Found March 29, 2013 on
Days of Y'Orr:
On Saturday April 6th we're helping to throw another Boston Bruins Viewing Party. We like to do these once or twice a year so it's about time we fit one in before the playoffs. We're teaming up with our ol' friend Boston Sports Then & Now and Bruins Daily to throw this next one at The Harp on Causeway St. (same place as the Hockey Resurrection Party).
Here are the details:
When: Saturday, April 6th from 6pm - Whenever People Want to Leave
Where: The Harp -- 85 Causeway Street Boston, MA (across from the Garden)
Why: Because it's Bruins vs. Habs. Duh!
Who: Anyone 21+ (sorry, kiddos; it's a bar)
And as we usually try to do, this event us free. Get tickets at Bruinspalooza.eventbrite.com.
Last time we did a Bruins-Habs Viewing Party Chara tried killing Patches, so who knows what memories we'll all make on the 6th. So come on out and watch the game with Team DOY and Friends.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Last night, the Boston Bruins fell to the Montreal Canadiens by the score of 6-5 in a shoot-out and it appears that Boston goalie Tuukka Rask was not pleased with losing in a shoot-out.
As Rask was making his way to the Bruins bench from the goalie, he ended swinging his stick at the open bench door.
Then, he lost his balance and gave us this classic GIF seen below:
It was a frustrating evening for the Boston Bruins in its tilt against the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday at the TD Garden. The hometown team blew a two-goal lead in the third period with Andrei Markov capping the Habs’ comeback by scoring with 8.2 seconds left in regulation to tie the game 5-5. After a scoreless overtime, the Bruins ultimately lost to the Montreal Canadiens by...
Sure, Wednesday night’s game sucked. It sucked a lot. The Boston Bruins are officially currently the third best team in the Eastern Conference and no amount of talk about “games in hand” or the hot start can change that fact. This team had issues, notably with depth scoring and defense. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli fixed one of those issues late Wednesday night/early...
The Boston Bruins lost to the Montreal Canadiens in a shootout after leading by a score of 4-2 after two periods. The Bruins weren't very happy with the result (obviously), but no one displayed their frustration quite like Tuukka Rask.
Rask decided to take out his frustration by swinging his stick at the boards as he skated off the ice. The result went about as well as the...
The Bruins thought they had Jarome Iginla — then they didn’t.
After losing out on the longtime Calgary captain to the Pittsburgh Penguins — who had also previously acquired Brenden Morrow and Doug Murray — suggesting it’s panic time for the Bruins might not be too far off the mark. Nonetheless, the players that are actually on the team are staying focused, saying that they’re...
The Boston Bruins lost to Pittsburgh in the competition for Jarome Iginla. That should make it tougher for them to beat the already powerful Penguins in the playoffs.
It was a bitter battle to lose, of course. Especially considering Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli thought he already had the Calgary Flames' all-time leading goal scorer in the fold.
A few hours later,...
The Boston Bruins were duped by Jarome Iginla and the Calgary Flames.
Of course, Boston general manager Peter Chiarelli wouldnât say that, but itâs clear that itâs what he felt, thought, and fought back from spilling to the media during todayâs impromptu press conference at the TD Garden following the non-trade thatâs led to his club watching the 35-year...
It’s hard to believe that another two weeks of Bruins hockey have come and gone and the Black and Gold are set to enter the final month of the abbreviated NHL season. With a record of 21-7-4, it is fairly obvious that they are within striking distance of another Northeast Division crown, but as is the case every two weeks, it is time to take a much, much closer look at the team...
The Boston Bruins are an excellent hockey club with skill and ability to go far in the playoffs. What they have not been lately is bold. Jarome Iginla may have been unattainable because of a desire to play in Pittsburgh, however the Bruins hardly pulled out all the stops to get him. They should have given Calgary an offer that was far, far above that of any other team. They...
By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz)
Wednesday was a whirlwind night in Boston.
Just when the Bruins thought they had acquired Flames legend Jarome Iginla in a trade, Calgary called them back and broke the news; Iginla was a Penguin, not a Bruin.
It’s one of the strangest situations NHL fans have seen in a very long time. Multiple reports throughout the night indicated...
The Boston Bruins figured Jarome Iginla would be in Pennsylvania for a Saturday matinee with his new team.
That will be the case for Iginla, but he'll be across the state while the Bruins try to regroup during this visit to face the stumbling Philadelphia Flyers.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli thought he had a deal in place to acquire Iginla from Calgary, but the Flames...
So who was the most surprised by the Jarome Iginla trade to Pittsburgh? It seems like it was Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli. During a news conference Thursday afternoon, Chiarelli discussed how Boston’s package deal for the coveted Flames captain was put together and eventually fell apart in the early morning hours. “We made [...]