Boston Bruins


The Interview: Cam Neely

The Bruins president and hometown hero dislikes interviews and avoids them at all costs, but that doesn’t stop him from opening up to us about his life on and off the ice after more than 30 years in Boston.

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Bruins Singer Rene Rancourt to Retire at the End of the Season

The twilight’s last gleaming has arrived for Rene Rancourt. The Bruins’ national anthem singer, who has been serenading hockey fans in Boston for more than […]


Bruins Tease Their New Uniforms, and It’s a Bit Underwhelming

If you were hoping the B’s would revert to the days of the Big Bad Bruins—at least sartorially—you might be a bit disappointed. The Bruins are one […]


Report: The Bruins Are Getting New Uniforms

The Bruins have donned the current iteration of their iconic black and gold uniform for the past decade. But changes are reportedly on the way. Citing […]


Jacobs Family Makes Big Donation to Marty Walsh’s Reelection Campaign

As chairman of the National Hockey League’s board of governors, Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs has had many a clash with the players’ union over the years. Now, he’s […]

Home & Property

Former Bruins Star Purchases $4.5 Million Home in Chestnut Hill

Chestnut Hill is already home to one future Hall of Famer in Tom Brady. Soon, it’ll welcome another. Former Bruins star Jarome Iginla has reportedly […]


You Can Own Shawn Thornton’s Skates from His Final NHL Game

Former Bruins enforcer Shawn Thornton played his final NHL game over the weekend with the Florida Panthers, notching an emotional 3-0 win over Boston University alum […]


Where to See the Stanley Cup in Boston Today

Lord Stanley’s in town. With the Bruins returning to playoffs hockey after a two-year absence, the greatest trophy in sports is set to make four stops around […]


Zdeno Chara Slapshot Catches State Trooper Right in the Groin

Though he’s getting up there in years, Bruins captain Zdeno Chara remains the proud owner of one of the most feared slapshots in the National Hockey […]


Claude Julien Named Head Coach of the Montreal Canadiens

In a heel turn worthy of late-90s WWE, Claude Julien has been named head coach of the Montreal Canadiens, exactly one week after the Bruins relieved the […]


Bruins Fire Claude Julien in Most Bruins Way Possible

Given that Claude Julien is the winningest coach in team history, perhaps it’s appropriate the Bruins brass relieved him of his duties in the most […]


Where Celtics and Bruins Players Eat in the North End

Kelly Olynyk Celtics Center/Power Forward “I get something that’s not on the menu at Aria: a seafood platter. It has lobster, grilled calamari, grilled shrimp, […]


Bruins’ Brad Marchand Says All the Right Things on LGBTQ Equality

Bruins winger Brad Marchand earned plaudits last month after he not only shut down a homophobic Twitter troll with gusto, but retweeted a screenshot of the […]


How the TD Garden Grew, By the Numbers

Get the latest score on Boston’s hallowed sports temple.


Bruins Legend Milt Schmidt Dead at 98

Milt Schmidt, legendary Bruins captain and Hockey Hall of Famer, died Wednesday following a recent stroke. He was 98, and the oldest living former NHL […]