The Officiating has been poor in the Stanley Cup Playoffs this year. This is an obvious high stick by Rangers forward Ryan Callahan on Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara that should drawn a double minor. Four officials on the ice and no one saw it. The Officials did manage to call a weak penalty on Jaromir Jagr that was much less serious than this.
There are many things that could cause an EPIC MELTDOWN between a man and a woman.
And Stanley Cup Playoff Hockey.
A loving and soon to be ex-boyfriend decided to redecorate his apartment in Black and Gold.
PROBLEM: His soon to be ex-girlfriend is a Rangers fan (this should have been the first red flag!).
Looks like someone is sleeping on the couch...
It seems like nothing can shake Zdeno Chara.
The Bruins’ captain has been playing exceptionally well despite lining up next to some fresh faces. With Andrew Ference, Dennis Seidenberg and Wade Redden out due to injuries, Dougie Hamilton, Torrey Krug and Matt Bartkowski have been filling in — and Chara hasn’t skipped a beat.
Chara has two goals and eight assists this postseason...
BOSTON — Zdeno Chara walked to the podium for postgame news conference Thursday night with almost a little bit of a jump in his step. You would certainly understand if the big fella was lumbering a little, though.
That’s because the Bruins captain had just played an astounding 38 minutes and two seconds of hockey in Boston’s 3-2 overtime win over the New York Rangers in Game...
The Bruins’ blue line looked much greener than usual Thursday night.
After being struck by injury late in last week’s first-round series, Boston started three rookie defensemen — Dougie Hamilton, Matt Bartkowski and Torey Krug — for Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals against the Rangers.
It was the first time since 1985 that the B’s started three first-year blueliners...
Rick Nash will have his hands full with Zdeno Chara
A slew of injuries to Boston blueliners have some convinced the Rangers will roll through their second round matchup, but we should know by now that nothing comes easy for New York. Still, the Blueshirts have a good shot at advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals if they follow these keys to victory.
Mitigate Boston’s advantage...
BOSTON — Claude Julien stood in front of the media following Game 6, and spoke about his team was a “Jekyll and Hyde hockey club,” saying he hoped the good Bruins would show up in Game 7.
For a good 50 minutes or so, hoping was not good enough, and neither were the Bruins. The B’s found themselves improbably down 4-1 to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7 of the first round...
Toronto Maple Leafs coach Randy Carlyle thinks Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron, who finished the 2013 season as the NHL’s top-ranked faceoff man, is getting a little help from the officials in the faceoff circle. “Faceoffs are always a big part of any hockey game,” Carlyle said after the Maple Leafs’ 5-2 loss to the Bruins in Game 3 on Monday.
Not a very proud moment for the Boston Bruins as defenseman Zdeno Chara scores on his own net. It was also a bad display of goaltending by Bruins goaltender Anton Khudobin. The Flyers scored two goals in seven seconds during the second period to take a 3-1 lead into the third period.
Much is being made of Zdeno Chara's decision last night to pummel Canadien's defenseman Alexei Emelin after his cross-check cheap shot to the ribs of Tyler Seguin. Chara wasted no time following the play in finding Emelin, decking him, and then delivering a sequence of punches that would make even the toughest guys quiver (some of those punches were thrown while Emelin was...