Days of Y’Orr Plays Bruins’ President: Part 3: NHL Free Agency and NHL Draft.

If you’re new to the series, check out parts one and two. Look at the 2015 free agent list, anyone out there tickle your fancy? Bree: Ooh, I love Free Agency. It’s my very own Christmas in July in which someone gets pretty presents and some others get coal. Coal they actually pay real money for. […]


Days Of Y’Orr Plays Bruins’ President: Part II: Roster Changes

If you missed this series, I feel bad for you son. We got some roster problems, but first read part one. Hit me! Charlie Jacobs has tasked you with making roster moves, which moves do you make? Bree: Sign: Spooner, Connolly and Hamilton. Spooner is excellent, Hamilton is slowly growing into his role and I don’t […]


Days of Y’Orr Plays Bruins President: Part 1 – A New GM and Coach.

In an alternate universe, Jeremy Jacobs has fired Cam Neely and hired his arch-nemesis as Bruins President. Figuring that no one can do a worse job than bring a team in 2015 back to 1980, he hired eight bloggers who have been critical, negative and at most time down-right nasty regarding the Bruins. He figured that […]


Peter Chiarelli To Be Hired As Edmonton Oilers’ President of Hockey Operations

Well that was quick. 9 days after being fired by the Boston Bruins, ex-General Manager Peter Chiarelli is expected to be hired today as the Edmonton Oilers’ President of Hockey Operations. DJ Bean of the Big, Bad, Blog writes: According to multiple reports out of Canada, the Oilers will announce the hiring of former Bruins general […]


Zdeno Chara has fractured ankle.

TheScore has reported that Zdeno Chara will miss the World Championships thanks to a fractured ankle. Defenseman Zdeno Chara will not play in the World Championship in his native Czech Republic due to an ankle fracture, coach Vladimir Vujtek told Sport SME. Chara missed practice late in the regular season after blocking a David Booth shot during […]


“Asante sana Squash banana, wewe nugu mimi hapana”

The loss to the Florida Panthers was devastating to Bruins captain Zdeno Chara. Nothing seemed to make sense anymore. The team he once knew, the team he once hoisted a Stanley Cup with, was gone. While some of the players remained, their spirit has changed. The fight they once had, punched out. Their fire, exhausted. […]


81. Boston Bruins at Florida Panthers. Line Abominations Ahoy?

Is Claude Julien going to mismatch these lines so much they resemble the “leftovers” bin at the abortion clinic? For a team that was really clicking before last night’s game, Claude panicked. There’s nothing you could really say to justify why Claude changed the lines as drastically as he did, including breaking up his best […]


80. Boston Bruins at Washington Holtbys.

The Bruins cannot solve the Braden Holtby. On March 15, in Washington, Holtby shut the Bruins out. You can make the case that the Bruins were playing their third game in four days, but that isn’t the only time Holtby has shut these guys out. Earlier this season, in October, Holtby shut the Bruins out […]


Trading Marc Savard And Why It Makes Sense.

“Money for nothin’ and chicks for free.”  Ah Dire Straits, never become irrelevant. From Nichols On Hockey: Elliotte Friedman was on Calgary’s Sportsnet 960 on Monday morning. On the Boston Bruins: “One of the things they’re looking at is trading Marc Savard. Now, for those of you who are unfamiliar, Marc Savard is never going […]


78. Boston Bruins at Detroit Red Wings. Wait, 3rd in the Atlantic?

Looks at title. Looks at standings. Holy shit it is actually possible. If the Bruins win in regulation tonight they will have the same point total and ROW as the Red Wings. So what’s that mean? That means the league then looks at the total number of points earned between the two teams in their matchup. If […]


Dougie Hamilton Has Broken Ribs per Celtics’ Kelly Olynyk

So last night Celtics’ center and my basketball mancrush Kelly Olynyk accidentally disclosed that Dougie Hamilton has broken ribs. Here’s where the hypocrisy of the Boston media comes into play. Stanley Cup of Chowder’s Paul Wheeler wrote an amazing piece on the NHL using media as a weapon. It hit home so precisely that CSNNE’s […]