Found July 12, 2011 on Sportress of Blogitude:
Well, perhaps I shouldn’t be too hasty in that assertion: initial tests came back negative, but Phil Pritchard, the so-called Keeper of the Cup, is still awaiting further results, so I guess we’ll just have to wait it out. But what I can disclose that Lord Stanley’s Cup did in fact make an appearance last [...]

Tim Thomas Visits Hockey Camp in Burlington, VT., Expects to Soon Bring Stanley Cup There

Even though Tim Thomas is on top of the hockey world, part of his heart remains in Vermont, where he played four seasons at the University of Vermont from 1993 to 1997. Thomas stopped by a youth hockey camp in Burlington on Tuesday, where he spent some time answering campers' questions and discussing the Bruins' wild Stanley Cup run. The two-time Vezina Trophy winner also...

Bruins First-Round Pick Dougie Hamilton Soaks in Boston Atmosphere, Says Grilled Cheese Is Favorite Food

The Bruins may have gotten one of the biggest steals of the 2011 NHL draft in Dougie Hamilton. But most fans probably don't know much about the big defenseman. For example, did you know that his favorite food is grilled cheese? And did you know that both of his parents are former Canadian Olympians?'s Chantel McCabe caught up with the No. 9 overall pick at this year...

David Warsofsky Hoping to Become Next Bruins Prospect to Use Development Camp as NHL Stepping Stone

David Warsofsky may be just 21 years old, but he's certainly no stranger to what Bruins hockey is all about. The Marshfield, Mass., native and Boston University product just completed his second development camp, and he seems to be chomping at the bit to get a chance with the hometown team at the highest level. Warsofsky spoke with NESN's Randy Scott recently and the defenseman...

Contest: Photoshop Bruins Bear, win Stanley Cup DVD, tix

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Bruins add Corvo to list of defensemen

Time will tell how it all works out, but it's hard to deny that Peter Chiarelli found a pretty clever way to fill a hole on the Boston Bruins' blue line. Upon realizing that negotiations with Tomas Kaberle weren't going to bring the veteran defenseman back to Boston under the Bruins' desired contract terms, Chiarelli went to the team that did give Kaberle the three...

Stanley Cup Visits Lake Placid, As Bruins Thank Residents for Brief Stay During Quarterfinal Break Against Canadiens

You might be wondering why the Boston Bruins' Stanley Cup was being passed around by fans in New York this week. No, it wasn't stolen by angry Rangers fans, it was just a way for the B's organization to say "thanks" to the residents of Lake Placid, NY for being gracious hosts during their Stanley Cup run. Between Games 3 and 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals...

General David Petraeus Presented With Autographed Bruins Photo Before Leaving Post as NATO Commander

General David Petraeus' time as commander of NATO troops in Afghanistan is nearing its end. That move should make it a little easier for the general to follow his favorite hockey team -- the Boston Bruins. It was recently revealed that Gen. Petraeus, who is leaving his post in Afghanistan to become the director of the CIA, is actually a fan of the Black and Gold, reports TSN...

Bruins Prospects Leave Positive Impression at Development Camp, But Youngsters Remain Longshots to Make Immediate Leap to Big Club

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- The Bruins wrapped up their fifth annual development camp Monday afternoon at Ristuccia Arena, and the club's management team was once again pleased with what it witnessed from the two dozen prospects on hand. "I liked what I saw," Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli said after the final scrimmage Monday afternoon. "Each day they got better...

Ryan Spooner smarter, stronger

WILMINGTON - Prior to yesterday's scrimmage at Ristuccia Arena as part of the Bruins development camp, the last...

2011 Boston Bruins Draft Grades

9. Boston Bruins from Toronto Maple Leafs Dougie Hamilton D Niagara IceDogs OHL Hamilton could have gone in the the top 5 and could have gone as early as #4 to the New Jersey Devils if Florida took Adam Larsson at #3. When it comes to picking at the 2011 NHL Draft there is your typical highway robbery steal.  Then, there is taking candy from a baby.  Taking candy from a baby is...

News and Notes on Tonight's WWE Raw Broadcast

Tonight's WWE Raw show will be broadcast from the home of the Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins. The show will be held in Boston, Mass. at the TD Garden. C.M. Punk is advertised for what could be his final appearance on Raw given that his contract w

Camp wrap, Day 5

WILMINGTON -- The Bruins wrapped up their fifth annual development camp with their second scrimmage in the last two days.

Hamilton paints a big picture

WILMINGTON - The Bruins' development camps are not just about hockey. Away from the ice, the prospects are put...

Plot to thicken for O’Gara

WILMINGTON - For the past four days, Rob O’Gara has occupied the Ristuccia Arena stall that usually houses Dennis Seidenberg. Based on his appearance, it would take three O’Garas to fill the space of one Seidenberg.
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