Tag Archives: Boston Bruins

Opening Week Games To Watch

1st
Oct. × ’13

October 1: The Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens will get the headlines, but if you want the best game of the night, it isn’t this one. It isn’t The Winnipeg Jets and Edmonton Oilers, it is the Washington Capitals taking on the Chicago Blackhawks in Chicago, you’ve got a banner raising, the return of […]

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Can You Count On Crosby?

18th
Sep. × ’13

Since the last full season lost to disputes between players and owners, there has been one face of a 30 city, league that plays in two nations, adherents of a dozen religions, and millions of people. With the aid of enormous advertising dollars, his own native talent, and the cooperation of the NHL’s owners and […]

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Game Lineups: Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins Roster notes

16th
Sep. × ’13

The Canadiens: Are clearly trying to get Carey Price into a rhythm early. In the last month of last season he edged away from the solid pace he’d set the first two thirds of the season. Douglas Murray, Jarred Tinordi, and Darren Dietz are all auditioning for defensive partners and call up priority. The forward […]

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Gary Bettman The NHL’s Unifying Force

13th
Sep. × ’13

One thing you can’t help but notice if you pay attention to the support structure (fans) for any entertainment is that there are cliques within each and every fandom. Fans will split off any given group into factions, and the diffusing of energy can lead to groups struggling, or even going to extent. In science […]

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Boston Bruins Top 6 Bottom 6 vs Nine-Three Spilt

12th
Sep. × ’13

When the season opens if all goes  according to the master plan of Peter Chiarelli and Cam Neely, the Boston Bruins will look less like they did last season, and more like they did when they ran the table and collected Lord Stanley’s Cup. In the past two seasons the Boston Bruins had a clear […]

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7 Least Surprising Off Season NHL Events

6th
Sep. × ’13

The NHL has surprises here and there, injuries unexpected firings, and ridiculous hirings. But the for the most part, NHL observers can expect exactly the train-wrecks and triumphs that are written in the stars just waiting to be read. 7:  Jarome Iginla & Brendan Morrow Both Morrow and Iginla ended up as part of the […]

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The First Five Games: The Detroit Red Wings

27th
Aug. × ’13

Last season’s Red Wings had to live with the reality of a Lidstrom-less existence. It showed more in their finishing 21st in goals for than other parts of their game. Datsyuk and Zetterberg put in heroic efforts over the shortened season that the two aging stars may or may not be able to duplicate in […]

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The First Five Games: Columbus Blue Jackets

25th
Aug. × ’13

The Columbus Blue Jackets had a wildly up and down season that saw them in 14th in the West on February 1, in dead last on the 26th, up to 11th and just 3 points out of the playoffs on April 7, in 8th place on April 19th, and ultimately falling short of the playoffs […]

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The First Five Games: Boston Bruins

16th
Aug. × ’13

Last season the Bruins went to the Stanley Cup finals despite an indifferent regular season. They had to fight like mad the last 20 minutes of playing time in game seven of the opening round to beat the Maple Leafs. In the second round laid the wood on the New York Rangers and beat them […]

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