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Is that Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien, or Bill from "King of the Hill?" Oh wait, it's both, because the internet is just a great, great thing.
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Boston Bruins head coach Claude Julien morphing into Bill Dauterive from King of the Hill.
Some of us at the OSG HQ have wet our pants we are laughing so hard.
Please don't show this to the young'uns.
A shot from Zdeno Chara deflected off the goalie, off the back glass, off the top of the net, then off Patrice Bergeron‘s stick and into the back of the net. Just how Claude Julien wrote it up.
Not quite, but the unorthodox goal reduced the Bruins deficit to one in the final minutes of the second period. Less than two minutes after Blackhawks center Marcus Kruger gave Chicago...
The Third Greatest NHL Player of All Time has just released his own brand of wine, and of course it's merlot.
From the Shawn Thornton Foundation Facebook page:
We've partnered with the Boston Winery to offer the new Merlot Line for $22 a bottle with all proceeds directly benefiting the Shawn Thornton Foundation. The Merlot Line is now available at the following...
The whole city of Boston is behind the Bruins.
That was apparent on Friday afternoon when fans gathered at TD Garden to send the team off in style as they head to Chicago to take on the Blackhawks in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final. The B’s need to win two more games to clinch the title, and center David Krejci said the fan support is crucial to their game.
“It feels like it’s...
Gregory Campbell will not once suit up for the Boston Bruins during the Stanley Cup Finals. Should the Bruins win, he will not get to take the legendary lap around the rink, with Lord Stanley’s Cup raised high above his head.
But Campbell’s sacrifice, ability to play through pain, and will to win are a huge reason the Bruins championship dreams are still alive.
Jimmy Fallon held a bit of a caption contest for Bruins-Blackhawks players on his show this week, handing out superlatives for a handful of skaters. They were pretty spot on. [Barstool] The post Jimmy Fallon’s superlatives for the Stanley Cup Final are tremendous appeared first on The Nosebleeds.
Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand and Chicago Blackhawks center Andrew Shaw found themselves at the center of the melee that broke out near the end of Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals. There wasn’t really much of a fight between the two, but they dragged each other down to the ice and exchanged a [...]
Do you see random sh$% while driving to work and think it needs to be seen by the masses? Does the guy who sits next to you at w…
BOSTON — The Bruins picked a pretty bad night to have a very un-Bruins-like performance. The B’s were “average” at best in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, which means it’s now a best-of-three series for the Stanley Cup.
Boston dropped a 6-5 overtime heart-breaker on Wednesday night at TD Garden in a game that was very out of character for the usually defensive-minded Bruins...
BOSTON – The Boston Bruins’ comeback fell short this time. And suddenly the Stanley Cup final is a lot more interesting.
Brent Seabrook scored at 9:51 of overtime to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 6-5 win over the never-say-die Bruins in a wild game Wednesday night. The defenseman’s shot through traffic that beat Boston goalie Tuukka Rask gives the Blackhawks, who never trailed...
Bruins captain Zdeno Chara didn’t have his best game of the postseason on Wednesday night when the Blackhawks evened up the Stanley Cup Final at two games apiece.
Two days later, it sounds like the Blackhawks are taking all the credit.
Chicago’s captain Jonathan Toews seemed to have gained some confidence after scoring his first goal of the series. in that 6-5 overtime win...
I'm still not worried. Is that bad? Is that normal? I mean, it's me we're talking about. I'm Mr. ******* Negative when it comes to stuff like this and I'm not worried about Boston chances in the next game (or the two after that, should it come to two). Why? It took Chicago's best game of the series and Boston's worst game of the series - and overtime ...
WHO: Boston Bruins vs. Chicago Blackhawks
WHAT: Stanley Cup Final, Game 4
WHEN: Wednesday, June 19th, 2013 – 8:00 P.M.
WHERE: TD Garden (Boston, MA) – NBC (Stream), CBC
WHY: Because it’s the Cup.
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Bruins Projected Lines:
Milan Lucic — David Krejci — Nathan Horton
Brad Marchand — Patrice...
11 a.m. ET: Four games have been played in the Stanley Cup Final, and we don’t know much of anything, other than these two teams are very good and they’re evenly matched.
The Bruins and Blackhawks have played four games so far, and each team has two wins. Each team has one a game at home and a game on the road. Each team is just two wins away from the Cup, as Saturday night marks...