// 2011 Stanley Cup Finals

Video: Milan Lucic Punched in Bar Fight After Game in Vancouver

Milan Lucic is a tough guy on the ice and on Saturday night he proved he’s a smart one off it, too. A local Vancouver resident punched Lucic twice in the face and the Bruin forward refused to retaliate. He knows that the only time he can legally dole out some physical punishment is when […]

Picking Up the Pieces: Vancouver Riots Unrelated to Sports

In the film Green Street Hooligans, protagonist Elijah Wood finds himself ensconced in the underground world of “Futbol Firms” (Read: Gangs that identify themselves with soccer teams). The movie itself is fine. It’s enjoyable, has some “roller-coaster stomach feeling” moments (always a good thing), and features Wood being a bad-ass (which in-of-itself is uproarious because, […]

Heart of A Champion: Tim Thomas Dominates Playoffs to Win Stanley Cup

The road to glory isn’t always paved in gold, and for Bruins’ goaltender Tim Thomas it most certainly was not. Thomas, a native of Flint, Michigan, grew up in a blue-collar family who understood that opportunity often shows up disguised as hard work. Selling their wedding rings just so their son could attend goalie camp, […]

Bruins Rout Canucks To Tie Stanley Cup Finals Series 2-2

The Boston Bruins put together another rousing performance for the Garden faithful in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup finals, as they beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-0 to tie the series at 2 games apiece. In a game that had it all it was the man behind the mask who was the savior yet again. […]

Bruins Stanley Cup Game 1 Report Card: Thomas Great, Recchi Too Old

Quick Thoughts: Well, from a Boston Bruins perspective, one can chose to look at Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals two ways: 1. A wasted opportunity. A game that easily could be had — given Tim Thomas and his heroic efforts. Thomas won’t be able to replicate that performance throughout the series. Lastly, and most importantly, Boston […]