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Bobby Carpenter may not have quite lived up to the potential that landed him on the cover of Sports Illustrated in 1981, but he did put together a serviceable 21-year career that included four seasons with the Boston Bruins.
He also raised his daughter, Alex Carpenter, to be one heck of a hockey player, herself. Ranked as one of the top women’s hockey players in the country, the younger Carpenter currently toils for Boston College, once again leading the team in scoring. Unsurprisingly, she’s absolutely learned a thing or two about the game about her dad — though there are the occasional disagreements.
Check out a NESN Daily feature on the Carpenter family in the video above.
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Tyler Seguin must have been CLAIRVOYANT, he knew back in 2011 that Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs was going to SCREW him (and other Bruins) over by NOT HONORING his pre-lockout contract.
How can you believe in a boss that talks out BOTH sides of his mouth?
I wonder how the players will treat Jacobs after the NHL Lockout ends…..probably like the relative you REALLY HATE, but have to...
Jacobs Has Held Bruins Fans Hostage Far Too Long
Being A Boston Bruins fan is a “Catch 22″.
We are in a NO-WIN situation.
We are HOSTAGES of Delaware North.
By supporting the team I LOVE, I line the pockets of an owner that could CARE LESS about the fans…
A “business man” that is leading the way to destroy a LEAGUE fueled by GREED & the LUST for ABSOLUTE POWER…
Marc Savard‘s playing career may or may not be over, but when Savard hangs up his stick for good, he might be ready to grab a clipboard.
Savard tweeted last week that he thinks he’s “very interested” in coaching hockey at a high level. While that might not exactly mean the NHL, Savard seems open to something in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL), which could always be a springboard...
Boston Bruins center Marc Savard hasn’t played an NHL game since January of 2011 due to his ongoing problems with concussions and it appears as if he is planning for his future off the ice. Savard said on his Twitter page, @MSavvy91, that he would like to coach junior league hockey once he finally hangs [...]
Fans are obviously upset about the ongoing NHL lockout. We all miss our teams, and would rather be at games than trying to watch players on grainy European feeds. Many fans have taken to protesting the lockout, and rather seriously, at that. Of course, these well-meaning protests have fallen on deaf ears, so why not have a little bit of fun with it?
In this social media age, NEWS and ODDITIES are all around you and at your fingertips. With a tap of your smartphone, you can find out what your favorite athlete or celeb is doing and thinking. Some things make you LAUGH YOUR ASS OFF, SCRATCH YOUR HEAD or SAY AWWW.
The members of the Boston Bruins are no different, they are quite in tune with Twitter.
In this edition, people really...
Did Alexandre Burrows bite Patrice Bergeron during Game 1 of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final? The referees then said no, but the Bruins — and the team’s fans — knew better.
So when the B’s and Canucks took the ice for Game 2, after Boston suffered a last-second defeat to Vancouver in the opening game, it quickly became clear that these two teams did not like each other. That...
The Bruins had already survived one Game 7 against the Canadiens in the first round of the 2011 playoffs. So as the B’s prepared for a second winner-take-all game, this time against the Tampa Bay Lightning in the Eastern Conference finals, fans should have been prepared to strap in for another roller-coaster ride.
If only it was that easy.
The game between the Bruins and Lightning...
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This is one of the stories that emerged today... Apparently, one of the Winnipeg Jets one of the alternative governors of the Winnipeg Jets spoke out of turn and Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs put him back in his place.
Joe Haggerty; CSNNE --- Winnipeg Jets representation at a recent NHL Board of Governors meeting piped up to say...
It’s probably not the best time to talk about the NHL and money, but ignoring Forbes’ latest report won’t lift the lockout.
According to Forbes, the most-valuable NHL franchise, the Toronto Maple Leafs, are the first NHL team worth $1 billion, while the Boston Bruins ($348 million) are the fifth-most valuable NHL franchise.
The New York Rangers ($750 million) are second-most...