Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 11/14/05 at 09:06 AM ET
With nearly a quarter of their season completed, the Bruins are among the most disappointing teams in the NHL. So how in the world did a team that believed it was positioned better than almost any other franchise to deal with the “new” NHL – taking almost a smug attitude about its master plan – end up in such a revolting predicament? It was a series of miscalculations – understandable, but miscalculations nonetheless – that helped produce a team that so far has been deeply flawed. The B’s own a .500 record (7-7-5), have lost their last three games and won just four of their last 14. This is the new, improved version of a team that, at this point in 2003-04, was 11-2-3-3.
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