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Bruins Alumni Draw Huge Crowd Versus Smith Foundation

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

The Boston Bruins Alumni headed to Skate 3 in Tyngsboro this past Sunday to face off against the Thomas E Smith Foundation for the fourth straight year, and it appears to be turning into not only a grudge match but a true rivalry for the Bruins of yesteryear.

“We got beat here last year, … Keep Reading

Bruins Alumni, Simonetti Making Impact Across New England

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

The Boston Bruins Alumni have been around for more than 50 years, and each of the players on the roster has either skated in at least one game for the Boston Bruins, the Providence Bruins, or they have been made an honorary member. There are more than 40 players that are involved … Keep Reading

Bruins Alumni, Light Foundation Annual Game is About More than Hockey

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

When the Boston Bruins Alumni lace up the skates and take the ice for a game, it’s not for points, to move up in the standings, or even for awards, it’s to help an organization raise money and awareness for their charity. That was precisely the case when the black and gold of yesteryear took … Keep Reading

Bruins Honor Patrice Bergeron With Pre-Game Ceremony for Reaching 1,000 NHL Points

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By: Benjamin Aliber | Follow me on Twitter @bpaliber24

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

Bruins Alumni, Light Foundation Faceoff for 8th Annual ‘Grudge Match’

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

For the past seven years, the Boston Bruins Alumni and Matt Light Foundation All-Stars have laced up the skates and faced off in a benefit game to support The Light Foundation in their mission to help young people on their leadership journey. This year the game will take place at Warrior Ice Arena on Sunday, … Keep Reading

Patrice Bergeron’s Unmatched Leadership Qualities

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow Me On Twitter @_MikeSullivan

When you think of Patrice Bergeron, many terms of endearment come to mind. Trustworthy, honorable, selfless, respected, reliable, relentless, and most of all, his ability to be a role model.

The Boston Bruins selected Patrice Bergeron 45th overall in the second round of the 2003 NHL entry draft. Since then, he has led the Boston Bruins … Keep Reading

A Bruins Legend Retires: Remembering Zdeno Chara

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By: Joe Travia | Follow Me on Twitter @NHLJoeTravia

July 1st, 2006, is the date that changed everything for fans of the Boston Bruins. After the canceled 2004-2005 season, the Bruins returned to the ice in disarray for the 2005-2006 season. A poor start to the season for the team … Keep Reading

Changes Coming To The Boston Bruins All Time Top-10 Lists.

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By: Michael Rudd | Follow me on Twitter @Bosmike808.

The 2022-23 Bruins’ season could be the last hurrah for a few long-time fan favorites. Both Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci are back on one-year deals for what seems like a final kick at the can. While every player hopes to cement their legacy with their name on the Cup, … Keep Reading

Should the Boston Bruins and NHL be Looking Across the Pond?

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By: Mark Whitfield | Follow me on Twitter @olop86

In recent years, the other Major Leagues have started to look abroad to expand their fan bases. The NHL was, in many ways, ahead of the curve, with overseas games dating back to the 1930s. Most of the overseas series have merely dipped their toe in markets where hockey is already a mainstream sport, and so … Keep Reading

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