1. Bruins' Marc Savard Gets His Name on the Cup, and Rightfully So

    Some players get free rides on their way to a championship. They don’t do much and get their name etched on the Cup or receive a ring engulfed with diamonds. Hello, Tomas Kaberle, the much-maligned Bruins defenseman, and J...

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  2. Games That Defined a Stanley Cup Champion: Boston Bruins vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

    There are certain moments in time that define a team. There are games that truly illustrate the genetic makeup of a champion. In this series, one game will be analyzed from each series of the Boston Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup Championship run...

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  3. Boston Bruins' Stanley Cup Reflections: The Youth Injection

    Not much is expected out of rookies (well, unless your name is Tyler Seguin or Joe Thornton) in the regular season (never mind the Stanley Cup playoffs). The NHL postseason is a pressure cooker and not for the faint of heart...

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  4. 10 Worst Boston Bruins' First Round Picks of the Past 30 Years

    Picking a player in the first round of the NHL draft is not an exact science. GM’s could be picking the next Sidney Crosby or Alexandre Daigle (who? Google him), but sometimes it’s a crap shoot...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 3 years ago 648 reads 9 comments

  5. Chad Ochocinco: His Social Media Empire and the Patriots' Way

    He has 1,861,487 Facebook friends. He has 2,419,971 followers on Twitter . He has his own game, “Mad Chad” available on iTunes. He has invited fans out for dinner. He has ridden a bull , played soccer for Sporting Kansas City , sported a "H...

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  6. Games That Defined a Stanley Cup Champion: Boston Bruins at Philadelphia Flyers

    There are certain moments in time that define a team. There are games that truly illustrate the genetic makeup of a champion. In this series, one game will be analyzed from each series of the Boston Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup Championship run...

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  7. Boston Bruins' Stanley Cup Reflections: David Krejci

    David Krejci’s 2010 playoffs came to an abrupt halt against the Flyers in Game 3 of the second round. Philadelphia Mike Richards laid an open ice hit injuring Krejci’s wrist and ending his season...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about 3 years ago 759 reads 8 comments

  8. Games That Defined a Stanley Cup Champion: Bruins at Canadiens

    There are certain moments in time that define a team. There are games that truly illustrate the genetic makeup of a champion. In this series, one game will be analyzed from each series of the Boston Bruins 2011 Stanley Cup championship run...

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  9. Boston Bruins Stanley Cup Reflections: Dennis Seidenberg

    When Dennis Seidenberg was acquired on March 3, 2010 from Florida along with Matt Bartkowski, he was supposed to fill the void for the departed Derek Morris...

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  10. My Bruins, Our Bruins: 2011 Stanley Cup Champions

    I don’t know what to say. I feel like I am in the "History Will be Made" commercial where Billy Guerin, Ray Bourque, and Bill Ranford (against the Bruins in ’90) are at a loss for words because they have reached the hockey pinnacle...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about 3 years ago 666 reads 5 comments

  11. Open Letter to Roberto Luongo and the Vancouver Canucks from a Bruins Fan

    Shut your traps—and not on someone’s finger either. Oh, I apologize, Alexandre Burrows; you said you didn’t think you chomped down on Patrice Bergeron’s finger like Pac-Man to a power pellet...

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  12. Tyler Seguin Has Been Filthy Rotten for the Boston Bruins in the Playoffs

    This “Filth” is not the filth you associate with Larry Flynt. This is not the filth that you hid under your mattress or on the top shelf of your closet...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about 3 years ago 633 reads 1 comments

  13. Boston Bruins Tales: Bruins Harpoon the Whale

    The year was 1990. The Boston Bruins edged out the Buffalo Sabres for the Adams Division title with 101 points, 16 more than their first-round opponent, the Hartford Whalers...

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  14. NHL Playoffs: Boston Bruins Fans Need To Cleanse Their Black and Gold Souls

    As I drove back from my friend’s house after the Bruins disappointing 3-1 loss to the Habs, my wife said, “You are not taking this loss that badly. You are talking about it...

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  15. Bruins' Tyler Seguin & Oilers Taylor Hall: The Final Tally

    Neither Tyler Seguin or Taylor Hall will be receiving the Calder Trophy in Las Vegas this summer. Rookie of the Year honors will likely go to the Hurricanes’ Jeff Skinner, who had 63 points (31 goals and 32 assists) in 82 games...

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  16. Boston Bruins Tales: The Death of the Montreal Jinx

    Montreal has always been the burr in the Bruins’ saddle. They always found a way to beat the Bruins, especially in the playoffs. The hated Habs beat the Black and Gold in the Finals in ’77 and ’78...

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  17. Boston Bruins: How Did This Original 6 Hockey Team Get Its Nickname?

    What is a Bruin exactly? We all know it’s a bear, but how did the Boston chapter of the Original Six earn the nickname? Most fans of the brown and yellow, now black and gold, may not even know the origins of their favorite hockey time...

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  18. Boston Bruins: Brad Marchand Has Some “Rat” in Him

    Being a lifelong fan of the Boston Bruins , I have seen a lot of players put on the jersey with the “Spoked B.” I can’t help but compare players from the current team to those that played for the Black and Gold in the '80s and '90s...

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  19. New England Patriots Football 2009: The 50th Season

    To say the Patriots 50th season in existence was one of change is a vast understatement. A change of the guard began in Foxboro in the front office and on the field. Many important pieces of the Patriots Dynasty were retiring or leaving town...

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  20. NFL Lockout: One New England Patriots Season-Ticket Holder's Perspective

    The NFL owners have locked out the players as of this Saturday, March 12. Both sides are fighting over, what else, money. On April 6, NFL owners and players will take their case to a court hearing...

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  21. Lowell's Micky Ward: Blue Collared Boxing Champion

    With the success of the motion picture “The Fighter,” the life of Lowell’s “Irish” Micky Ward has been exposed to the masses. Ward’s rag to riches tale is truly remarkable...

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  22. Boston Bruins' Tyler Seguin Faces Oilers' Taylor Hall in Rookies First Tilt

    It wasn’t Crosby-Ovechkin. It definitely wasn’t Lemieux-Gretzky. Just give them time. They are still kids. On February 27 th in Edmonton, the top two picks in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft squared off for the first time...

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  23. Boston Bruins Winger Milan Lucic Making an Argument for Team MVP

    You can hear Loooooch permeating throughout TD Garden, as winger Milan Lucic is experiencing a career season. Lucic has finally found his groove and the NHL is having a heck of time trying to stop him...

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  24. Bruins Tyler Seguin & the Oilers Taylor Hall: Midseason Report

    The All-Star break is upon us, so let’s check on the Tyler-Taylor Tally at the NHL’s midpoint of the season. When we last checked in on the top two picks of the 2010 entry draft, both Seguin and Hall had seven points in 16 games...

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  25. Top Ten Trades That Changed Boston Sports History

    There is no doubt Boston has a very rich sports history. Beantown has had its share of heartache but the city is still sniffing the vapor trails of the “Golden Age...

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