Eagles Stars Shine Brighter vs UMass

Chestnut Hill, MA – Boston College and Jack McBain picked up where they left off nine months ago when COVID-19 abruptly shutdown NCAA Ice Hockey. McBain’s two-goal night, coupled with 30 saves by goalie Spencer Knight powered the # 2 ranked Eagles past # 7 University of Massachusetts Minutemen 4-3 at Conte Forum. Michael Hardman and Matt Boldy (GWG) each added a tally to outpace the Minutemen. Freshman Josh…… Continue reading Eagles Stars Shine Brighter vs UMass

Holy Cross Settles Up Against LIU

Worcester, MA- Three days after becoming the answer to a Long Island University trivia question, Holy Cross exacted a bit of revenge by handing the Sharks their first loss. Junior forward Anthony Vincent’s two goals book-ended the game as classmate Erik Gordon turned back 17 of 19 shots to lead the Crusaders to a 5-2…… Continue reading Holy Cross Settles Up Against LIU

LIU Edges Holy Cross in OT for School’s 1st Win

Worcester, MA – Welcome to NCAA College Hockey Long Island University. The Sharks kicked off their inaugural season with a 3-2 over-time victory against Holy Cross on Thursday night. Senior forward Christian Rajic, a transfer student from Alabama-Huntsville, beat sophomore goalie Matt Radomsky on a breakaway bid at 3:20 to kick off a frenzied celebration in the Crusaders zone. Not a bad beginning to a program that…… Continue reading LIU Edges Holy Cross in OT for School’s 1st Win

Boston Advances Past Carolina

Perennial playoff heroes aren’t easy to come by and the Boston Bruins are fortunate to have a few of them. Once again the Bruins were powered by veteran centers David Krejci and Patrice Bergeron, as Boston closed out the Carolina Hurricanes 2-1 in game 5. Carolina came out surging to open the game knowing it…… Continue reading Boston Advances Past Carolina

DeBrusk, Bruins Dominate 3rd Period

Trailing by two going into the final 20 minutes of play wasn’t enough to deter the Boston Bruins, who scored four goals in less than six minutes to take a commanding 3-1 series led over the Carolina Hurricanes. Jake DeBrusk scored two of the goals, the first of which gave the Bruins life. The second…… Continue reading DeBrusk, Bruins Dominate 3rd Period

Boston Pulls Ahead As Rask Pulls Up Stakes

Just about an hour and a half before the start of game three between the Carolina Hurricanes and Boston Bruins, Boston announced that starting goaltender Tuukka Rask had opted out of the NHL bubble in Toronto. That news didn’t deter his teammates as back-up Jaroslav Halak stopped 29 shots en route to a 3-1 win that gave the Bruins a 2-1 edge in…… Continue reading Boston Pulls Ahead As Rask Pulls Up Stakes

Bergeron Wins Game One in Double OT

The Carolina Hurricanes and Boston Bruins renewed NHL Playoff acquaintances in Toronto on Wednesday morning in typical 2020 fashion. It took a Patrice Bergeron snap-shot at 1:13 of the second overtime to break the 3-3 deadlock. Bergeron buried a David Pastrnak pass past Hurricanes goalie Petr Mrazek giving the Bruins a 1-0 series lead. Bergeron’s goal, his first of the 2020 playoffs, set a club…… Continue reading Bergeron Wins Game One in Double OT

Bruins GM Ready to Resume 2019-20 Season

Four months after shutting down the 2019-20 NHL season due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Boston Bruins are set to open training camp Monday at Warrior Arena to resume the season. Bruins GM Don Sweeney met with the media on Sunday via ZOOM call to discuss the team’s return to the ice. Sweeney touched on…… Continue reading Bruins GM Ready to Resume 2019-20 Season

Carlo Keeping Life In Perspective

Reading, MA — In their ongoing effort to keep players and media connected during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Boston Bruins held another Zoom Meeting for members of the press on Monday. This time defenseman Brandon Carlo was made available from his home in Denver, CO. The 23-year-old Carlo held court for just over 15 minutes. Carlo spoke about his recovery from injury,…… Continue reading Carlo Keeping Life In Perspective

Krug Zooms Into Focus During NHL Shutdown

Reading, MA — Boston Bruins defenseman Torey Krug joined members of the media for a Zoom session today. The 28-year-old Michigan native touched on a wide range of topics during his 25 minutes of press availability. Krug is back in his home state staying with his in-laws for the time being trying to stay sharp while social-distancing.  The unexpected stoppage…… Continue reading Krug Zooms Into Focus During NHL Shutdown