Boston Bruins, News

Iginla’s Time With Boston Short but Sweet

By Joe Russo While there is an argument for or against the NHL’s 2020 Hall of Fame class, there was plenty of undeniability for those selected. Ken Holland either aided in or was solely responsible for building a perennial Cup contender while in Detroit. Kevin Lowe, well, the truth can be found in his trophy case, […]

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The Impossible Dream

By Court Lalonde In Boston, Rick Middleton is known for wearing the black and gold, bringing people out of their seats in excitement, and helping his community.  In 2001 he was asked to do something he’d never done, and until the phone rang, it wasn’t something he ever thought of doing.  A friend of his […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

Zdeno Chara: A Model of Consistency

Since the fall of 2006, Zdeno Chara has been the face of the Boston Bruins. A beacon of hope at the time, for an otherwise identity-less franchise, symbolizing an organizational cleanse that would ultimately result in a decade and a half of contention. Despite an uncertainty of work returning anytime soon Chara has expressed a […]

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Once a Bruin always a Bruin: Remembering Colby Cave

With the tragic passing of former Boston Bruin Colby Cave, the hockey community has once again amazingly come together. Current and former NHL players, coaches, GM’s, and fans have shared their support and condolences. There’s truly nothing like the hockey community. Teams and rivalries aside, a hockey player is a hockey player. When one of […]

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