MARCO STURM RUMORS & GOSSIP
Yesterday, Marco "Sturmface" Sturm officialy retired from professional hockey. Sturm played five season for the Bruins before suffering from his second knee injury and major surgery,
Sturm's carreer in Boston was just coming to a close when we started Days of Y'Orr (and he spent a lot of it on the IR), so we don't have a ton of Photoshops of Sturmface, but...
Former Boston Bruins forward Marco Sturm, who hasn’t played in an NHL game in nearly two years, has officially hung up his skates.
Sturm announced his retirement via German news outlet Eishockey News, capping off a 15-year career NHL that made its way through San Jose, Boston, Washington, Los Angeles, Vancouver and most recently Florida.
Marco Sturm has retired after 18 pro seasons...
Claude Julien is an old hat at the outdoor hockey spectacle at the NHL level.
The Bruins coach was the Habs bench boss when they took part in the very first Heritage Classic with the Edmonton Oilers back in 2003, and, of course, was coaching the Black and Gold when they defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in overtime at the 2010 Winter Classic at Fenway Park.
Who could ever forget...
Injured Boston Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg received an encouraging phone call from a former B’s teammate on Sunday.
Marco Sturm, who blew out his ACL and MCL during his final season in Boston, dialed up his fellow German countryman to offer some words of support.
Seidenberg also tore both knee ligaments in a loss to the Ottawa Senators on Saturday and will undergo season...
Old fan favorite Marco Sturm has signed with the Kolner Haie (Cologne Sharks) in the Deutsche Eishockey Liga (German Ice Hockey Leage), according to the team website.
From Google Transalte:
Marco Sturm goes to Cologne
The Cologne Sharks have taken before final transfer to the German NHL players Marco Sturm signed. The 34-year-old striker, who has...
SUNRISE, FL – Florida Panthers Executive Vice President & General Manager Dale Tallon announced today LW Marco Sturm underwent a minor knee procedure on Monday, Feb. 6 at Doctors Hospital in Coral Gables. The procedure was performed by D...
Florida Panthers left wing Marco Sturm had minor knee surgery on Monday and is expected to be sidelined three to four weeks.
Coach Kevin Dineen confirmed the 33-year-old Sturm's surgery.
The 21st overall pick of the 1996 draft, Sturm has collected two goals, an assist and 25 penalty minutes in 34 games with the Vancouver Canucks and Panthers this season.
PHILADELPHIA – The biggest games seem to always bring out the most unlikely heroes. When you think back to the past two Winter Classics, Washington’s Eric Fehr and Boston’s Marco Sturm stole the spotlight. In today’s 3-2 win over the Flyers, Rangers forward Mike Rupp emerged as the hero for the Blueshirts.With the team trailing 2-0, Rupp scored twice for the Rangers to...
BOSTON -- Marco Sturm's many travels have finally brought him back to a familiar place, albeit in a strange new role. The former Bruins forward was back in Boston on Thursday for the first time since being traded to Los Angeles last Dec. 11, returning to play against the Bruins for the first time since that deal. He's not with the Kings anymore though. Sturm is actually with...
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