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  1. Actually, they can. Because there's no longer any accountability to the fans and public. Any still remembers the "No Excuses" mantra at Bergevin's first introductory press conference as new GM? It was just lip service, but none of the press journalists has the courage to remind the GM at press conferences.
  2. Your comment made me laugh instantly. Bergevin has become so predictable, eh? We know what (little) to expect from him every time. Same old, same old.
  3. Columbus looking very rusty, as if they'd rested for too long. Bruins look like they will take game 1. Hopefully, Columbus can settle down, work out a playing strategy to counter the Bruins, and come back in game 2. My sense is, the longer this series drags on, it favours Columbus. If Bruins want to win the series, they have to blitz Columbus and end it quickly, while Columbus is trying to find its feet.
  4. Tampa, hands down. Because good management, good player development and exciting attacking style, deserve to be rewarded. But the series which excites me most now is Leafs vs Bruins, for obvious reasons.
  5. Might be a meaningless game, but hey, the losing streak against the Leafs is finally broken!!!
  6. Finally broke the losing streak against Tampa. But looking back at the number of missed scoring chances, especially on breakaways, really exposed the lack of finishing talent on this roster. Consider that the opponent fielded a 3rd string goalie.
  7. Not going to make the playoffs. Running out of gas and talent.