Carl Soderberg has taken on the role of Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak’s favorite Bruin, replacing Kaspars “The Dog Man” Daugavins from last year, and his physical presence is a big reason why.
Not since P. J. Axelsson became a salary cap casualty and deserted the NHL for his homeland after the 2008-09 season had a Swede pulled on a Bruins sweater before Carl Soderberg put an end to everyone’s anticipation and joined the Bruins late last season.
The Bruins lost their cool a bit against the Canadiens on Monday night, but Matt Kalman knows they’ll keep their cool should they meet up again.
Dave Goucher disagrees with those downplaying Boston’s 10-game win streak, saying many of the games were much more important to the Bruins’ opposition.
Andy Gresh and Scott Zolak believe this year’s team is better than the 2011 Cup winners based on the strength of their top-nine forwards.
Krug talks about being scratched, as well as Carl Soderberg, Zdeno Chara, and more with Gresh and Zo.
What the numbers don’t show you is that Soderberg was the most impressive Bruins skater from start to finish against Phoenix.
Cam Neely joined Felger & Mazz on Thursday, and stressed that Dougie Hamilton’s recent scratches are not performance related.
If he plays well and stays healthy at the Olympics, Loui Eriksson might be able to better show the Bruins the things they acquired him to provide.
Carl Soderberg will be rooting for Sweden in the upcoming Olympics, which would be like you rooting for your ex-wife to marry the perfect man after she divorces you because you took the job of your dreams rather than a position working in her dad’s store.