2010-11 Player Report Cards

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Finals- Horton vs. Montreal Line Brawl

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It has finally come down to the two key moments voted by all of you.  It comes as no surprise that the Montreal Canadiens are a part of each of these moments.  Nathan Horton's series clinching goal...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Horton vs. Thomas

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It is no surprise at all that after these recent playoffs that there would be a Thomas and Horton moment fighting for a spot in the finals.  Without the effort from this pair of heroes it is...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Thomas vs. ummm Thomas

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Today's second round moments have Tim Thomas going against well, Himself.  You all voted for the highway robbery on goon Steve Downie as well as Thomas sending Henrik Sedin packing.  These two...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Horton vs. Krejci

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Today starts round two of the Greatest moment of the 2010-11 season.  In round one Nathan Horton's game seven winning goal against Montreal edged out Micheal Ryder's ridiculous glove save and David...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Horton vs. Thomas

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There are so many key moments of the Stanley Cup Finals last season, however these two may strand out over all of the rest of them.  Nathan Horton won the heart's of Bruins fans all over, but this...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Thomas vs. Seguin

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 Today's pair of moments come courtesy of the Eastern Conference Finals against Tampa Bay.  The kid Tyler Seguin shows what everyone thought he was made of and well, TIm Thomas shows us all for the...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Krejci vs. Orr

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Today's best moments features David Krejci's three game winning goals during the sweeping of the Flyers and Bobby Orr waiving Nathan Horton's flag before the start of game four vs. Vancouver....

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Ryder vs. Horton

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 In the next couple of weeks we will be bringing you sixteen of the top moments of the Boston Bruins 2010-11 season.  We have separated the nominees into two categories:  Post season and regular...

Bruins Organizational Report Cards 2010-11: Claude Julien

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Bruins Organizational Report Cards 2010-11: Claude Julien

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Tim Thomas

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Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Tim Thomas

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Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Patrice Bergeron

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Grade: A +++++ November 30, 2005, a day that will forever live in infamy. Hearts were broken and small children wept. After making a strategic organizational decision not to secure many players...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Zdeno Chara

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Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Zdeno Chara

Bruins Player Report Card 2010-2011: Nathan Horton

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Grade: A- "No heartbeat" – Anonymous Bruin in 2010 It’s been a little over a year since this quote was reported in the Boston Globe a few weeks before Horton was acquired from the Florida Panthers...

Bruins Organizational Report Cards 2010-11: Peter Chiarelli

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Bruins Organizational Report Cards 2010-11: Peter Chiarelli

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Tyler Seguin

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Grade: Passing Taylor or Tyler? They weren’t Ovechkin and Malkin, but together they were anointed the can’t miss talents of the 2010 NHL Entry Draft.  The Bruins had the 2nd overall selection...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Dennis Seidenberg

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Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Dennis Seidenberg

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Mark Recchi

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  Grade A-   Talk about leaving the game in style.  That is exactly what veteran and now three time Stanley Cup champion Mark Recchi did.  Recchi only wore the eight spoked B for two years and...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Milan Lucic

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Grade: A- Milan Lucic was one of several Bruins who had a career season. Sparked by a slower 09-10 season that was riddled with injuries, Lucic was back with a vengeance. By the regular season's...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Adam McQuaid

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  Grade- B+ Adam McQuaid started the season battling for a roster spot with the big boys. After the 19 games he played last season and early this season it seemed that McQuaid was a poor man's...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Tuukka Rask

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Bruins 2010-11 Player Report Cards: Tuukka Rask

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-2011: Michael Ryder

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Grade: A- Michael Ryder posted 18 goals and 23 assists in the regular season, which isn't really too awful. But he did that with maddening inconsistency. For example, no goals for Ryder in March....

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-2011: Andrew Ference

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Grade: A- I've had a theory on Andrew Ference the past few years: the Bruins are a much better team with him in the lineup. Doing a little calculation, I found that they were 11-14-6 without him...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Marc Savard

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Boston Bruins 2010-11 Report Cards: Marc Savard

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: David Krejci

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Bruins 2010-11 Report Cards: David Krejci

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-2011: Steven Kampfer

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Grade: B- It seems like every single player is being graded with a B but in this case, what else should Steven Kampfer really get? Essentially still a "call up" player, Kampfer was 3-13=16 through...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Chris Kelly

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Chris Kelly Report Card

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