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OffseasonJun 20, 4 years ago

Fan Poll: Who do you want the Bruins to play opening night?

The Bruins home opener will be something special, there’s no doubt. The Garden will be rocking as the Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup banner is raised to its new home among the rafters. As much as Bruins fans never want this to end, the puck will eventuall…

UncategorizedJun 16, 4 years ago

A letter to Bruins fans, from Canucks writer

Throughout this action-packed seven game Stanley Cup Finals series, there was a lot more than just bodies being thrown around on the ice. From Game 1, all the way to the Boston Bruins hoisting Lord Stanley’s Cup last night inside the Rogers Are…

Post GameJun 16, 4 years ago

Bergeron finally rewarded for hard work

In his seven-year NHL career (all with the Bruins) Patrice Bergeron has endured the highest of highs and the lowest of lows. On October 27, 2007 Bergeron suffered a season-ending concussion after a hit-from-behind from then Flyers defensemen Randy Jo…

NewsJun 16, 4 years ago

Bruins’ victory parade to be held Saturday

Just moments after landing in Logan Airport with the Stanley Cup, Boston Mayor Tom Menino announced that the Bruins will be holding their parade on Saturday, June 18th, beginning at 11 a.m. The route will start at the TD Garden and finish at Copley S…

NewsJun 16, 4 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…

UncategorizedJun 14, 4 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 …