Tuesday, January 8, 2013
There's going to be NHL hockey this season after all. Are you excited to watch some games or could you care less?
The National Hockey League lockout tentatively came to an end over the weekend, which means that before long we'll be seeing Boston Bruins action and beyond that, Stanley Cup playoffs. In the past 21 years, the NHL has seen four strikes or lockouts that disrupted all or parts of a season. Some may say that at least in the case of this particular league, it feels like there's been even more of them. Two years ago, Boston fans were anticipating their first Stanley Cup season in over three decades. More recently, the idled team has been something of an afterthought in a city that also has the Patriots, Red Sox and Celtics. Yes, many of us love the Bruins. We take pride in their Original Six status and the heroes of seasons past. But the NHL…
Thursday, December 1, 2011
About a dozen Wayland students headed to TD Garden for a night with the Bruins as part of a TD Bank promotion
TD Bank reached out to a few local charities and organizations asking them to nominate kids for a chance to see the Boston Bruins on the ice. The submitted photo was taken the night the group headed to TD Gardent to see the Stanley Cup champions in action.
Monday, June 20, 2011
Despite violence in Vancouver earlier in the week, Boston's parade was calm and celebratory.
The city hosted a Rolling Rally for the Stanley Cup champion Bruins on Saturday, with duck boats holding the players and Lord Staney's Cup traveling through the packed streets of Boston. Did you venture into the city for the parade? Send us your photos (email@example.com) or upload them directly to this article.
Friday, June 17, 2011
The parade is Saturday at 11 a.m., from the TD Garden to Copley Square.
Time to rally! Boston will officially welcome home the Bruins, and the Stanley Cup, with a victory parade on Saturday at 11 a.m., starting at the TD Garden and ending in Copley Square. As in the past, the rolling rally will feature duck boats carrying players, coaches, family and friends. “It is truly a great time to be a Boston sports fan,” Mayor Thomas Menino said in a release announcing the parade. “Finally, after 39 years, the Stanley Cup is coming home to Boston where it belongs. Through their hard work and dedication, this team embodies what our proud city stands for. We love our Bruins and want to show our appreciation for their hard-earned victory with a parade this Saturday. Let’s have fun and celebrate their impressive …
Thursday, June 16, 2011
A roundup of the region's news and events for Thursday, June 16.
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