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Final hour brings in the Patriots to the topic table, and still some more Bruins anger.
Mostly angry fire from Bruins fans this hour, with a little NCAA mixed in as well.
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
front office’s actions at times. The Bruins are a team in transition in the sense that they’re no longer a Stanley Cup contender... but they want to make the playoffs. They’re not a finished product... but they’re not willing to trade
Burned by countless free agents that walked for nothing during their Stanley Cup window, Blues general manager Doug Armstrong wants to trade defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk before the Mar. 1 trade deadline. But Shattenkirk isn
62–10–15 record in his first tenure with the Canadiens (and his Habs eliminated the B’s from the 2004 Stanley Cup Playoffs) from 2003 to 2006, and comes back to the ‘CH’ with a 538-332-10-117 career record, including the
guide the Bruins to their first Stanley Cup in almost four decades, and brought ..... part of the team that brought the Stanley Cup back to Boston for the first time in ..... Sharing that journey and the Stanley Cup celebrations with our players, families
96 in Boston, with the B’s making the playoffs in seven of his previous nine seasons. He led the Bruins to a Stanley Cup championship in 2011. This will be Cassidy’s second stint as an NHL head coach, having served in the same capacity