Featured video and audio clips on Bruce Boudreau brought to you by Boston's WEEI Sports Radio.
Hour 4. Christian gives some final thoughts on the Bruins. Rear lets us in on his latest movie/TV suggestions. Another edition of Late Night, Low Light.
Christian covers a busy night in sports, talking about game 2 of the World Series, Celtics opening night, and the Bruins. Christian talks about the Celtics vs The Nets and the expectations for the Celtics this season. He also talks about another disappointing lose for the Bruins and the problems they are facing right now.
Capitals a tighter defensive team than people probably expected after years of having tons of offense and little else under Bruce Boudreau , but they showed that Dale Hunter might have something in Washington. Hunter obviously wanted the team to be better defensively when he took over in November, and it’s working
We’ll start with the former. The Capitals are doing what Dale Hunter wants them to do. When Hunter took over for Bruce Boudreau in November, it was a sign that the Capitals wanted to move away from the flashy-yet-risky style that had gotten them lots of goals but little
scary as facing a goaltender who’s hit his stride. Hunter has wanted to make this team stingier since taking over for Bruce Boudreau in November, and it’s working. “[The defense] was outstanding,” Holtby said after Game 2. “I don’t think we even gave up
necessarily take them much farther. Now, there’s no denying that he’s the man for the job. The Capitals fired Bruce Boudreau in November and went with Hunter, who had been coaching the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League. He certainly wasn’t the cleanest player
healthy and flashing the skill that made him a 101-point player two seasons ago. Plus, coach Dale Hunter, who replaced Bruce Boudreau in late November, has gone for more balance with his lines. Backstrom is centering Alexander Semin and Jason Chimera rather than skating
NHL for his tirade at the end of Wednesday’s victory over the Ducks, when he started screaming at Anaheim coach Bruce Boudreau before trying to push over the partition separating the benches. Boudreau said Roy, a Hall of Fame goalie known for his
Roy sent out his enforcers for the final shift of the game and started chirping at Anaheim players. When Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau expressed his disapproval, Roy screamed at Boudreau and tried to push down the partition separating the two benches
the other side of the ice, the Capitals finished with 42 wins and 92 points. They made an early coaching change, firing Bruce Boudreau following eight losses in 11 games while the Capitals sat at 12-9-1, tied for eighth in the Eastern Conference. Dale Hunter , a former Capitals enforcer
club as head coach.” Oates is taking over a Capitals team that is moving on to its third coach in the past year, as both Bruce Boudreau and Hunter coached the team last season. While the Capitals finished as only a seventh seed in last year’s playoffs
playoffs this season in the final week, finishing as the No. 7 seed. That’s quite a change for a team that fired Bruce Boudreau early on this year because they were 12-9-1 and underachieving with names like Alex Ovechkin and Alexander Semin . “You can say the Capitals have probably underachieved a bit this