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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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, […]

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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 […]

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How the TD Garden Grew, By the Numbers

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

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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 […]

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Dunkin’ Donuts Signs Deal with NHL, Becomes League’s Official Coffee

Dunkin’ Donuts has inked a multi-year partnership deal with the National Hockey League, making the Canton-based coffee giant the official coffee, doughnut, and breakfast sandwich of […]

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New at TD Garden This Season: Cheetos, Doritos, and Legal Sea Foods

You could feast on prime cuts of Savenor’s Meats during a game at Fenway Park this year, but during the Celtics home opener tonight, the choices are decidedly cheesier. Or, Cheetos-ier. […]

Arts & Entertainment

Will from Stranger Things Cheered on the Bruins in Boston

Will from Stranger Things took a break from fighting off monsters in the Upside Down to cheer for the Bruins at the TD Garden on […]

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The Bruins Have the Most Loathed Management in Boston

It’s been two years since the Bruins have made the playoffs, and five years since the halcyon days of duck boats and Peverley pizza parties. […]

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An Important Reminder That New Bruins Center David Backes Really Loves Dogs

The Bruins jumped into Friday’s free agency frenzy and signed St. Louis Blues center David Backes to a five-year deal worth $30 million. Is the […]

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Man Carves Giant New England Sports Championship Tree Sculpture

All of us have our passions. Our hobbies. The things that bring us that certain joie de vivre. Some people like art. Some people love […]