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Four Thoughts: Weekend Recap

Here are four quick thoughts on the Bruins’ weekend against former Western Conference pals Columbus and Detroit. It was good to see Loui Eriksson get on the board, notching his first two goals as a Bruin. The first goal (on … Continue reading

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Game 1: Bruins 3, Lightning 1

Rather than just a bunch of random thoughts, I’m going to try to keep it to four for each game this year. We’ll see how it goes. The third line already looks miles ahead of last year’s. Remember, last year … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the premiere of “Behind the B”

Some quick thoughts on last night’s premiere: Overall, I really enjoyed the show. I’ve enjoyed watching HBO’s “24/7” series, and it’s even more entertaining when it’s the hometown team. I was surprised at just how much access the cameras were … Continue reading

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Wrapping up a wild weekend

The Bruins had some fireworks of their own this weekend, moving Tyler Seguin and Rich Peverley while adding Loui Eriksson, Jarome Iginla, and a few prospects. Here are some thoughts on what went down. What happened to Seguin? Simply put, … Continue reading

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Game 4: Pregame thoughts

I didn’t end up writing anything on Game 3 due to getting a late start on Thursdays, so here’s some pregame stuff to make up for it. Kaspars is in I had forgotten that Kaspars Daugavins played in Game 1 … Continue reading

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An unimaginable tragedy

Yesterday started off about as perfectly as a day can. I took the train into work because I’d be taking it right to the Garden after work to go to the B’s game with my brother, father, and uncle, something … Continue reading

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B’s add Redden and Flick

The trade deadline came and went Wednesday afternoon, and the Bruins made two minor moves: they traded Max Sauve to Chicago/Rockford in exchange for Rob Flick, and traded a conditional seventh-round draft pick to St. Louis in exchange for Wade … Continue reading

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