It’s not often that you read an apology of sorts on a blog and when it is done it seems that it’s of the type that’s short in the frame of “let’s pretend this didn’t happen”. Noted hockey scout for the Red Line Report, Kirk Luedeke wrote an apology on his own blog for suggesting that Tuukka be traded back in April when the 2015-2016 version of the Bruins collapsed in the last month of the season. While it seems the Bruins fanbase definitely has strong opinions either for or against Rask, it’s good to see someone who had expressed doubt about him can acknowledge his initial overreaction. Continue reading
Yay! The Bruins continue their winning ways on back-to-backs on the road. Next up is Minnesota on Thursday night. Continue reading
Tonight’s opponent dwells in the desert, specifically in Glendale, Arizona. Our Bruins have been in town for roughly 24 hours by now and hope to get a win in this first match-up of the three-game roadtrip of Western Conference teams in this endless week of hockey. Continue reading
The Blue Jackets are in town to tonight to take on our Bruins. Columbus and Boston each enter the evening with 14 points and 5th place in their respective divisions. The main difference between the two teams fortunes lies with the power play: Columbus leads the league with a PP% of 35.5; Boston is 23rd with a PP% of 14.6. Hopefully, the Bruins can stay out of the penalty box tonight. Continue reading
Sitting on my couch around 10:30pm, I complained to IW that I had nothing for the MFA. Typically, there is some scrap of news that can be used to start off the morning thread but on Wednesday, well, other things were happening. As I sat watching “Stan Against Evil” on IFC, the inspiration was served to me: the episode’s MacGuffin was a Bobby Orr stick. Continue reading
Election Day has come and gone and we have a new president-elect.
The Bruins lost a close one in Montreal last night.
These are two of the many things you will likely want to talk about.
I’ll just get out of your way so you can commiserate.