Found January 16, 2013 on
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For the upcoming shortened NHL season to end in another cup
for the Bruins, this must be a breakthrough year for our young talent. Here I
am primarily referring to Tyler Seguin and Tuukka Rask. These are two guys who can be superstars in
this league for years to come, and if they play to the level they are capable
of consistently, they will carry the team to playoff success for years to come.
However, the key word there is IF.
Seguin’s Breakthrough Year
At 20 years old, Tyler Seguin may not be capable of operating a washing machine, however we do know he can be a prolific goal scorer, and electrifying talent, and a formidable competitor for Gronk in the pursuit of Boston’s finest young women.
But it is now time for Seguin to move to the next level- the upper echelon of young NHL talent. If Seguin continues to develop his skill set and knowledge of the game, I see no reason why Seguin can’t play on a similar level as contemporaries such as Steven Stamkos, Patrick Kane,...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Bruins players, and their fans, are ready for Saturday night’s season opener
The Bruins got back on the ice Tuesday night as they faced off against the Providence Bruins in the Garden. Personally, my expectations were not high for this scrimmage, seeing as how the Bruins haven’t played an actual game together in over half a year. That, along with the fact that these are scrimmages...
The Boston Bruins are hoping they can take advantage of the shortened season with a veteran team that's largely the same as last year.
The big difference is the absence of goalie Tim Thomas, who has decided to sit out a season. The team has placed the two-time Vezina Trophy winner on the suspended list.
That means Tuukka Rask is the No. 1 goalie for now. Rask had the job in...
It has always been a dream of Chris Bourque’s to take the ice at the Garden in a Bruins sweater — just as his father Ray did for 21 years. The 26-year-old got that opportunity Tuesday night, when he suited up for the B’s in the team’s annual Black and Gold scrimmage. The Providence Bruins — Boston’s AHL affiliate — pulled out a 7-5 victory over the big league club...
Two of the biggest Bruins question marks heading into the season also happen to be two of the team’s biggest exclamation points.
Adam McQuaid (blood clot) and Nathan Horton (concussions) are skating into the shortened 2013 campaign with all eyes watching their every move. There’s no telling how each player will come out of the gates, but if they shoot out like Bruins fans know...
Tonight, for the first time in nearly 12 months, Nathan Horton will strap on his pads, pull on his Bruins jersey and head out onto the TD Garden ice for a game without any health limitations. Sure, it’s only an exhibition game versus the Providence Bruins, but it’s a start.
It’s been almost a full calendar year since Horton suffered his second concussion in a seven-month span...
Dougie Hamilton is just 19 years old and has yet to appear in an NHL game, so Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli finds it difficult to put a ceiling on what exactly the big defenseman could accomplish in his career. But when asked who Hamilton compares to, Chiarelli threw out a couple of interesting names.
Chiarelli said that Hamilton’s skill set reminds him of Larry Robinson...
Tonight's game between the Providence Bruins and Boston Bruins didn't mean anything.
In fact, they had to call it the "Black & Gold Intersquad Scrimmage" to avoid it breaking some sort of NHL-AHL rule. It was a pointless contest meant to shake the rust of a three-month plus lockout off the skates, but it instead raised some questions regarding the strength...
It’s tough to think that Bruins fans may need extra or added reasons to watch the Bruins now that hockey is back. Just seeing the game back on ice across the continent will be good enough for many.
But if for some reason you need a little extra motivation or added incentive, here’s one reason (there are plenty more) to watch every single Bruins game this season, starting with...
The Bruins’ season gets underway on Saturday, and plenty has been said about the importance of each game during the shortened season. However, with the B’s set to compete in one of the toughest divisions in the NHL, games against division opponents will be especially key during the 48-game slate.
Last season, Boston rolled to its second straight Northeast Division crown, clearing...
During last nights scrimmage with the their AHL affiliates, it wasn't just the Boston Bruins who were shaking off the dust. Collectively, across New England and beyond, we, the forever loyal Boston Bruins fans, snapped and shook the **** from our jerseys and began to prepare mentally for what will be most definitely be a whirlwind thunder-**** of a season. We have giggled giddily...
Let's Hope Some Rangers Hit the Ice On Saturday
At 7:00 p.m. on Saturday night the Garden will be packed in Black and Gold as the New York Rangers come to town to kick off the 2013 NHL season.
The Bruins have to realize that they must step on the gas and not let up. With 12 players playing overseas during the lockout, we are already a step ahead in terms of...
from David Shoalts of the Globe and Mail,
With only 48 games to decide which 16 of 30 teams make the postseason, streaks – both winning and losing – will be magnified. A slow start because you added two new forwards to your top six and they didn’t mesh immediately, or a five-game losing skid because your most important players are just not in game shape, will be deadly...
Tuukka Rask is the Boston Bruins biggest question in 2013
Rejoice ye’ puck fanatics and repent the evil that was the NHL lockout! On Saturday, a little over three months since the NHL season was supposed to start, the Boston Bruins will begin their campaign for the Stanley Cup on Saturday evening in Boston where they take on the New York Rangers. While Tuesday’s “loss” to...
Next up is the Northeast Division #1. Boston Bruins- Without Tim Thomas, this would be a bold choice, but with how weak the division is, this is an easy pick. Two years removed from a Stanley Cup and the Bruins are looking to climb that mountain once again. Young gun, Tyler Seguin is leading the charge for the [...]
Although it may be tough to believe, hockey season is actually here. The Bruins are back. The regular season opens up Friday, when the Rangers come to town to take on the B's at the TD Garden.
When the puck drops at seven, the two teams will battle it out for the first time this season. Both teams are relying on the little bit of practice that they've had as a whole...