Archive for 'Bruins'
As you may have heard, I’ve recently published a work of historical fiction called “The History of the Mayan Ball League.” During the rash of concussions players were suffering during the course of the National Hockey League (they used to play games, you know), I began thinking about the predecessors of that professional sports league, [...]
My current favorite song (copyright NESN and Jack Edwards, 2007, I believe):
YouTube – Milan Lucic vs Jarkko Ruutu – 2.28.08: I love watchin’ this kid play the game.
Now, not to engage in the ridiculous Beckett vs. Wakefield debate that the Fox broadcast crew insisted on talking about until I hit the mute button and grabbed the radio for WEEI’s take on the matter (and that bullsh*t article by Nick Cafardo in the Globe this morning… sorry, I can’t bear to link to [...]
Bruins Beat: Biggest and baddest brought back by B’s – Framingham, MA – The MetroWest Daily News: I was hoping for Cam returning to the ice, bad knee and all, but I suppose we’ll have to settle for Vice President.
I don’t get it… the ’81 Celtics were good and all… but how… the… heck… did they win out over the 1970 Bruins? Kind of an interesting walk down memory lane looking at some of these teams listed… I’m feeling in the mood to watch a little City of Champions this evening.
Boston Bruins Tribute with Classic Theme Song: Maybe this will cheer you all up a bit: Thanks a million, BSMW Power Play. Ah, to have playoff hockey in Boston again…
Phil the Thrill is making the Habs look bad this evening, what a great player to watch (and first B’s game I get to watch in a while, thanks to a night off Lemon Wrestler and a night coding – not really wholehearted thanks I have to say, I’d rather not be coding the stuff [...]
Surely, surely, this is some sort of cosmic joke: On Hockey: Bruins give up too much – The MetroWest Daily News: Now, no offense to Wideman, but I saw him play back when he was with St Louis’ farm club in Worcester, the Ice Cats… and, umm… Dennis Wideman? For Brad Boyes? Really? I bet [...]
Hear, hear! Netminders Blog – Boston.com I’m tired of getting e-mails from hard core, or formerly hard-core fans, complaining about the game. Why does the NHL have this disease, it’s like the League suffers from low self-esteem: what can we change next, we’ve gotta make the nets bigger, we’ve gotta get more scoring, we’ve gotta [...]