Found December 16, 2011 on
Days of Y'Orr:
Oh yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. It's been too long friends. I haven't had a good rant in awhile so please bear with me while I gather my jumbled thoughts. It's a good thing I'm writing this today because I am extra ******* surly! Apparently the Dunkin Donuts by my house (I almost wrote crib, but then I realized I'm not a pretentious douchebag) wasn't accepting credit cards (or debit cards, gift cards, etc) today. Here's a pro tip to any business if your card machine is not working: ******* say something before making people wait 10-15 minutes in line. The way this stupid Dunks is setup, there could've easily been a sign on the the front window so I could've went somewhere else. BUT NO, I sat in that stupid line and the hag over the loud speaker said "Sorry, we're not accepting cards today." I had the urge to drive my car through the drive-thru window, but I didn't. Instead I went to work. Now, I could've went to Starbucks but I don...
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You never know what to expect in a matinee NHL game, as the players are much more accustomed to playing at night. That was evident in the Flyers' first shift of Saturday's game, as the Bruins caught them sleeping and snuck in an early goal. Check out the breakdown of the play from the Amica Coverage Cam in the video above.
The Bruins picked up another victory on Wednesday, this one a 5-2 win in Ottawa. It was their third straight win, and their 17th in the last 20 games. It moved them even with Philadelphia for the most points in the Eastern Conference with 41. Boston actually has more wins, but the Flyers retain the top spot because they have played one less game. And while no one is offering to give...
The Bruins had an opportunity to tie the Flyers atop the Eastern Conference on Saturday, and they made sure not to squander it. The B's scored early and often, dominating the Flyers 6-0 on the road. They scored four first-period goals in the win, which runs their winning streak to four games. The Bruins' victory also snaps the Flyers' seven-game winning streak. A win...
Another week, another difficult time whittling a plethora of beautiful Bruins goals down to three Captain Morgan Goal of the Week nominees. This week, it was Chris Kelly, Patrice Bergeron and Daniel Paille getting the honors, as seen below. Chris Kelly at Columbus: Patrice Bergeron at Ottawa: Daniel Paille at Ottawa: Who scored the Captain Morgan Goal of the Week this week?
PHILADELPHIA--Thanks to a Nathan Horton power-play goal, the Bruins will go into the third period with a 5-0 lead.
Things continued to get nasty after Zac Rinaldo hit Horton later in the period and Milan Lucic took exception, ramming Rinaldo from behind into the boards. ...
Message sent and received. The Boston Bruins asserted their dominance this afternoon in the NHL’s marquee match up of the weekend in Philadelphia with a 6-0 blowout of the Flyers, claiming the top spot in the Eastern Conference.
Benoit Pouliot tipped a Rich Peverley pass through Ilya Bryzgalov just 27 seconds after the opening face off and the Bruins never looked back. Jodi Shelley...
from NESN, Milan Lucic received a five-minute major and a game misconduct for boarding Zac Rinaldo late in the second period on Saturday, and he could find himself in another meeting with Brendan Shanahan.
Lucic explained the hit after the game.
continue or watch the video which contains the hit…
The Bruins, who have won three national championships but none since 1991, take on the Illini on Saturday at San Antonio.The Bruins, who have won three national championships but none since 1991, take on the Illini on Saturday at San Antonio.
Tim Thomas made 47 saves, Daniel Paille scored twice and the visiting Boston Bruins beat the Ottawa Senators.
Former Boston Bruins player and coach Mike Milbury has been charged
with assaulting and threatening a 12-year-old Pee Wee hockey player
Based on pregame warmups: Milan Lucic-David Krejci-Nathan Horton Brad Marchand-Patrice Bergeron-Tyler Seguin Benoit Pouliot-Chris Kelly-Rich Peverley Daniel Paille-Zach Hamill-Shawn Thornton Steven Kampfer-Johnny Boychuk Dennis Seidenberg-Joe Corvo Andrew Ference-Adam McQuaid Tim Thomas Tuukka Rask * Craig Anderson (13-10-2, 3.36 GAA, .897...