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Boston Bruins: Last Two Weeks By The Numbers For 11/21/15

The Bruins continue to try to find their legs and eliminate the “passengers” they have on the ice, but it’s been a tough go of late. Over the last two weeks, however, the power play did something it hadn’t accomplished since the 2006 season, a local kid scored in his first game, they continued their trend of not being able to win in high-scoring games and keep losing at home this century to one Western Conference foe. This is Boston Bruins: Last Two Weeks By The Numbers.


Frank Vatrano had a memorable NHL debut for the Bruins on Nov. 7.

Frank Vatrano had a memorable NHL debut for the Bruins on Nov. 7.

1: Frank Vatrano made his NHL debut on Nov. 7 and became the first Massachusetts-born Bruins player to score in his first NHL game since Shawn Bates on Oct. 2, 1997. He became the second Bruin this season to score in his first career NHL game, joining Tyler Randell.

1: Jonas Gustavsson took the loss against the Canadiens, 4-2, on Nov. 7, giving him his first loss as a Bruin in his fourth start.

1: Zach Trotman recorded his first point of the season with an assist on David Krejci’s goal in the 3-1 win over the Red Wings on Saturday.

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NESN’s Sarah Davis Had Something Dirty On Her Mind (VIDEO)

Sarah Davis

NESN’s Sarah Davis is very easy on the eyes and she has a very dirty mind. During the Bruins game on Thursday night, she had a freudian slip when talking about Dennis Seidenberg’s return to the line up.

Disc and dick easy slip up right?

It’s okay Sarah, Seids coming back to help the Bruins porous defense gets me all hot and bothered too….

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Big Bad Bruins Brawls: Best 25 Minutes Of Your Day (VIDEO)

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Pretty much nothing beats a good ole hockey fight…..well except 25 minutes of Big Bad Bruins brawls, donney brooks and slobber knockers. Sit back grab a sixer and enjoy some of the best fights in Black and Gold history.

You’re welcome…..

Whoever this mysterious “The Mook” is, he deserves a Oscar for this bloody masterpiece!

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Boston Bruins: Last Two Weeks By The Numbers For 11/7/15

The Bruins appeared to have gotten things turned around after their 0-3-0 start as they rattled off five in a row to close out October. Faltering in their last two games and losing one of their leaders in the process, however, leaves the B’s at 6-5-1 with a tough test of back-to-backs on the horizon this weekend. The last two weeks have seen the team earn their latest first home victory in quite some time, some milestone point accomplishments for a couple of longtime centermen, a really hot power play, a not-so-great welcome back to a former player and the team accomplishing something they’ve only done one other time – in 2010-11. This is Boston Bruins: Last Two Weeks By The Numbers.

Brett Connolly celebrates with David Krejci after scoring for one of the best offenses in the league.

Brett Connolly celebrates with David Krejci after scoring for one of the best offenses in the league.

1: The B’s got their first win without Tyler Randell in the lineup on Halloween with a 3-1 victory over the Lightning. They had been 0-3-0 without him in the lineup this season and 5-0-1 with him in there at that point.

1: Brad Marchand was named the NHL’s First Star of the Week for the week ending Nov. 1. The winger totaled a league-leading four goals and two assists in three Bruins’ wins.

1: Former Bruin, Tyler Seguin, scored his first three goals as a visitor at TD Garden as the Stars beat the Bruins, 5-3, on Tuesday.

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Habs Players Have A Balloon Animal Duel….Seriously (VIDEO)

habs players balloon animals

Yes folks, I seriously can’t make this sh*t up.

And yes I can’t believe I could get a screen grab of Habs player Torrey Mitchell pleasing his balloon dong…..

Montreal Canadiens fans, you find this entertaining? Is it a French Canadian “thing”?

I mean Dale Weise is a complete weasel and I would assume diving would be more his wheel house than inflatable schlongs….

So happy I am a Bruins fan!

Boston Bruins: First Two Weeks By The Numbers – 10/24/15

While it may have been a lot of what Bruins fans expected, the first two weeks of the season certainly have not gone the way they wanted. Thankfully, however, there have been plenty of interesting factoids and curious stats to distract from the pedestrian play, including a couple of double-digit home winning streaks getting snapped, a scoring feat that hadn’t happened since 2008, another that hadn’t been seen since 1992, a new father climbing the all-time list and a milestone game for the captain. This is Boston Bruins: First Two Weeks By The Numbers.

The Bruins missed Zdeno Chara to start the year, but have improved since his return.

The Bruins missed Zdeno Chara to start the year, but have improved since his return.

1: Matt Belesky notched his first point as a Bruin in the third period of the Opening Night, 6-2, loss to the Jets as he assisted on David Pastrnak’s first of the season. He logged his first goal two nights later against Montreal.

1: Ironically, Zac Rinaldo drew a penalty on his first shift as a Bruin, putting the B’s on the power play less than two minutes into the season.

1: D-man, Colin Miller, made his NHL debut in Game No. 2 against the Canadiens on Oct. 10 and Tommy Cross played in his first career game on Oct .14 in Colorado, picking up his first point three nights later in Arizona. Tyler Randell also debuted against the Avs and he scored his first career goal, becoming the first Bruin to score in his first game since 2008 (Blake Wheeler). Jonas Gustavsson made his Bruins’ debut and backstopped the team to its first win of the season. Miller recorded his first point against the Avs.

1: Claude Julien lost his first career coach’s challenge in the loss to the Habs.

1: Ryan Spooner received the first ejection of his career in the 4-2 loss to the Habs. He received a 5-minute major for boarding in the third period.

1: Adam McQuaid was plus-1 against the Canadiens and, as a result, was the only Bruin with a positive rating through the first two games.

1: Kevan Miller scored to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead over the Avalanche on Oct. 14. It was his first goal since Jan. 29. He also dropped his gloves against in a decisive bout against Joe Vitale of the Coyotes on Saturday to mark the team’s first fighting major of the season.

1: Joonas Kemppainen scored the first goal of his NHL career Friday night against the Islanders to tie the game at two.

1:54: The Bruins found themselves on the power play just 1:54 into the season as Winnipeg’s Adam Lowry went off for a trip. Last season, they had to wait 9:44 for their first power play and got it courtesy of Rinaldo, who was then with the Flyers.

2: David Krejci’s goal against the Jets on Oct. 8 was the second Opening Night goal of his career and first since Oct. 9, 2008 against the Avalanche.

2: Patrice Bergeron committed two penalties in the loss to the Lightning on Columbus Day – his first multi-penalty game since Nov. 22, 2014.

2: Randell scored goals on each of his first two career NHL shots as he found the back of the net against Colorado and Arizona. He became the first Bruins’ player with a goal in each of his first two NHL games since Dimitri Kvartalnov in 1992. He played just over 13 minutes total between the two games.


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