Boston Bruins, Opinion

The Bruins Need More From #74

With the Bruins inĀ  the midst of a crucial set this week against the Tampa Bay Lightning, points are going to be at a premium. With Boston holding a 7- point lead in the standings, these are going to definitely be the biggest games of the season thus far. In a season that has been […]

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Boston Bruins, Comedy, Opinion

The Bruins find their Enforcer

The Bruins have a long history of enforcers in their franchise. You’ve heard the names: Taz, Wensink, and Stock. Just to name a few. What the Bruins got last night was a new enforcer in the old vet David Krejci. The 6′ 0″ Czech has had enough of all the talk of this team needing […]

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News, Opinion

Jeremy Lauzon suspended for two games

The NHL Department of Player Safety came down today on Jeremy Lauzon, giving the Boston Bruins defenseman a two-game suspension for his hit on Arizona Coyotes forward Derek Stephan. Did the hit warrant a suspension? You could argue that it did. But what has been a problem with Player Safety is just how inconsistent it […]

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Opinion

The Unheralded David Krejci

With the NHL All-Star break upon us, I thought it would be time for me to finally write my piece on David Krejci. This is a piece that has been floating  in my mind for a while, because I wanted to put into words and ask what exactly does David Krejci mean to you? This […]

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Opinion

The Boston Bruins 60 Minute Problem

What is becoming an alarming trend with this team was compounded this week when the Bruins lost not one, but two games where they were leading by 3 goals. This absolutely can not keep happening with this team. The Bruins were afforded a nice cushion in the division with their hot start. But you now […]

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Opinion

Have we seen the last of David Backes in Boston?

When the Bruins signed him in the summer of 20116-17 to a 5-year $30 million contract that included a $13 million signing bonus, the vast majority of the people were shocked at the price tag. We thought coming to the Bruins was a hard-nosed player from his time as a captain with the Blues who fit the mold as a Bruin. The first season started out reasonably decent for him, with 17 goals along with 21 helpers. His stay here in Boston has been overshadowed by injuries and a colon surgery that limited his time on the ice for the Bruins.

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