Being merciful is the right thing to do, so I’ll cut to the chase: the Bruins lost 6-1 yesterday afternoon and were later eliminated from the postseason picture because the Flyers did more than the bare minimum. The Flyers have 27 pieces of flair. Continue reading →
The Bruins will face the Sens today for their very last — and super important — regular season game. Puck will be dropped at 12:30, and the game is on NESN+. There’s not a hell of a lot of info out there right now, but we know one thing:
Rask is on ice but Jeremy Smith called up on emergency basis. Smith was first on ice. Mystery.
This game was ear-marked as being a Very Important Game, which the Bruins managed to show up for. They scored four unanswered goals against the Blackhawks at the United Center! Of course, when you skate around aimlessly for just about two-thirds of the game, spotting the home team SIX GOALS, in the process, things just aren’t going to work out.
Patrice Bergeron, 98.5 The Sports Hub and the entire team Bruins roster joined together for the 8th Annual Cuts for a Cause at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, having their heads shaved by auction winners to show their support and raise money for the Boston Bruins Foundation and Floating Hospital for Children at Tufts Medical Center. (Photo Credit: Kenneth So)
No Tuukka will NOT shave his head this year… but keep reading.
Patrice Bergeron and local radio station 98.5 the Sports Hub are holding the 9th annual Cuts for a Cause fundraiser at the Westin Waterfront Hotel in Boston on March 30th.
According to Twitter, Frederik Andersen will be between the pipes for Anaheim tonight.
The Ducks are a ridiculous 22-9-5 at the Ponda Center, but have lost four out of their last five games. It’s also Zdeno Chara’s birthday today and only a fool would not let him get what he wants today.
Would you say no to this face?
It’s also a kind of important game for Karl’s Dad Matt Beleskey, former Duck. A quick Google search of “Karl Beleskey” pulled up more images of Matt Beleskey rocking a mullet and not his own dog, and thankfully none of Karl wearing a mullet. I think I will save those images for another time.