Found January 23, 2012 on
PLAYERS: Jeremy Jacobs
Winning a championship is the biggest sports moment for many athletes. Therefore, the accompanying White House visit must be as special as it gets for many. Bruins owner Jeremy Jacbos expressed that sentiment during the Bruins' trip to the White House on Monday. He called the visit one of the most special things he's ever done in his life, and considers it the ultimate honor when it comes to sports. He said it's recognition for a great team accomplishment, before going on to say how proud he was of his hockey club. To hear more from the Bruins owner, check...

Team is used to Thomas's ways

For several months, Bruins personnel ranging from owner Jeremy Jacobs to the rank-and-file players knew that Tim Thomas wasn’t planning to attend Monday’s ceremony at the White House. None was surprised that Thomas, one of two Americans on last year’s Stanley Cup-winning roster, would be the lone dissident.
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