There are tens of thousands of Bruins montages out there. Some are great and some not so much. However, NO montage encapsulates the rich and glorious history of the Spoked B like this.
This Bruins montage WILL bring a black and gold tear to your eye!
You can’t stop it, you only hope you can contain yourself. But let your love for the Bruins flow and let the world know it!
Let’s just home the 2014-5 team can turn it around and add to these beautiful hockey moments!
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How could you forget that adorable little Bruins fan Liam fist bumping the team as they left the ice? His smile is priceless and his passion for his favorite hockey team is unstoppable.
And oh yeah, he kicked cancer’s butt!
Please vote for Liam Fitzgerald as USA Today’s Best Fan Of 2014!
UPDATE: Liam Won With 95% Of The Vote!
How can you deny that adorable little guy!
NOTE: I work with his babysitter and she says he is a true joy!
GO LIAM! Who the heck wants Drake to win?!
The Bruins’ David Krejci may be sidelined at the moment but he is staying busy. Do what you ask? Would you guess dog grooming?
Krejci took on Channel 7 anchor Kayna Whitworth in the “Who Did It Better” pooch pampering contest.
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Who did it better? My bet is on the “Dog Whisperer”.
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The weather has not been the only thing in Boston to start getting colder over the last few weeks. To say that the Bruins have gone cold would be an understatement compared to the standards Black and Gold fans have grown accustomed to over the past few seasons. They are enduring through injuries and that has really shown in their play. Here is a deeper look at the statistics – most not being so pretty – that include a road slump, some troubling news about which team has been scoring first, milestones for coach and one of his oldest players, a winning streak over one recently relocated franchise and a less-than-stellar month on the power play. This is Boston Bruins: Last Two Weeks By The Numbers.
The Bruins are fighting injuries and fighting to make up ground in the Eastern Conference standings.
0: Gregory Campbell had zero points in 12 games in November. It was his first full month without registering a point since October 2013.
0: The 2-0 loss to the Kings on Tuesday marked the first time that the Bruins were shut out on the road this season.
1: Montreal goaltender, Carey Price, registered his first ever shutout against the Bruins on Nov. 22, blanking his rivals, 2-0, at TD Garden.
1: Rookie Joe Morrow got his first NHL point and goal in the 3-2 loss to Pittsburgh (the team that drafted him) on Nov. 24 just 28 seconds after a Milan Lucic tally.
Bruins netminder Tuukka Rask spent some time on the town in Los Angeles and was interviewed by TMZ wannabe Pop Candies TV. After leaving Bootsy Bellows, a West Hollywood Bar, this Tuukka Rask interview took a strange turn.
Tuukka Rask has made many tough saves over his career, but nothing could save this moment from going to awkward-ville.
In just 3 minutes, Tuukka was called the “Finland Guy”, gay & Sammy Davis Junior.
Only in L.A., only in Los Angeles….
The picture above encapsulates what a Habs “Yahoo” is. In case, you don’t know the definition:
Habs yahoo – noun informal: a rude, noisy, disrespectful or violent supporter of the Montreal Canadiens hockey club that doesn’t think his/her sh*t stinks and possess a holier than thou mentality even though he/she’s team has won NOTHING since 1993.
Canadiens fan - noun: a respectful, down to earth, hockey loving supporter of the Montreal Canadiens hockey club that can poke fun at themselves and carry on adult conversations/debates with the opposition’s fans without be hateful or accusing them of being racist.
Yes folks, Canadiens fans do indeed exist. They are not myths or legends like the Loch Ness Monster or Big Foot. There are actually Montreal fans that can engage in friendly debates with Boston Bruins fans rather than mud slinging contests. They can take a joke and a ribbing without picking up their phones to call 9-1-1.
I know at least a half dozen Canadiens fans on Twitter that I would even consider friends. Know how your friends tease you? They say, “We make fun of you because we like you”. That is my relationship with these salt of the earth kind of people north of the border. We NEVER take ourselves too seriously in this great and intense rivalry.