Bruins’ Horrific Nightmare Becomes Playoff Dream

April 10th, 2010 by Joe Gill Leave a reply »
If the Bruins' season was a horror movie, it may be entitled, “Zombie Bruins: The Black and Gold Undead!"

This hockey team would not die.

Matt Cooke, as vile as the Freddy Krueger himself, nearly decapitates Marc Savard and puts him in a concussed state of darkness for the rest of the season.

The NHL Axis of Evil looks the other way and the Pittsburgh headhunter walks away unpunished.

The Battle of Black and Gold between the Bruins and Pens was supposed to be a bloodbath. Any horror fan or hockey fan would love this script of revenge and retribution.

It was straight out of Hollywood.

Unfortunately, this dud went right to DVD. The Bruins fans all but wrote off this band of underachievers.

But they were the undead.

They almost cut off Dennis Seidenberg’s hand and the rest of the depleted defensive corps steps up.

Tim Thomas, the reigning Vezina trophy winner, takes a seat on the pine because of his ghastly play.

And lurking in the shadows, with a rabid bear mask, is rookie Tuukka Rask. His play has put fear in the opposition all season. His GAA and save ...

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