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If a Pittsburgh Bar Is Banning Sam Adams, Boston Should Ban Emoticons and Ketchup

When a sports rivalry gets real intense, competing cities start to act out in an effort to honor their respective home team. Take, for example, […]

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Jack Edwards Had the Best Reaction to the Bruins Win

Everyone was excited to see the Bruins pull off an unthinkable come-back to win Game 7 against the Maple Leafs Monday night (Well, okay, Toronto […]

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We Take No Delight In Showing You These Despairing Toronto Fans

Honestly, we thought our hunt for images of despondent Toronto fans would be more fun than this. We saw photos like this one: “@pang: Toronto […]

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Your Politicians Aren’t Just Some Fair-Weather Bruins Fans, Okay?

Boston’s elected officials and candidates would like you to know that they had a great time watching the Bruins stunning win last night, thank you […]

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Rene Rancourt Got a Little Help with the Bruins National Anthem

Rene Rancourt has been singing the Bruins National Anthem for nearly four decades, but at Wednesday night’s Bruins game, the first since the Boston Marathon […]

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Welcome to Boston, Jaromir Jagr

“I have two Stanley Cup rings. I don’t need more rings. I just need money and beaches and girls.” Jaromir Jagr, who the Bruins acquired […]

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How Jeff Green Saved An Awful Night for Boston Sports Fans

It’s a sad day for Bruins fans. The trade that was supposed to send six-time NHL All-Star Jarome Iginla to Boston reportedly fell through early […]

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Bruins Fan Gets An Unidentified Flying Object In His Beer

During Monday night’s win over the Maple Leafs, Bruins assistant coach Geoff Ward tossed something—it looked like an ear piece—over his head. Whatever the thing […]

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Trouble in Wellington for Jeremy Jacobs

For a quarter-century, Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs ruled the clubby equestrian scene in Wellington, Florida. Then a brash Boston entrepreneur named Mark Bellissimo appeared on the scene. Now the two men have declared war on each other—and the fate of the town hangs in the balance.

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Are the Bruins a Bunch of Hypocrites?

After the Canadiens beat the Bruins on Sunday night, Boston coach Claude Julien went off on Montreal’s fondness for, well, acting. “This is embarrassing for […]

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Are These the Ugliest Uniforms of All Time?

On Thursday, Adidas revealed a new series of college basketball uniforms. The Internet’s reaction to the neon-colored, Zubaz-like monstrosities, which will be worn by Baylor, […]

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The Unabashed Home Team Love of NESN’s Jack Edwards

Like Tommy Heinsohn and Johnny Most before him, NESN’s Jack Edwards is a homer. He doesn’t hide the fact that he loves the Bruins, and […]

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The Bruins Are Sorry They Took So Long

The NHL lockout is over, but before the pucks officially drop, a whole bunch of the Bruins would like to say sorry. “We have to […]

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Derek Sanderson Didn't Always Smoke and Pray at the Same Time

To write a truly complete autobiography, Derek Sanderson probably would’ve needed 5,000 pages. Among other things, the mustached former Boston Bruin, now 66, won Stanley […]

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Boston's Teams Know How to Spend Their Dollar (Except the Red Sox)

Moneyball image via Yahoo! According to a new study, Boston’s sports teams are some of the most efficient spenders in professional sports, so let’s just […]