Jon Cooper’s Adjustments, Keys To Game 4 & More; It’s A New JoeBoltsFan Podcast

August 27th, 2020

What a difference a couple of days can make… A Monday JoeBoltsFan podcast may have been a little on the negative side, but after Games 2 and 3, there is reason for genuine optimism. Breaking down Boston-Bolts Games 1-3, noting Jon Cooper’s wise adjustments, the keys to Game 4 and a fresh Great Bolt Breakdown – this is the JoeBoltsFan Podcast, presented all playoffs long by Bill Currie Ford! Thanks again to our friends at Bill Currie Ford!

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2 Responses to “Jon Cooper’s Adjustments, Keys To Game 4 & More; It’s A New JoeBoltsFan Podcast”

  1. Herb Says:

    It would seem Maroon is more than just a tough guy. You’re right, he is laughing his way through the playoffs, and I think it’s having a positive impact on the team. I love how he leans over the rail and starts smack-taking with the opposing players. I don’t know what he’s saying but it sure looks like it’s having an impact. Boston looked completely lost in the third period of game 3.

    But more than that I think Maroon is having an impact on Jon Cooper. How many times did Cooper scream at the refs during game 3 when he didn’t like a call? That is something Cooper wasn’t prone to do in the past.

    You are also right when you say we have no idea which Lightning team will show up for game 4. They could fall flat on their face.

    I”m most concerned by…
    Sergachev – who knows when his laziness will cost us a game
    Cirelli – what happened to the balls-to-the-wall Cirelli of last year?
    Shattenkirk – I’m not sure what he brings to the table.

  2. Tom Lang Says:

    You’re right about Coop’s nature – he gets pissed off on the bench every once in a while but there seems to be a bit more consistency to his outward smarminess. Don’t get me wrong, he’s usually smarmy in pressers – but not as often on the bench.

    Sergy was in a better groove before the break for sure, I think he’ll emerge again, but it may be next year. For now, all I ask is no telegraphed shots on PP that lead to odd man PK rushes and as many clean zone exit passes as he can muster.

    You know my thoughts on Cirelli, he was fine pre-pandemic. I think he got hurt in the round robin.

    22? Agreed, if offense isn’t there, Coburn is a better option.