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A New Map Shows Basically the Whole Country Hates the Bruins

  New England sports fans are not exactly known for giving a rat’s ass what the rest of the country thinks of our teams, so […]

City Life

NHL Is Holding a Hearing on That Brutal Hit on Matt Grzelcyk

We all saw it: In the heat of the first period Wednesday night, the St. Louis Blues’ Oskar Sundqvist smashed right the hell into the back of Bruins’ Matt […]

City Life

In a Bruins Hype Video, Tom Brady Says “We Are Made for This”

The Bruins are off to a victorious start in their quest for the Stanley Cup right now, and credit for that accomplishment of course goes to […]

City Life

The Arthur Fiedler Statue Got a Bruins Helmet

With the Stanley Cup finals now in full swing, the entire city is showing its black and gold. Even the Arthur Fiedler statue, built to […]

City Life

A Giant Stanley Cup Watch Party Is Going Down at City Hall Plaza on Monday

Don’t worry if you didn’t score a ticket to the Garden to see the Bruins at Monday’s Stanley Cup Game 1. You can still watch the game […]

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Fans Can Watch the Boston Bruins Scrimmage Before the Stanley Cup

Almost a week after sweeping the Carolina Hurricanes, the Bruins finally have their Stanley Cup matchup: the St. Louis Blues. But with a 10-day break […]

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The Boston Bruins Are Headed to the Stanley Cup

As if Boston hasn’t won enough this year, it’s time for another championship series. The Bruins swept the Carolina Hurricanes Thursday night to punch their […]

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Justin Bieber Was Spotted at the Bruins/Maple Leafs Game

Fans at TD Garden last night got a double treat: a Bruins win that sent them to the Stanley Cup quarterfinals, and a juicy celebrity […]

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Bruins Legend Ray Bourque Apologizes for Crossing Stop & Shop Picket Line

Bruins legend and Hall of Famer Ray Bourque spent a lifetime skating over the red and blue lines on the ice. But he had to […]

City Life

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 […]

City Life

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 […]

City Life

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 […]

City Life

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 […]