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Bruins Top Five Young Players

Over the past seven or so seasons the Boston Bruins have seen their fair share of success. This includes a Stanly Cup Championship in 2011, another appearance in the Stanly Cup Finals in 2013 and the President’s Trophy last season. The core group of players has remained intact throughout their run of success, but they have added some young talented players to the mix. Here are...
Via Beyond The Benches
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Bruins’ Matt Fraser Played Canadiens Series With Broken Foot

BOSTON — Bruins winger Matt Fraser became an instant hero in Round 2 of the Stanley Cup playoffs when he scored the winning goal in overtime of Game 4 that helped his team even its series with the Montreal Canadiens at two games apiece. Little did we know that the 23-year-old played the entire Montreal series with a broken right foot. Fraser revealed Friday during the team’s...
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Matt Fraser Doesn’t Want To Be ‘One-Hit Wonder’ For Bruins (Video)

Matt Fraser was the hero of the Boston Bruins’ Game 4 overtime win over the Montreal Canadiens, scoring his first NHL playoff goal in his first NHL playoff game. The win tied the second-round series up at two games apiece as the series shifts back to Boston on Saturday night, and Fraser may have just earned himself a spot in the B’s lineup for Game 5. Fraser said he is determined...
May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Bruins Winger Matt Fraser Thankful For Support, Hopes He Made Parents Proud

BOSTON — Bruins winger Matt Fraser made quite the splash in his playoff debut on Thursday night in Montreal. The 23-year-old scored the overtime game-winner on in Game 4 to even the series at two games apiece. Since then, the he has become a pretty popular guy with Bruins fans and media alike. Fraser’s reference to frozen yogurt in a postgame TV interview was something everyone...
May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Matt Fraser Doesn’t Want To Be ‘One-Hit Wonder’ After Game-Winning Goal

BOSTON – Bruins forward Matt Fraser was still all smiles a little more than 12 hours after scoring the biggest goal of his life. Fraser and the B’s returned to Boston following Thursday night’s overtime win over the Montreal Canadiens in Game 4 of their second-round Stanley Cup playoffs series. Fraser scored the overtime game-winner just 1:19 into the extra session and sent...
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Fraser loves fro-yo and overtime goals

Matt Fraser lifted the Boston Bruins over the Montreal Canadiens in game four. It was an emotional goal for Fraser, for the Bruins, and for Bruins fans. Fraser who was called up the day of the game was clearly excited beyond words. But he was still able to spit out a gem about frozen yogurt.Watch Matt Frasers overtime goal against the Canadiens above. Soderberg should be credited...
Via BruinsLife
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

NHL takeaways: Unlikely hero bails out Bruins; Ducks slip past Kings

Matt Fraser should just retire right now. It's all downhill from here. On Wednesday, he was eating lunch at a Mexican restaurant in Providence, wondering what his hockey future held. So he decided to finish it off with some frozen yogurt to feel better. On Thursday, he was recalled from the AHL to play for the Boston Bruins in Montreal, the capital of hockey. In his first career...
Via Fox Sports Arizona
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Matt Fraser Scores OT Game-Winner In First Playoff Game, Admits To Eating Frozen Yogurt In Postgame Interview

Matt Fraser only played in 14 games for the Boston Bruins this season but the forward – recalled from the AHL on Wednesday afternoon – stepped up and netted the only goal of Game 4 in overtime against the Canadiens on Thursday night. The 23-year-old forward, playing in his first career Stanley Cup playoff game, became just the sixth player in the last 75 years to score his first...
Via Next Impulse Sports
May 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Boston Bruins Matt Fraser After OT Game Winner “Just Had Frozen Yogurt”

23 year old Matt Fraser just scored the biggest goal of his NHL career. The overtime winner that secured game 4 for the Boston Bruins in a series against the Montreal Canadiens that is now tied 2-2 was also Fraser’s first playoff goal, first overtime playoff goal and first goal since being recalled by the team, yesterday. After scoring the game winner, a visibly shaking (in a good...
Via The Awesome Boston
May 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Stars deserve thumbs up for Fraser hire

Wow, that was fast. Some five days after the Dallas Stars announced that associate head coach Willie Desjardins had been named the new head coach of the club's top minor league affiliate, the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League, the Stars named his replacement on Glen Gulutzan's staff with Monday's announcement that Curt Fraser, 54, had joined the club as an assistant...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
June 20, 2012  |  Discuss
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