For those who haven’t heard, you can now play Oregon Trail and 2,000 other MS DOS games in your web browser, compliments of the Internet Archive. So the Team DOY decided to pack their shit, tie on their pretty little bonnets and head west to see who’s strong enough to survive and who’s gonna call to […]
If I had to describe the Boston Bruins this season I would akin it to starting your car in negative degree weather. Sometimes it sputters and coughs and you get very frustrated. You think about writing the eulogy as you try again and still it coughs and sputters. Finally, after dealing with the immense frustration, […]
Normally if you called game number 41 on a schedule of 82 a ‘big game’, I’d call you a moron. Things seem a little different this season however. With the Bruins unable to grasp what kind of hockey they want to play, they’ve allowed themselves to slip out of the playoff standings – a point […]
What seemed like minutes after the end of the World Juniors Tournament, Peter Chiarelli called up David Pastrnak. Pasta will practice today and travel with the team to Pittsburgh. There was no word on who, if anyone, was sent to Providence.
Oof. Do you remember when you looked forward to games like this? When you saw an NHL bottom feeder like the Ottawa Senators coming to the Garden, and it essentially meant a guaranteed two points for the black & gold? While it feels like it’s been forever since that’s been the case, we’re talking […]
One can only hope that when various Boston Bruins popped bubbly when the clock stuck midnight, the champagne bubbles that oozed down their hands washed away the stink that lingered like a fermented cheese. It is clear that the last few months of 2014 weren’t good to the Boston Bruins. The cap mismanagement, the weird […]
This Bruins’ team has been tough to watch. They’ve been far below expectations. They’ve been sloppy. But most of all, they’ve been boring. Tonight, we got a game that was fun to watch. Yeah, the ending sucked, but at least it was entertaining. The game’s first goal came off a Torey Krug turnover, though some […]
Despite a recent uptick in production, the Bruins’ offense remains woefully inept. They sit at 21st in the league in Goals For per Game with 2.59, only besting the dregs of the league. In years past, they could probably get away with that kind of output, but this year’s defensive effort has been middle-of-the-road at best. All […]
With Bergy & Lucic DTD and Fraser claimed off waivers, Bruins are turning to Matt Lindblad for help. Here. We. Go.
The hits keep on coming for Boston. No Bergeron or Lucic tonight as they’re DTD, and now Matt Fraser is packing his bags to head to Edmonton. Fraser was part of the Seguin deal, so right now we’re looking at Seguin for Smith, Morrow & Eriksson. That deal just gets worse and worse over time. […]
When things are bad, they get worse.
Lucic and Bergeron both day-to-day.
— DJ Bean (@DJ_Bean) December 28, 2014
Welcome back, everyone. I’m sincerely hoping that you and yours had a joyous and memorable holiday for all of the right reasons. The Bruins entered the Christmas break on a very modest two game winning streak. I emphasize just how modest due to the fact that those wins came in OT against Buffalo and […]
(Jon’s note: I made excessive use of slant rhyme. Suck it.) ‘Twas the night before the night before Christmas And all through TD Garden, Bruins players and fans begged Rinne for a pardon. For the Bruins have so much trouble scoring And watching them get shutout by Pekka would be boring. “I’ll give you […]
Twas the night before the break and all through the Garden, The zamboni was filled, the ice start to harden, The jerseys were hung in the lockers with care, In hopes that the Predators soon would be there. Brad Marchand was nestled and eating some bread While Pekka Rinne saves danced in his head. And Loui […]