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UncategorizedFeb 20, 5 years ago

Update on the Bruins’ Olympians progress

With each teams playing two games thus far, here’s how the Black-and-Gold members are faring for their respective countries in the 2010 Winter Olympics: Team Canada: [1-0-1, 5 points, 2nd place Group A] Center, No. 37 Patrice Bergeron:  0-1-1 sc…

UncategorizedFeb 18, 5 years ago

Tracking the Boston Bruins’ Olympians progress

With one game each under their belts, here’s how the Black-and-Gold are faring in the 2010 Winter Olympic games thus far: No. 46, Team Czech Republic – David Krejci: 0-0-0, 1 SOG, 14:20 TOI No. 18, Team Slovakia, Miroslav Satan: N/A No. 33, Tea…

UncategorizedFeb 17, 5 years ago

Two countries with historical ties face-off tonight

What was once a single-country in Central Europe, eventually split during the Velvet Revolution into two separate territories over 17 years ago, in the Velvet Divorce. These two countries are now  just moments away from lacing up the skates and fac…

NewsFeb 16, 5 years ago

Zdeno Chara named Captain of Team Slovakia

Boston Bruins defenseman and Norris Trophy winner, Zdeno Chara, confirmed to bruins.nhl.com that he will in fact be wearing the “C” on his Slovakian Olympic jersey. A Captain with the Bruins and now for his home country, Chara is one of 1…

NewsFeb 8, 5 years ago

Coach Julien on David Krejci: “I think it’s looking good”

After playing just 1:34 in yesterday’s 3-0 win against the Montreal Canadiens, Bruins’ center David Krejci played just three shifts before leaving with an undisclosed injuryduring the Original Six matchup. Krecji, who will be playing for …

NewsFeb 7, 5 years ago

Bruins hopeful for Krejci on Tuesday

David Krejci, who played just 1:34 of today’s game against the Canadiens, left the game with an undisclosed injury and did not return. The Bruins’ other three centers all stepped up and filled-in with added minutes for the ailing Krejci &…