Found August 04, 2013 on Boston Sports Then & Now:
Brad Marchand of the Bruins participated in a scrimmage in Nova Scotia with NHLers and AHLers recently. And yes Sidney “Crybaby” Crosby was on the ice as well. If you watch the footage closely, it looks like Crosby wanted to whine or complain about something. Marchy should have gave Crosby the Sami Salo treatment…   Pot Of Baked Beans Goes To The NHL Experts! The post Bruins Beat: Brad Marchand Scrimmaging With Sidney Crybaby Crosby? Yes It’s True (VIDEO) appeared first on Boston Sports Then and Now.

Iginla doesn’t plan on being a one-year wonder for the Boston Bruins

Via Pro Hockey Talk's Joe Yerdon, Boston Bruins forward Jarome Iginla spoke with's Caryn Switaj while training in British Columbia, and she spent two days watching Iginla prepare for the 2013-2014 season... When the #BearTracks crew met Iginla this past week, we took in his workouts, first involving sprints, reaction time and quick footwork outdoors...

Iginla Hopes to be a Bruin Past 2013-14

Boston doesn't yet know Jarome Iginla that well - and I'm not even just referring to the fans. Many of the players and staff have yet to meet the 16-season NHL veteran until he uproots and moves into town before Training Camp in early September. Of course it's not too difficult to know the player that he is having powered through an already illustrious career. He'...

Boston Bruins’ #BearTracks on the move

(Photo credit: Caryn Switaj/ Boston Bruins) The dreaded and boring month for Boston Bruins fans – rather NHL fans as a whole – has finally arrived, August. This month seems to linger forever for Bruins fans because it offers no development of the organization. When I say ‘literally’ I mean it: there is literally nothing going on, ice skating wise, within the Bruins program...

Iginla Wants More Than 1 Year In Boston

Everyone knows that I have an undying mancrush on Jarome Iginla. ****, I even called him signing here:  Still think Iginla comes here — PezDOY© (@PezDOY) July 5, 2013 Apparently, Iginla wants to stay here for more than a year.  The Bruins were the first to bring these comments to light: And similar to Recchi, Iginla has his sights on being in Boston longer...

Start ‘Em Young: This 12 Year Old Little Girl Knows Her Bruins History (PHOTO)

Start ‘em young that’s what I say. And @Sheaffer315 of New Hartford, NY did just that with his daughter regarding the Boston Bruins. @BigBadBruins88 only twelve but a student of the game and hockey history buff. — Sheaffer (@Sheaffer315) August 2, 2013 @BigBadBruins88 only twelve but a student of the game and hockey history buff. — Sheaffer (@Sheaffer315) August 2, 2013...

Defenseman Bartkowski poised to seize opportunity

Boston Bruins defenseman Matt Bartkowski was very close to being sent to the Calgary Flames in a package deal for Flames captain Jarome Iginla at the trade deadline but Iginla changed his mind at the last minute vetoing the trade to Boston and choosing to go to Pittsburgh instead. But when given another chance to come to Boston via free agency Iginla did just that on July 5. Now...

Revisiting The Tyler Seguin Trade: Did Boston Make The Right Choice?

Photo Credit: Associated Press By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz) Exactly one month ago, the Boston Bruins and Dallas Stars announced that they had agreed on a trade that sent budding superstar Tyler Seguin and Rich Peverley to Dallas in exchange for winger Loui Eriksson and a trio of prospects (Joe Morrow, Reilly Smith, and Matt Fraser). The trade made headlines throughout the league...
NHL News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.