paddy wrote: Arachnid wrote:
What I wanna know is....How can you fit all of those Leafs in your mouth?!
The Make Beliefs have a total career 200 games of post-season experience on their team. That's it. 200.
In 2011 season alone Boston has over 300 games experience. I didn't count all the years all their players have tasted the real season. Probably well over 1000 man games.
Same with Montreal, same with Pittsburgh.
Regular (lock-out) season means shyte.
Come back when one round is done and we will talk (as opposed to you using your ass).
If fighting means crappola then stop using it as your lame argument of greatness.
Spidey u of all people residing in the center of the universe has gotta have a feeling for Boston vs Toronto Spidey the Big Bad Bruins want no part of them and deep down u know this to be true... given there recent injuries and their piss poor play for about a month this isn't a good matchup for the bruins...
Well then that's why I am more qualified than you to tell you this team is playing beyond it's capability right now...not arguing they aren't a good young team but that's just it. They haven't proven jackshit yet people like you and BulgeDud swallow anything and everything that comes down the pipe about them.
Let's see...they beat the New Jersey Devils 2-0 Rhymie gets a SO stopping over 30 shots.
The Devils are one of the most if not the most anemic teams in the league right now.
Montreal is choking on everything right now yet the TML blows them out and they are the REAL DEAL.
Really? That's something to get excited about? The Bears do have some injuries right now but so will the Laughs, that's how the post-season rolls...
If I have learned one thing from living here it's Don't believe the hype
(or are you planning a Raptors/Blue Jay championship parade too?!
Again, wait until round one is almost done and them comeback and tell us how this is a monster Stanley Cup contender (and hey, who wouldn't dream for a Laugh/Canuck Final?
We are not a playoff team....yet... -Spidey, before the season began™