When reflecting upon the Pittsburgh Penguins’ playoff short-comings, we’ve blamed Dan Bylsma, Sidney Crosby, Evgeni Malkin, Kris Letang and anyone else we could think of besides Ray Shero. Why hasn’t […]
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It’s no surprise that this Stanley Cup Final is playing out the exact stereotype of what hockey is all about. It’s a battle; a game of chances defined by who wants it more and who is willing to sacrifice the most for a win. The 2013 NHL Stanley Cup Final has seen four games; three of which have gone to overtime, with the other game ending up a nail-biter. There have been battles resulting in wins, losses, and even some scars.
The ugliness is the sport at its finest, and after almost four months without a game of professional hockey, it’s a perfect ending to a truncated season.
Quick: go to NHL.com, click on the stats home page, and check the league leaders in all major NHL stats categories heading into Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final. […]
“What’s wrong with Tyler Seguin?” It’s a common question these days, one that I get asked all too often by those who know that I follow / cover the Boston […]
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent It’s often said that visiting teams must “weather the storm” for the first 10 minutes of a hockey game. By then, play should settle […]
Is Sidney Crosby an admirable captain leading the Pittsburgh Penguins? We know he is the best player in the world, or at least one of them. Crosby tore up the […]
written by Ian C McLaren, Lead Boston Bruins Writer After a few hours a sleep and a couple cups of coffee, it’s proving difficult to assess the result for the […]
By Mike Miccoli I woke this morning with “Chelsea Dagger” stuck in my head. I suppose this might be a bad omen because I can’t remember ever waking up humming […]
Disclaimer: this article is both half-serious & half-joking, at the same time. Since the Pittsburgh Penguins were eliminated and swept out of the playoffs by the Boston Bruins there has […]
Written by Ian C McLaren, Lead Boston Bruins Writer There seems to be a bit of a trend developing over the course of recent NHL playoff seasons, and, if the […]
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent I have a pretty clear memory of walking out of the TD Banknorth Garden on April 7, 2007. A completely unremarkable game had just […]
By Mike Miccoli It starts with a milk crate. Maybe a steel folding chair for some, an orange traffic cone for others, but for most, it’s a milk crate. You […]