Author: OwenSixteen016

Big Boy Win.

The Boston Bruins welcomed the surging Tampa Bay Lightning last night, and came away with a resounding 4-1 victory. The Bolts came in having won 9 games in a row. They already post a whopping 102 points. The Bruins are the next best Eastern Conference team with 85. Didn’t matter on this night, as the

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Let’s See What They’re Made Of.

Two nights ago the Boston Bruins dismantled the San Jose Sharks, 4-1 at TD Garden. The game featured sexy goals, big hits, and plenty of bad blood. The Bruins first game back from a lengthy road trip brought plenty of emotion, especially from the Captain. 41 year old Captain, Zdeno Chara, and San Jose Shark

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Not Good Enough.

2nd round pick in 2019 and fourth-round pick in 2020 for Marcus Johansson, who moves from NJ to BOS, as @JoeyMacHockey first reported. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) February 25, 2019 With regular 60 point scorer, Mark Stone on the move to the Vegas Golden Knights, the Boston Bruins laid another Trade Deadline egg yesterday afternoon.

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Bruins Aquire Center, Charlie Coyle from Minnesota.

#NHLBruins acquire Charlie Coyle from @mnwild in exchange for Ryan Donato and a 2019 conditional 5th-round draft pick: https://t.co/nZtMVMXQyw pic.twitter.com/UItmbpDsca — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) February 21, 2019 In the midst of a Six game winning streak, the Boston Bruins added depth to their lineup by trading for Minnesota Wild Center, Charlie Coyle. In return, Minnesota

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Can’t Sit On Their Hands.

We’re past the halfway point in the 2019 NHL Regular Season, and the Boston Bruins rest in 3rd place in the Atlantic Division. Despite major injury issues at the beginning of the Season, Bruce Cassidy’s bunch has once again kept the ship afloat. That tells you that the Bruins are kind of good this year,

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Cleveland Browns Coaching Decision and 2018 Season Review.

Well it’s Super Bowl Week, and in a stunning a turn of events, the Browns have already been eliminated.  That leaves the Rams and Patriots standing in Atlanta.  Sadly the Browns were eliminated quite some time ago.  Week 16 to be exact.  In Week 17 there was still hope of finishing the 2018 season with

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Hammer Time!

This past Sunday the Cleveland Browns pulled the curtain on their home schedule, with a 26-18 beating of the hapless Cincinnati Bengals.  It was the first game I have ever watched where nearly every Offensive play the Browns ran…worked.  Everything was clicking.  The win on Sunday brings the Browns to 7-7-1 on the year.  Sadly,

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