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It appears that the Bruins will be well-represented when Team Canada convenes for its orientation camp in August ahead of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
Hockey Canada announced its management group, coaching staff and orientation camp roster Monday, and five members of the Bruins organization are set to be involved. General manager Peter Chiarelli will be part of the management team. Also, head coach Claude Julien will be part of the coaching staff.
There were three B’s on the 47-player orientation camp rosteras well. The orientation camp will take place Aug. 25-28 in Calgary, and it will allow the Hockey Canada program the chance to evaluate players in advance of the Sochi Olympics.
Patrice Bergeron, Milan Lucic and Brad Marchand were the three Bruins given the chance to represent their country at the camp. Bergeron skated for Team Canada at the 2010 Winter Olympics where the Canadians won the gold medal. He has now won the Olympic gold medal, a world championship and Stanley Cup making...
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Jaromir Jagr’s NHL career begins another chapter. The 41-year old veteran has agreed to play for his seventh NHL team, the New Jersey Devils, next season. ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun reported the news on Monday morning, saying that Jagr has agreed to a one-year deal that won’t be announced until tomorrow. OK 30-sec break from vacation. Jaromir Jagr has agreed to one-year deal with...
Well look it there! Jaromir Jagr is about to sign another one-year deal - this time sticking with the Eastern Conference; which for all sense and purposes fits him better than the Western did.
At 41 years of age Jaromir Jagr will reportedly sign a one-year deal with the New Jersey Devils Tuesday; and has moved one step closer to playing in every team within the newly developed...
With the announcement of Claude Julien as an assistant coach and Peter Chiarelli in a management-type role with Team Canada, more news is rolling in about the camp rosters. It appears that three Bruins were invited to Canada's camp roster.
Those three Bruins?
Patrice Bergeron, Milan Lucic and Brad Marchand.
Yeah - Brad Marchand. Crazy isn't it? ...
The DOY mancrush on Shawn Thornton is one that will never end. Today we celebrate Thornton's 36th birthday. Happy Birthday Shawn - one can only hope that you're currently punching your Sidney Crosby inspired punching bag, throwing darts at that picture of Krys Barch you have pinned to your dartboard and later will be in Buffalo getting ready to pounce on Patrick Kaleta.
OK 30-sec break from vacation. Jaromir Jagr has agreed to one-year deal with Devils. Likely won't be officially announced until Tuesday...
— Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) July 22, 2013
Jaromir Jagr’s NHL career begins another chapter. The 41-year old veteran has agreed to play for his seventh NHL team, the New Jersey Devils, next season.
ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun reported the news on Monday morning, saying that Jagr has agreed to a one-year deal that won’t be announced until tomorrow.
OK 30-sec break from vacation. Jaromir Jagr has agreed to one-year deal with...
Jaromir Jagr has made a deal with the Devils.
ESPN.com’s Pierre LeBrun reports that Jagr has agreed to a one-year deal with the New Jersey Devils. According to LeBrun, it’s unlikely the deal is announced until Tuesday afternoon.
The 41-year-old Jagr is coming off of another fairly productive season. The future Hall of Famer spent time in both Dallas and Boston during the lockout...
As it turns out, the Boston Bruins did not execute one of the funniest sports jokes of the year before Justin Bieber performed at the TD Garden on Saturday night. Like several other sites, we were tricked by a photoshop job that made it look like the Bruins roped off their locker room logo so [...]
Justin Bieber performed at the TD Garden in Boston on Saturday night. In preparation of the concert the Boston Bruins had the foresight to rope off the area of their locker room that displays their logo.
Stepping on the team logo is a big no-no in hockey as it is deemed disrespectful and considered bad luck.
Bieber was seen standing on the logo of the Chicago Blackhawks recently...
OK 30-sec break from vacation. Jaromir Jagr has agreed to one-year deal with Devils. Likely won’t be officially announced until Tuesday… — Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) July 22, 2013 … Jagr had a very good season with the Dallas Stars than was traded to the Boston Bruins around the deadline. He didn’t do much in [...]
from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,
In 2009, 46 players were invited to the Canadian men’s Olympic orientation camp in Calgary, but Patrice Bergeron wasn’t among them. Four months later, when the roster for the 2010 Olympic team was announced, Bergeron’s name was there, but a whole lot of other sure-fire, can’t-miss candidates had fallen by the wayside, including...
In light of Justin Bieber's major transgression in stepping all over the Blackhawks' logo while admiring the Stanley Cup, Boston has roped off the Bruins logo on its locker room floor.
After the amount of publicity the photo of Justin Bieber standing on the Chicago Blackhawks logo got, the Boston Bruins decided to take some preventative measures by roping off the Bruins logo in the center of their locker room. Some creative thinking by the Bruins organization as they prepped for the Bieber concert.
[Larry Brown Sports]