good addition, watching these guys play in college hockey many times, Charlie played college hockey at Boston University, Go Team USA. That’s cuz nobody hits in Europe. when he gets back here, will be the same turtling he did during the playoffs vs Ottawa. too afraid to Mens Worlds Greatest Boston Terrier Grandpa Shirt make contact anymore. Just seeing the kind of person he is and how much he loves Boston and hockey, I think he’ll take anything they give him.
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I doubt he’ll demand anything, maybe ask but definitely not demand. They will have plenty of time to rest when the tourney ends and plushes young the more he plays the more he learns. Yea he did Mark. He learned he can’t take a penalty like he did or it’ll cause his team to be eliminated. If you think he didn’t get a talking to you’re crazy. You can talk all you want. He’s young like Bobby said but don’t burn him out like Bergeron and Marchand were from playing in that unless WCOH.
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Mark White, I think he did learn lots in the playoffs actually. and he’ll be better for it.he’s playing top line minutes and top PP for the Czech.all positives for his development into a more consistent winger for the Bruins organization for years to come. Ian Kelly, You really remember the play-off penalty. And how about all the points he made during the season.
I think Pasta is Bruins’ treasure. Regular season doesn’t matter though. Yea he had a good year but playoffs is really the only thing that matters. And where were the rest of Mens Worlds Greatest Boston Terrier Grandpa Shirt. He carried that team on his shoulders the whole season and everyone expected him to do it in the playoffs too. He’s a kid. He played above and beyond what was expected of him and what normal guys his age play like. What more do you a little more from the big 3 Marchand Bergeron and Pasta? I totally agree it’s a team effort, but the article is focused on Pasta so that is what my comment is based on.