Hockey’s finally here everyone! After a lockout, a compressed season, and a heartbreak in the Stanley Cup Finals, the Boston Bruins will be skating on home ice in order to again win the Eastern Conference and bring the Stanley Cup back to Boston. While we wait for our own bliss to arrive, here’s a look of what’s going on around the NHL.
Hybrid Icing has been approved by the NHL players union. So, if you didn’t like it in the preseason, get ready to hunker down and loathe it during the 2013-14 season.
With the final roster for the Boston Bruins resolved, it was time to take the Bruins, old and new up for some ‘Bruins bonding’ time in Vermont. Joe Haggery (@HackswithHaggs) from CSNNE.com talks about where the Bruins went, and what they’ll be doing to help them get to know each other in time for the start of the regular season.
Las Vegas is chiming in again with the latest series of odds for each NHL team to win the Stanley Cup this year. This time around, the Bruins have slipped a little. They are listed as 9-1 odds of winning it all and bringing the Stanley Cup back to Boston. Want to see who the favorite is?
A lot of people have predicted that the Boston Bruins will likely win the Atlantic Division this year. The retooled Bruins line should be able to handle any sort of firepower Detroit or the healthy Ottawa Senators can throw at them. Here’s a preview of what’s cooking in the division.
Here’s a quick look at all the NHL games that will be televised in the next few days, courtesy of our sister station Too Many Men on the Site.