B’s Beat: Tuukka Rask Gets Little Maddie A Customized Goalie Mask & It’s Incredible (PHOTOS)


You may remember 9 year old goalie Maddie Santosuosso from the Bruins series “Behind The B”. She is a tough little girl fighting cancer.

B’s netminder Tuukka Rask went on shopping spree to buy some new goalie gear for Maddie, but the store only had a red painted mask.

Well Tuukka made sure Maddie had a mask emblazoned in Black & Gold with her name.


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Celtics Tweets of Interest: Boston Stronger Than Ever

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The Celtics wrap up their expected, yet disappointing 2013-’14 campaign tonight. They have a 25-56 record and currently hold the fifth worst record in the league.

Concurrently, yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. The Celtics will certainly pay tribute to the victims, the first responders, and the people of Boston. Last year the citizens of Boston grieved for the deaths of Krystle Campbell, Sean Collier, Lingzi Lu, and Martin Richard. This year Boston is running in their honor and all of the others who suffered injuries because we are resilient and we are prideful. An attack on Boston only brought its people together. On Marathon Monday, we will cheer louder than ever for all of the runners in the beloved 26.2 mile race. Today Boston continues to recover after a year, yet we remain strong and defiant to the acts of terrorism. We will never give in to hatred because like Boston.com’s Chad Finn said, Boston is a family. Like their fans, the Celtics hope they can pick themselves up because in April 2015, the fans want to be able to see the Celtics fight for a playoff berth. Here are the tweets commemorating the city of Boston:

The city of Boston will never forget the tragic day of April 15th, 2013. The Celtics sent this tweet on Tuesday uniting the fans of Boston. Boston is known for their traditions, which include their sports teams and the deep-rooted passion from the fans of the Bruins, Celtics, Patriots, Red Sox, and Revolution. The Celtics recognized the unity between all of the teams with this message.

Celtics captain Rajon Rondo changed his Twitter avatar to the Boston Marathon ribbon. He shared the slogan that galvanized the city of Boston.

Boston Bruins: Final Two Weeks By The Numbers

The Bruins’ historic regular season has come to a close and as the weather warms up in New England, they have their sights set on another deep playoff run. The B’s have seen their share of positives over the final couple weeks of the regular season, including the 100th career victory for their Vezina-worthy netminder and a career-best points streak for one of their leaders. The team also handed out their individual end-of-season awards, set a franchise record for consecutive road victories and became the first team in the league to clinch their division. This is Boston Bruins: Final Two Weeks By The Numbers.

Chad Johnson is congratulated by Loui Eriksson after the Bruins clinched the Atlantic Division title.

Chad Johnson is congratulated by Loui Eriksson after the Bruins clinched the Atlantic Division title.


1: The B’s became the first team in the league to clinch their division title as they locked up the Atlantic with the 4-2 win over the Capitals on March 29.

1: According to Dan Cagen of the MetroWest Daily News, Jarome Iginla became the first player to join the Bruins via free agency and go on to score 30 goals that season.

1: Iginla was also named the NHL’s First Star of the Month for March.

1: The Bruins topped the Flyers, 5-2, on April 5 to clinch the top seed in the Eastern Conference and home-ice advantage throughout the playoffs.

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Bruins-Red Wings: Pavel Datsyuk Speaks About Being The UnderDog Vs. B’s


Red Wings superstar Pavel Datsyuk spoke about being the underdog versus the Presidents trophy winning Boston Bruins:

He must be a cat guy….


Or he loves lamp…

Pot Of Baked Beans Goes To Reddit Hockey!

B’s Beat: Time To Get IGGY With It, Look Back On Jarome Iginla’s 30 Goal Season (VIDEO)


Bruins’ free agent acquisition Jarome Iginla preformed above & beyond expectations this season making everyone forget the trade deadline fiasco of 2013. He has brought grit and leadership to the team. He has stabilized linemates David Krejci and Milan Lucic who have disappeared in past regular seasons.

All he did this season with the Black & Gold was score 30 goals (his most since 2012) and was a mind blowing +34 which was fourth overall in the NHL. He is now 16 wins away from his first Stanley Cup Championship.


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