Felger 'Bruins clearly showing Stanley Cup hangover'
Tue, 18 Oct 2011|
Felger discusses the obvious signs that the Bruins are dealing with Stanley Cup hangover.
All right frustrating loss for the Bruins tonight at the guard against Carolina Hurricanes they -- that Ford won tons of flights -- the Bruins slide. It's -- got it started with -- Harrison. Public Carolina Hurricanes Charlotte we have about seventeen minutes of penalties for this crap alone -- -- into what Cam Ward a little bit of the rap about. And get into it a little bit -- get -- minutes. Penalties ended up hurting the Bruins they gave up to five on threes are. Play goals at the end of this game to lose four to one they've now dropped two of six to open up this season. I think it's just a little bit of credit here for not just sitting back and taking this Stanley Cup hangover lying down they tried to fight through it tonight. There were 82 penalty minutes called against the Boston Bruins in this game again they tried to fight a lot and only got to a few Tim Gleason have the Hurricanes. Tried to it was engaged several times -- try to go likely some earlier years Lucic trying to go likely think Lisa would never drop the gloves. Had to be very frustrating. For the Bruins the Bruins had rejected tonight Nathan Horton. Brad Marchand. Milan Lucic and on the at the end and you'll see right here Claude Julien so again there's police and again being challenged by Orton and totally pleased to go play for the Montreal Canadians. But the Bruins try to fight the way out of this thing that caught it Julien -- in his two cents at the end of the game got tossed from the game. And again I give them credit or at least not just sleepwalking through these first couple weeks. They know they don't have their legs they know they're suffering the Stanley Cup hangover and the trying to fight their way out of it.