When Boston’s Shawn Thornton dropped the gloves with Buffalo behemoth John Scott Thursday night, he earned the respect of his teammates, the fans, opposing fans, and likely Scott himself. […]
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For an NHL team to be considered a serious Stanley Cup contender, there are many – tangible and intangible – assets it needs: forward and defensive depth, experience, leadership, great […]
The thousands on-hand watching the Boston Bruins’ comeback victory over the New York Islanders Friday began to chant a young defenseman’s name as time wound-down in the third. Four games […]
It didn’t take long for the Boston Bruins to call upon their seventh defenseman to enter their starting lineup. On Monday’s 2-1 shootout win over the Winnipeg Jets, the Bruins were forced to dress newly-acquired defenseman Aaron Johnson in place of Dennis Seidenberg, who was ruled out of the second game of the year with a lower-body injury.
Paired with Johhny Boychuk, Johnson made his presence felt early in the first period after connecting with a flattening hit on Dustin Byfuglien against the boards in Boston’s own zone. Johnson saw 15:14 minutes of ice time in his first game as a Bruin while spending time on the penalty-kill.
“Well if there’s one area (where) I would say that our depth is extremely good, it’s on defense.” This is a quote from Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien from Monday […]
The Boston Bruins step into the abbreviated 2013 with an excellent opportunity to continue their solid run of success in the Claude Julien era. However their season’s story depends on […]
The Boston Bruins approach the lockout-shortened 2013 NHL season as a favorite in the Eastern Conference. With talent and experience throughout the lineup – and a few dynamic […]
The NHL Lockout 2012 has ended. The Los Angeles Kings, Boston Bruins and a few others might just benefit from a delayed and a shortened NHL season in 2013.
It’s been 256 days since the Boston Bruins took the ice, and that number will most likely come close to 270 by the time the puck’s actually dropped in 2013.
We love our hockey.
We love our hockey so much that on the first Sunday of 2013, we’re able to forget about almost everything else in our lives and welcome the NHL, and all that comes with it, back into our lives. The NHL lockout is over and while many of us have had our team’s goal song on repeat for most of the morning, others have been carefully plotting their teams’ odds for a Stanley Cup in what will be a shortened season of 48 games or so.
Following Sunday’s article called Top 10 Undersized NHL Players, I decided to do the exact opposite and have a look at the NHL’s biggest and strongest players who can dominate […]