Since 2008, the Boston Bruins are a less than stellar 4-5 in game 7’s (3-4 on home ice) in the Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara, David Krejci era. Eliminate the cup run in 2011, just 1-5 (1-4 on home ice). That one game was a choke job by the same team they will host for their… Read More Bruins Veterans (Bergeron, Chara, Krejci) have a TON on the Line in Game 7
By: Matthew Cunha The Boston Bruins limped their way down the stretch going 1-4 in their final 5 games and as a result will have to play the 105 point Toronto Maple Leafs in the first round. From analyzing the matchup, all factors point to this being an exciting, high scoring, 7 game series that… Read More Get to Know the Toronto Maple Leafs
By: Matthew Cunha Boston fans are spoiled brats. There is no denying it. Since the turn of the century, 10 championship parades have graced the streets of Boston. Five from the Pats, three from the Sox, and one from the Bruins and Celtics. The current Boston sports situation is further proof of how exactly spoiled… Read More April and May: Destined to be Two Great Months
By: Matthew Cunha With seven games left in the regular season, the Boston Bruins will have a chance to claim first place on the Eastern Conference on Thursday night. Yes, I said that right. With a regulation win versus Tampa the Bruins will lead the Eastern conference. Thursday’s game at the TD Garden will undoubtedly… Read More Playoff Time Coming Early for Black + Gold
By: Matthew Cunha From Harvard, to South Korea (Team USA), to Harvard, and now to the Boston Bruins. It has been a busy year for new Bruins foward Ryan Donato. The finalist for best NCAA hockey player of the year, and son of former Bruin and Harvard coach Ted Donato, signed a two year entry-level… Read More Ryan Donato Could be 2011 Tyler Seguin in Bruins Postseason Run
Almost every championship moment I have been a part of in Boston sports has had “that game” in the regular season. The game that makes you believe the team has the guts it takes to win a championship. The Bruins comeback victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Tuesday was the type of win we will… Read More Bruins Comeback win Vs Carolina: Is that the One?
Rick Nash > Ryan Spooner. That really is the overall story after the Bruins traded Spooner, Prospect Ryan Lindgreen, the Bruins 2018 1st round pick, and a 7th rounder to the New York Rangers for veteran power forward Rick Nash. Lindgreen, one of many left shot defenseman prospects for the Bruins, was one of the… Read More Bruins Now a Deeper, More Playoff Ready Team with Rick Nash
It can be defined as a lot of things. In this case, it is referencing the guts and determination or whatever it is required to go on a long run in the NHL playoffs. Whatever “It” exactly is, it is safe the say the 2017-18 edition of the Boston Bruins have it. It is not… Read More Bruins Showing They have “Got It”
The Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey tournament began this morning, with the puck dropping on the opening two tilts at 7:10 AM EST. The black cloud hanging over the NHL-free tournament, along with the unfortunate, yet necessary, early start time likely means the majority of North America had their eyes in locations other than the South… Read More For Country: 2018 Men’s Olympic Hockey
By: Matthew Cunha Fast Break Take: The Boston Bruins should be buyers at the upcoming NHL Trade Deadline. “Having so many prospects make some of the expandable. It would be impossible to keep all of them. GM Don Sweeney built up these prospects for this exact reason. It is already paying dividends, why not cash in… Read More Bruins: Buyers, Sellers or in the Middle?