Found January 09, 2013 on
The NHL is moving closer to getting back on the ice, and that’s good news — especially for some players who might be running low on laundry.
Chris Kelly wore Tyler Seguin‘s EHC Biel jersey during the Bruins’ informal practice session on Wednesday morning, complete with all the bright colors and shiny advertisements that come with it.
“Seggy’s stock just went down,” Kelly said of the sweater switch.
With the players still officially locked out, they aren’t wearing any Bruins-related gear, that should hopefully change soon. NHL owners are expected to vote later on Wednesday to ratify the new labor agreement, moving the league on schedule to resume games on Jan. 19.
Check out Kelly’s “new” threads in the photo below.
Photo via Twitter/@NHLBruins
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
LIVING THE LIFE
A Swiss tabloid claims that Boston Bruins star Tyler Seguin was a slob while living in his apartment abroad during the lockout.
With all the success Tyler Seguin has had in his young career, sometimes it’s easy to forget that the Bruins’ forward will only turn 21 at the end of this month. In that same vein, when Seguin went overseas to join Swiss squad EHC Biel, it was the first time he had ever lived on his own outside of some sort of structured environment. So, how did the young Bruin take to his first...
Whether it was averaging nearly a goal a game on the ice or grappling with famous European wrestlers off the ice, Tyler Seguin‘s tenure with EHC Biel in Switzerland sounded like it couldn’t have gone any better. But then he left, and that’s where things went south. Earlier this week, while Seguin was Stateside preparing for the NHL season with his fellow B’s, a foreign tabloid...
Boston Bruins star Tyler Seguin is young, rich, and a Stanley Cup champion. He's very successful and talented on the ice, but when it comes to cleaning your house, he's pretty awful at it.
Swiss tabloid, Blick, reported that Tyler Seguin pretty much lived in a dirty frat house during his time in Switzerland. The tabloid reported that Seguin tried to wash his clothes in the...
Tyler Seguin was always planning on his return to Boston around this time. He only hoped that he would be playing hockey with the Bruins then.
Luckily, the forward’s timing was spot-on, with the B’s holding an informal practice on Monday after a tentative agreement between the players and owners to end the lockout. While speaking with reporters after the practice, Seguin stressed...
Tyler Seguin netted 29 goals in 81 games last season, but Bruins fans are hoping the young sniper can get close to — if not past — that number again this season, despite just 48 games expected to be on the B’s busy schedule.
Seguin posted four multiple-goal games a season ago, including a two-goal game in the regular-season finale and a hat trick against the Maple Leafs in...
Photoshopped picture from the Swiss magazine BlickNBC SportsBoston Bruins forward Tyler Seguin has angrily denied a report claiming he left his apartment in “shambles” upon leaving Swiss club HC Biel.“I was blown away with everything. I thought it was very unprofessional,” Seguin said, courtesy CSNNE. “I don’t want to talk about it too much, but everything [in the report...
The NHL is back, and fans can barely wait before teams officially drop the puck.
With games reportedly scheduled for Jan. 19, the clock is ticking on the NHL season, with players, coaches and fans all playing catch-up to get back up to speed. After 113 days, the lockout is over, but there’s still work to be done before the games resume.
When they do, however, there are plenty of...
It’s well-known around here that Andrew Ference is quite “green.” The Bruins defenseman is a strong advocate for environmental issues and a strong supporter of resource preservation.
With that in mind, our friends over at Stanley Cup Of Chowder pledged to plant 50 trees for every goal Ference (aka Captain Planet) scored this season. After seeing (and, we assume, highly enjoying...
Every team wants to start hot every season, so this year is no different in that regard. However, with a shortened 48-game schedule on tap, getting off to a quick start might actually be a bit more important this time around.
That’s the mindset of the Bruins going into this lockout-shortened campaign. The B’s understand that starting off slow could be disastrous, as there’s...
Some fans may call Andrew Ference hockey’s biggest tree-hugger. After all, he’s one of the most environmentally conscious people — let alone athletes — in New England and has the electric car to prove it.
Now, Ference may be known as hockey’s biggest tree-planter, after a green deal he’s made (via Twitter, at least) with a local blogger. Check it out below.
Now that the lockout is over and the Bruins are returning to stateside, a lot of fun or otherwise interesting tales of their European adventures are coming to light.
Such as the fact that Johnny Boychuk's team, EC Red Bull Salzburg, only gave its players Red Bull to drink. No water. No Gatorade. Just ******* gross Red Bull.
It may be a while before Johnny...
It felt like forever since I last wrote this article. We've been through a lot since I wrote this last year, but let's first take a look at last year's predictions.
Tuukka Rask will finish the year as the starting goal tender
Zdeno Chara wins the Norris
Tyler Seguin scores 25+ goals this year
Milan Lucic DOES NOT score 20+ goals this year