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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boston pride, Women's Hockey

The Pride’s Most Underrated Superstar

By Spencer Fascetta When discussing Lexie Laing’s impact on the Boston Pride, both Head Coach Paul Mara and General Manager Karilyn Pilch rave about her two-way ability. Patrice Bergeron’s name has been invoked on multiple occasions. As defensive contributions are often difficult to determine from a basic box score, I wanted to look under the […]

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Boston Bruins, Opinion

What’s the Delay In Return To Play?

By Joe Russo On June 4th the NBA revealed its full return to play format which included a July 31 season resumption date. A 29-1 owner tally along with an NBAPA player rep unanimous vote symbolized a long-awaited light at the end of the tunnel. Aside from an additional unforeseen tragedy, the NBA will play […]

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Boston Bruins

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

Time Off: How This Could Affect the Bruins

It has certainly been quite a while since the Bruins last took the ice. Although the break has been unfortunate, and as Diehards we are ready to see the team lace-up again soon, it looks as is the team has, and will continue to receive an unplanned break.  During this crazy pandemic, the team have […]

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boston pride, Women's Hockey

Life at Home with Boston Pride’s Jillian Dempsey

When she is not captaining the league-leading team in the National Women’s Hockey League, Boston Pride’s Jillian Dempsey is leading a different team. Her 5th grade class. The Winthrop, Massachusetts native has been a teacher in her home town since 2016. Dempsey has also been with the Boston Pride since their inaugural 2015-2016 season when […]

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