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With 6 games left in season, Marty Turco debuts new Boston Bruins goalie mask

Prior to Thursday’s 3-2 shootout loss to the Washington Capitals, the Boston Bruins’ backup goaltender Marty Turco revealed a new look with a new custom helmet. Painted by Dave Gunnarsson, Turco had another Gargoyle-themed shell done up. A look at Marty Turco's new helmet, featuring his signature Gargoyle. InGoal Magazine revealed the new look, here’s the piece...
Via centericechat.com
March 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Marty Turco's Bright Yellow Pads Help Him Nab First Win in Net for the Bruins (Video)

Marty Turco made good on his first complete game as the Bruins goalie, snatching 25 saves on 27 shots in Boston's 3-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Sunday night. Turco was adorned in new, bright yellow pads for the victory -- his first win in over a year. The win was also Turco's first with the Bruins and followed his rough outing against Tampa Bay, where he was heavily shelled...
Via NESN.com
March 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Turco gets first win since Feb. 2011

Marty Turco didn't belong in a suit behind an anchor desk doing analysis for the NHL Network. Nor should he have been wasting his talents overseas. He belonged back in the NHL. Sunday night, he proved it. Turco was the winning goalie in an NHL game for the first time in more than 13 months with the help of a disallowed goal that would have tied it, and the Boston Bruins got...
Via AP on Fox
March 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Marty Turco Solid in Bruins Debut, Should Give Club Confidence to Use Him to Give Tim Thomas Needed Rest

By the time Marty Turco entered a game for the first time as a Bruin, Boston was already trailing by three goals and had lost one of its top defensive defensemen to injury. The club's best defensive forward would go down as well just 22 seconds after Turco took over. It wasn't exactly the scenario the veteran netminder would have drawn up for his Bruins debut, but he made...
Via NESN.com
March 11, 2012  |  Discuss

VIDEO: Marty Turco’s first practice with the Boston Bruins

Marty Turco landed back in the states, and took in his first practice with the Boston Bruins. Turco touched on the obvious aspects of seeing the light of day in the NHL again to being part of the defending Stanley Cup champions. Here’s the video: Matthew Wilson is editor of Center Ice Chat. Follow him on Twitter @Mattjw24. Be sure to also Like us on Facebook and to...
Via centericechat.com
March 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Marty Turco Happy to Pass Up Vacation in Italy for Chance to Get Back to Work in NHL With Bruins

WILMINGTON, Mass. –- Marty Turco might be the only guy ever to be happy to pass up a chance to go to Rome to spend a day in Wilmington. The Bruins newest goalie was all set to begin a family vacation in Italy this week, resigned to the fact that he would not get back to the NHL this season after spending the past decade in the league. Those plans changed when injuries to Tuukka...
Via NESN.com
March 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Marty Turco With Team Canada Mask At First Boston Bruins Practice

Bruins Spoked B, Team Canada Mask A.B. I love Turco rocking the Team Canada mask at his first Boston Bruins practice. First, it’s a statement to the team & staff: “I was Canada’s goalie in the ’06 Winter Olympics. This aint my first rodeo. Let’s go win some games.” I Love it. Second, the vast majority of Bruins players are from Canada. They could care less about Timmy...
Via The Awesome Boston
March 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Marty Turco Clears Waivers, Practices With Bruins on Wednesday

Let the Marty Turco era in Boston begin. Turco cleared waivers on Wednesday and joined his new teammates at practice at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington, Mass. The netminder was wearing a red helmet and was at the center of the team stretch at center ice, according to NESN.com Bruins reporter Douglas Flynn. Turco has 273 career wins and a 2.35 goals-against average in 538 career games...
Via NESN.com
March 07, 2012  |  Discuss

Bruins sign Turco to replace Tuukka

The Boston Bruins have signed goalie Marty Turco to a one-year deal. The former Dallas and Chicago netminder needs to clear waivers before he can join the defending Stanley Cup champions. The Bruins need a backup for Tim Thomas because Tuukka Rask was injured on Saturday. The Bruins said on Monday that Rask has a lower abdomen/groin strain and will be out four to six weeks. If...
Via AP on Fox
March 05, 2012  |  Discuss

Toronto Maple Leafs need Marty Turco more than he needs a team

Can you believe it? Your favourite backup goalie is almost back in the crease — or the bench, for that matter. Marty Turco’s NHL career is not over. In fact, it’s far from over. And when one starter goes down and both back-ups can’t come close to convincing the bench boss (Ron Wilson) that either is right for the interim job, well, there are deals to be made...
Via centericechat.com
November 15, 2011  |  Discuss
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