When the NHL Bruins take the ice at TD Garden, the arena is filled with fans donning black and gold jerseys with the names of players that currently lace up the skates for Boston, but you can also see some jerseys with Bruins legends as well. When you look in the stands at an Alumni … Keep Reading
On January 16th, the Cambridge, Massachusetts native Stephen Leach will celebrate his 56th birthday. Leach has been a hockey native in New England since college when he played for the University of New Hampshire from 1984-1986. During the 1984 NHL Entry Draft, the Washington Capitals selected Leach 34th overall. However, since Leach was still playing … Keep Reading
On August 9th current Bruins Broadcaster and Bruins Alumni Andy Brickley will be celebrating his 60th birthday. Brickley is well known in the New England area, as he was born in Melrose, Massachusetts, and played collegiate hockey for the University of New Hampshire. In honor of Andy Brickley celebrating his 60th birthday, let’s take a look back … Keep Reading
In an article posted to The Bangor Daily News Monday morning, Larry Mahoney broke the news that former UMaine player and coach Ben Guite would become the head coach of the ECHL Maine Mariners, replacing Riley Armstrong, who is moving into an assistant’s role with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the Philadelphia Flyers AHL affiliate. At the time … Keep Reading
Jack Edwards and Andy Brickley (aka Brick), since the 2007-2008 NHL Hockey Season, have been the play-by-play Boston Bruins commentary Duo for New England Sports Network (NESN). Both are New Hampshire natives and were affiliated with the University of New Hampshire (UNH).
Per RinksideRhodeIsland.com writer Mark Divver, Manchester, New Hampshire continues to produce rumors with the return of professional hockey. Commonly known in the Northeastern part of the United States as ManchVegas, the largest city in the state initially had a firm grip in the hockey community when the American Hockey Leagues Manchester Monarchs team was … Keep Reading
In the early years of the Amesbury Maples organization, first-team managers Armand Hudon and Emilien “Mickey” Jutras would predominantly scout local talent in the town of Amesbury, Massachusetts. As the team was gaining notoriety in the Merrimack Valley of Essex County with their play on the ice, the need to get better year-by-year sometimes had the organization looking outside of town … Keep Reading
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