52606Re: Boston Bruins outcoached?
- Jul 8, 2009Phil Esposito has said on XM Radio that his Bruins should have won more Cups, but he says the real reason they didn't had little to do with coaching and more to the fact that the players likes to go out and have a good time - they just weren't dedicated to winning. However, when he was traded to the Rangers, Espo said he was appalled at how the Rangers acted as if they didn't care after a loss. He recalls his first game was in Oakland, and the Seals beat the Rangers, and the Rangers weren't the least bit upset.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "northernale18" <northernale@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, "Craig" <bflynn3@> wrote:
> > Tonight while driving home I heard former player agent and Maple Leaf
> official Bill Watters state that the Boston Bruins of the late 60's
> early 70's should have been a dynasty and won 4-5 Stanley Cups with the
> talent that they had. He also claimed that in their losses to Montreal
> in 1969 and 1971 as well as Philly in 1974 they were outcoached and
> placed the blame for those losses on Harry Sinden, Tom Johnson and Bep
> Guidlon. He also said the same about the Don Cherry era Bruins in so far
> as their loss in 1979 to Montreal.
> > I agree that with the talent on the Bruins in the early 70's they
> should have been more successful - but outcoached? Hmm not sure. Any
> > Craig
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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