// 2011 NHL playoffs

Outliers: The Impact of the Bruins Stanley Cup Victory

I hate to be that guy. The columnist that tries to put everything into “context.” The Bruins didn’t just win Lord Stanley’s Cup Wednesday night, there has to be a larger issue here, right? Man, I think sometimes contextualizing the moment is as hackneyed as a joke from a Mike & Molly preview, about Charlie […]

5 Tidbits From Bruins-Lightning ECF Series Going Into Game 4

Here are five thoughts on the Boston/Tampa Bay Eastern Conference Finals series thus far. The Bruins took a one-game lead following a 2-0 win in Game 3. 1. Size vs Skill.. vs. Heart Through three games, this series is shaking out much like the opening round against Montreal for the Bruins. Boston has the edge in size, and […]

No More Game 7′s! Bruins Need to Take Series In Six

Like they did all season long, the Bruins have taken us on a roller coaster ride in their first round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens. After dropping the first two games at home, our Black and Gold went up to the Bell Centre and played two thrillers to tie the series up at two. […]

Bruins Drop Game 1 To Canadiens, 2-0

With the TD Garden feeling the most electric it had felt in decades before the game, the Bruins let loose a lackluster performance to fall to the  Montreal Canadiens 2-0 in their playoff opener Thursday night. Montreal Canadien Brian Gionta had a game of a lifetime by scoring the game’s only two goals, including one […]

Why I Hate the Montreal Canadiens

The regular season is over and our Boston Bruins proved that they can hang with the big boys in the conference, finishing with the #3 seed.  Now it’s time for the playoffs, and their first opponent…the Montreal Canadiens. I am a proud American and love my country.  I am forever thankful to my forefathers in […]