Posted on 29 Oct 2010 by Jim Mulligan.
Whenever you have five NHL Hall of Famers in the building, it's always a good time when you respond. Having said that, the Bruins honored a lifelong Bruin tonight. Milt Schmidt signed his first professional contract seventy five years ago and with the exception on World War II – he's never left Boston. Bruin TV color man, Andy Brickley, co-hosted the ceremony along with President Cam Ne...
Posted on 13 Oct 2010 by Travis Currie.
At the age of 40, after playing 1,459 games and amassing 1,359 points from his first regular season game in 1989 to his last game as a Star this past spring, Mike Modano will be hitting the Dallas ice as a Detroit Red Wing on Thursday night. It's strange enough seeing him wear the red and white winged wheel against other teams, but now he'll be doing it against the Stars and infront of what s...
Posted on 14 Dec 2009 by Jim Mulligan.
Fenway first skate this Friday morning. Bruins greats – Bobby, Ray & Cam will be leading a group for past Bruins onto the ice at Fenway Park for the first scheduled skate on the new sheet of ice. Before that, we have the Flyers here in town tonight. Looks like Tim Thomas is up against Bobby Boucher between the pipes. Starting lineups to come.
Posted on 2 Apr 2009 by Jim Mulligan.
Per the Boston Globe… Longtime Bruin, Ray Bourque, lost his father Raymond Sr. to a short bout with lung cancer yesterday. The elder Bourque had battled the disease for 3 months. My thoughts and prayers are with Ray and the entire Bourque family on this very difficult time. Jim