Roche: Bruins Set To Be Honored At White HouseDan Roche is down in the nation's capital as the Boston Bruins are set to be honored at The White House for their 2011 Stanley Cup Championship.
Hnidy On Canucks: 'They Frustrate Teams'The Winnipeg Jets are next up for the Bruins tonight at the Garden and Shane Hnidy is in town covering the game for Winnipeg radio. Hnidy spoke with Toucher & Rich about the suspension of Marchand, the Vancouver game on Saturday and the Winnipeg Jets.
Shane Hnidy On Bruins: As Good, If Not Better Than Last YearFormer Bruin and current color analyst for the Winnipeg Jets, Shane Hnidy joined Toucher & Rich to discuss the Jets, the NHL's realignment plan and this year's Bruins team.
After Emotional Ceremony, B's 'Could Have Been Better'The final piece to the 2011 Stanley Cup Championship puzzle is in place for the Boston Bruins, and now they are moving on to their new season.
Bruins Stanley Cup World TourThe Boston Bruins players will get their individual days with the Stanley Cup starting next week.
Bruins Letting Kaberle, Ryder Hit Free AgencyThe Boston Bruins are letting Tomas Kaberle and Michael Ryder test the free agent waters, but GM Peter Chiarelli says that does not mean they are necessarily done in Boston.
Bruins Hnidy Ready If He Gets Call In Game 3With Adam McQuaid day-to-day with a strained neck, there is a good chance the Bruins will go with veteran defenseman Shane Hnidy in Game 3 against the Flyers on Wednesday night.
Toucher & Rich: Peter Chiarelli: Is The Team More Confident This Year?Toucher & Rich spoke with Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli about eliminating the Montreal Canadiens and the performance of the team against the Philadelphia Flyers in this series so far.
Toucher & Rich: Peter Chiarelli: Will Seguin Suit Up For Playoffs?Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli spoke with Toucher & Rich about his thoughts on this team as the playoffs approach, will Tyler Seguin take the ice in the playoffs and how has Marc Savard been feeling?
Bruins Sign "Sheriff" Shane HnidyThe Bruins signed free agent defenseman Shane Hnidy to a one-year deal on Saturday.
'Sheriff' Returning To Bruins?According to the Bruins' team website, defenseman Shane Hnidy has joined the team in Vancouver on a tryout basis. He will practice with the team, and get a shot at joining the Bruins for the rest of the season.