Felger & Massarotti
Cam Neely discussed the Bruins’ drop in compete level, the pressures the team is feeling and trade deadline expectations.
Considering Tyler Seguin was in the building with the Dallas Stars, the young center who’s tied for the NHL lead in points was obviously a topic of discussion.
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One newcomer who’s played a major role in the turnaround has been 18-year-old David Pastrnak, the talented Czech whom the Bruins drafted in the first round of the 2014 draft.
“I’ve been doing this a long, long time and I’ve done a lot of different sports — I’ve seen some overreactions to things,” Michaels calmly explained.
Cam Neely disucssed the current state of the B’s, Tuukka Rask, Jack Johnson and financial risks for young players and much more with Felger & Mazz.
“Just for the plain and simple fact that they’re more talented than he is at this point of his career,” Chris Simms said.
“We can be better than we are right now. … We need to go out there and play the way we’re capable of playing.
On a crystal clear land line, Bruins president Cam Neely joined Michael Felger and Tony Massarotti on Thursday for his weekly chat.
“Who was the most penalized team last year? Seattle — defensively and overall, and they had more pass interference calls than any team in the league. And you know what? I’d live with that.”