Found April 25, 2012 on
Here is former Boston Bruins
defenseman Steve Kampfer
and his twitter feed after the Boston Bruins were eliminated from the Stanley Cup playoffs
. Kampfer was traded to Minnesota for former UNO Maverick Greg Zannon.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
For almost six whole games, and with the Bruins left staring down the barrel of a gun named elimination, the Boston Bruins waited for signs of life from their top-line scorers.
David Krejci, Milan Lucic, and the 20-year-old Tyler Seguin, players that accounted for 78 of Bostonâs 260 goals this season (Or 30% for those math enthusiasts out there), were held to almost zippo...
Bruins center Rich Peverley battles with Caps goalie Braden Holtby. And then attempts to scare.
Didn't work, Joel Ward scored the OT game winner.
Every time you check your email, think -- gotta...
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Chalk it up to the rigors of playing an 18-month season. That's right -- the Bruins never really recovered from the toll that their Stanley Cup-winning season took. Jack Edwards and Andy Brickley look back on the season that was and also turn their eyes to the future, including the question of whether Tim Thomas will still be around.
Patrice Bergeron will have some company at the NHL awards ceremony following the season. Bergeron, who is a finalist for the Selke Award, will be joined by defenseman Zdeno Chara, who is finalist for the Norris Trophy as the league's best defenseman, according to the Boston Herald. TSN's Brent Wallace reports that Ottawa's Erik Karlsson and Nashville's Shea Weber...
The Washington Capitals defeated the Boston Bruins in overtime of game seven 2-1.
The 2011-2012 season has ended for the Boston Bruins after their 2-1 game seven overtime loss to the Washington Capitals. It’s unfortunate that the run to repeat ended this early, but I am not too surprised that it did. There is a reason that the last team to repeat...
So much for the Stanley Cup repeat for the Boston Bruins.That's because they lost a teeth-clenching, arm-twisting, nail-biting game 7 of their opening round playoff series against the Washington Capitals.And folks, if you have even the slightest interest in Hockey, then you know why the playoffs are some of the most dramatic events in professional sports.The incredibly dramatic...
Tonight's Game 7 or what we like to call it -- Boston Bruins Hockey. Four Game 7s in two years. Might just start predicting every Bruins series is going to go seven games at this rate. Anyways, if you woke up this morning thinking you'd be used to Game 7s by now you're probably realizing how very wrong you are.Pre-Game reading:Once again it's time to rally the men...
Ding dong, the witch is dead. Well, not a witch. The Bruins. The Bruins are dead. Can you see me smiling from here? All we need to happen now is for the Senators to beat the Rangers, and the Panthers to beat the Devils, and the NHL's failure will be complete. Poor Gary Bettman must be drinking his face off right now, thinking about what the NHL playoffs are turning into. A television...
Last spring, Boston and the rest of the hockey-world watched in disbelief as every bounce, match-up and puck seemed to go Boston's way.
Everything, no matter how unlikely it seemed, fell in place for the Bruins.
Nathan Horton's first round overtime goal a year ago? 99 times out of 100, that's an easy glove save for Carey Price. Breaking through the patented one...
Come one come all to yet another game seven for the Boston Bruins. Lets hope that this will not be the last one this season. To paraphrase Game of Thrones; What do we say to elimination? Not today. Click Here To Open Chat In New Tab
Alzner Shoots (Photo credit: clydeorama)
The Washington Capitals have done a lot of talking and at times whining during this series that I don't hear the Boston Bruins doing this as much. I haven't watched them enough this season to know if it's their modus operandi or not. If the Capitals think they are going to run the Boston Bruins out of the building they are...
Epic Game 7 Win Revives Hope in DC
It all started with the waiting game.
In the opening 10 minutes of Game Seven between the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals, the two teams exchanged a total of nine shots (6 for Boston, 3 for the Caps) and 15 hits (7 for Boston, 8 for the Caps).
Neither club had the courage to take control of the play, so the game wafted into a tentative...
“For them to judge what knocks you down, they don’t know your balance or what not on the play. They’re sitting at home watching on TV. I don’t really care what they say. They have no impact on my game, my life. They mean nothing.”
-Brad Marchand of the Boston Bruins on his reputation of being a “diver”. More on Boston/Washington from Katie Carrera of Capitals Insider.
from NESN, The Bruins season is over.
What the usually means is it’s time to start finger pointing, but not all fingers will be directed toward the B’s offense, defense, power play or bench—it will be at the officiating.
Joel Ward’s game-winning goal comes with some question marks as it appeared as though Mike Knuble made contact with Tim Thomas before and while the puck...