Toucher & Rich’s Best Bruins Moments From The Stanley Cup Run
Thursday the Boston Bruins kicked off their season at home when they raised the 2011 Stanley Cup Championship banner to the rafters at TD Garden.
Toucher & Rich were getting pumped up all week by counting down their five best moments of the Bruins historic run for the Stanley Cup.
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-The number one moment comes from the game 7 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning to reach the Stanley Cup Finals. Adolfo was outside the Garden after the game to talk to all the excited fans.
-The second moment comes from 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Bruins play-by-play announcer Dave Goucher. He helped Toucher & Rich out with a brand new game.
It’s all very simple just guess the movie that Goucher is doing the play-by-play for. Keep in mind as you listen that this is all off the top of his head.
– The third moment comes to us from the premier of the NHL Stanley Cup Champions 2011: Boston Bruins DVD. Rich was was able to catch up with Brad Marchand, and get the fan-favorite to help out with a new game.
Marchand showed off another one of his talents, becoming ‘Rad’ Marchand as he sang some hits from the 80’s.
Your job here is to guess the artist of the song ‘Rad’ Marchand is “singing.”
– The number four moment is from the Bruins Stanley Cup parade that took the players through the streets of Boston on Duck Boats with the Cup.
Adolfo found a fan and played the first ever “Boston Bruins: Ask A Pink Hat.” Does this fan know what position her favorite player plays? Can they name the the coach?
We all know the answer is no, but the answers are what keeps us asking?
– The number five moment on the list takes us back to the game after the Bruins tied the Stanley Cup final series 2-2. There was talk of wizardry, fireworks, and Roberto Luongo (or as Adolfo say Longo).
All of that, and a fan explains why the Sedin twins are so creepy.
98.5 The Sports Hub is the only place to hear every game of the Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins 2011-12 NHL season with Dave Goucher and Bob Beers.