UncategorizedOct 7, 3 years ago

Recchi closes book on Hall-Of-Fame career

There’s no better way to end an amazing career then the way Mark Recchi ended his. The future first ballot Hall-Of-Famer called it quits after winning his third Stanley Cup last season. Recchi was suited up on the ice as the Bruins passed Lord Stan…

UncategorizedJun 14, 3 years ago

Recchi’s last hurrah

It’s no secret that Mark Recchi’s better days as an NHL player are behind him, with that in mind; Recchi has made it known that if the Bruins were to win the Stanley Cup he would retire. With a win in Game 7 Wednesday, Recchi can retire in a way …

UncategorizedJun 10, 3 years ago

Marchand doing more than scoring goals

Bruins rookie forward Bard Marchand is starting to become one of those players you hate, unless he’s on your team in which case you love the guy. There’s no doubt Marchand is a bit of a punk, but he certainly fits the role of a “big bad bruin…

UncategorizedMay 31, 3 years ago

With young talent future looks bright for Bruins

On the eve of the Bruins first Stanley Cup Finals appearance since 1990 things couldn’t be better for Bruins fans. Ask any Bruins fan how it was cheering for the Black and Gold during the early 2000’s, words like miserable and frustrating will co…

UncategorizedMay 16, 3 years ago

Bruins still trying to find power play success

After starting the playoffs 0-30 on the power play, Zdeno Chara blasted home the Bruins first power play goal in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals against the Philadelphia Flyers. In the Bruins series clinching Game 4 win, the Bruins once a…

UncategorizedMay 11, 3 years ago

With Bergeron out Lightning power play becomes scarier

For anyone that watches the Bruins on a consistent basis, you certainly know that Patrice Bergeron is arguably the best Bruins penalty killer. The loss of Bergeron will certainly help what is already a dangerous Lightning power play. In the 11 games …