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One of the best seats to the hottest tickets in town can be all yours for just $5. The Boston Bruins Foundation is raffling off tickets to Wednesday night's Game 7 between the Bruins and Capitals on And these aren't just any tickets, either. The winner of the raffle will receive two tickets to a TD Garden suite where they will watch the decisive game alongside Boston Bruins alumni. The winner will also have the opportunity to take center stage as he or she will be invited to ride the Zamboni after pregame skate. To purchase your tickets (a...

Does Boston Bruins Coach Claude Julien Have An Evil Twin?

Claude vs. Handsome Ralph A.B. I’m starting to think that the pink hat from Toucher & Rich was on to something with her Handsome Ralph comment. In short, when asked the name of the Boston Bruins’ coach – the pink hat said his name was “Handsome Ralph.” And while you could argue that Handsome Ralph is just a fan of his brother and not actually coaching the Bruins ...

Shawn Thornton's A Movie Star

Shawn Thornton can do it all. He can score goals, he can fight, he enjoys making love by a fireplace on a cold winter's morning and now...he's a movie star. If you're not already informed about the movie "Ted" then here is the red band trailer (NSFW, possibly):   Why someone as old as Marky Mark is clubbing it up still baffles me. Anyway, someone...

Tim Thomas Says 'All of Us Were There' to Get Win Over Capitals (Video)

Tim Thomas didn't have his best day in net, but he stopped just enough for the Bruins to hang on in their playoff series with the Capitals. Thomas recorded 26 saves to go with the three shots the Caps snuck by him, but he wanted to make sure his teammates were the ones getting the attention in the win. As the B's prepare for another must-win, this time at home on Wednesday...

Bruins force Game 7 with overtime win

Tyler Seguin scored at 3:17 of overtime, Tim Thomas made 36 saves, and the Boston Bruins beat the Washington Capitals 4-3 on Sunday to tie the first-round Eastern Conference playoff series at three games apiece. The defending Stanley Cup champion Bruins never trailed, but needed a stolen pass and a deft bit of skating to finally get the decisive goal and avoid being eliminated by...

Tyler Seguin Makes First Goal of Playoffs Count for Bruins

Last year, Tyler Seguin wasted no time making an impact in the postseason once he got his chance to play. After sitting out the first two rounds, he debuted in the conference final against Tampa Bay and scored six points in his first two games. Seguin has been in the lineup from the start of this postseason, but there was no immediate impact this time around. Despite coming off a...

Start Time for Bruins-Capitals Game 7 in Boston Set for 7:30 p.m. ET on NESN, NBC

BOSTON -- Game 7s just happen to the Bruins in the Claude Julien era. Whether they lead early, or trail late, most of the time over the past five seasons, Boston ends up playing a Game 7 to decide its playoff fate. In Julien's first three years, the Bruins' postseason run ended in Game 7 losses to Montreal (2008), Carolina (2009) and Philadelphia (2010). But that all changed...

Tyler Seguin extends the series

The Boston Bruins are going to another game seven as Tyler Seguin scored the game winning goal at the 3:17 of overtime to send the series back to Boston. This will be the Bruins fourth game seven in the last fourteen months. Game seven is on Wednesday night (TDB) at TD North Garden. This was the first goal of the playoffs for Seguin (1g-1a...

Ty Anderson: First thing's first for Bruins

For almost six whole games, and with the Bruins left staring down the barrel of a gun named elimination, the Boston Bruins waited for signs of life from their top-line scorers. David Krejci, Milan Lucic, and the 20-year-old Tyler Seguin, players that accounted for 78 of Boston’s 260 goals this season (Or 30% for those math enthusiasts out there), were held to almost zippo...

Tyler Seguin OT Game Winner Goal

Tyler Seguin scored the game winner 3:17 into overtime, as the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins kept their playoff lives intact with a 4-3 victory over the Washington Capitals in Game 6 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series.  Seguin had quite the game winner as you can see below and it is worth noting that Tim Thomas did his part with 36 saves....

Afternoon Line

“For them to judge what knocks you down, they don’t know your balance or what not on the play.  They’re sitting at home watching on TV. I don’t really care what they say. They have no impact on my game, my life. They mean nothing.” -Brad Marchand of the Boston Bruins on his reputation of being a “diver”.  More on Boston/Washington from Katie Carrera of Capitals Insider.

See you Wednesday

TYLER! Wow. I think my heart stopped. From the drop of the puck to the final goal, the Boston Bruins and the Washington Capitals played an up and down game that saw the Bruins blow three one goal leads before finally sinking the game winner in overtime. They deserved it, then they didn’t deserve it, then they totally deserved it, then they ****** up, but somehow the Bruins came...
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