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Let me start this column with a special thanks to Chris for the opportunity to write on this blog. My name is Luc and I’ve been a Bruins fan for about 25 years. I’ve followed the B’s since I was five years old and I’ve never quit on them even if, sometimes, they quit on me….
It’s no secret that the Bruins are clearly under the radar in Boston. This team had struggled for so many years that fans have become deceived and angry towards an ownership who never really seems to care about winning a championship. Maybe that’s why the Sox and the Pats successfully take 95% of the sports market in Boston.
So far, the B’s are surprising with their record of 14-9-2. Under a new coach ( Claude Julien ) the team finally understands the importance of doing the ” little things ” right. The team is playing better defensively and with good results, so far. Tonight’s game, against NJ, will be a good test for the team. Marty Brodeur is one of the best goalies in the NHL and it will be interesting to see how the B’s will react against a team who plays a good and sound defensive system.
Please note that English is a second language for me. I’m working hard on my grammar but some errors might occur along the way…