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The Chicago BlackHawks – Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Final Drinking Game

12th
Jun. × ’13

It’s time for the last drinking game of the season (unless I do one for the draft) time to empty out the closet, and make sure you remember the results of the drinking game and possibly the series until fall when hockey starts up again. Take One Drink: You wish your local announce team were […]


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Penguins & Bruins: The Fragile Point

31st
May. × ’13

The Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins will square off in a best of seven series for the right to earn those final four wins against a western conference foe. For the Pittsburgh Penguins, Malkin, and Crosby will try and aid newcomer Neal, and grizzled veterans Iginla, and Morrow in earning there way into the history […]


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Northeast Divsion Preview

19th
Jan. × ’13

Oh what an off season. The surprise firing of Brian Burke, the lack of contract for P.K. Subban which will no doubt fuel the “Subban to Boston” rumor mill, and Chris Bourque son of Hall of Famer Ray Bourque coming home to Boston. Buffalo: This is Ryan Millers last change to prove his Vezina winning […]


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What’s The Scenario: Malcolm Subban

17th
Aug. × ’12

When the Boston Bruins drafted the younger brother of the Montreal Canadien’s P.K. Subban it created a tiny bit of consternation among fans of the spoked-B. First their was the question of why the team needed yet another goalie. Even with the question of how long Tukka Rask would continue to wear the black and […]


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Goalies Goalies Everywhere

28th
Jun. × ’12

Two of the NHL’s best known goalies signed new deals today. Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings. and Tuukka Rask of  Boston Bruins. The reigning Stanley Cup and Conn-Smyth winner arguably took a home town discount. His deal is reported right at $58 million for ten years. The deal will put his cap hit […]


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Rask Rattling Or Already Rattled?

25th
Jun. × ’12

The most asked, least answered question in regards to the Boston Bruins moves in the last four months has to be: Why do we need another goalie? The answer to that may just be that the Bruins suits lack confidence in the twenty-five year old Finn. Why would they lack confidence in what the constellation […]


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Boston Bruins Goaltending

1st
Jun. × ’12

Recently some interesting and oh-so-timely news came out of one of the Boston newsies regarding one of the Bruins goalies possibly being traded. While there was certainly a reason behind that article, I’m not sure it was a reasonable writeup. If you look at the way goalies are developed and handled across the NHL, both […]


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Goalie Depth: Boston Bruins Sign Niklas Svedberg

21st
May. × ’12

Report out of Europe indicate another addition to the goalie stable. The Bruins who signed WHL standout Adam Morrison have added another talent to the equation. Now before we dive into who might or might not be traded Niklas Svedberg does have some pretty outstanding numbers in the playoffs, and more than respectable numbers in […]


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Stacking the Pads: Playoff Goalies

11th
Apr. × ’12

Most years in order to win a championship in the NHL you need to have a goalie play above average and contribute to the win. That isn’t the same as giving a team the chance to win, or simply not costing the team a win. There have been exceptions to this, namely belonging to the […]


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