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During the last two hours of late night with Christian Arcand, Christian is joined by Rear Admiral. The two focus on the Bruins overtime lose to the Capitals, but also cover many other topics. They talk about the upcoming game for the Patriots vs the Ravens and the importance of the game. Rear Admiral also gives a few movie and TV show reviews and suggestions for everyone to check out
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
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
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.
the back of his mask — declined the invitation to join the team at the White House for a celebration of their 2011 Stanley Cup win with President Barack Obama is more than enough to scare any player off from giving their opinion. And it was after a deeper sigh and moment of reflection that David
shooting winger that can retrieve pucks and score in a variety of ways. It’s what he had during the club’s Stanley Cup window in Nathan Horton, and what he had in a Presidents’ Trophy winning 2013-14 season that featured Jarome Iginla to his right. Saturday
step in as the club’s heir apparent to the 39-year-old Zdeno Chara (but also help the Bruins compete for a Stanley Cup in the now). The obvious name on that front is Winnipeg Jets defenseman and holdout, Jacob Trouba. But Spooner alone
anchoring Boston’s second pair. The Germany native’s biggest contributions to the B’s came in the 2011 postseason, when he was teamed with Zdeno Chara and served as an instrumental force in Boston’s Stanley Cup championship.