Phase 3 of the NHL’s plan to reopen the season with postseason play will begin on July 10th when teams will start their training camps. At that time, teams are allowed to bring 30 skaters to camp and unlimited goaltenders. Yep, goaltenders are being treated like salad and breadsticks at Olive Garden. Continue reading →
Good morning. How are you? Anything interesting happen this weekend? Did you enjoy exploring your house, your cupboards, that closet you swore you would never open ever again? Yeah, me too. Continue reading →
The Bruins are back in Boston today, defending the home turf against the Columbus BJs.
Be there! Or be someplace else, as the law of conservation of mass suggests that you need to exist someplace in space and time for a continuous length of time.
The Bruins prospect situation is whittling down with the NCAA tournament now and the CHL playoffs inching toward the Third Round. Several of the Bruins prospects have already joined Providence for their playoff push on ATO: Brandon Carlo, Rob O’Gara, Jesse Gabrielle, and Matt Grzelcyk (which I can now spell without Googling, woo!). Recently signed Danton Heinen also joins the Providence ranks. Continue reading →
The Bruins may be out of the playoffs, but their prospects aren’t.
The NCAA tournament resumed after three and a half years a one-week week hiatus. Unfortunately, both Ryan Fitzgerald and Danton Heinen were respectively eliminated by Quinnipiac and North Dakota in the semi-finals. Here are your Bruins prospects point totals: