Author Archives: Ric Duarte

About Ric Duarte

Just your average loyal Bruins Fan with things to say about the team!

The Coach Remains the Same!

From the time he arrived in Boston back in June 2007, many, (including yours truly) have questioned his decisions. Why is this player not playing? Why has this player or that player been sent to the minors? Why have you … Continue reading

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Time for Bruins to put up or shut up!

After beginning the month with a lackluster and listless 4-2 loss against the Washington Capitals, the Bruins have gone on to dispatch the New York Rangers, Tim Thomas and the Florida Panthers, those same Caps, and a weekend Florida sweep … Continue reading

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Six, Two, and Even Weekend for the Bruins

Six, two and even was a common saying of former Boston Red Sox Coach Walpole Joe Morgan. It could sort of apply to the Boston Bruins weekend. Six being the first time in nine seasons that the team has been … Continue reading

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Hockey has become Ugly!

I love hockey. It’s a beautiful sport to watch and I find myself still playing it three times a week. I hate what my sport became Saturday night at the TD Garden. The Bruins hosted the Pittsburgh Penguins and from … Continue reading

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Bruins “Reunion Week”

Saturday night ended “Reunion Week” for the Bruins as the team entertained three teams in which former marquee players now come to town with their new team. Tuesday saw the first meeting with the Dallas Stars in at the TD … Continue reading

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Tyler Seguin Gone, Loui Eriksson, Welcome to Boston

Happy Independence Day Boston Bruins fans.  Today Peter Chiarelli gave Tyler Seguin his version of Independence, sending the talented, but under producing forward to the Dallas Stars along with another recent under producer Rich Peverley, and minor league defenseman, Ryan … Continue reading

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Bruins Shutout Chicago – Lead Series 2-1

Sometimes you just feel it.  You just know something is gonna happen for you. Everything you do is gonna make you or someone else smile throughout the day. That’s what it was like for the just about everyone on the … Continue reading

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Stanley Cup Final Game 1…or Almost 2

The clock struck midnight Chicago time and it was like all that excitement of the Ball had turned the Boston Bruins and its fans into the pervebial pumpkin as Chicago defenseman Michal Rozsival’s blue line wrister found its way off a … Continue reading

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Bruins in The Stanley Cup Final Again!

It was there for the taking.  A chance for the Boston Bruins to sweep the Pittsburgh Penguins and their vaunted offense out of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  A chance to to close it out on a Friday night before the … Continue reading

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They may be talented. They may be allstars. They may even be eventual Stanley Cup winners. But they are also cheap shots, whiny, and slithering slime.  And oh by the way, The Pittsburgh Penguins also lost game one of the … Continue reading

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