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50 Bruins Things to Look Forward to in 2014-15

50 Bruins Things to Look Forward to in 2014-15

There are 50 days left until the puck drops for the regular season. Here are some reasons and predictions why it's going to be fun. 50. P's Become B's With cap constraints hampering the Bruins' offseason, Chiarelli and Julien will have to introduce young blood to the roster. Expect playing time to increase for Ryan Spooner, Alex Khokhlachev, David Warsofsky, Zach Trotman, Seth Griffth, and more. Gregory Campbell has already expressed his willingness to move to the wing, so a quick, skilled 4th line could be more of a possibility than many think. 49. Will Rich Peverley return to the...
Defending Big D Aug 9, 2014
(VIDEO) Tyler Seguin, Antoine Roussel, Kevin Connauton and Reporter Mike Heika Join the Ice Bucket Challenge

(VIDEO) Tyler Seguin, Antoine Roussel, Kevin Connauton and Reporter Mike Heika Join the Ice Bucket Challenge

The entire Stars roster started to get into the act to raise money for ALS research Friday. The Ice Bucket Challenge was designed to go viral, a video campaign that takes only a few minutes of someone's time to raise awareness of (and hopefully research for) ALS. And gone viral it has the past few days, particularly among NHL players. Like we mentioned yesterday, the Dallas Stars part of this daisy chain started Thursday with Rich Peverley, who was tagged by his old teammates with the Boston Bruins. Peverley tagged Tyler Seguin and Antoine Roussel, and the Stars were off to the races. (To...
Defending Big D Aug 8, 2014
Rich Peverley, Jack Campbell Lead Dallas Stars Into Ice Bucket Challenge

Rich Peverley, Jack Campbell Lead Dallas Stars Into Ice Bucket Challenge

The first Stars players got involved in the Ice Bucket Challenge this week, helping to raise awareness of and money for ALS research. You might have noticed some odd videos floating around Twitter, YouTube and Instagram the past few days as NHL players, for some strange reason, were filling up buckets with ice and water, calling out teammates who should do the same, and then dumping the ice water over their heads. Well it's for a great cause - awareness of and money for ALS research - and on Thursday, the first Dallas Stars player got in on the action as Rich Peverley answered the call from...

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