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Video: Michael Ryder Dents Stanley Cup in Newfoundland

It was Michael Ryder’s day with the Stanley Cup the other day, and he brought it to his hometown in Newfoundland. Harmless, right? Not if you’re the Cup. Ryder, now with the Dallas Stars, brought the Cup over to a table to take pictures with it, and when he let go…

Where Will the Bruins Take the Stanley Cup?

Win the Stanley Cup, and you get 24 hours to take it wherever you want and do whatever you want with it. The Boston Bruins are taking it all over the world in the next two months. Check out this map to see who’ll take it where (locations courtesy of WEEI)! View Bruins Stanley Cup […]

Poll of the Week: What’s the Best Part of the Bruins’ Stanley Cup Win?

The Bruins won the Stanley Cup for the first time since 1972, their game 7 victory in Vancouver inspiring joyous celebrations across New England. Now that the fanfare and hoopla have finally died down, it’s time to consider this question:

Shallon Lester (Who?) Claims She Got Amstel Light with Bruins at Foxwoods

Leave it to Deadspin to unfurl the mystery of the lone Amstel Light purchased at Foxwoods during the Bruins’ epic celebration soon after the glorious Stanley Cup victory. Was it Mark Recchi? Nope, he’s too old. Nathan Horton? He’s still recovering, though I bet all the Bud Lights were just great for his headaches. Tyler […]

Reward Offered To Bruin Who Drank Lone Amstel Light at Foxwoods

No one parties harder than hockey players, as evidenced by last week’s wild Bruins celebration at Foxwoods, in which the B’s racked up a bar tab of more than $150,000. The tab included a $100,000 bottle of champagne, 136 Bud Lights, and several orders of hard liquor. Also included was just one Amstel Light for […]

NESN’s Don Orsillo With a (mini) Stanley Cup

If you watch Red Sox games, you know Don Orsillo and Jerry Remy can have fun conversations in the booth. During Monday night’s game, the team reflected on the Bruins celebrations with the Stanley Cup on Sunday at Fenway, but remarked they were unable to actually see the Cup up close and in person. Remy […]

Bruins Bar Tab at Foxwoods: $156,679.74

If you’re out with a bunch of friends all night at a bar, you’re likely to see a triple-figure bar tab, and in some cases, you’ll see a tab in the thousands of dollars if you get a table at a club in Boston. It’s likely that you’re celebrating a big event, like a 21st […]

Bruins’ Investment in Rookies Seguin & Marchand Pays Dividends in Stanley Cup Run

When Bruins fans speak years from now of the 2011 Stanley Cup, they will tell stories of a champion team of veterans. Their voices will rise in pitch when they speak of 34-year-old Zdeno Chara, who anchored a defense that neutralized the supposedly unstoppable Canucks offense. They will giggle as they mention how Mark Recchi […]

Pump the Tires on the Duck Boats: Bruins Top Canucks 4-0, Win 1st Stanley Cup In 39 Years

The Boston Bruins beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 on Wednesday night at the Rogers Arena, quieting the city while igniting their own; 2,504 miles away. Conn Smythe winner Tim Thomas achieved the first Game 7 shutout in Stanley Cup history, leading his team to their first Championship since 1972. With a 1.15 GAA in the Finals, Thomas’ […]

Bruins-Canucks Game 7: B’s Gunning For 1st Stanley Cup Since 1972

Thirty-nine years ago on the ice at Madison Square Garden, legendary Bruins Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito, and Johnny Bucyk hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup for the fifth time and the last time in franchise history. Since that night in New York, the Bruins have only played for the cup three times, never winning more than two […]

Video: Johnny Boychuk Hits Mason Raymond in Bruins-Canucks Game 6

In an already chippy series, it only took a few moments into Game 6 to have the first serious hit. The hit, itself, didn’t look all that serious though. Canuck Mason Raymond was bent over and skated backwards, hitting the boards butt-first while his neck and shoulders had contact with Johnny Boychuk. In simpler terms, […]

Video: Roberto Luongo Criticizes Tim Thomas on Maxim Lapierre’s Game 5 Goal

Tim Thomas has played outstanding for the entire Stanley Cup, and may be in line to win the Conn Smythe whether or not the Bruins win the Cup. He allowed just one goal in a 1-0 defeat in Game 5, but Vancouver goalie Roberto Luongo said that one goal would have been an “easy save” […]

Video: Tim Thomas Fights Alex Burrows in Bruins-Canucks Game 4

Tim Thomas isn’t afraid defend his turf. You may remember his check on Henrik Sedin in Game 3. In Game 4, he took it to a whole new level. Pest Alex Burrows, who famously bit Patrice Bergeron and was not punished for it, was in front of the net on a Canucks power play late […]

Bruins-Canucks Game 3 Rewind: Thomas Deserves Conn Smythe

Here’s some additional thoughts on Monday night’s 8-1 win for the Bruins in Game 3. Thomas For MVP? Tim Thomas finished Game 3 with 40 saves on 41 shots, with Vancouver edging Boston for shots on goal 41-38. He seems to only get better as the pressure has built, and I tweeted last night that […]

Bruins-Lightning Game 7: What’s at Stake

Wednesday night, I found myself bartending at my local pub waiting for the Bruins game to begin. As I began to prep for my shift at seven o’clock, one by one, fan after fan dawning the colors black and gold filed through the doors to witness what could be history in the making. Upon serving customers, I couldn’t help […]