Found November 05, 2012 on
Ever wonder what Ray Bourque was like in the locker room or what types of discussions the Bruins front office had before drafting Tyler Seguin? Well, the Boston Bruins Foundation is giving fans a chance to ask team president Cam Neely questions such as those as part of a lunch with the Hall of Famer.
The Boston Bruins Foundation is raffling off a chance for one fan and a guest to join Neely for lunch and a chance to attend the 18th annual Comics Come Home stand-up comedy benefit. The raffle will run through Nov. 15.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.bruinsraffles.org for $5 per ticket. Net proceeds will benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation and the Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care.
Comics Come Home is the longest running stand-up comedy benefit in the country, and it will take place on Nov. 17 at Boston University's Agganis Arena. It is hosted by Denis Leary and has featured many notable comics, such as Jimmy Fallon, Lenny Clarke, Adam Ferrara, Dane C...
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Hey remember that time Zdeno Chara and Miroslav Satan played on the same team?
Well, Chara doesn't. And after this hit he laid on Satan (skip to :53 seconds) we don't think Satan will remember much of it either:
No word on if Slovan Bratislava fans called the cops on Chara after the hit or not. Pretty sure Montreal did just out of habit...
When the Bruins made Tyler Seguin the No. 2 pick in the 2010 NHL entry draft, B's fans daydreamed about what the young forward would bring to the club.
They found out early and often that Seguin's playmaking ways would turn him into a franchise cornerstone. What Bruins fans probably didn't see coming, though, was that Seguin would one day be featured...
In this social media age, NEWS and ODDITIES are all around you and at your fingertips. With a tap of your smartphone, you can find out what your favorite athlete or celeb is doing and thinking. Some things make you LAUGH YOUR ASS OFF, SCRATCH YOUR HEAD or SAY AWWW.
The members of the Boston Bruins are no different, they are quite in tune with Twitter.
In this edition, Marc Savard...
Seeing Tyler Seguin in a uniform that's not the familiar black and gold may look weird, but the 20-year-old is still playing hockey -- and scoring.
Because of the NHL lockout, Seguin -- along with a lot of would-be NHLers -- is playing overseas. He decided to take his talents to Switzerland, signing with the Swiss National League A squad EHC Biel on Sept. 20...
To say that Tyler Seguin is flourishing during his time in Switzerland -- well, that just wouldn't give his performance so far justice.
Through 14 games with his club, EC Biel, Seguin has 22 points, including 10 goals. That includes his most impressive performance -- a four-goal game just this week.
Seguin got one of those goals thanks to the newest addition...
With the NHL Lockout dragging on, players have found success in Europe. Bruins’ star Tyler Seguin has been killin’ it in the Swiss League for EHC Biel/Bienne. Seguin is scoring at a TORRID pace on the ice (23 pts=13 goals & 10 assists) and probably with the Swiss ladies as well.
The ladies are probably swooning over “The Kid” even more after the club’s latest “Be...