BRUINS OLD AND NEW READY FOR START OF SEASON

Matt BernierContributor ISeptember 15, 2010

With less than a month untill the start of the 2010-2011 season the Bruins hit the ice for captians pratice. Players have said that the tragic ending to last season was a huge dissapointment but now serves as a boost of excitment to step on the ice and start this season. Bruins coaches and staff say that watching the team durring captians practice and rookie camp all the players and prospects are ready to do everything they can to bring the Stanley Cup to Boston.

Boston fans were packed into Ristuccia Arena to view not only team practice but some new players that they are looking forward to seeing come opening night. Second draft pick Tyler Seguin is the most anticipated player on fans list to watch. Seguin tallied 48 goals, 58 assists in a total of 63 games giving him a total of 106 points for the season. he also collected 54 penalty mineuts. the second player on fans lists to watch is former Florida Panther Nathen Horton. Horton came into his rookie season and totaled 22 points in his first 55 games he is a fast all around foward who can do what ever you need him to do to win the game whether its score set up a goal on a powerplay or drop the gloves he does it all and is what will make him such an exciting player to watch this season.

The Bruins season starts Saturday October 9th In Prague Czech Republic vs the Phienox Coyotes on Verses. The season here starts October 16th at New Jersey.

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