Before the Boston Bruins game yesterday against the Columbus Blue Jackets, Bruins captain Patrice Bergeron was honored in a pre-game ceremony celebrating his achievement of 1,000 career NHL points. Before we dive into the ceremony, let us relive the process of how he got here! On October 15, 2003, Bergeron recorded his first career … Keep Reading
Every Bruins fan has their favorite memory of legend Zdeno Chara. Whether it was watching the former captain raise the Stanley Cup in 2011, playing in game 5 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final with his jaw wired shut, or one of his thunderous hits against an opposing player there are plenty of moments to choose … Keep Reading
Welcome to 27 days until the Boston Bruins regular season opener! Today, we’ll recap the career of Nova Scotian, Glen Murray.
Selected 18th overall in the 1991 NHL entry draft by the Boston Bruins, Glen Murray found himself in the organization for four seasons before being traded to the Pittsburgh Penguins for Bryan Smolinski, Kevin Stevens, and … Keep Reading
The 2000s were a bit of a mixed bag for the Bruins. They had some tough seasons, finishing low in the now-defunct Northeast Division. They also made a couple of short playoff runs that left something to be desired. Towards the end of the decade, they started to turn things around … Keep Reading
On a brisk February Night at the Old Boston Garden, the Boston Bruins would host Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils. At the time, Boston was 27-18-10, while New Jersey had a similar record at 30-17-6. The night belonged to Bruins Legend Cam Neely, who incredibly scored his eleventh career har trick in a … Keep Reading
On November 1, Glen Murray will be celebrating his 49th birthday. Murray spent ten years with the Black and Gold (’91-’95, ’01-’08). A trade in the ’95 offseason found Murray playing for the Penguins and then the Kings for seven seasons. Then, during the ’01-’02 NHL season, Murray found his way back to … Keep Reading
When I was younger, I played NHL 06 on my dad’s PC. Of course, I always played as the Bruins, which is where most of my mid-2000s Bruins knowledge comes from. One of my favorite players to use in that game was Glen Murray. He was a big-bodied right-handed forward who wore number 27.
Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia’s own Brad Marchand has set another milestone.
This accomplishment might not be worthy of front-page news, but it’s still noteworthy in Nova Scotia hockey lore. The province that has produced some amazing hockey players over the years sees that trend continue as Marchand, a proud Maritime NHLers for Kids alumnus, surpassed former … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins have always had a pipeline to the Canadian Maritimes. From Willie O’Ree and Gerry Ouellette to Bob Joyce, Glen Murray, Brad Marchand, Adam McQuaid, and even Don Sweeney, the Maritimes has always served the Black and Gold well.
In recent years the Maritimes has become a hotspot for producing fantastic NHL prospects. Given … Keep Reading
Forget Mr. Gabe Kotter, it’s time to “Welcome Back” a few fan favorites (or forgetfuls) of the Bruins who took two turns thru town during their illustrious careers wearing the spoked-B. From players to coaches to player-coaches, even a couple of broadcasters and general managers, these Bruins enjoyed lengthy hockey careers with stints in Boston separated … Keep Reading
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