A Days of Y’Orr Public Service Announcement

Over the past several days, we’ve received a lot of feedback regarding some of our opinions on our dear, dear Bruins. Apparently a lot of people are upset. Apparently we’ve offended a lot of people by things we’ve said or done. Apparently some of these people feel we should ease up on the Bruins or […]


Boston Bruins sign Simon Gagne to one-year deal

When you’re averaging one goal per game, you do things like this… From the Bruins press release: In his 13 seasons playing in the NHL, Gagne has scored a total of 288 goals with 309 assists for 597 points and a career plus-129 rating in 799 games. The 34-year-old most recently played with the Philadelphia […]


Special 6 Million Dollar Guest Recap. Bruins Lose.

Editor’s note: All of the DOY guys were busy doing better things that watching this hot pile of garbage, so we decided to bring in a guest writer today. Luckily, our number one choice wasn’t doing anything, so we bring you the musings of Bruins’ “first-line” winger, Milan Lucic.   Hey, gang. Milan Lucic here. […]


4. Colorado Avalanche at Boston Bruins. Are They Trying Yet?

Set to the tune of 1492. In the year fourteen of zero plus two, The Bruins started one and two. They were just slapped down in Washington, And the stench of losing followed them. They lost by day, they lost by night, Tuukka was burnt from the red goal light. They had no way to score […]

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If a recap fell in the forest…Bruins LOSE (badly)!

I was actually in the airport the other day when Pez asked whether I was able to write this recap.  I, like the Bruins, was on my way home from the shit show that had transpired at the Joe on Thursday night.  Jokingly (or at least I thought at the time), I said if the […]


3. Washington Capitals at Boston Bruins. Take Back On The Boychuk Trade? Please?

Apologies in advance for any spelling or grammar errors, I just finished rinsing the bleach out of my eyes from Thursday night’s Bruins game, brought to you by Planned Parenthood. Man, the Bruins were bad the other night. When you’re facing a goalie as prone to catastrophe as Jimmy Howard, it’s probably in your best interest […]


David Pastrnak Would’ve Shot The Puck. Bruins Lose.

Autumn in Detroit. The abandoned buildings are changing colors, the Xanax it takes just to walk out the front door has a hint of pumpkin spice, and every day feels like Halloween when your city looks like an episode of Scooby Doo. Nope, those aren’t zombies and skeletons, it’s the Red Wings, a team whose average […]


2. Boston Bruins at Detroit Red Wings. CARON IS BACK!

You can’t keep a good man down. Jordan Caron is back with the Boston Bruins and all is right with the world as I steer the Jordan Caron bandwagon into a massive group of Bruins fans holding pitchforks and torches. Caron was recalled from Providence today but that doesn’t mean he is playing. He could […]


Rask is So Filthy He Gave Us Tuukka Rash. BRUINS WIN!

It’s that wonderful time of year. There’s a slight chill in the October air. The sound of skates scraping on ice fills your ear holes. The Edmonton Oilers begin their annual push for the first overall pick in the draft. The Buffalo Sabres begin their annual quest to do anything of any relevance but inevitably […]


1. Philadelphia Flyers at Boston Bruins. IT! BEGINS!

From the desk of Claude Giroux I… Was… Strollin ’round in Ottawa, My friend, she said, to follow her, I was swigging down some whiskey. I thought I saw a chum, I reached out and plucked his bum, But it turns out my chum was just a cop. The cop, he turned to me, Said […]

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Spooner, Robins, Fraser staying in Boston; Pastrnak to Providence

Some more Bruins player news, starting off with who is and isn’t staying in Boston. First off, who’s staying: This is bittersweet as we’re stoked that Spooner is sticking with the Bs and Fraser has some promise, too. But Robins on the team makes us sad. Nothing like having a 30+ year-old-rookie with slightly more […]

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Matchups with Habs highlight Bruins top priced games of 2014-15

Like any other year in recent history, the Boston Bruins are entering the 2014-15 season with high expectations, and with good reason. The Bruins have finished in the top three in the Eastern Conference standings in each of the past three seasons, and have played in the Stanley Cup Final twice in the past four […]


Johnny Boychuk Photoshop Eulogy—NO! I DON’T WANNA! I DON’T WANNA!

As is customary when the Bruins trade someone we murder Peter Chiarelli in his sleep we here at Days of Y’Orr say goodbye the only way we can: with photoshops. Johnny Boychuk was our second favorite Boston Bruins behind Shawn Thornton. We made no bones about it. If we were teenage girls we would probably […]


The Post Boychuk Defense

Yesterday the Bruins traded away arguably their second best defenseman in Johnny Boychuk, sending him to the New York Islanders for a slew of draft picks. It was an obvious cap dump that now puts the Boston defensive group in a bit of a shamble. Before Boychuk the Bruins had an established number one defenseman […]