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NewsJun 16, 3 years ago

Hearts of a champion

There were certain points during the 2010-11 season where the Bruins could have easily caved in to the pressure. Instead the resilient Boston squad embraced the situations they were given and were rewarded with hockey’s ultimate prize in Game 7…

PreviewsJun 8, 3 years ago

Time for Bruins, Canucks, to put “Crap” aside

BOSTON – Yesterday, Mike Murphy, NHL Vice President of Hockey Operations, made it clear to both teams that the post whistle finger taunting – as seen in the last two games from both the Vancouver Canucks (Maxim Lapierre in Game 2) and Boston Brui…

PreviewsJun 8, 3 years ago

Bruins forced to adjust without Horton in Game 4

BOSTON – With Nathan Horton out for the rest of the playoffs, the Bruins will have to decide on who fills Horton’s void on the top line with Milan Lucic and David Krejci. That is the million-dollar question heading into Game 4 of the Stanley Cup …

PreviewsJun 7, 3 years ago

Fan poll: Bruins and Canucks forced to make lineup changes

With Bruins forward Nathan Horton, and Canucks defensemen Aaron Rome out for the rest of the Stanley Cup Finals, both teams’ lineups will look different in Game 4. With the Bruins losing one of their top forwards, and the Canucks losing a bottom-si…

NewsJun 7, 3 years ago

Horton feeling better as Bruins and Canucks react to Rome suspension

The Bruins announced late this afternoon that Nathan Horton has been released from Massachusetts General Hospital and is at home resting. Horton spent the night in the hospital after a viscous late hit from Canucks defensemen Aaron Rome during the fi…

NewsJun 7, 3 years ago

NHL suspends Aaron Rome for four games.

Along with Nathan Horton, Canucks defensemen Aaron Rome will miss the remainder of the Stanley Cup Finals, but at least Rome knew where he was after he laid out Horton with a vicious late hit. A few minutes into Monday night’s Game 3 of the Stanley…