Found November 10, 2012 on
Although the players may not be back on the ice yet, there’s still a job to do for the Bruins’ front office.
On Friday, the team held a luncheon, hosted by legend and team president Cam Neely, which honored Alumni of Wounded Warrior Project — all too appropriate for Veterans Day weekend.
In addition to the guests receiving a personal tour of the arena, Neely was affected, too, by hearing some of the heroic stories.
Check out a NESN Daily feature on the event in the video above.
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One of the few benefits of the prolonged NHL labor dispute is that players coming back from injury appreciate having a little extra time to get rested up.
But not Nathan Horton. Despite missing significant time last year after his second concussion in seven months, Horton is reportedly no longer on the road to recovery — he’s ready to play.
“Nathan is healthy and ready for...
Unemployment makes people do some crazy things. Latest case in point? Milan Lucic’s starring in this god awful commercial for New England area bank NMTW. What do you get when you combine a Bruins enforcer with lackluster acting abilities with video production skills on par with a sixth grade science project? Possibly the worst commercial you’ve ever seen!
Check it out below:...
The 2012 Boston Bruins draft was highlighted by the drafting of goaltender Malcolm Subban in the first round and on the back burner for discussion was the other picks they selected in the rest of the draft. One of those picks that is starting heads is fifth rounder Seth Griffith, a 19 year old right [...]
With the NHL locked out, Boston Bruins star Tyler Seguin signed with EHC Biel in the Swiss National League and so far the signing has paid dividends. In just fifteen games with his new club, Seguin has recorded thirteen goals and ten assists, but his numbers truly exploded when Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane joined [...]
Former Boston Bruin Adam Oates enjoyed 19 seasons in the National Hockey League and was a scoring machine for seven different teams during his career.
After playing in 1,337 games, scoring 341 goals and assisting on another 1,079, Oates will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2012. Oates’ highlight-filled 2012 doesn’t end there. The five-time All-Star was named the Washington...
According to Nathan Horton's agent, Horton is healthy and ready for the start of the NHL season... whenever the hell that'll be.
“Nathan is healthy and ready for the season to start,” Krepelka said. “Has been for a while now. He’s ready to go and has been ready to go.”
Good to hear, especially since the team really missed...
UCLA escaped icy Pullman by luckily avoiding the exact kind of trap game it was labeled. The Bruins were out-coached and out-played...
Jack Edwards isn’t mincing words.
The Bruins’ play-by-play announcer is just one of many beyond just players and owners affected by the NHL lockout, but it’s not himself who he’s concerned with. Rather, Edwards fears for the sanctity of the sport on a fan level, from the die-hards to those who make it out to a single game each season.
While the leaders of hockey have “taken...
Gregory Campbell has nothing to do:
"I've talked to a number of guys around the league that I'm close with. Everybody says they're bored," Campbell told the Globe. "I try and look for things to do, things that I've always wanted to do, to pursue those things. But I'm a hockey player. I want to get back to playing."
Since he hasn'...
The Bruins open the season and unveil a new, gleaming Pauley Pavilion tonight against Indiana State...
from Larry Brooks of the NY Post,
It is no surprise at all, but Jeremy Jacobs, the militant Boston owner who acts as chairman of the Board of Governors, is in full support of a plan that would benefit his pockets at the expense of his team.
This, after all, is the individual whose miserly ways finally drove Raymond Bourque out of Boston in search of a Stanley Cup.