Monthly Archives: December 2011

Boston Bruins 2011 Top Ten Stories: 1-2

31st
Dec. × ’11

This is the final write up on 2011 the previous posts covering 3-4, 5-7, 8-10. Number two: Stanley Cup After four decades, the Cup was brought home to the Causeway. No city in America has hungered for a championship at this level. The other three teams in town had won recently. The entire career of […]


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Landing spots for Sean Avery

31st
Dec. × ’11

John Torterella in his never ending quest to be the largest personality in New York has again decided the Rangers can do without the services of one Sean Avery. Why it is that Torterella singles out a player to put in the doghouse deservedly or not each season is anyones guess.  It could be just […]


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Boston Bruins 2011 Top Ten Stories: 3-4

30th
Dec. × ’11

This is part three previous installments can be found here and here. Number four: Concussions Bergeron and Horton In the waning moments of the Philadelphia sweep with the TD Garden crowd in full roar and doubt dwindling faster than the hopes and dreams of the city of brotherly love, one hit shocked a crowd. Claude […]


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Hot and Wild

30th
Dec. × ’11

The NHL season wouldn’t be the same without rumors of one or more major talents being shuffled across the map. A lot of the speculation has centered on one Jarome Iginla the last three or four years. They chaos that has been the front office of the team for much of the last decade has […]


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Boston Bruins 2011 Top Ten Stories: 7-5

29th
Dec. × ’11

This is part two, part one which had 8-10 and an honorable mention is here. Number seven: Mad For Marchand One of the most mesmerizing stories for fans was the hellion from Halifax making the team. He wasn’t supposed to. Arniel, Hamill, Suave, Caron, Colborne were all counted to be well ahead of Marchand on […]


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NHL 36

29th
Dec. × ’11

NHL 36 is a new “all access” show that will follow around one NHL star for 36 hours. It airs on NHL network. The first episode featured All Star Chicago Blackhawk and US Olympian Patrick Kane. His episode followed around Kane and mostly his father. One highlighted segment was his dropping the puck for the […]


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Boston Bruins 2011 Top Ten Stories: 8-10

28th
Dec. × ’11

Two thousand eleven was the most exciting, enthralling and simply satisfying year to be a Boston Bruins game in almost four decades. Some of the stories that made the year special are due a little more talking about. Honorable Mention: Zach to Zenith In 2007 the Bruins picked a small, skilled center from the Everett […]


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NHL Players To Watch

27th
Dec. × ’11

The NHL has a lot of players. You’d never know this from the advertising that might mention six or seven, and usually only one or two,  you know who they are. Despite the dearth of mentions of other players worth noting, here’s a few to know. Some are purely fun to watch, some might give […]


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Bruins Holiday Wishlist

24th
Dec. × ’11

Zach Hamill: 1st NHL goal. Brad Marchand: A tattoo artist who can spell. Patrice Bergeron; For every other French Canadian in the NHL to stop diving. Andrew Ference: For you to recycle. Zdeno Chara: To stop getting penalties for being bigger and stronger. Benoit Pouliot: A contract stating he gets to play on Chris Kelly’s […]


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