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Daily NewsDec 18, 1 day ago

Throwback Thursday: “24” joins eight Bruins’ greats

Throwback Thursday: “24” joins eight Bruins’ greats

This is Part Three, the final in a three-part series edited for Bruins Daily from previous NHL.com articles written by Bob Snow. He covered the retiring of Terry O’Reilly’s No. 24 for NHL.com.  October 24, 2002 BOSTON – Few Bruins wore mor…

Daily NewsDec 11, 1 week ago

Throwback Thursday: No. 8 joins Bruin greats

Throwback Thursday: No. 8 joins Bruin greats

This week’s Throwback Thursday is Part Two in a Three-Part series that is edited for Bruins Daily from previous NHL.com articles: the retiring of Bruins’ President Cam Neely’s No. 8. Snow covered the event for NHL.com. January 12, 2004 BOSTON &…

Daily NewsDec 4, 2 weeks ago

Throwback Thursday: “Cam”cording from Row 1

Throwback Thursday: “Cam”cording from Row 1

Bob Snow also writes for NHL.com. This week’s Throwback Thursday is Part One in a Three-Part series that is edited for Bruins Daily from previous NHL.com articles. Part Two is the retiring of Cam Neely’s No. 8 in 2004; Part Three is the retiring …

Daily NewsOct 30, 2 months ago

Bruins issue statements on Mayor Tom Menino’s passing

Bruins issue statements on Mayor Tom Menino’s passing

The Hub was saddened by the news of the death of former Boston Mayor Tom Menino, who passed away early Thursday morning after a battle with cancer. Fellow Bostonians have shared their thoughts through social media and other platforms to express their…

NewsJul 8, 5 months ago

Bruins new practice facility to be built in Allston-Brighton

Bruins new practice facility to be built in Allston-Brighton

Since 1987-88, the Boston Bruins have called Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington their home rink for practices. By the fall of 2016, they’ll have a new place for training. On Tuesday, the team announced that it signed a letter of intent for a long-te…

Daily NewsMay 2, 8 months ago

When an intense rivalry turns into off-ice hatred

When an intense rivalry turns into off-ice hatred

The on-ice moments in the Bruins-Canadiens rivalry speak for themselves. From Ken Dryden’s heroics in the 1971 Stanley Cup Semifinals and too many men eight years later, to the B’s lifting the ghosts at the old Montreal Forum in ’88…