1. Pat Burns Dead At 58...Or...Not...

    Rumors tend to bite people right in the...well you know where. This is the latest blunder in mainstream media just trying to get the first word out...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about almost 4 years ago 502 reads 1 comments

  2. Boston Bruins: Savard Rumor Quashed, Bergeron Wants To Stay in Black & Gold

    After months of speculation, Boston Bruins' GM Peter Chiarelli has announced that Marc Savard is staying put as a member of the B's. ESPN's James Murphy was speaking with Chairelli regarding the matter...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about almost 4 years ago 1,417 reads 1 comments

  3. Non-Rumor: The Bruins Agree To Wheeler's Arbitration Ruling

    With the Arbitration ruling handed down, the Boston Bruins agreed to the decision, and Blake Wheeler is off the Free Agency market reporting a $2.2 million dollar 1-year contract...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about almost 4 years ago 489 reads 0 comments

  4. RANT: Who Needs Rumors and Hacks?

    Let me tell you what frustrates me. Unfounded Rumors and Hacks. When I was a kid, sports news was just that. News. With the advent of the Internet, everybody is a professional and they know what they are talking about...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about almost 5 years ago 227 reads 12 comments

  5. The CBA: Big, Lengthy NHL Contracts...When Is Enough Really Enough?

    When a player is asking for a large portion of the cap space, it's not hard to see why owners and general managers want to work the cap hit in a favorable way...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 389 reads 2 comments

  6. Marc Savard Still a Boston Bruin, So What Now?

    With talks still swirling regarding the Boston Bruins and Marc Savard's future with the club, he is still, to date, a Boston Bruin. Every story that the Bruins are coming up with, you'll find a Marc Savard comment in there somewhere...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 1,048 reads 18 comments

  7. Some Players Still Out of Touch with The NHL Cap World

    After years of youngsters growing up watching their hockey heroes play, they had two things in mind: I want to play in the NHL and make a lot of money.....

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 504 reads 4 comments

  8. Boston Bruins: Peter Chiarelli and Cam Neely: Do They Know What's Best?

    With all the changes and adjustments that need to be made, a lot of Boston Bruins fans are asking President Cam Neely and GM Peter Chiarelli the similar question that was asked of former ...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 986 reads 5 comments

  9. Marc Savard and Boston Bruins' Trade Chatter: To Rumor or Not To Rumor?

    The rumor mill makes its way through the NHL like clockwork, and it finds its way to the Boston Bruins with talks that an imminent trade is in the works for centerman Marc Savard...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 3,322 reads 52 comments

  10. 2010 NHL Draft: Bruins pick Tyler Seguin with 2nd Overall Pick

    The Boston Bruins picked Tyler Seguin as the second overall pick of the 2010 NHL Draft. Seguin is a welcomed addition to the offensive core, which suffered greatly in the 2009-10 campaign...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 875 reads 0 comments

  11. NHL Trade: Florida's Horton, Campbell To Boston For Wideman and Two Draft Picks

    Nathan Horton and Greg Campbell are Panthers no more. Recent news confirms that the two forwards are shipping up to Boston in exchange for defenseman Dennis Wideman, their 2010 15th overall draft pick, and their 2011 third-round pick...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 550 reads 4 comments

  12. Chicago Blackhawks: 2009-2010 Stanley Cup Champions

    Ending a drought that nearly lasted half a century, the Chicago Blackhawks have brought Lord Stanley's mug back to the Windy City for the first time since 1961...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 4,082 reads 3 comments

  13. Stanley Cup Finals: Game Five Ends in Byfuglien Style, Hawks One Win Away

    Game Five was a replay of Game One in terms of the play of both teams. While the amount of goals were 11, just like Game one, it was the Blackhawks that won in a comfortable 7-4 final ...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 345 reads 7 comments

  14. Stanley Cup Finals 2010: It's a Three Game Series Now, Who Will Blink First?

    The Orange Crush at the Wachovia Center was just what the doctor ordered for the Philadelphia Flyers as they went into Game Four down a game. We now have a new series...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 438 reads 5 comments

  15. Stanley Cup Finals 2010: Philadelphia Flyers Make It a Series with OT Win

    Game 3 and the series is shifted to the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia. The Hawks were going into the Orange Crush with a 2-0 series lead hoping to put a strangle hold on the Stanley Cup Final...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 365 reads 0 comments

  16. Stanley Cup 2010: Former Flyer Give Hawks 2-0 Series Lead

    Game 2 at the Madhouse On Madison proved to be a barn burner as both teams promised to not let another scoring melee occur and both teams delivered...sort of.....

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 166 reads 2 comments

  17. Stanley Cup: Lady Luck Shines on Chicago as 'Hawks Go Up 1-0

    Game One of the Stanley Cup Finals was NOTHING what I expected it to be in terms of scoring. This game had more of a preseason tune-up feel to it in terms of performance on both teams...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 87 reads 1 comments

  18. Stanley Cup Final: The Blackhawks and Flyers are Cup Bound

    A dance-a-thon had 16 competitors in April and now, the dance floor is cleared and the last two standing are left to decide who will hoist Lord Stanley's Cup—the Western Conference's ...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 172 reads 0 comments

  19. Flyers-Canadiens: Flyers D Takes Series One Win Away From the Finals

    Defense. That was the name of the game that was missing from Game Three at the Bell Centre. Hi Sports Fans. Sorry I didn't cover an article for Game Three as I was on the road...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 174 reads 0 comments

  20. Flyers-Canadiens: Philly Blanks Habs in Game 2, Take 2-0 Series Lead

    Game two is in the books and while the Habs promised to pound back on the Flyers, the result was the same as game one...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 168 reads 0 comments

  21. Stanley Cup Playoffs: What Happened in Habs-Flyers in Game 1?

    Honestly, The Flyers have it deep on offense and defense. They have the larger bodies, not only to take the smaller Habs roster into the boards (and hard), but also to really make ...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 213 reads 2 comments

  22. Boston Bruins-Philadelphia Flyers Make History: B's on the Short End

    Game Seven proved to be barn burner and it did. Unfortunately, for the Boston Bruins, they made history in a manner they did not want to. Being the fourth team in Professional Sport History to lose a series after being up 3-0 in a seven game series...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 729 reads 13 comments

  23. What the Boston Bruins Need To Do To Advance in Game Seven

    So it has now come down to this: Game Seven. The Boston Bruins were just about given the key to the Eastern Conference Finals after Game Three finished with a 4-1 win in the Philadelphia Flyers' own barn...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 39 reads 0 comments

  24. Flyers Force G7: Shipping Up To Boston....Again...

    The Boston Bruins had three chances to put the Boston/Flyers series away, and they failed all three times to do so. With the 2-1 win in Game Six, they are shipping up to Boston......

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  25. Flyers Blank B's: Force Game 6 In Philly

    The Philadelphia Flyers are flying high after a convincing 4-0 win against the Boston Bruins at the Garden. This is the 1st loss for the Bruins at home in these playoffs. While the Flyers played that well, the Bruins played that bad...

    Cory Ducey Written by Cory Ducey about 4 years ago 51 reads 0 comments