Found September 10, 2013 on
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Author's note: There are spoilers, though it's not like there's anything ground breaking. If you want to go into the show completely unaware of what happens, you should probably stop here. Also, you can catch the first episode here.
So tonight NESN debuted "Behind the B", a 24/7-eqsue show that grants people an inside look into the Boston Bruins organization. The show ran for an hour and was narrated by Dennis Leary. I want to apologize to everyone for not having a live stream as I'm still learning how to stream from my TV. I also contemplated and toyed with the idea of having a live webcast while I watched the show and looking back, I'm glad it didn't happen.
The initial reason for me not setting up a live webcast was my run went longer than I expected. I'm actually surprised I didn't break my ankle running at night because I can barely see down the hall at night. Anyway, I watched the first half of the show and actually turned it...
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Patrice Bergeron‘s Stanley Cup Final injuries will no doubt be inflated and overblown as time goes on. and for good reason.That’s just the way it goes with these types of things, and they become larger than life. However, the fact that we’re still talking about them — and his decision to play through them — says a ton about what kind of effort it really was. CBC.ca has...
It’s supposed to be ridiculously hot Wednesday in Boston, but there will be a reminder that winter is not far behind. That’s because the Bruins open training camp Wednesday in Boston, less than three months after their season ended in disappointing fashion in the Stanley Cup Final.
The B’s will be off the ice Wednesday, as they’ll get their conditioning testing and other...
Bruins training camp starts this week, which means Jack Edwards, Andy Brickley and new rink-side reporter Jamie Erdahl will soon be heading to TD Garden to cover the defending Eastern Conference Champion Bruins. But before NESN’s Bruins broadcast team takes off for the Garden, they will spend four days touring New England and meeting with fans.
NESN’s Back in Black and Gold Tour will...
If the NHL regular season started Wednesday, neither Patrice Bergeron nor Gregory Campbell would be on the ice for the Bruins. The good news for the Bruins, of course, is that the regular season doesn’t start Wednesday. It starts in a few weeks.
That might be enough time for Bergeron and Campbell to heal up from their respective injuries, but as of now, they haven’t been cleared...
Though both Patrice Bergeron and Gregory Campbell will be practicing with the Bruins this week neither would be cleared to play in games if they started today according to coach Claude Julien.
"When it comes time to play those exhibition games it'll be a conversation again with our trainers and making sure if they're going to play there's not a risk factor"...
The Bruins rookie camp came to a close on Tuesday, and now it is time for the youngsters to plead their cases for roster spots at training camp on Wednesday.
After spending a couple of days in Coral Gables, Fla., for their rookie tournament, Malcolm Subban and Matthew Lindblad are back at Ristuccia Arena bringing everything they’ve learned so far with them. Lindblad noted the...
Patrice Bergeron suffered a barrage of injuries during the playoffs, but he has been adamant about returning before training camp, and the forward appears to be right on schedule.
Training camp is only three days away, and No. 37 is already lacing up the skates and working out with his teammates at captains’ practices. After dealing with injuries to his ribs, a separated shoulder...
Hockey is officially back now that NHL clubs have started their training camps. The Bruins have started their training camp today at the TD Garden, which is closed to the public/media. With the start of training camp, the Bruins also announced the two groups that will be practicing at various times throughout the week.
FORWARDS: Patrice Bergeron, Scott Campbell...
NESN today announced their plans for the 2013-2014 Bruins season, which include 71 Bruins games, enhanced pre and post game shows, a larger role for Billy Jaffe and have named Jamie Erdahl to replace Naoko Funayama at rink-side.
Erdahl has filled in for Jenny Dell on Red Sox broadcast on several occasions this season, and has gotten good reviews for her performance.
Here is the release...
I know the thought of sending Dougie Hamilton to Providence immediately has some people shaking their head. We know what this kid is projected to turn into. He was a top 10 draft pick, he showed some promise in his first few weeks offensively and he'll be a big part of the Bruins organization going forward. The reason I ask this question, however, is because it is unknown if...
If J.J. Watt ever runs himself out of football, the Bruins should look into pairing the 6-foot-5, 289-pound defensive end with the 6-foot-9, 256-pound Zdeno Chara on the blue line.
Watt is already a big fan of the defenseman’s game, after all.
Watt shared his affinity for hockey with Peter King this week, calling Chara his favorite player and reminiscing about playing as a kid...
Patrice Bergeron wasn’t sure he’d be able to swing a golf club yesterday.
The center who suffered multiple serious injuries during the Stanley Cup finals 21⁄2 months ago was still feeling the damage to his lower front ribs a broken rib and torn cartilage as he took part in the Boston Bruins Foundation’s 10th annual golf tournament.
Center Gregory Campbell also has not recovered...
Another New England summer is grinding itself down to a bittersweet end. Heralded in by the steady dissipation of homicidal thoughts swirling around my head while driving south on route 3 on a Friday afternoon, the arrival of Sam Adams "Octoberfest" (Really, Jim? August? Really?), and my father cursing at Tom Brady in the kitchen; Autumn has arrived. But, for yours truly...