Found July 24, 2013 on Days of Y'Orr:
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Happy Birthday to the man who embodies what it means to be a Boston Bruins, Mr. Patrice Bergeron-Cleary. He turns 28 today. Hope you're feeling better, buddy.

Boston Bruins: Why trading Brad Marchand would make no sense

How long did it take the Boston Bruins to be an almost completely different team compared to the team that took the ice in June? The answer to that question is simple; it only took about a month or so for the roster to be revamped.  The franchise lost Nathan Horton to free agency, Jaromir Jagr wasn’t picked back up and Tyler Seguin/Rich Peverly were traded to the Dallas Stars...

Bruins Beat: Jack Edwards’ Tells The Tale Of The Warrior Known As Gregory Campbell (VIDEO)

Before Patrice Bergeron revealed that he played with a punctured lung, cracked ribs and separated shoulder, Gregory Campbell was the symbol of Bruins toughness. After taking an Evgeni Malkin shot off the leg, he stayed on the ice and did his job despite incredible pain. Soupy illustrated what it meant to be a hockey player, he showed what it meant to be a Boston Bruin. Re-live Campbell’s...

Bruins Beat: Which B’s Will Play in the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games?

Patrice Bergeron with Team Canada during the 2010 Vancouver Olympic games With the announcement coming a couple of days ago confirming NHL players being allowed to compete in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics; It is no surprise to see various countries release their Orientation Camp rosters. So far Canada, the USA, Finland, Sweden, and Russia have released their rosters, with more of...


The DOY mancrush on Shawn Thornton is one that will never end. Today we celebrate Thornton's 36th birthday. Happy Birthday Shawn - one can only hope that you're currently punching your Sidney Crosby inspired punching bag, throwing darts at that picture of Krys Barch you have pinned to your dartboard and later will be in Buffalo getting ready to pounce on Patrick Kaleta. 

It’s Only A Preliminary Team Canada Roster

from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail, In 2009, 46 players were invited to the Canadian men’s Olympic orientation camp in Calgary, but Patrice Bergeron wasn’t among them. Four months later, when the roster for the 2010 Olympic team was announced, Bergeron’s name was there, but a whole lot of other sure-fire, can’t-miss candidates had fallen by the wayside, including...
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