Morning Free Association: Black Aces?

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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

Morning Free Association: Back to the Grz-ind

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I can hardly believe that we’re more than halfway through this hellyear, this latest annual edition of the dumbest, darkest timelime. Yep, we’re almost at the seventh month and we’re trying to figure out if the NHL can award the Stanley Cup this season. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: More Skating

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For a little over 2 weeks, the NHL has been in Phase 2 of it’s plan to re-open the league. At first, the league was only allowing a small amount of players to skate with each other in small practice groups. For the Bruins, that meant Brad and Bergy, then Chara with Moore and Lindholm. Torey Krug, Matt Grzelcyk, and Sean Kuraly joined the two top liners last week. As of today, both groups of players could get together to practice as the NHL allows for additional players to skate together. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: Euro Players Visas

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Three more players have arrived at Warrior Ice Arena for practices. Defensemen Torey Krug and Matt Grzelcyk and forward Sean Kuraly joined Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand for practice yesterday. Continue reading

Morning Free Association: It’s Over

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Well, all good things come to an end. Last night, the Bruins nineteen-game point streak came to an end when the Bruins dropped to the Penguins, 4-2. It was a good run and it was only a matter of time before the streak was ended. Thankfully, it wasn’t stopped by the Senators, because losing to the worst team in the NHL is awful.

So, the only thing the Bruins can do now is start a new win streak. Continue reading