A great man once said:
I am on board with this sentiment.
On to the Jagr Day festivities!
Hi, I’m Lee Stempniak!
Good morning, everyone!
The Bruins’ playoff chances presently stand at 95.2%, going up half a tick due to Detroit’s loss to the Blackhawks last night.
Frank Vatrano continues to light up the AHL, scoring his third hat trick of the season last night, with all goals coming unassisted. I get the impression the Bruins will keep him in Providence until the Calder Cup playoffs are over, but one can’t help but want to get a look at him with the big kids.
The B’s are on the road tonight against the Rage Cats. Here’s hoping our road record trumps our record against playoff-bound teams.
What’s on tap?
Our intrepid Bruins were on a mission to win three straight at home. Could they do it? They would have to avoid phantom penalties, obvious penalties committed against them that went unnoticed, and an appearance by old nemesis NO GOAL to win. Continue reading
Cameron, would you like to sum up that period?
All the best to Miller for a speedy recovery.
A perfect goal by a perfect man.
Tonight the Bruins take on the (gulp) Washington Capitals. The Caps are on pace to end the season with 589 points while the Bruins are showing a glimmer of hope that they A) like playing at home and B) can compete against playoff teams.