Dave Goucher spoke with Toucher & Rich about being part of the parade, what’s next for him now that the season is over and what players are potential unrestricted free agents?
Marc Savard was not able to be in Vancouver when the Boston Bruins won their first Stanley Cup in 39 years, but he is in town for the Championship parade on Saturday.
In the last decade, duck boats have carried seven championship teams on a Rolling Rally through the city of Boston. Now it’s the Bruins turn.
Injured Bruins center Marc Savard will be at the Stanley Cup parade on Saturday, Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli said Friday.
Adam Proteau from The Hockey News spoke with Toucher & Rich about the Bruins winning The Stanley Cup and Tim Thomas’ performance in the playoffs.
Dan Roche says to just simply enjoy Game 7 for what it is and what should be a fantastic conclusion to what has been a helluva ride.
Although David Krejci is the NHL’s leading playoff scorer and the Bruins’ first-line center as they play for the Stanley Cup, he can still walk around Boston pretty much unnoticed.
The Boston Bruins are not expecting Nathan Horton to be at the TD Garden for Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals, but he will not be forgotten.
In his latest installment of “ChipsFrom The Rough” 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Hardy examines the connection between hockey players and golf.
Marc Savard got to watch Game 2 of the Bruins-Lightning Eastern Conference Finals alongside teammate Patrice Bergeron Tuesday night, but it is still uncertain when, or if, Savard will return.