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Boston Sports Then & Now:
Hockey is almost here my friends…..REJOICE!
Our beloved Boston Bruins are about to hit the ice again led by their ALL-WORLD goalie Tuukka Rask.
So what better way to usher the NHL season back but a Tuukka Rask song that will be in your head all year long!
Listen up kids Tuukka Rask Is Coming To Town!
Pot Of Baked Beans Goes To Stanley Cup Of Chowder For Unearthing This Gem!
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After handing out sizable contract extensions to both Patrice Bergeron and Tuukka Rask this offseason, the Bruins extended the contract another key piece of the organization on Thursday.
The team announced that it had given general manager Peter Chiarelli a four-year contract extension, keeping the architect of a B’s squad that has reached two of the last three Stanley Cup Finals...
One component of Peter Chiarelli‘s job as general manager of the Bruins is to help convince everyone to buy into what the organization is trying to do and the image it is trying to actualize. He does that in many ways, including publicly praising players and coaches alike by way of contracts and verbal praise.
This week, however, it was the club’s turn to do the same for Chiarelli...
Peter Chiarelli has gotten a lot accomplished in his seven seasons as the Bruins’ general manager, and now he has the chance to do even more for the team.
Chiarelli signed a four-year contract extension with the Bruins, which would keep him at the helm through the 2017-2018 season. The B’s have been at the top of their game in the last few seasons, winning a Stanley Cup title...
The Bruins’ young guns will get a one-week head start on the veterans, as a group of 22 roster hopefuls will convene for the team’s rookie camp beginning Sept. 4.
The squad, which includes 13 forwards, seven defensemen and two goalies, will begin practice at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington on Wednesday before heading down to Coral Gables, Fla., for the remainder of the week.