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Cam Neely’s Comics Come Home To Be Held On Nov. 7th At TD Garden

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The Cam Neely Foundation will be bringing the 21st “Comics Come Home” to TD Garden on Saturday, November 7th. The best of the best will be bringing the laughs including host Denis Leary, Louis CK, Lenny Clarke, Chris Distefano, Jimmy Fallon, Christine Hurley, Ray Romano, Steven Wright & many more.

All proceeds will go to the Cam Neely Foundation for cancer care. Over the last 20 years, this incredible event has raised a mind blowing $8 million dollars! Funds raised at this show will help pay for Tufts Medical Center’s Marlene Neely Endoscopy Suite in memory of Cam’s mother who passed away from colon cancer.

Here is the ordering info:

The 2015 Comics Come Home is presented by DCU for Kids and co-sponsored by Raptor. Presale for the event begins Wednesday, August 12th at 10am. Public on sale begins on Friday, August 14th at 10am and can be purchased online at www.ticketmaster.com or by calling (800)745-3000.

We hope to see you there for this great cause!

The NHL Winter Classic Will Make You Wish Away 2015 (VIDEO)

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Is it New Year’s Day yet? January 1, 2016 can not get here fast enough for Boston Bruins fans. After an extremely disappointing 2014-5 season, supporters of the Black & Gold are anxious to see the new look B’s.

And they will take center stage at the 2016 Winter Classic versus their hated rivals, the Montreal Canadiens. Both of these storied franchises will take the ice at the home of another storied and much hated (they hate us because they ain’t us) sports franchise, the New England Patriots.




If this video doesn’t get your Bruins hockey lovin’ blood pumping…you better check your pulse!

Bring on those floppin’, divin’ Habs! I can already see P.K. Subban taking a fall at the 50 yard line!

Bruins Rookie Jake DeBrusk Is A Peddler Of Goal Scoring FILTH (VIDEO)

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Bruins rookie Jake DeBrusk already has had the crowd losing their minds in his first developmental camp. His shootout goal showed that his a peddler of goal scoring filth.

We see you, @jdebrusk!! (Via @NHLBruins) #bostonbruins #bruins #nhlbruins

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Hey kid, with moves like that, you may be breaking the line up sooner than expected…..

Fall In Love With The Bruins’ Jimmy Hayes (VIDEO)

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To be quite honest when the Bruins traded Reilly Smith and Marc Savard’s contract to Florida for Jimmy Hayes, I didn’t know much about the kid from Dorchester. I knew he was wicked tall at 6′ 6″ and a big body.

But after watching his goals from last season, he has a relentless nose for the net.

He scores the dirty goals by parking himself out in front of the cage which former Bruin, Milan Lucic failed to do too many times.

I am excited to see how much energy, grit and determination Jimmy Hayes brings each night for the team he great up rooting for.

He seems like the prototype Boston Bruin…..is it October yet?

Don Sweeney Comes Up Roses After Being Called Out By 10 Year Old (PHOTOS)

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Looks like Bruins GM Don Sweeney’s master plan is coming into focus. However, many fans, myself included, had no idea what he was doing after the NHL draft commenced. Bruins fans were enraged, confused, and downright befuddled just like 10 year old Sam McDonald.

He went old school. No emails. No texts. No Facebook. No Twitter to voice his displeasure just a good old piece of paper and pencil….and he took Don Sweeney to task.

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Well spot on little Sam! I was totally against the Rinaldo signing as well…maybe the Don will sign Martin St. Louis as you recommended to bring some more veteran leadership. He must have seen your letter and had been inspired today by trading away Reilly Smith and Marc Savard’s contract for local boy Jimmy Hayes….pure genius!

More to come….wow Donnie I owe you a big apology and I hope Sam has a big eraser……

The Don Sweeney Era Has Begun For Bruins

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Don Sweeney’s first press conference as general manager of the Boston Bruins.

As many of you might have figured out by now, the Bruins have officially made former assistant general manager Don Sweeney the new General Manager of the Bruins. Sweeney was the assistant GM for 5 years. When former GM Peter Chiarelli got fired, many Bruins insiders believed Sweeney was the favorite due to the fact that Sweeney knew most of the players on the Bruins roster, and he knew how Cam Neely wanted the Bruins built. One of the biggest reasons why Peter Chiarelli was on the chopping block was due to the fact that he traded Bruins #2 overall pick, Tyler Seguin. Seguin & Peverley were sent to the Dallas Stars for prospects Joe Morrow, Ryan Button, Matt Fraser, and Reilly Smith. Boston also acquired 1st line winger Loui Eriksson. The Bruins however would end up losing Matt Fraser to waivers, as the Edmonton Oilers (Chiarelli’s future team) placed a claim on the young winger.




Peter Chiarelli’s 2015 version of the Bruins looked to be a defensive power house. Until the cap strapped Bruins made a move to get under the cap. The Bruins would trade top-4 defenseman, Johnny Boychuck to the New York Islanders for a second and conditional third round pick in 2015 and a second rounder in 2016.

The Bruins locker room was in complete disarray, as many believed Boychuck would never be a piece that would get traded. Peter Chiarelli doomed the Bruins before they even had a chance to step on the ice. After a season of struggles & let downs, the Bruins would finish with a 41-27-14 record. Good enough for 96 points, however not good enough for a playoff spot in the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Now that the Bruins have named Don Sweeney the General Manager, he will have some big shoes to fill and alot of work to do. Sweeney needs to rescue the Bruins from the cap jail Chiarelli put them in. In Sweeney’s first press conference as the 8th GM of the Bruins, he sounded as if he wasn’t fully on board with the Seguin trade. “…That’s where the impatience comes in at times, and we’ve made some mistakes and allowed some players to leave this organization that we might regret.”

Sweeney has alot of work ahead of him, but one of the most important tasks at hand right now, will head coach Claude Julien keep his job or get fired? Cam Neely has said multiple times, he’d like to go in another direction. Someone who presents a more offensive system and allows the forwards to get creative. Sweeney on the other hand, still likes and believes in Julien’s defensive style. But at the end of that day, its Don Sweeney’s call. He is the General Manager of the Boston Bruins.

 

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