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NESN.com 3 hours ago

Bruins’ Brad Marchand Had Cool Moment With Young Blues Fan After Game 6

It’s clear that some things are bigger than sports, and such was the case at Enterprise Center following Game 6... Read More »
Stanley Cup of Chowder 22 hours ago
Fresh Links: Together

Fresh Links: Together

The Bruins celebrate the end of a great season as they have played all season- together. All that remains is the debriefing. The Bruins and their families gathered for a final time this season and blew off some steam. Boston.com At the fete, Brad Marchand did Brad Marchand things- shirtless, of course. WEEI Looking ahead, there are three things the Bruins can do to boomerang back to the Stanley Cup Final next season. (Recap) NESN Original story (Paywalled) ESPN Zdeno Chara is one tough customer. Details of his injury and quick repairs have emerged- had another defenseman been injured,...
St. Louis Game Time Jun 15, 2019
Please hand me a violin so I can play it for Brad Marchand

Please hand me a violin so I can play it for Brad Marchand

We stole his dream after all... Imagine a world where Brad Marchand is the kid who just got an ice cream cone at the shop on the corner, and before he can take one lick, a group of kids ambush him and steal the treat. This spring, the St. Louis Blues were those kids, jumping the poor little bastard and stealing his dream. After all, that’s what Marchand told the media after the brutal Game 7 loss at the TC Garden on Wednesday: the Blues “took our dream.” Boo hoo, brosive. You lost, plain and simple. Pardon me if I appear a tad hostile this morning. Out of all the Boston Bruins who...
Pension Plan Puppets Jun 15, 2019
Weekend FTB: Hitting the ground running already this offseason

Weekend FTB: Hitting the ground running already this offseason

Trades are being made, UFAs being re-signed, and the draft is getting closer The NHL playoffs are now over, and the initial high we all got from Brad Marchand crying is starting to wear off. The Raptors winning the NBA championship gave us a new high, but that too will slowly fade. What’s a person to do until the next NHL season comes? Thankfully, the whole league seems to have been close to bursting with moves they had ready to make while waiting for the finals to end. First, the Flyers and Capitals started the day swapping a right-handed defenseman each: Matt Niskanen going to the...
NESN.com Jun 14, 2019

Marcus Johansson Hopeful To ‘Work Something Out’ To Stay With Bruins

Marcus Johansson played in 32 total games for the Boston Bruins this season, but he’s hoping to return to the... Read More »
NESN.com Jun 14, 2019

Brad Marchand Reveals Multiple Injuries Following Stanley Cup Final Loss

The Boston Bruins’ incredible run came to a disappointing end with their 4-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues in... Read More »
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jun 14, 2019
Morning Skate: Looking forward

Morning Skate: Looking forward

Might as well keep these going for a bit. Well yesterday’s morning skate got a little traction, so I figured I’d do another one today. Today is break-up day for the B’s, and we’ll try to keep you posted as to what injuries come out. One that I’m betting on is that Brad Marchand did, in fact, injure his hand during that scrimmage, but we’ll see. Happy Friday! Discuss.
NESN.com Jun 13, 2019

Here’s What Brad Marchand Had To Say About First Line’s Struggles In Final

Typically, the Boston Bruins need not worry about their top line showing up and doing damage. But for seven straight... Read More »
Sportsnet.ca Jun 13, 2019
Brad Marchand explains bad Game 7 line change that led to key Blues goal

Brad Marchand explains bad Game 7 line change that led to key Blues goal

Brad Marchand was at the end of a long shift in Game 7, but rather than stay on the ice for the final eight seconds, he made a bad change that led to St. Louis’ second goal. He explained what was going through his mind at that moment. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Causeway Crowd Jun 13, 2019

Boston Bruins: Brad Marchand has to take some of the blame

It wasn’t meant to be for the Boston Bruins or Brad Marchand. They have lost Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. The stage, which ended their 39-year drought eight years ago, wasn’t quite as friendly for them this time. From the Boston Bruins perspective, there were so many players to put a blame on. […] Boston Bruins: Brad Marchand has to take some of the blame - Causeway Crowd - Causeway Crowd - A Boston Bruins Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
NESN.com Jun 13, 2019

Brad Marchand Sums Up Bruins’ Game 7 Loss In Heartbreaking Fashion

Game 7s are an emotional roller coaster for both teams involved. For the victors, the joy of coming out on... Read More »
NESN.com Jun 13, 2019

Brad Marchand Explains What Happened On Bad Shift Change Before Blues’ Second Goal

BOSTON — It’s tough to put all the Bruins’ troubles Wednesday night on one goal, but the St. Louis Blues’... Read More »
Sportsnet.ca Jun 13, 2019
Brad Marchand gets emotional following Bruins’ Game 7 loss to Blues

Brad Marchand gets emotional following Bruins’ Game 7 loss to Blues

An emotional Brad Marchand talks after the Boston Bruins’ Game 7 loss in the Stanley Cup Finals to the St. Louis Blues, stating that his team had chances, but isn’t quite ready to process it. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
NESN.com Jun 13, 2019

Emotional Brad Marchand Issues Reality Check After Stanley Cup Final Loss

BOSTON — It’s not exactly earth-shattering, but it bears reminding for a region that’s been spoiled for some time now.... Read More »
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jun 12, 2019
RECAP: Bruins lose on home ice in Game 7; St. Louis Blues win franchise’s first Stanley Cup

RECAP: Bruins lose on home ice in Game 7; St. Louis Blues win franchise’s first Stanley Cup

First Period The early advantage went to the Blues. A good 30 seconds of zone time followed by a great clear put Boston on their heels early. The Blues were absolutely looking for any and every edge under which to pry, and the refs let it all go. Boston, however, was very much the more creative team to start the game. Only a few minutes in, smart passes - most crisply from Matt Grzelcyk, returning from concussion - and some solid offensive zone possession from Noel Acciari, Joakim Nordstrom and Sean Kuraly (with a bit of Brad Marchand sprinkled in) hemmed he Blues back for a good chunk of...

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