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One Day Later: Ranking the Bruins Free Agent Moves

2nd
Jul. × ’11

It’s not a secret that I find the Benoit Pouliot deal a tiny bit incomprehensible. You might say I find it just as curious as calling the anarchists who show up to sporting events with Molotov cocktails, gasoline and ski masks and then proceed to instigate a riot no matter the outcome “sports fans”. As […]


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The Bruins Season in Review Part 1

24th
Jun. × ’11

One of the fonder and more recent memories Bruins fans will have is of game two against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Patrice Bergeron is looking on from a suite, the first game of the series had been dropped, and neither the first or second lines looked engaged. The outlook was bleak. And then there was […]


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Game 7 Wrap Bruins – Canucks Stanley Cup Final

15th
Jun. × ’11

What a season. What a series. What a dream. Mark Recchi has said he’s done, and he got to go out on top of the mountain, in his home province. With an assist, a +3 and 4 faceoff wins off the wing and a couple good hits. He’s going to the Hall of Fame for […]


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16 Reasons For Home: Bruins Game 7 Stanley Cup Finals

15th
Jun. × ’11

16: One team has a coach who knows what the adjustments that need to be made after a loss are, the other one says “it doesn’t matter”. 15: Patrice Bergeron who has scored at least once goal in each round has yet to score against the Canucks. 14: The hockey gods are not kind to […]


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Game 3 Wrap Bruins vs Canucks Stanley Cup Finals

6th
Jun. × ’11

Before the games started their were dozens of  questions. When an infraction that is the NHL’s sworn responsibility to eliminate silenced the crowd, all the other questions went away and two new ones arose in their place. The first is how much damage was done to Nathan Horton by Aaron Rome’s headshot. The second was […]


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Game 2 Wrap Bruins – Canucks Stanley Cup Finals

5th
Jun. × ’11

Game 2 had both things to like, and things to dislike. The Bruins managed to convert on their powerplay with no less than Mark Recchi contributing a goal for the first time since April 27th against the Flyers. The game tying goal was also his first point of any kind since May 6th. If he’s […]


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Canucks – Bruins Stanley Cup Final Drinking game

1st
Jun. × ’11

This drinking game is not for the meek, I wouldn’t advise reading any further if you small bladder or high sensitivity to caffeine or alcohol. Take one drink when: The amount of time it’s been since the Bruins won a Cup is mentioned. Any mention of the Canunks never having won a Cup. The fact […]


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Boston Bruins NHL Draft Wishlist

31st
May. × ’11

I’m hardly discounting the rest of the season, but with the draft combine here and now, I can’t go another day without posting something. At forward for the Bruins only Recchi and Ryder are unsigned unrestricted free agents.  Brad Marchand is an RFA, and as this is his entry contract and he’s played just one […]


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Canucks & Bruins: Forward Comparison

31st
May. × ’11

As I mentioned over at Inside Hockey the core groups on these two teams are a little different, as is the team balance. A few more posts will break down other portions of the teams. Canucks: Top Line: Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Alex Burrows (except when it’s Kesler) This is purely an offensive line. Burrows […]


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