Now this is how you cope with losing the Stanley Cup.
The Blackhawks can win the Stanley Cup Monday night in Boston.
Frenzy for the Stanley Cup.
Eleven goals later, it was the Stanley Cup Final game that finally ended, and the Blackhawks tie up the series at 2-2.
The Blackhawks’ offense takes a night off, and the Bruins pull ahead with ease.
Five more games like this, please.
Six more games like this, please.
Through hard times and from the brink of elimination, Boston now looks unbeatable.
Patrice Bergeron will never have to buy a Narragansett in Boston again.
Well, at least he spelled the at-large (UPDATE: in custody) alleged terrorist’s name right.
The Red Sox, Celtics, and Bruins have been outlets for collective emotion since the Boston Marathon bombings, but the city’s teams aren’t above the lockdown.
The first Bruins game in Boston since Monday’s attacks started off with a rousing, emotional display.
I don’t even know where to begin. Everything about it is just…just perfect.
I can’t believe this has to be said.
Back when hockey players didn’t wear helmets, their hair stayed perfectly coiffed.
In a relatively unprecedented move the Boston Bruins’ Stanley Cup winning goaltender announced via Facebook that he will forgo millions and the entirety of the 2012-13 NHL season. God’s will be done.
The beleaguered NHL disciplinarian has endured some controversy with his playoff suspensions. There’s no arguing the actions taken against this gutless hit.
Boston should really look into some glue for those panels.
Granted, the competition is slim and none. Still, pretty funny.
The Obama-snubbing Bruin might need to untangle his feet from his face mask after this phantom shot.
Upon further examination of the Stanley Cup champs’ bar tab, it seems the boys had one hell of a party.
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Oliver Wahlstrom’s shootout attempt in the Boston Bruins “TD Bank Mini 1-on-1” competition scores the best goal in Boston this season.
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