Monthly Archives: April 2009

Bruins –Canadiens Game 4.

Bell Centre Montreal, Quebec And no time to change a thing as no team is done until they begin throwing the dirt over them. Boston needs to just continue what they been doing and make sure you don’t give one … Continue reading

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A Few Thoughts From Montreal On The Off Day!

A few thoughts while in my hotel room and its rainy windy and raw in Montreal!In the playoffs all time, the Canadiens have beaten the Boston Bruins 99 times. Should the Canadiens get swept Wednesday night at Les Cathedral Bell … Continue reading

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These Vile fans don’t deserve a winner!

It all started with the Anthems.  Once again the Frauds who are supposed to be nice people boooed the Star-Spangled Banner. And cheer loudly for O’Canada. Nice people these French Frauds! Fandom is one thing, disrespect is despicable and vile.Then … Continue reading

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Bruins Win Game 2 – Lead Two Games to Love

So, it’s Dejavu all over again as the Bruins head up to Montreal with a two games to one lead over the Canadiens. This after a totally dominant 5-1 blistering of Carey Price  and the Habs in game 2. This … Continue reading

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Bruins – Habs Game 2

Before game 2 the Bruins have an injury to defenceman Matt Hunwick. This from the Bruins PR department  “This morning Bruins defenseman Matt Hunwick was transported to a local hospital due to a spleen injury. At this point there are … Continue reading

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So They Meet Again

24-7..No it’s not a time thing. It’s the playoff record the Montreal Canadiens own over the Boston Bruins. Yeah, it seems that they play each other in the playoffs every year, that’s because every game in the regular season seems … Continue reading

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Tim Thomas Here for four more years….and maybe a Vezina in his future!

The Boston Bruins continue on toward the playoffs. Winners of their last five, the Bruins have 50 wins and with a win over the Rangers Saturday afternoon, will clinch the best record in the Eastern Conference for the first time … Continue reading

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