Waking up this morning after watching the Chicago Blackhawks score two goals in 17 seconds to defeat the Boston Bruins and win their second Stanley Cup in four season felt exactly like waking up as a kid on Christmas morning.
For the first time since 1979, two Original Six teams will face each other in the historic Stanley Cup finals. The Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks aren’t rivals and don’t have much of a playoff history, but both are playing their best hockey since the beginning of the postseason, offering a chance for a memorable […]
Sports are a beautiful creation. What else could make a rather mundane Monday in May as exciting as it turned out to be? From Boston to Cleveland to Oklahoma City, the excitement and heartbreak was rampant. Fans in three cities were delighted on Thursday, while others were left heartbroken.
Crooner Rene Rancourt has been singing the American and Canadian national anthems at Boston Bruins games for decades. Last night, before the first Bruins game at Boston’s TD Garden since Monday’s tragedy at the Boston Marathon, Rancourt sang the first line of the “Star-Spangled Banner” then let the sell-out crowd do the rest.
On Sunday, Tim Thomas announced his intentions on not playing the 2012-13 NHL season, noting that he plans on focusing on the three F’s, friends, family, and faith. Thomas closed his announcement keeping the door open to a possible return by saying, “We’ll see…God’s will be done.”
Thomas also added that he intends on continuing to ‘train using the ARP/POV System and using G-Form in the development of protective equipment’.
Nice to work those plugs in the middle of all that Timmy…