By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue
It was announced Wednesday morning that the Bruins are naming Brad Marchand the 27th captain in franchise history. Marchand will be taking over for the recently retired Patrice Bergeron, who served as the captain for three seasons from 2020-2023
Marchand has worn the A on his jersey, serving as an alternate captain for the last three … Keep Reading
Patrice Bergeron, one of the most beloved figures in Boston sports history and a stalwart of the Boston Bruins for 19 years, recently announced his retirement. His dedication, skill, and unwavering love for the game have left a remarkable legacy, not just within the confines of the rink but also … Keep Reading
Things will look different next season. Patrice Bergeron has officially retired and David Krejci could follow. Boston has veterans in place that can help be leaders, but Don Sweeney has a vision. One player in particular will be expected to take the next steps as a leader.
Sweeney envisions David Pastrnak taking that next step in … Keep Reading
As this offseason continues without a signing from Patrice Bergeron, it is starting to sink in that he may not be returning. While this leaves a massive gap in the on-ice depth chart, it also hurts the Bruins in the locker room. As a member of the Bruins and current captain, Bergeron … Keep Reading
As the first American-born franchise in NHL history, some of the game’s greatest players have worn a Boston Bruins jersey. Whether these skaters turned into Hall of Famers or were lucky enough to play in a few games, the Bruins have a tradition of winning, and their results at the annual … Keep Reading
The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest annual road event and for the millions that have ran its historic course, you’ll hear the many personal reasons that fueled those runners. This year was no different and one story involves one of the cities’ most respected captain of any Boston sport team.
The Stanley Cup Final is the pinnacle of excitement in professional ice hockey, and the 2011 edition was no exception. Game seven of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final between the Vancouver Canucks and the Boston Bruins was a breathtaking showdown that showcased the sport’s intense competitiveness and the undying spirit … Keep Reading
Growing up, there were a few things that attracted me to the sport of hockey apart from the actual game. I loved the championship celebrations compared to other sports. Hockey has a great combination of equipment tossing and “pig-piling,” for lack of a better term. Other team sports like basketball, … Keep Reading
I grew up in a golden era of the Bruins and Canadiens rivalry. The Bruins had Milan Lucic, Andrew Ference, Zdeno Chara, Adam McQuaid, Greg Campbell, and Shane Hnidy. Montreal had Mike Komisarek, Josh Gorges, Roman Hamrlík, Maxim Lapierre, and Tom Kostopoulos. Anytime that game was coming up on the schedule; we knew … Keep Reading
Zdeno Chara was the ultimate warrior from the day he arrived in Boston in 2006. The monster 6 foot 9 defender was the captain of the Bruins from 2006-2019. During his time in Boston, Chara was the definition of professional. He carried himself in a manner that athletes of all types should strive to … Keep Reading
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