Morning Free Association: Game Day Edition

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Tonight, the Boston Bruins take on the Toronto Maple Leafs in game 3 of their first round Stanley Cup Playoff series. Boston leads the series 2-0 after a resounding win on Saturday night 7-3, a game in which David Pastrnak had a hat trick and a six-point night. Pasta is the youngest player to achieve this feat in a playoff game and only one of two Bruins to do so. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: That Game Last Night

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Last night the Boston Bruins made a statement — they may not be the faster or younger team but they were the better team, at least last night. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Two Days to Go

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The 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs start in two days which means we have a couple days off to contemplate the team, hope that the injured become fully healed and ready to perform, and to read all sorts of media. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: It’s Playoff Time

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Last night was the final game of the Boston Bruins regular season. A retiring Rene Rancourt sang the anthem for the last time in a regular season then came out to center ice to perform the ceremonial puck drop with Zdeno Chara and Milton-born Keith Yandle. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: One Down, Two More to Go

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Jack kept sayin that this game had the feel of a playoff game and perhaps that was true for one of the two teams. With Florida still outside of the playoff structure but not mathematically eliminated, this was a am they needed to win.

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Morning Free Association: April 5

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Yesterday, Sports Illustrated published an amazing story about longtime Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara, including a candid look at him at home, with regards to his insane training regimen, and how teammates look at him. Continue reading