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Mut and Rob are talking about the AFC Championship game and the astounding television ratings for the game which did a 73 share in Boston
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick breaks down the win over the Steelers and looks ahead to the Atlanta Falcons in the Super Bowl, who Bill admits is a team they are not yet very familiar with.
This was posted exactly five years ago today. During Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final in Vancouver, I went down to the North Station area to get Bruins’ fans reaction. I’ll concede that the idea of wading into
me in either direction. I neither like them nor do I hate them. Beyond being the Washington Generals to the Bruins Stanley Cup winner on Bobby Orr’s goal 40-something years ago, they’ve never done anything to inflame my emotions one way or the other
could have been on the next door over. This whole display is nothing more than their 16-0 banner. Their Ray Bourque Stanley Cup parade. The rally we held at City Hall Plaza to honor the 1986 Red Sox for losing in a horrible fashion. It’s a reminder
body to the depths of hell. Whether it was Havlicek stealing the ball, Super Bowl XXXIX or a sweep on the way to a Stanley Cup , Boston owns Philadelphia. Even Philly’s nicknames — Cradle of Liberty and Birthplace of America — are owed to Bostonians. As impartial
by now he puts it on chicken wings. So instead I’ll just ask security and all the law-abiding citizens of the Stanley Cup Final to just keep an eye on this weirdo. Kathryn is a national treasure and I don’t want this guy getting any closer
Schmidt’s on-ice hockey career with the Bruins was an illustrious one that ran from 1936 to 1955, and included Stanley Cup victories in ’39 and ’41, along with a Hart Trophy in ’51, with a three-year hiatus for his service during World War II peppered in between
ability to divvy out about 18-25 starts to a backup is the only real way to give your team a fighting chance at the Stanley Cup given the four-round grind that awaits you. But without trust, that can’t happen, and you’re talking about a starter that logs 65-75 games (a death sentence
tight defenses, that’s insane, borderline late-80s/early-90s kinda stuff. They’re also the defending Stanley Cup champions, so, yeah, they’re pretty good. But the Bruins, for some reason, continue to pose some of the stiffest
At 41, and after a postseason that featured zero goals and 10 assists in 22 games in an unsuccessful pursuit of the Stanley Cup Final, though the Bruins fell just two wins short, the Bruins seemed to believe that Jagr was done. Most of the league felt that way, too, apparently
hard on a guy who doesn’t have the puck is almost always interference. Anyway, check out the video below (via Stanley Cup of Chowder ) and let us know what you think in the comments.