The Boston Bruins have a long and storied history as being the third-oldest active team in the NHL and the oldest in the United States. Since their formation in 1924, the franchise has had 29 head coaches. While many weren’t always lucky, there are few that enjoyed tremendous success and were even privileged … Keep Reading
Watching the Bruins’ third line of Taylor Hall, Charlie Coyle, and Trent Frederic is reminiscent of the Milan Lucic, David Krejci, and Nathan Horton line from 2011, which impacted Boston’s Stanley Cup win over the Vancouver Canucks in seven games.
Coyle is not quite the matrix-style of player Krejci is, … Keep Reading
With 13 games played, the Boston Bruins have been nothing short of amazing. They are 11-2-0 and lead the league in almost every category. The defense has been okay, with one player standing out the most – Hampus Lindholm. The 6’4 defenseman has been the best blue liner by far for Boston this … Keep Reading
Being an Original Six franchise in the Nation Hockey League means plenty of history to sift through when picking the best of the best. Having already compiled the lists of best defensemen, goalies, and right and left wings, the next “best of” series brought me to bench bosses.
Who doesn’t love a good merlot? It’s friendly, balanced, popular, and versatile. Fortunately for Bruins fans, we were spoiled by merlot for four years with the output, toughness, and passion of Gregory Campbell, Daniel Paille, and Shawn Thornton. But unfortunately, there hasn’t been another group of players to duplicate what that fourth line … Keep Reading
It’s been 11 years. Eleven years since the Boston Bruins completed an incredible playoff run by beating the Vancouver Canucks, 4-0, in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final to end a 39-year drought between championships.
A lot has changed with the Black and Gold since 2011, but memories of the Cup run remain vivid for Bruins … Keep Reading
On this day in Bruins history, June 15th, 2011, the Stanley Cup was raised high above the head of Brad Marchand while Patrice Bergeron’s bubbly shook all over the victor’s locker room (and mine over the Lou Ha’s Bar).
Boston, for the first time since 1972, won the greatest trophy in all of sports by playing a … Keep Reading
The Bruins firing of Bruce Cassidy earlier this week was a sobering moment. After five-plus seasons of success, including six playoff appearances, a game removed from a Stanley Cup, and the President’s Trophy, Mr. Cassidy left an indelible footprint on one of the Bruins’ most successful stretches in history. He will be missed.
Last night’s victory over the Ottawa Senators marks the 200th win of Bruce Caddisy’s tenure as the head coach of the Boston Bruins. With 27 games left in the 2016-2017 season, Cassidy was named the interim head coach as the team parted ways with long-time head coach Claude … Keep Reading
Times are uncertain, to say the least, for the Boston Bruins. The team, as it stands now, isn’t built to be a strong contender for the cup, and whether to add pieces or tear the whole thing down and rebuild is anyone’s guess. With that in mind, I wanted this week’s obscure Bruin of the week … Keep Reading
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