Why Your Expectations Should Be Low This Offseason

This is more rant than anything. You’ll probably hate it. Enjoy.  I think there are some ridiculous expectations of the Bruins this off-season. You’ve already heard people calling radio shows, writing blogs, tweeting that the Bruins need to make a huge move. “Ya the Broons need tah sign Tomas Vanek.” “Tha Broons should go aftah […]


Bergeron, Tuukka Apply To Waste Management, Clean Up At NHL Awards

Seriously, this is Patrice Bergeron’s league – he’s just nice enough to allow everyone else to play in it. Bergeron cleaned up last night, taking home two trophies and also left as the NHL 15 cover person. After the completely unnecessary and over-the-top bullshit cover voting process that annoyed people who will actually play the […]


Bruins Release Pre-Season Schedule

The Bruins have officially released their preseason schedule starting on September 23 in Montreal. I wonder if Milan Lucic will fucking kill anyone? Here’s the complete schedule 9/23 at MTL – 7:30pm 9/24 vs. WSH – 7:00pm 9/26 at WSH – 7:00pm 9/27 at DET – 7:00pm 9/30 vs. NYI – 7:00pm 10/3 vs. NYI […]


Power Play Guru Geoff Ward Resigns, Heading To Germany

The master of the power play, and I say that with so much sarcasm dripping from it you should get yourself an umbrella, has resigned and is apparently heading to Germany. From our friends at Pro Hockey Talk: Boston Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli announced Geoff Ward has resigned from his position with the team and has taken […]


Pez Plays Armchair GM

Welcome one and all to the second annual “Pez Plays Armchair GM”, which is one of my favorite posts to write. I’m not even going to preface anything, lets just get into it. Note: Capgeek does not count the Iginla bonus against the Bruins cap. To counteract this, I subtracted the $4.2M that Iginla earned […]


VIDEO TRIBUTE: We Say Goodbye To Shawn Thornton

Yesterday we told you that Shawn Thornton was done as a Boston Bruin. Instead of our normal Photoshop Eulogy where we display our favorite photoshops of the Boston Bruin leaving the team, we kicked it up a notch. There is no question that we have a huge bromance with Shawn Thornton. We don’t hide it […]


Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli Confirms That Shawn Thornton Is Gone

Ugh. It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that the Bruins were looking to get younger and by doing that you have to get rid of the “old guard”. With Shawn Thornton becoming an unrestricted free agent this offseason, many believed Thornton would be done in Boston. Today, GM Peter Chiarelli basically confirmed it. Check […]


Pump The Brakes On The “Trade Brad Marchand” Talk

The city of Boston has many nicknames: – The Hub – The Cradle of Liberty – Beantown But I have another nickname for this city, especially when it comes to their sport franchises: – The City of Overreaction It seems that once a player has a bad postseason for the Bruins the “trade him” birds […]


Thank You To Our Amazing Readers

This is always my favorite post to write, but it’s also one of my least favorites. It usually means that the Bruins season is over. Unfortunately for this year it ended a lot sooner than we would have hoped. We were ready for the next round and possibly the Stanley Cup Finals. As grizzled veterans […]


ECSF Game 7: Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins. Vomit City.

Media Okay so I’ve read some people are having issues with this. Here’s easy step by step instructions. 1. Download VLC 2. Click the bear. Feels good doesn’t it baby? Oh yeah. 3. Click on any X’s you see and your stream will load. Don’t click on any ads, just the X’s. 4. Enjoy. Click the […]


ECSF Game 5: Montreal Canadiens at Boston Bruins. BEST OF THREE!

SERIES TIED 2-2 It took Matt Fraser busting his NHL playoff cherry for the Bruins to escape the bleu blanc et rouge hellhole that is Montreal with this series tied and I am a-okay with that. Sometimes you need to be good and sometimes you just need to be lucky. On Thursday the Bruins were a […]


ECSF Game 4: Boston Bruins at Montreal Canadiens. FIND THE HEART!

MTL LEADS THE SERIES 2-1 Wednesday, 10:05 am The only sounds in the Bell Centre was the sound of steel cutting through ice. As the ghosts of Montreal’s past hung from the rafters, each Stanley Cup banner a reminder of historical accomplishments, on the ice the Boston Bruins continued to practice. Red faced and irritated, […]