Do or Die, The Bruins Trail The Caps 3-2 with Series Heading Back To Washington Tomorrow

By Ryan Whitfield     This time tomorrow the Bruins season could be over. They have backed themselves into back to back must win games now after dropping Game 5 at the Garden this afternoon. After battling back from a 2-0 and 3-2 deficits the Bruins gave up a goal on a power play after a … Continue reading

Kelly Slays The Cap’s in OT, Bruins lead series 1-0

By Ryan Whitfield     What a way to start off the post season. It feels like last year all over again. You have to tip your cap to Holtby and the Caps. They really brought it tonight and played a great game. In fact I think they played the best they could, and it … Continue reading

Bruins Vs. Capitals Matchup is Set, Puck Drops Thursday

By Ryan Whitfield       In the dwindling moments of the 2012 season Washington surged to steal the 7 seed from the Sens. What this means is the B’s will now face the Caps (3-1-0 against the Bruins this year) instead of the Senators who the bruins were 5-1-0 against. Though the regular season … Continue reading

Top 10 Tuesday: Top 10 Reasons The Boston Bruins Will Repeat

By Victor Olowojoba Follow On Twitter: @rescuemusicent Every Tuesday Rescue Music Entertainment is going to talk about interesting topics and occurences in music, sports, etc and list ten things that correspond with the topic. We are going to call it Top Ten Tuesdays. For our first post we are going to talk about the Stanley … Continue reading

2011 NHL Draft Recap

By: Victor Olowojoba The first round of the 2011 NHL Draft was held last night in St. Paul, Minnesota where all 30 teams took chances trying to find players that someday could help their franchise win Lord Stanley’s Cup. This past year in Hockey has been one of the more exciting seasons as we saw … Continue reading

Bruins Carry The Cup Throughout Boston

By Ryan Whitfield This was just an insane week to be a Bruins Fan. We celebrated, they rioted, we got the cup, and they have golf. We have more titles in ten years than any other major city that has 4 sports teams. Its unreal. So if you went to the parade I hope you … Continue reading

The Bruins Bring Lord Stanley Home

By Ryan Whitfield To cap off my first years a bruins writer with a Stanley Cup Game 7 victory is more than I could have asked for. Sure I just watch the games on TV and blog but it has been a blast. Last night I watched the game in the North End and then … Continue reading

Bruins Force Game 7, One Game Will Decide it All

By Ryan Whitfield It’s like Dr Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde this series. At Home the Bruin’s have beaten down Van 17-3. In Vancouver we have lost 5-2. And now we head back to Canada for a decisive Game 7. And as I’ve tried to do this post season I am staying positive, the Bruins will … Continue reading

Bruins Even Tie Up Finals at 2-2

By Ryan Whitfield The B’s have stolen this series back. As I said in an earlier column Lungo is a choke artist and the last two games proved me right. The man is crumbling. The Canucks came out like smaller bullies poking the beast. You never wake a sleeping Giant, look what happened in World … Continue reading

The Bruins Back in The Series

By Ryan Whitfield You know I was one of the people last night who hated that Seguin would be sat for Thorton. Boy was I wrong. Thorton brought the fire, he drew a huge penalty, he cleared out space down low, and he let know Vancouver that this was now an all out war. And … Continue reading