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Boston Bruins Vs. Detroit Red Wings Series Preview



Tonight is the overdue start to the Boston Bruins’ next Stanley Cup run. When the Detroit Red Wings were added to the Eastern Conference prior to the start of the season; I think all of knew the road through the playoffs would have to go through hockey town. I wasn’t expecting it to be the first round, but then again, I wasn’t surprised by a lot of things this season.

I digress; after all, we are here to talk about one of the best series in the first round of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs. The other being St Louis and Chicago, did you watch game 1? Hell of a show.

Two of the NHL’s most stories are destined to collide in what will likely be a good series, and more importantly, a true test for the Boston Bruins.

Behind the bench for the Red Wings is Mike Babcock who, in this writer’s opinion, is the best in the business. Detroit also boast two of the best two way players on the planet in Henrik Zetterberg and Pavel Datsyuk (my favorite non Bruin). Let’s not forget the supremely talented young forward Gustav Nyquist, to go along with a forward core containing young skill players, and grizzled veterans.

Johan Franzen may not look like much, but “the Mule” is as clutch as them come when Lord Stanley is at the end of the tunnel.

The Wings also have a solid defense, and like their offense, it contains battled tested vets and young talent. Nicklas Kronwall headlines the group. Have you ever heard the term “Kronwalled” in your hockey travels? If so, good for you. If not, then let me tell you. To get “Kronwalled” is to get absolutely laid out by one of the NHL’s best body checkers. The B’s will have to keep their heads up when he is on the ice.

Also on defense for the Wings is young defenseman Danny Dekeyser, Kyle Quincy, Jakub Kindl, Jonathan Ericsson, and Reilly Smith’s brother Brendan Smith.

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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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B’s Beat: Milan Lucic Rocking Johnny Bucyk’s “All Guts, No Glory” Game Jacket (VIDEO)


Since the Bruins Stanley Cup run of 2011, the team has awarded a jacket (or chain) to the player who was the star of the game.


Former defenseman Andrew Ference started the tradition and Bruins captain Zdeno Chara took the torch after Ference’s departure to Edmonton.


This time around, it was The Captain, Zdeno Chara, who decided to acquire the new jacket from the Bruins’ legend that has been a part of the organization for more than 50 years.

“Being the Captain, he stepped up and carried the tradition,” said Lucic.


Milan Lucic was awarded the jacket after his two goal performance versus the Flyers which sewed up the #1 seed in the Eastern Conference.

Let’s hope that jacket is awarded 16 more times and Lord Stanley is wearing it after the dust settles! 

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B’s Beat: Milan Lucic Reminds Maple Leafs Fans Of Their Epic Choke Last Season (GIF)


One guy you don’t want to f*ck with when he is angry is Bruins winger Milan Lucic. And of course if you are going to taunt Looch make sure you actually have something to hang over his head. Looks like these Leafs fans completely forgot about their EPIC choke last season, so #17 was more than happy to remind them.



“What happened last year?”

Oh Leafs fans in case you forgot, here is a friendly reminder….

Enjoy golfing this off-season because you will choke again when it counts!


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B’s Beat: Milan Lucic’s Daughter Pays Tribute To The Fallen Fire Fighters Of Engine 33 (PHOTO)

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The Boston sports community especially the Bruins paid tribute to the two Boston fire fighters of Engine 33 who lost their lives battling a blaze on Beacon Street last week.

Milan Lucic tweeted a picture of his daughter Valentina wearing a Boston fire department t-shirt and holding a balloon that said, “Thanks For All You Do”.


Looch knows as we all do, the true heroes are not those on the ice but those that are willing to sacrifice their lives to protect complete strangers.

Boston Bruins: Last Two Weeks By The Numbers For 3/29/14

It has been a very exciting last couple of weeks in the hub of hockey as the Bruins went on a tear following the Olympic Break and became the league’s first team to clinch a playoff spot. While their winning streak finally ended at the hands of Montreal, their point streak is still alive. Also happening were a milestone game for a hockey legend, a milestone assist for a Merlot member, another NHL debut for one rookie, the first ever home win against one opponent and the third-longest winning streak in team history. This is Boston Bruins: Last Two Weeks By The Numbers.

Jarome Iginla has been absolutely on fire during the month of March and a major reason the Bruins won 12 games in a row.

Jarome Iginla has been absolutely on fire during the month of March and a major reason the Bruins won 12 games in a row.

1: Last Tuesday’s win over the Wild was the first time the Bruins have beaten Minnesota at TD Garden (1-6-0).

1: Corey Potter played his first game with the Bruins on March 18 in New Jersey.

1: With their win over the Avalanche on March 21, the Bruins became the first team in the league to clinch a playoff berth.

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