Morning Free Association: Storm Purge

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Truth be told, I didn’t watch this whole game; I only watched the last 3 or 4 minutes of the second period and the entirety of the third. Why? Because at 6 pm I needed to rest my eyes for…about 2.5 hours. So, yeah, sounds like I didn’t miss much. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Assignments, Recalls

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After playing his first two NHL games in the past week, Jack Studnicka was assigned to Providence over the weekend. His fellow call-up, Brendan Gaunce, remained on the Bruins roster without playing a game since the Thanksgiving eve game against the Senators. Well, he’s not staying up. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: The Haves and the Habs Nots

This team, they just keep doing it. They start off slow. They play a game of speed without really finding their game. When they finally strike in the final period, it’s lethal. The Boston Bruins just keep winning.

Currently riding a 6-game win streak and an 11-game point streak, this team looks beatable with their slow starts and pile of bodies on the injured pile, including one Patrice Bergeron. However slowly they begin, they just keep going. It wasn’t any different Sunday night. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Friday Pieday

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Hope you all had a Happy Thanksgiving/ Thursday full of pie. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Happy Thanksgiving or Happy Thursday Depending Where You Live

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Last night the Bruins took on the Ottawa Senators playing in their barn just outside of Ottawa. Yeah, that makes sense.

Last night, the Bruins won a game against the Ottawa Senators playing in their barn just outside of Ottawa, in Kanata. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Montreal Atypical

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Last night the Boston Bruins played what might have been their most complete game this season and the Montreal Canadiens turned up toothless. Sure, the Habs led in shots on goal 37-24. However, the Bruins made the most of their 24 shots by scoring on a third of them, resulting in a win for this team of injury-plagued, rag-tag misfits. Okay, maybe that’s a bit much. Continue reading