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    'the trade' starting to look a little better

    never has it looked this decent, for us... kessel's white-hot and we now learn this about Seguin:

    Tyler Seguin was born with a congenital hip condition that could make the 19-year-old more prone to future injury, according to ESPNBoston.com. Seguin must be proactive about maintaining strength in the hip area to prevent a repetitive-stress injury.

    In an e-mail, general manager Peter Chiarelli confirmed his statements made to ESPNBoston, including that he is not concerned about Seguin’s hip. Seguin has not been affected by the condition.

    “I will not comment on speculation on future medical issues,’’ Chiarelli wrote.

    Tim Thomas and David Krejci have required hip procedures. Thomas underwent surgery following the 2009-10 season; Krejci had his operation after the 2008-09 season.
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    You failed to mention he is leading the Bruins in scoring in his second season

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    ^ Shhhhhhhhhhh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavy16 View Post
    You failed to mention he is leading the Bruins in scoring in his second season
    This lol.

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    and of course the other two guys.

    Still, at this moment, I am willing to move on with discussion of this trade.

    At the time it was dumb and it will likely be a lose long term but its done and we should be talking about future moves. Of course anyone who wants to review Burke's job performance of course needs to consider it

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    Phil Kessel leads the NHL in goals and Joe Colborne leads the AHL in goals

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavy16 View Post
    You failed to mention he is leading the Bruins in scoring in his second season
    lol

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    the trade at the time was a good one IMO.


    of course now, it doesnt look good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lavy16 View Post
    You failed to mention he is leading the Bruins in scoring in his second season
    that cant be hard
    their leading scorer last yr had 65 pts

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    Quote Originally Posted by browntown View Post
    Phil Kessel leads the NHL in goals and Joe Colborne leads the AHL in goals
    on top of that boston is in last place while the leafs have there 1st rounder

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    Quote Originally Posted by browntown View Post
    Phil Kessel leads the NHL in goals and Joe Colborne leads the AHL in goals
    Joe Colborne wasn't in this trade...

    Quote Originally Posted by ramz.n View Post
    on top of that boston is in last place while the leafs have there 1st rounder
    No they don't.........

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    Looking back on the trade, we were definitely the losing team. However, watching as how Kessel has fit in with our offense this season makes it easier to forget about Seguin & co.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McJoe View Post
    Joe Colborne wasn't in this trade...



    No they don't.........
    correct on both fronts though we have Boston's second round pick

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrice9 View Post
    correct on both fronts though we have Boston's second round pick
    Wrong again.

    That pick went to the Avs for Liles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tito Santana View Post
    Wrong again.

    That pick went to the Avs for Liles.
    True, forgot about that

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