When you think of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin, do you think of whiner and bad temper? If you aren’t a fan of the Pittsburgh Penguins, I already know your […]
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Samuel Morin has been nothing short of a surprise this season. After being ranked out of the Top 100 in THW’s January Rankings, he’s sky rocketed to 32nd. Same can […]
There are many Pittsburgh Penguins’ fans who despise Jaromir Jagr. I will never understand why. As the Penguins’ franchise record books currently stand, Jagr is without question, the greatest player […]
With the Eastern Conference Finals set to begin later this week, THW’s Ian McLaren points out that there are certainly no shortage of storylines when it comes to the Bruins and Penguins. Whether it comes […]
I’m wrong more often than I’m not. I was wrong about how the Boston Bruins would fare in Game 7 against the Toronto Maple Leafs. I was wrong about the way the series against the New York Rangers would play out. I was even wrong about how the Bruins’ defense, with Dennis Seidenberg, Andrew Ference, and Wade Redden out, would be the weakest part of the team’s game.
Now, the Bruins look like a team destined for success, playing some of their best hockey all season by rallying in Game 7 to eliminate the Toronto Maple Leafs and making quick work of the New York Rangers in five games. For the second time in three years, the Bruins will make a trip to the Eastern Conference Finals, becoming one of the final four teams remaining in a shortened, grueling 2013 NHL season. It’s hard to bet against these Bruins.
The only problem is the team that will be lined-up on the other end of the ice.
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent Rarely in sports do we get what we want. As players, management, media, and fans, the landscape of professional sports is always evolving, shifting, […]
With a 3-1 win over the New York Rangers in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal series, the Boston Bruins accomplished the following: they eliminated the Rangers from the […]
Let’s get one thing straight, Bylsma is a genuine human being. He comes off as being family-oriented, hard-working, and looks like he truly cares for the players on his team. […]
Earlier this month, THW’s Mike Colligan wrote of moments that can define a Stanley Cup run. He described how specific events can alter a series, how a certain circumstance can ignite a club in route […]
Every game within a series tells it’s own story. The narrative after Sunday night’s double-overtime game in Ottawa was bone-headed play and silly coaching decisions by a team infinitely superior […]
In an era consumed with Facebook, Twitter and hoards of media anxious to be the first to report, well, just about anything, it’s easy to get caught up in the moment and blow things […]
Erik Karlsson’s frustration has led to indecision. He’s gone from all-important asset to outright liability.