Bruins Stanley Cup Champions
The Boston Bruins are ready to put up their Stanley Cup banner Thursday night, but after that the mission is clear: win another championship.
The Boston Bruins open their 2011-12 season Thursday night, and besides raising their Stanley Cup banner, have a fun night planned for fans.
Boston Bruins forward Tyler Seguin joined D.A., Dave Goucher and Bob Beers Wednesday night on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s The Hockey Show, and although the team has yet to raise their Stanley Cup Banner, is ready to turn the page on last season.
Claude Julien enjoyed his day with the Stanley Cup with his family and friends. Mary Blake has this and more in her series, Celebrating With Stanley.
The summer of 2011 was a season of joy for the Boston Bruins family, as players, coaches, and team staff members planned and then held their day with the Stanley Cup.
As the Boston Bruins get ready to begin a new season at the Garden Thursday night, WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Mary Blake takes a look at the team’s 2011 championship win… and the ensuing celebrations.
They do not raise their Stanley Cup banner until Thursday night, but the Boston Bruins will already have their championship rings as they lift their banner to the Garden rafters.
In an effort to make sure his sophomore NHL season is the one that establishes him not just as a regular, but a star, Tyler Seguin has sought out every edge imaginable.
With one week left until the season-opener against Philadelphia, Bruins head coach Claude Julien isn’t ready to anoint goaltender Tim Thomas as his opening-night starter despite last year’s record-breaking season from the veteran puck-stopper.
The 7 D.A.’s of the Bruins continued on Thursday night with a behind the scenes account of the Bruins Championship DVD.