dan Lacature to wake up his team. He had that guy on his roster all season, and chose not to use him. If entertaining the paying customers is part of the job description for coaches, GM’s & players, then letting Orr go was a HUGE mistake. To this point, he was the ONLY entertainment value offered by the Bruins. I’ve never been so disgusted with this organization, and that’s saying something. They couldn’t do more to alienate their fans if they tried.

2 Frank November 29, 2005 at 11:50 pm

I am with you both. This organization is in ruins from the GM to the supposed “Franchise” Center. It is tough for this
lifelong, diehard B’s fan to even function these days. This guy brought what the team was looking for but the problem was, for whatever reason he never made it out of
Sully’s doghouse. I hope Orr has a great year with the Blueshirts of New York. He has to be happy to be out of this mess we call a hockey team. what a nightmare !!

3 Chris November 30, 2005 at 12:22 am

I’m in total agreement boys. I have NHL Center Ice, so I will now be following the Rangers whenever I can. Orr brought his game every night, which is something that can NOT be said for this whole team. Top to bottom, the Bruins suck. Good luck to Colton. I hope he comes in with NY and just wreaks havoc.

4 matt November 30, 2005 at 1:59 am

as a bruins fan for a long time, this is hard to read. they have no one playing with pride anymore, when thornton skates around the ice he looks like the walking wounded. sami hasnt done much at all this year, just does his dekes and looses the puck. there are no true bruins anymore, no one that plays with the “grit” that we hear about what it means to be a bruin in those dennis leary commercials.

5 Edju Martin November 30, 2005 at 8:54 am

This is a lot like having colon cancer and they operate on your dick instead, getting rid of a useful part and leaving the shit behind.

Somehow Hal Gill stays…

6 The Hammer November 30, 2005 at 7:23 pm

Good comment Edju

I think the management spent too much time watching the Sweedish Elite league during the lockout, unfortunately they do not have the forwards to play like that or the defense or the goalie or the coaching. The only good part of the game are the strippers they use to clean the ice

7 Chris November 30, 2005 at 7:35 pm

Last night was the last Bruins game I am watching. As a long time fan, that is hard to say. I just can’t watch the organization tank like this. It’s way too frustrating. I will watch Orrsie’s debut tonight, and report back tomorrow.

8 Frank DeAngelo January 3, 2006 at 2:49 am

These guys in Bruins uniforms are frauds. The whole organization are a bunch of frauds. The Bruins have the second lowest point total in the NHL. This was supposed to be a break out year for them. What a joke.

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