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Arcand is up late reacting to the news that Roger Goodell will be at the kickoff game at the start of the next season, which is usually hosted by the SB Champs. This means Goodell will be going back to New England for the first time in a long time. Robert Kraft thinks Brady will play for another 6-7 years.
Mut and Rich Keefe begin the show talking about the poor recent play of Tuukka Rask in net. They debate whether some B's fans are being unfair or if their worries have a basis in reality. The two also discuss the sudden belief that some people at the station have, in that the Celtics are ready to take down the Cavaliers.
regulation loss on the road. Since then, the B’s are 6-0-3 away from TD Garden. Though that stat includes games against the Islanders and Sabres (the latter of whom actually beat the B’s in overtime in Boston’s first game back from the Olympics), that
the Bruins. If the prices were realistic, someone would have gotten those players, but instead Andrew MacDonald (from the Islanders to the Flyers) and Andrej Meszaros are somehow the two best defensemen traded. So no, they didn’t get the Seidenberg replacement
priced forward One report Tuesday linked the Bruins to Thomas Vanek, which doesn't make much sense. Vanek, who is with the Islanders after being traded from the Sabres earlier in the season, was scratched Tuesday night with the expectation that he'll
him a one-year deal. Andrew MacDonald also remains on the block, and it seems less and less likely as time goes on that the Islanders will get the first-round pick they had previously been believed to be seeking for the 27-year-old, who will also be a
and you’d rather keep Krug with a more defensive guy like Kevan Miller or Adam McQuaid. If you believe the reports, the Islanders want a first-round pick for MacDonald , the Senators want a top prospect and a draft pick for Phillips , and the Flyers are
eternity of radio-driven drama and controversy after Rask tapped out of playing in last Saturday’s must-win game against the Islanders (he did not even travel with the team), Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask is ready to return to his crease. “Tuukka is healthy
contention on Saturday night in Brooklyn. But a loss to the Islanders would have made qualifying for the postseason awfully difficult ..... that just yet, though, as a 2-1 gut-it-out win over the Islanders at the Barclays Center has propelled the Bruins back into
coach Bruce Cassidy called it a maintenance day), and did not travel to Brooklyn with the club for tonight’s game against the Islanders because of what the team has termed a lower-body injury. “He’s day-to-day,” Cassidy said after the morning skate in Brooklyn
off the ice today, the Bruins are unsure as to whether or not Rask will be good to play in tomorrow’s must-win against the Islanders , who enter tonight’s action just two points behind the Bruins for the second wild card spot in the East, too. “That
huge beyond just Monday and Tuesday, as the Bruins will skate against the Lightning on Thursday and a road game against the Islanders on Saturday. The Bolts are currently two points out of a playoff spot and have won six of their last 10 games while the