Day: March 7, 2022

Bruin’s West Coast Round-Up

Winning on the road is always challenging but an essential aspect of a championship-caliber team looking to make a playoff push and a run for the Cup. Having a team that can overcome the long flights, hotel lifestyle, and back-to-back games on the road while navigating the environment and energy of an opposing team’s rink […]

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Number one in our Harts

Al Pacino began his career with a bang in the early 1970s and was nominated for either the Best Actor Oscar or Best Supporting Oscar in five of his first eight film roles. Since then, the legend has accumulated nine total nominations but has only won one naked-golden-man trophy. Yes, this is a piece about […]

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Patrick Kane

Opinion: Should Chicago Trade Patrick Kane To The Avs

   Everyone by now has seen the clip going around posted by @NHLNetwork talking about Colorado making a call about Patrick Kane. My immediate reaction to this was to call Joe Sakic and the Avalanche myself to tell them to “Make like a tree, and get out of here.” After my blood pressure came down, […]

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David Pastrnak Joins Rare Bruins Company

On March 3rd in Vegas, Boston Bruins right wing David Pastrnak scored two goals to give him 31 on the season. This marks the fifth season that Pastrnak has tallied at least 30 goals for Boston. Pasta becomes only the second player in Bruins history to score at least 30 goals in five different seasons […]

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