Monthly Archives: June 2011

Montreal Wants Chara! I say Suck it!

You just know June 15th boiled the blood of the fans, police, and certainly the prosecuters in Montreal. In case you’ve been living in a cave for the past 4 months or so, June 15 was the last game of … Continue reading

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Claude Julien Brings Bruins Stanley Cup!

Mr. Claude Julien I bow at your feet! I Kiss your Stanley Cup Ring! Never one to like your style of coaching, never one that appreciated your stubbornness, I will never again question your decisions of coaching a hockey team. … Continue reading

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Bruins – Canucks Game 6 Preview

I dared to think about it. I dared to imagine the incredulous feeling that could have been Monday night at the TD Garden. Friday night while driving home from work, I had that tingly feeling we all get when we … Continue reading

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Bruins – Canucks Game 4 Recap

And then there were two. Backed by the stellar goaltending of Tim Thomas, the Boston Bruins have come back to Boston and held serve and won, no, destroyed Roberto Luongo and the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 in game four of the … Continue reading

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Bruins – Canucks Game 4 Preview -Head Games

Now the head games have begun. Two days ago, Bruins fans and media were telling Tim Thomas how to play goal. Hours before puck drop tonight, it’s the Vancouver Canucks coach who is asking the National Hockey League to tell … Continue reading

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Rome Gone for the Series

The National Hockey League has suspended Vancouver Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome four games for his hit on Bruins forward Nathan Horton. Two factors were considered in reaching this decision,” said NHL Senior Vice President of Hockey Operations Mike Murphy. “The … Continue reading

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Bruins – Canucks Game 3 Recap

For a period it was tense and a bit dangerous as Vancouver defenseman Aaron Rome clocked Nathan Horton at the 5:07 mark of the first period as he passed the puck and came across the Canuck blue line in what … Continue reading

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