Morning Free Association: Tonight, the Tootsies!

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Yes, the Boston Bruins are allowed to play another game tonight. It seems like it’s been a long while since they last played on Saturday night. I mean, we lost an hour on Sunday and it still feels like years since the B’s last had a game. Many teams have played between 10-13 games while the Bruins have only 9. Continue reading

Game Day Thread: Bruins @ Caps

Urho Vaakanainen pushes the limits of sweater name-plate technology at Bruins rookie camp 2018

The Bruins are in Washington DC, facing the Capitals for the 8th and final time this season. It is also the final game of the regular season for the Bruins, and indeed, the entire East division. It will be broadcast on NHL Network, NESN+, NBC Sports Washington DC, and On the radio on 98.5 the Sports Hub, the beltway’s WJFK, and CapsRadio24/7

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Morning Free Association: Rags to Ritchies

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Tonight, the Boston Bruins take on the New York Rangers for the first time this season. After practice yesterday morning, the B’s flew down to New York where they’ll be for the better until Saturday night. Aw, they’ll be home just in time for Valentine’s Day with their sweethearts! Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Grit Without Gritty

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The hottest accessory in Boston is called “an even strength goal”. Last night, the Boston Bruins collected three of those from three different players: Jack Studnicka, Charlie Coyle, and My Boyest of Boys, Brandon Carlo. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Hockey is Coming

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Today being Tuesday means that we’re one day closer to the return of NHL hockey. Today is the day that teams must finalize their roster and be in cap compliance, as our friends at Cap Friendly have pointed out. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Tough Look at the Roster

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As I mentioned on Friday, Cam Neely spoke to the media regarding the Boston Bruins roster. Maybe both he and Don Sweeney have a bee in their respective bonnets, but both executives seem to be talking about the team with a fire that suggests that their seats are getting a little too hot for their britches. Continue reading