Monthly Archives: January 2017

Video: Bruins First Superstar Eddie Shore

Above Photo Credit:  Sportsnet .ca By Mark Allred     Follow Me On Twitter  @BlackAndGold277 The first superstar in Boston Bruins history was the great Eddie Shore as he exemplified the meaning of “team” defense which would be the staple … Continue reading

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Bruins Time Machine

After winning the Stanley Cup in 2011, the Bruins were granted a waiver by the NHL allowing center Marc Savard to have his name engraved on the Cup despite not meeting one of the league’s standard requirements – having played 41 … Continue reading

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Bruins McIntyre Gets Win In AHL Return, Recalled To Boston

By Mark Allred     Follow Me On Twitter  @BlackAndGold277 Last night the Providence Bruins took to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island to play host to the Hershey Bears and needed extra frames as the Baby B’s … Continue reading

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Brad Marchand, Does The Good Outweigh The Bad?

(Jim Davis/Boston Globe) By Court Lalonde (follow @courtlalonde)   With the fine of $10,000 just handed down to Brad Marchand today, it makes Bruins fans reflect, does the good outweigh the bad? Marchand so far this year has been the … Continue reading

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Bruins Struggles Continue

Above Photo Credit:  bleacherreport.com By: Mark Allred    Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277 The Boston Bruins are currently on a four-game losing streak with a loss on the road against the Pittsburgh Penguins at PPG Paint Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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Welcome back Bergeron

(Bob DeChiara/USA Today Sports) By Court Lalonde (follow @courtlalonde) The 2016-17 season for the Boston Bruins has been an interesting one so far, to say the least. They currently sit 3rd in the Atlantic with 52 points but have played … Continue reading

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Playoffs or Golf?

  By Court Lalonde We’re almost at the all-star break, and the Boston Bruins are looking more and more like a non-playoff team again. After every loss, we hear the same excuses and its starting to sound like a broken … Continue reading

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It’s not your fault Jimmy

By Court Lalonde Well, maybe a little bit. On July 1st, 2015 there was a house in Dorchester, Massachusetts that more than likely couldn’t hold their excitement. Jimmy Hayes was traded to his hometown Boston Bruins for Reilly Smith and … Continue reading

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Poll: Boston Bruins Jersey’s For Next Season

Above Photo Credit:   bostonsportsdesk.com By: Mark Allred  ( BlackAndGold277 ) The clothing and shoe company Adidas officially becomes the NHL’s jersey manufacturer beginning in the 2017-18 season, but with high demand and short time period, Adidas will only make … Continue reading

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Where does Liles fit?

By: Kyle Benson (OfficialKBenson) On Sunday night, Bruins defenseman John-Michael Liles, made his return to the lineup after being out of action for almost two months due to a concussion. His first game back wasn’t a good one, as he … Continue reading

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