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.
I remember the first time I had heard his name. It was Pat Burns’ first season as the coach of the Boston Bruins in 1997. I was (and still am) an Alberta boy, but in those days, the Bruins were rarely broadcast in Western Canada. I got my Bruins news through television sports highlights … Keep Reading
Steve Kasper, retired NHL defensive forward who played 13 seasons in the NHL, will turn 60 on September 28th. Kasper played nine of his 13 seasons with the Boston Bruins. During his time with the Bruins, Kasper won the Selke Trophy during the ’81-’82 season.
After the ’92-’93 NHL season, Kasper retired from playing hockey and … Keep Reading
From being the No. 1 overall pick in the 1986 NHL Draft out of the illustrious Michigan State University hockey program (he led the Spartans to an NCAA National Championship that year) to a Stanley Cup Champion four years later with the unbeatable Edmonton Oilers (versus the beleaguered Boston Bruins, mind you, and clinched at the … Keep Reading
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