Monthly Archives: September 2010

Shame Shame Shame

24th
Sep. × ’10

Bruins Boston Management, NESN, 98.5 The Sports Hub, this post is for you. Last fall, in the most talked about transaction of any Boston sports team in the past twelve months the Bruins traded soft and speedy right winger Phil Kessel to Toronto. In return they got two picks in the draft in June of […]


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Bruins Update

22nd
Sep. × ’10

With Savard likely out at least a month, and Sturm down checked until probably December, the race for roster spots has gotten even more interesting. I went to the second rookie game against the Islanders and was treated to more hustle and grit from some players than I had expected. Jamie Arniel was relentless about […]


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The back and forth part three

8th
Sep. × ’10

Marc Savard: I’m not sure which was more traumatic for Savard, a regular season where he landed on the shelf more often than score-sheet or an off season where he was the subject of more rumors than any other player in the NHL with a contract. It was just days after the playoffs ended with […]


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Bruins probable opening night lineup

8th
Sep. × ’10

With very few changes in the roster, the Bruins opening night lineup is pretty easy to nail down. For the sake of discussion the guys in bold are going to be playing unless injured. The guys in italics are the guys on the bubble who have camp to prove they deserve the spot and the […]


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