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Photo via Bruins TwitterScott Levesque (@scottlevesque)Online Content EditorI think it's safe to say that the majority of Bruins fans felt a small piece of their heart wither and die the day Andrew Ference was told he would no longer be wearing the Black and Gold.Team Pooh would forever lose a pillar of that 2012-2013 Boston Bruins team, and replacing Ferknuckle would be next to impossible.I mean how do you replace a guy whose tats alone provided a number of Bruins players unheralded superpowers.Ah, It seems like only yesterday when Ference was on the ice and... GEEZ! Snap out of it, man!Anyways, this Thursday the Bruins will reunite with the fun-loving defenseman but this time Ferknuckle will be donning a new jersey. One that represents far less to his former colleagues then the previous.Oh well... You can't always win in life can you, Slewban?Look who we found! Hey, @ferknuckle! ^CS pic.twitter.com/8Cuuysk8fa— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) December 11, 2013
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The Bruins are ******* monsters man. Maybe those dudes at Habs Eye on the Prize is right, maybe the Bruins are beginning to reap what they sow. Last night's actions by the Boston Bruins, and namely Zdeno Chara, pushed me over the edge. These guys at HEOTP are right - the Bruins are demonstrative jerkoffs and Zdeno Chara led the pack.
After last night's win in Calgary...
The Bruins ensured that Jarome Iginla‘s special night went exactly the way he wanted it to, rallying for a win in Calgary.
The former Flame was showered with admiration and respect during a pregame ceremony that highlighted just how much the winger meant to the city of Calgary. While Iginla said returning to the Scotiabank Saddledome ice triggered lots of great memories for him...
The Bruins increased their lead in the Eastern Conference to three points with a 4-2 win over the Oilers on Thursday night, and the difference in the game was the stellar performance of backup goalie Chad Johnson.
Boston came into the contest allowing just 28.9 shots per game, but it gave up 41 to the highly skilled Oilers. Even though he was forced to stop a lot of shots and three...
Douglas Hamilton is out for a while after the weird hit/skate cut(?) during the game in Toronto. Lower-body injury is all that's known. Here's the hit we think did it.
Dougie Hamilton out 2-4 weeks.
— Amalie Benjamin (@AmalieBenjamin) December 10, 2013
In other news, Loui Eriksson is officially on the IR, compliments of a brutal interference...
Jarome Iginla returned to Calgary as a visitor on Tuesday night, but the Flames faithful made him feel anything but.
The winger received the warmest of welcomes as he took the ice to a booming standing ovation and an outpouring of support from the place he called home for almost 16 seasons. Iginla certainly left his mark on Calgary as one of the franchise’s best players, but it...
Every team deals with injuries during an NHL season. It just so happens that the Bruins are dealing with all of them at once.
Over one mid-December week, the number of Bruins players lost to injury increased exponentially: since-returned Johnny Boychuk (back), Loui Eriksson (concussion), Chris Kelly (ankle), Dougie Hamilton (lower body) and Daniel Paille (upper body). The team...
Dion Phaneuf’s hit from behind on Bruins rookie defenseman Kevan Miller didn’t land him in the penalty box, but it will cost him a pair of game checks.
The NHL announced Tuesday that the Maple Leafs captain has been suspended two games for boarding Miller late the third period of Boston’s 5-2 win Sunday night. The suspension is Phaneuf’s first in his nine-year NHL career...
Jarome Iginla received an extended standing ovation before the opening faceoff of his first game back in Calgary since his trade last season.
The Calgary Flames honored their former captain with a video montage, but Scotiabank Saddledome was on its feet before the tribute.
Iginla was a Flame for 16 seasons and team captain for nine before he agreed to be dealt to the Pittsburgh...
Bruins enforcer Shawn Thornton knew he was headed to the NHL offices in New York City for an in-person meeting with NHL Director of Players Safety Brendan Shanahan for his attack on Brooks Orpik last weekend, and now he knows when it will be.
Thornton is tentatively scheduled to meet with Shanahan in person on Friday to discuss the incident with Orpik that led to him slewfooting...
Why we hate. An ongoing series analyzing the teams, players, and things that piss Canucks fans off the most. First up: the Boston Bruins.
In 1986 the Canucks traded Cam Neely and a first round draft pick (Glen Wesley) for Barry Pederson. This move has proven to be arguably the worst trade in Canucks history.
In 108 contests leading up to the 2011 Stanley cup finals series...
So this is what the NHL has come to; someone throws a legal body check that doesn’t injure anyone, and he has to engage in a fight because of it.
And if he doesn’t? Well, according to Boston Bruins’ enforcer Shawn Thornton, he doesn’t have a choice.
By now everyone has seen what transpired in Boston last week between the Penguins and Bruins. On Friday we get to find out exactly...
Ryan Nugent-Hopkins was seven the last time the Edmonton Oilers beat the Boston Bruins.
The 20-year-old Oilers center will try to help end his team's 10-game skid against the Eastern Conference-leading Bruins on Thursday night in Edmonton.
The Bruins' surge since early last month is hardly a surprise, but the Oilers' recent outstanding play has been unexpected.
A.B. Boston Bruins forward Jerome Iginla was honored by the Calgary Flames last night in his first game back since being traded to the Penguins last year. Iginla, who spent 16 years in Calgary, was greeted by cheers, chants of “Iggy”, a pre-game video tribute and a post-game ovation.
After spending 16 years with the Calgary Flames, Jarome Iginla will take the Scotiabank Saddledome ice as a visitor for the first time in his career.
Although Iginla was the face of the franchise in Calgary for over a decade and the Flames’ leader in games, goals and points, the winger could not be happier with where he is now — sporting the jersey with the spoked-B.
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