Home Sick: Bruins Woes At the Garden Continue

November 14th, 2010 by Joe Gill Leave a reply »
After the Bruins 2-0 loss to Ottawa, Boston is indeed, “Home Sick.”

Not that they miss their home because their play does not illustrate that at all. Rather, that their abysmal play in front of the Bruins faithful has been quite sickening.

So far in this young season, the Spoked B is 2-4-1 on Causeway and 6-1 on the road.

Home Sweet Home? Far from it.

This trend continues to baffles me.

As we all recall, they were HORRID last year in home games going 18-17-6. However, they were spirited road warriors posting a very respectful 21-13-7 record.

And we all know what happened in the playoffs last year. I think I just threw up in my mouth writing that. It still makes me grab my favorite bottle of Maalox anytime I conjure up the memories of their epic collapse.

In the first round against Buffalo, the Bruins showed signs of home ice advantage winning all three games at TD Garden. Then they won the opening two games against Philadelphia en route to a 3-0 series lead.

Then it happened (pipe in horror movie music please).

The Bruins lost a hard fought OT match in Game Four.< ...

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