Boston Bruins: Last Skate Of The Day, April 14, 2014


Apr 5, 2014; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Bruins center

David Krejci

(46) celebrates with teammates after scoring a goal during the first period against the Philadelphia Flyers at TD Banknorth Garden. Mandatory Credit: Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports

The Final Episode of the Boston Bruins “Behind The B” show aired tonight. This show has been a fantastic way to see the boys of the Black and Gold in a whole new way. The team, their families, and members of the Bruins organization have let us into their lives (some of them on a very personal level). All I can say is thank you very much to the Bruins organization for allowing regular joes like me to see what my favorite team in all of professional sports does when they’re not being the best team in the NHL (Boston Bruins).

Pierre McGuire takes a little time from his unhealthy obsession with Sidney Crosby to talk to the Detroit Red Wings. He talks to the Red Wings and ponders how much of a spoiler Detroit could be to the Black and Gold. I disagree, but here the whole thing here. (Detroit Red Wings)

The Bruins and the Detroit Red Wings will not be your average first seed verses eighth. They are a fast and skilled team, and their injured players are coming back into the game. The Black and Gold will need to be careful and play to their strengths in order not to be the first upset of the playoffs. (Causeway Crowd)

We’ve got a pretty good idea on what we think of the Red Wings, so I thought it was only fair to show you what people in Detroit and the Red Wings themselves think about the Boston Bruins. While we disagree on hockey, the majority of Wings fans know the sport, and respect the Bruins and the fan base. (What a nice change from having any conversation with a Habs fan (French or English). (The Detroit News)

Joe Haggerty grades all the members of the Bruins organization on how well they have performed during the 2013-14 season. Some of the Black and Gold have earned their A’s this season. Some have put forth a solid B, some have been regarded as C’s, and their are a few Bruins who will probably need their parent or guardian to have a conference with Haggerty in the near future. (CSNNE)