Bruins 2015 Resolution Points and a Stanley Cup

With 2014 behind the Boston Bruins need to think ahead and positive. They need to put a disasterous game seven loss to the canadiens behind them. At home and a very disappointed Bruins crowd. They need to put the up and down 2014 season start behind them and move on. They need to overcome injuries to Zedeno Chara, Adam Mcquaid, Dave Wsrsofsky  behind them and move on.                                                                                                                                                                                             So what does it take to move on? It means going back to the basics,sticking with the game plan. Believing in yourself and the system. They have one of the best coaches in the league in Claude Julian. They still have a decent core that can get them to a game seven Stanley Cup final.But it ‘s going to take a gut check and trust in each other in order to get to the promised land. They.re still a fairly young team with forwards Riley Smith, Seth Griffith,and Craig Cunningham. It takes time to develop into the player that’s expected of you. Griffith as shown flashes of brilliance. But it’s just flashes. Craig Cunningham is mediocre but works hard. Defense man Kevan Miller, and Torrey Krug are young but very talented. Miller plays the tough phyisical game the the Bruins like. Veteran Dave Warsofsky is still young but injured as is Adam Mcquaid.Superstar defense man Zedeno Chara is back from injury and fairly healthy. The Bruins are far more talented tan their record shows 19-15 and sixth place. Injuries are no excuse for a sub par performance but trust  and hard work are a step in the right direction.                                                                                                           I

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