'The once-proud Original Six team'
Harry Sinden is finally gone
. The Bruins may now improve a bit with the departure of its morose president who actually said yesterday that 'unfortunately' success in sports is sometimes measured by championships. That quote alone should be Exhibit A in any bar debate over Harry's culpability in the demise of a once great franchise. The Jacobs family clearly deserves primary blame. But Harry was their Eeyore
company man to the bitter end. ... I like Bob
a lot. But linking Harry Sinden with Red Auerbach in the same sentence, even remotely, is utterly absurd. Harry may have been a good bean counter. But Ernst & Young has better ones -- and I sure hope I haven't put thoughts in the Bruins owner's mind by saying that. ...