Cam Neely Helps Boston Bruins Find Consistency, Win Games

March 4th, 2011 by Steven Baldassari Leave a reply »
The Bruins, a storied franchise that have seen some of the greatest players in NHL history wear their team's jersey proudly, have won numerous Stanley Cups and are looking to rise to greatness once again in 2011.

One of the NHL greats spoken of is former Bruins right winger Cam Neely. Neely is now the president of the Bruins and he knows a thing or two about playing hockey at a high level. In his day, Cam Neely was not only a great goal scorer, but a feared fighter on the ice.

As recently as December, Neely stressed that the B's are a better team than they have been playing like and really feels that a key issue that needs to be addressed is their inconsistency.

To be consistent, Cam feels the Bruins need to improve their power plays.

The Hall of Famer also spoke about some reported tiffs between various Bruins players at practices on occasion.

"You have to respect each other, you don't have to necessarily like each other," he said. "When things are going bad, you should be a little ornery, antsy and upset. From my perspective, if guys are battling each other in practice and and are upset, it's not necessarily a bad thi ...

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