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UCLA kept its raucous celebration in the locker room, with only a few tweeted photos providing any evidence.
By the time the Bruins emerged from their Rose Bowl party following their 36-30 victory over Nebraska on Saturday night, they were all business again, insisting it was just another victory.
It sure felt like more than that after a long-struggling program flattened a perennial college football power.
With a new coaching staff, an exciting freshman quarterback and what certainly seems to be a novel attitude toward success, these Bruins are off to a strong start in the lengthy task of fixing 15 years of mostly mediocre football at UCLA.
The Bruins (2-0) cracked the AP poll at No. 22 on Sunday, earning their first ranking in more than four years.
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Tyler Seguin is far from being a typical 20-year-old. Besides being one of the NHL's best young stars and the leading goal-scorer for the Boston Bruins last season, Seguin also gets to give MTV Cribs-like tours of his Toronto summer home to Boston Bruins TV. Seguin's two-floor abode boasts great views of the Toronto skyline with the landmark CN Tower dominating much of the...
Brad Marchand #63 of the Boston Bruins reacts after scoring at 17:49 of the second period against the Washington Capitals in Game Five of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at TD Garden on April 21, 2012 in Boston, Massachusetts.
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David Krejci and the Bruins are waiting to see if the NHL players and owners can sort out their differences and start the season on time. But regardless whether or not there's a lockout, one thing seems clear: Tim Thomas won't be between the pipes for the B's. Thomas, of course, has decided to take a year off from the NHL. leaving Tuukka Rask as the team's starting...
Last week, Bruins winger Brad Marchand scored a big payday when it was announced that he and the B's agreed on an extension. Will Tyler Seguin sign his name on a dotted line this week? The B's leading scorer from a year ago sure hopes so. "I want to stay [in Boston] and start a life here," Seguin told WEEI.com's DJ Bean before the Bruins' annual golf tournament...
Andrew Ference turned up at the Boston Bruins annual charity golf tournament wearing his NHL Players Association cap.
He said he was ready for the season - or anything else.
The Bruins returned to town this week for the start of training camp. Rookies were scheduled to start Friday, with veterans joining them Sept. 21.
But the collective bargaining agreement expires Saturday,...
"The little ball of hate" is going to have some pocket change. Bruins left wing Brad Marchand signed a four-year contract extension with the Bruins on Friday that gives him an average of $4.5 million a year throughout the deal. Marchand has scored 25 goals and handed out 24 assists in his two years with Boston. Marchand was on the phone Friday night to talk with NESN Daily...
ESPNJust days after the announcement of Brad Marchand's contract extension, Tyler Seguin has stated that the Bruins and him are talking about a contract extension. According to Seguin: "There's been discussions...It's looking good, and I'm looking forward to hopefully playing in Boston for many years. I want to stay here and start a life here. That's what...
Brad Marchand received a contract extension from the Bruins on Friday
Brad Marchand received a contract extension from the Boston Bruins on Friday. The extension, that kicks in next year, is scheduled to pay Brad Marchand a cap hit of $4.5 million over four seasons.
Marchand is coming off a season where he put up 55 points on 28 goals and 27 assists and posted a +/- of 31, one of...
Tyler Seguin said he is confident for new contract with Bruins soon and if his body language spoke the truth, I’m guessing it’s done already
— Jimmy Murphy (@MurphysLaw74) September 10, 2012
James Murphy must have a hell of a degree in non-verbal communication.
With the Boston Bruins signing Brad Marchand to a four year contract extension worth $18 million, look for them to now set their sights on locking up Tyler Seguin and Milan Lucic for the long term as well. Both Seguin and Lucic have one year remaining on their current deals – like Marchand before his extension – before they become restricted free agents.