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New Tim Thomas Facebook Comments Ignite New Firestorm

In the middle of a not-so-great hockey streak by the Bruins, and only a couple of weeks away from the trade deadline, Tim Thomas and the media have had another misunderstanding. After the first Facebook episode, one would think Tim Thomas would stay away from posting things about sensitive topics on the internet where everyone can see it. […]

Sabres Crush Both Rask and Thomas in Buffalo

The Buffalo Sabres played Wednesday’s game as a team desperately needing wins to keep its playoff hopes alive should: intelligent but physical, controlled but aggressive. The Boston Bruins played as a team with a chance at the Eastern Conference’s top spot should not: lazy, disorganized, brainless. Who do you think won? The Sabres scored twice […]

Bruins Continue to Slide, Lose to Penguins 2-1

The Bruins have had a terrific season thus far, entering Saturday afternoon’s matinee with the Pittsburgh Penguins only three points out of first place in the Eastern Conference. But recently their play hasn’t been up to that level, the roar of the seemingly unstoppable Bruins had seemingly hit a wall, they are only 4-4-1 in […]

Bruins Start 2nd Half With Win Against Ottawa 4-3

The Bruins started the second half of the season at home against Ottawa with a win 4-3. The Senators played the Bruins tough, which is not a surprise with a huge improvement from last season for them. With goals from Zdeno Chara, Dennis Seidenberg, Milan Lucic, and Brad Marchand along with 30 saves from Tim […]

2012 NHL Fantasy Draft: Zdeno Chara and Daniel Alfredsson are Good GMs

Thursday night the NHL All Star Draft happened in Ottawa. Zdeno Chara and Daniel Alfredsson captained the two teams selecting two All-Star rosters. Chara called the puck toss and won the first pick. Pavel Datsyuk was the first name called. Many people thought Chara would take Tim Thomas (though he did grab him in the second […]

What We Learned This Week: Tim ‘Tea Party’ Thomas; Pats ‘Moore’ Sterling Than Ravens

What we learned the week of January 20-27: 1. Tim Thomas hates the federal government. Not sure why anyone finds this surprising– he sounds just like every other middle-aged, multimillionaire white guy in the country. 2. Most Patriots fans suddenly discovered that there was a guy named Sterling Moore playing for their team. Now that […]

Thomas’s White House Snub Brings Out the Cult of Media Hypocrisy

This week, Tim Thomas made a choice. He chose not to join his teammates at a White House ceremony honoring the Boston Bruins for their 2011 Stanley Cup Championship. Thomas released a statement to the public stating why he did not want to attend the ceremony. It had something to do with big government, rights […]

Tim Thomas Benched, Capitals Beat Bruins 5-3

Tim Thomas was first off the ice at practice Tuesday, which usually indicates he would start in net that night. He did not. One day after purposely skipping the Bruins’ event at the White House, and on the same day as President Obama’s State of the Union address, Thomas rode the bench. In his place […]

Tim Thomas Explains Why He Skipped Obama Event at White House

Tim Thomas released a statement on his Facebook page why he skipped Monday’s event at the White House as President Obama honored the Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins. “I believe the Federal government has grown out of control, threatening the Rights, Liberties, and Property of the People. This is being done at the Executive, Legislative, […]

Tim Thomas Exercises Free-Speech Right, Declines White House Ceremony

President Barack Obama congratulated the Boston Bruins Monday for their 2011 Stanley Cup championship. Citing differences of opinion, Boston Globe hockey writer Fluto Shinzawa reported, Tim Thomas chose not to attend. Good for Thomas.

Bruins Beat Flyers in Shootout, Now 1st in Eastern Conference

The Boston Bruins (31-13-2) and Philadelphia Flyers (28-14-5) sure did turn some heads on Sunday afternoon. Sure the attention wasn’t all theirs at 3 pm eastern time, but a dramatic 6-5 Bruins shootout win gave Boston fans just another thing to celebrate on a day that featured wins from the Celtics and Patriots. 1st Period […]

Bruins’ Fourth Line Carries Team Past Devils

Good things come to those who wait. The Boston Bruins waited five games to get back Brad Marchand. They waited two games to get back Rich Peverley. And they waited 63 minutes Thursday night before finally solving the New Jersey Devils’ stout defense and even more stout goalie, Martin Brodeur. Once the waiting period ended, […]

Lightning Outshine Sloppy Bruins 5-3

The Bruins (29-13-1) were looking to follow up their shootout win on Monday night as they visited the slumping Lightning. Unfortunately a lack of defensive effort across the table instead led them to an awful 5-3 loss to Tampa Bay, who had been losers of seven consecutive games. The smallest of bright spots in the […]

Bruins Fall to Hurricanes, Get Swept in Season Series

The Bruins lost a tough game to the Hurricanes in Carolina 4-2 on Saturday night. Carolina responded to goals by Boston twice and added an empty net goal to seal the deal. The Hurricanes are having a down season, but were ready to play and were helped further by sloppy play by the Bruins. Two Bruins giveaways […]

Bruins Get Lucky, Hold Off Canadiens For 2-1 Win

For the first time in recent memory, the Bruins and Canadiens played a meaningless game. Why? Well, simply put, the Canadiens suck this season. Montreal is 12th in the Eastern Conference and has a losing record. They entered the game 16 (!!!) points behind the Bruins in the East. Things are so bad, they traded […]