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Entries in Boston Bruins (9)


A Suggestion

Zac Rinaldo, stop it.

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#123 Lift The Cup

Congrats to the Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. We'll run down the finals as well as the rest of the season. Also, we run through each champion in the minor leagues and the changes coming for franchises.

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The 2012-13 Season Didn't Entirely Suck

I should have known it was a sign. Working at a gas station, listening to game 6 on the radio, I should have known.

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#121 Asleep At A Bar

We're back from our ill-timed hiatus in time to talk about the Stanley Cup Final with the Bruins writer for Hockeybuzz, Ty Anderson. We break down the series as well as discuss what the hell we've been up to for the past month.

 Ty can be found on twitter, and his Bruins work is here on Hockeybuzz. Ty also writes for the New York Hockey Journal.

Music Featured This Week:

Intro was by Trash Talk

Manifest Decimation by Power Trip

You Will Be Free by The Thermals

Night Shift At The Potato Factory by Modern Life Is War


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2013 Stanley Cup Anti-Previews: Round 3: 7 games closer to summer sadness

Generally speaking I've found most of this year's playoffs to be kind of dull. There was some good drama in the first round with a few near upsets and emotional and mental regression of the Montreal Canadiens, but even those few scraps were wont to be found in the second round. If Bettman had just handed off the Stanley Cup to the Blackhawks after they came from behind and spit on the Wings' grave, I don't think anyone would've complained. Well, Bruins fans would've complained and Bettman would've been forced to give them a second Cup and maybe a CD of Dropkick Murphys B-sides. Wrapping it up: the conference finals begin on Saturday and the Kings and Hawks get to play back-to-backs because the NHL isn't going to waste a weekend and screw the Western Conference teams. It isn't as if getting from Los Angeles to Chicago on a Saturday night is a difficult thing to accomplish.

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