With their first round pick in the 2014 draft, 25th overall, the Boston Bruins selected forward David Pastrnak. Pastrnak, a native of the Czech Republic, will fit in nicely with […]
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Tim Thomas is still a Boston sports hero. I think. Maybe. Actually, I’m not sure. Here’s why. It had been awhile since a “Thomas, Thomas…” chant rained down from the […]
Since Peter Chiarelli became the general manager of the Boston Bruins in the summer of 2006, he has worked tirelessly to build the championship core that has been to the […]
By Mike Miccoli It’s not always pretty, but this one was. With a little less than three and half minutes left in overtime, Jarome Iginla hustled the puck into Carolina’s […]
Before the Florida Panthers and the Boston Bruins could drop the puck on Thursday’s game, Claude Julien’s simple answer to a question about a former teammate set the tone for the entire night.
“They’d be right,” said Julien, when asked if the Bruins don’t win a Stanley Cup without Tim Thomas. He went on a bit further.
“Tim Thomas doesn’t win the Stanley Cup, if our team doesn’t play as well as they did in front of him,” finished the Bruins’ head coach. “So, this is an honest statement: Tim played well but I think our team played just as well in front of him.”
Forget what he said about Thomas. Julien set the tone by stressing the importance of playing as a team, in order to be successful. It was a common theme that came full circle. The Bruins needed to go back to the basics and play their game in order to win. After a bumpy first period, it’s exactly what they did.
If a hockey game is played on the same night as a World Series game, does anyone hear it? What if they are in the same city? Does anyone even […]