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WE WANT THE CUP….AGAIN!
In this Stanley Cup Final edition: The Man With The Bruins Rally Towel Suit, WROR Daft Punk Parody Song & Seids Knows Exactly How Damn Good He is
(PHOTO: The NoseBleeds)
Nothing like a Bruins rally towel suit that you can spill beer all over and nobody notices.
But how do you take a leak? Well if it absorbs beer, it will absorb beer’s by product as well.
I have NO idea what to make of this….Daft Punk must be really flattered or embarrassed.
The German Hammer knows he’s pretty friggin good. #bruins https://t.co/AaSBK2kat5
— BST&N (@bossprtsthennow) June 18, 2013
All the German Hammer does is play a bazillion minutes a night and rocks doing it.
Seids knows he is that friggin’ good and rightfully so.
BEST OF MAXIM
Although Patrice Bergeron is reportedly getting married this summer, teammate Brad Marchand wants all the mothers and fathers out there to know that he’s an all around good guy — a real catch for daddy’s little princess.
It should come as no a surprise that Marchand has jumped into this nation-wide Bergeron love fest. Not only is Bergie playing incredible hockey, but the...
NBC has been having some tough luck with their postgame interviews during this year’s Stanley Cup Final. First, Andrew Shaw dropped an F-bomb after his Game 1 winner. Then, following Tuukka Rask’s Game 3 shutout in Boston, the Bruins goaltender let a curse of his own fly when asked about rebound control.
“It’s tough because the ice gets so sh**ty towards the end of the period...
There was never any doubt for Gregory Campbell. He knew that something was wrong after blocking a shot in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals, but he also knew he had a job to do. He had to finish his shift, not only because it was his job, but also because he owed it to his teammates. After all, they would all do the same.
The Bruins forward may not have known it at the time...
Boston Bruins forward Daniel Paille has scored the last two goals for the Boston Bruins. Tyler Seguin is starting to heat up in the scoring department as well. About halfway through game three, it's been a pretty even game with the shots 16-15 in the Bruins favor. The Bruins have blocked 10 shots to the Blackhawks one.
3-game point streak for Seguin now with the helper on...
Goals by Daniel Paille and Patrice Bergeron after a scoreless first period gave the Boston Bruins a 2-0 lead over the Chicago Blackhawks through two periods in Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals Monday night.
With the series tied 1-1, the Blackhawks suffered a key loss moments before the game when forward Marian Hossa was scratched from the lineup after being hit by a puck during...
The Boston Bruins decided to put an end to the Stanley Cup Finals’ perfect run of overtime games last night with a 2-0 win over the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 3. If you were hoping for a third OT experience in as many games, then you have Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask to thank for that with his 28 saves on 28 shots. Come on, Rask, nobody likes a perfect goalie.But Rask was far from...
Daniel Paille netted his second game-winning goal in as many games and Tuukka Rask made 25 saves for his third shutout of the playoffs as the Bruins won 2-0 and took a 2-1 series lead.
The Bruins improved to 8-2 at home this postseason while the Blackhawks road struggles continued, falling to 3-5 and losing their fourth Game 3 of the playoffs. The Bruins defense played spectacularly...
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BOSTON 2, CHICAGO 0; BOS leads 2-1
Daniel Paille’s goal at 2:13 of the second period held up as the game-winner and Tuukka Rask made 28 saves for his third shutout of the postseason.
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LIFE OF PAI
Boston forward Daniel Paille...
Putting Brad Marchand and Andrew Shaw on the ice at the same time creates a powder keg of agitation — one that finally blew up in the closing seconds of Game 3 on Monday. As Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara and Blackhawks winger Bryan Bickell dropped the gloves in front of the Boston net, Marchand and Shaw did the same. The fights did not exactly follow “hockey code,” as a particularly...
Photo via Bruins.NHL.comScott LevesqueContent EditorWhen Boston traded for him on April 2nd the move was seen, by many, as an opportunity to help mentor the younger Bruins players - as the team made their playoff push.Who could blame the Bruins for that line of thought?With over 15 years of experience in the NHL, and a list of personal accolades as long as Interstate 95, the acquisition...
from Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe,
The Blackhawks are supposed to be a great hockey team. They won the Cup three years ago and set an NHL record when they came out of the gate without losing any of their first 24 games in regulation. They recovered from a 3-1 series deficit against Detroit. They overwhelmed the defending Stanley Cup champs from Los Angeles. They went...
The Boston Bruins learned a cautionary tale on Saturday night in Chicago:
Slow starts can kill a team in the Stanley Cup Finals.
The Blackhawks marinaded and grilled the Bruins in period one of Game 2. The Bruins looked like they were skating in a men's league game. They committed barrel full of turnovers that lead to high percentage scoring chances. Thankfully, Tuuka Rask...
The Big Leagues We rank the best in show - Jason Voorhees need not apply.
A.B. Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask says the TD Garden ice was ************ on live TV after game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals against the Chicago Blackhawks.
But after saving all 28 shots to post his third shutout of the 2013 NHL playoffs, I’m pretty sure he gets a pass. Especially in Boston where we encourage profanity.
Think you know what’s going to happen in these playoffs? Think again.
The unlikeliest of heroes continue to emerge for the Bruins during their Stanley Cup run, and Game 3 was no different. Rich Peverley was the man of the hour in the first period, but he won’t be the last member of the Black and Gold to come out of nowhere to shine.
NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette and Alison Smith...