Morning Free Association: Waiver Wire

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On Saturday afternoon, the Boston Bruins placed forward Chris Wagner and defenseman John Moore on waivers.

Sunday afternoon, they both cleared. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: A Reluctant Win

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Last night, the Boston Bruins took on the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. The B’s totally blasted the Rags out of the building, right?

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Morning Free Association: 4 in a Row

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Since dropping a loss in regulation to the New York Islanders on January 18th, the Bruins have won 4 straight; 2 against the Philadelphia Flyers and 2 against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The last 3 games were won without going to the shootout. Honestly, had the Bruins played their game throughout Tuesday’s match, they probably could have won that in regulation as well. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Move it or Lose it

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The Boston Bruins find themsleves in a bit of a predicament. My favorite phrases for this are: “I’m up a tree” or “I’m in a pitcher of water here”. Both of those came a from a dear friend’s Gram and while I thought they were charming and funny then, I find them to be completely relatable now. Grandma Neal was prescient and kind. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Carb Free Bruins

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David Pastrnak was deemed unfit to play and was declared out for Game 2 of the Bruins series against the Hurricanes.

Unfortunately, we’re not sure if it’s test related or if it’s an injury. Conor Ryan suggests that if it’s an injury, this might be when it happened in yesterday’s game.

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Morning Free Association: Unfit to Participate Updates

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So, when last we left the list of players on the Unfit to Particpate (UTP) list we had many Bruins players designated as such: Torey Krug, David Krejci, Charlie Coyle, Sean Kuraly, Nick Ritchie, Chris Wagner, Tuukka Rask, David Pastrnak, and Ondrej Kase. On Monday, Coyle, Kuraly, Krug, and Ritchie returned to practice. However, Charlie McAvoy and Anton Blidh joined Pasta and Kase on the UTP list. Continue reading