Pastrnak Trade? Slam The Panic Button

I consider myself to be a stand up guy. I follow the rules, keep my nose out of other people's business. But my patience is constantly worn thin by one thing, the Boston Bruins. The only franchise in Boston that truly tests its fans dedication. In the least surprising break in recent sports history. The... Continue Reading →


Boston’s Options For Free Agent Frenzy Day

First of all happy 150th birthday to Canada. Now that that is out of the way lets profile Kenny Agostino real quick. The former Blues prospect was the AHL player of the year last season. Scored in his Blues debut and now is going to be the next best thing in Boston. Signing him to... Continue Reading →

For Boston Their Past Is A Painful Reminder

Well, in case you need another brutal reminder of the magnitude 10,000 dumpster fire that is the Boston Bruins organization as a whole. The Stanley Cup Final was an exquisite reminder of just that. Phil Kessel, Joe Thornton, Martin Jones,  Joel Ward, Patrick Marleau and finally Mike Sullivan. What on gods green earth do all of these men have... Continue Reading →

Dumb But Not Dumbfounding 

Partially I feel somewhat moronic for coming so late to the party here, but at least I'm not late to my defensive spots on the ice. That was reserved specifically for Mr. Miller. Let me get this out of the way, Kevan Miller comes directly as advertised. What I mean by that is when you... Continue Reading →

Royal Rumble

After spending 8 seasons with the Boston Bruins. Milan Lucic made his anticipated return to the Boston Garden lastnight as a member of the Los Angeles Kings. Aside from the standing ovation and heartwarming video montage, there wasn't much to get excited about from a Bruin fans perspective as the Kings cruised to a 9-2... Continue Reading →

Tampa Turnover?

  This June marks the 12th anniversary of the 2004 Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning squad. Their first and only Championship. Four seasons later they won an NHL worst 31 games and owned the first overall pick in the 2008 draft. Steven Stamkos annihilated his competition as a member of the Sarnia Sting making... Continue Reading →

Lets Make A Deal

  Due to no trade clauses, the salary cap and hesitation to acquire known veterans with costly contracts, the trade mill has been relatively quiet. That was, until yesterday. Three big moves by five teams spiced up your Wednesday. For starters Los Angeles acquired former first overall pick Vinny Lecavalier and reliable defenseman Luke Schenn from the Flyers for a... Continue Reading →

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