As everyone knows, the Boston Bruins are one of the original six franchises for the National Hockey League. This year, the Bruins are celebrating their 90th year on the ice with a new patch on their jerseys. A history of strange and awesome patches are just one of the many traditions the B’s have had over the years, and this article goes through a quick history of some of the best. [Via NESN].
Who says sibling rivalry has to end just because your brother plays for the Bruins? Jarome Iginla allowed Carlyn Switaj and the Bear Tracks team a little look into his off season workout routine. Jarome Iginla and his younger brother Stephen went through the paces of a workout and proved that while there is plenty of brotherly love, sibling rivalry is one of the things that rarely goes away. [Via Boston Bruins website].
It’s been about a month since the Bruins made that fateful trade that shipped over Rich Peverley and problem child Tyler Seguin to the Dallas Stars. In the end we got Loui Eriksson and a bunch of potential in return. I agree (barring injuries) that the Bruins will have won in the short term in this deal. Adam Kaufman breaks the whole thing down for us, and what this will mean for the Bruins in the long run [via Boston.com]
We’re not the only team going through a grieving process in the NHL. Our friends over at the Ottawa Senators site SenShot, are still recovering from the “Alfiegeddon”. With Alfredsson now a part of the the Detroit Red Wings, the staff looks back on the player the love and what’s to come for the Senators in the future. [Fan Sided's SenShot]