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Former Bruin Tyler Seguin arrives in Boston on November 5th for the first time since being traded to Dallas
The NHL released 2013-14 regular season schedule yesterday, and those eager to see their beloved Boston Bruins back in action won’t have to wait very long. In fact, those very fans can start circling games on their calendars by taking a look here at next season’s schedule. Here are ten games that might catch your attention.
October 3rd, 2013 Vs. Tampa Bay Lightning: This is the Bruins home and season opener. Fans in attendance will likely get treated to a bittersweet banner raising regarding the Eastern Conference crown. Boston fans will also get a look at a much different team than they had last season. Gone are Tyler Seguin, Rich Peverley, Jaromir Jagr, Andrew Ference, and Nathan Horton. In are Loui Eriksson, and Jarome Iginla as well youngsters like Niklas Svedberg, Dougie Hamilton, Torey Krug, Matt Bartkowski, as well newbies Matt Fraser, and Reilly Smith possibly making...
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People forget how long eight years really is because a lot can happen between now and eight years from now. For example, our nation could have had two different presidents during eight years, a nation could fall during that time period, and athletes could begin to break down mentally and physically. The Bruins thought that eight years was just right for their guy in net, Tuukka Rask...
The NHL released the 2013-14 schedule Friday and revealed new division names. The new four division names are Atlantic, Metropolitan, Central and Pacific. The Atlantic and Metropolitan divisions make up the Eastern Conference and each division has eight teams. The Central and Pacific
After a small delay, the NHL has finally released their season schedules for each team. It had been delayed because of trying to work around Olympic scheduling. Without any further delay let’s dig into what these season holds for the Bruins. 2013-2014 Schedule (Games in Bold = Intriguing Contest) OCTOBER: Thu. Oct. 03 Tampa Bay 7:00PM Sat. Oct. 05 Detroit 7:00PM Thu. Oct....
The Bruins and the rest of the NHL found out their schedule for the 2013-14 schedule on Friday afternoon, and with the return to the 82-game schedule this season, the B’s will get a look at the entire league.
After getting a quick glance at the Bruins’ schedule, there are a handful of games that stand out right away. Here’s a quick look at some of the games to watch this season...
Bruins forward Jordan Caron, who has bounced back and forth between Boston and Providence over the last three seasons, will call Boston his permanent home starting this fall.
CSNNE.com Bruins insider Joe Haggerty is reporting that the B’s have signed Caron to a one-year, one-way deal worth $640,000. Caron was a restricted free agent.
The Bruins first round pick in 2009 is coming...
According to iSport.cz, a Jaromir Jagr/Rangers reunion could be in the works.
iSport says that the Rangers have the fiscal space to sign the UFA Jagr as they are $3M under the cap.
...apparently the guys over at iSport haven't been following the Rangers this offseason. While they're correct that the Rangers have $3M in cap space, they left out the fact that the...
In case you forgot, pop sensation Justin Bieber broke a cardinal hockey superstition when he unwittingly stepped on the Blackhawks logo in the Chicago dressing room while snapping a photo of the Stanley Cup earlier this month. With the Biebs in town to play the TD Garden on Saturday night, the Boston Bruins were taking no chances, as they hilariously set up a barricade around their...
It's been almost two months since the Boston Bruins swept the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Eastern Conference finals, which is apparently enough time for Pens star Sidney Crosby to begin the emotional-healing process.
It's also enough time for him to begin the physical-healing process, as his surgically repaired jaw continues to mend. Shortly after the series ended, Crosby...
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...
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 what happened to the CHicago Blackhawks, the Boston Bruins weren’t about to risk having Justin Bieber step on their sacred logo in their locker room. The Bruins put up a barricade so the Biebs wouldn’t be able to step on their logo. Smart.
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The Boston Bruins were Bieber ready when Justin had a show at the TD Gardens last night. They weren’t gonna let him disrespect their logo like Chicago did.-TO
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The 2013-14 NHL schedule released Friday yields a myriad of intriguing matchups for the Bruins.
There’s the return to TD Garden for new Dallas Stars Tyler Seguin and Rich Peverley on Nov. 5 and a tilt with Andrew Ference‘s Oilers a month later. Bruins fans are also blessed with two games against both the Blackhawks and Canucks and three against Sidney Crosby‘s Pittsburgh Penguins...
The Nashville Predators recently gave Rich Clune a two-year, $1.7 million extension which will keep him with the club through the 2015-16 season. Clune agreed to the contract even though the Predators failed to meet some of his contract demands.
Curious what Clune was "demanding" from the Predators?
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(photo via Bleacherreport.com) Finally...the NHL has released the schedule for the upcoming season. Also, they've revealed the names for the newly re-designed divisions, 'Atlantic,' 'Metropolitan,' 'Pacific,' and 'Central.' They're a far-cry from the hopes of Adams, Smythe, Norris, Selke, etc, along with dozens of other suggestions that...