|Nathan Horton scores twice as Bruins beat Lightning||02.21.13 at 10:06 pm ET|
The Bruins beat the Lightning, 4-2, Thursday night in Tampa thanks to a two-goal performance from Nathan Horton.
The B’s jumped out to a 2-0 lead thanks to first-period goals from Horton and Patrice Bergeron. Steven Stamkos got the Lightning on the board at 8:13 of the first, with rookie Cory Conacher tying it up in the second with his sixth goal of the season. The B’s retook the lead at 13:58 of the second on Brad Marchand’s team-leading ninth goal of the season. Horton made it 4-2 2:33 into the the third.
Marchand and Bergeron also had multi-point nights thanks to assists on one another’s goals, with Dougie Hamilton turning in a pair of assists as well. Marchand’s assist was just his second of the season, though he now has nine goals in 13 games played.
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|Bruins chat at Tuesday at noon||02.19.13 at 12:18 am ET|
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|Report: Bruins to open season at home against Rangers on Jan. 19||01.09.13 at 8:18 pm ET|
According to the Boston Globe, which cited a team source, the Bruins have been told by the NHL that they will open their 48-game regular season schedule on January 19 at TD Garden against the New York Rangers, with a 7 p.m. start likely. The report suggests that, with the Celtics on the road until January 24, the Bruins might end up with a multi-game homestand to start the season, noting the possibility that the Toronto Maple Leafs could come to Boston on January 21 — a date that had been part of the original NHL season schedule.
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|Video: Derek Sanderson discusses his wild life and his new book||12.05.12 at 4:17 pm ET|
Bruins great Derek Sanderson recently joined The Big Show’s Glenn Ordway and Michael Holley in studio to chat about his new book, “Crossing the Line,” his relationship with Bobby Orr, and the state of the Bruins and NHL:
|Tim Thomas: ‘I stand with Chick-fil-A’||07.26.12 at 5:33 pm ET|
Tim Thomas loves him some Facebook, and the owners of Chick-Fil-A love them some homophobia. Thomas, the master of using social network to ruffle feathers, weighed in on the Cathy family, which owns Chick-fil-A and opposes gay marriage, Thursday.
I stand with Chick-fil-A.
Chick-fil-A is privately owned by the Cathy family. The company president, Dan Cathy, drew the wrath of gay rights advocates and supporters when he made recent statements that some have alleged are anti-gay.
Cathy told Baptist Press that the company was unapologetically in favor of traditional marriage.
‘Guilty as charged,’ he said. ‘We are very much supportive of the family ‘ the biblical definition of the family unit. We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives. We give God thanks for that.’
In a separate interview on the Ken Coleman Show ‘ Cathy suggested that the nation could face God’s wrath over the redefinition of marriage.
‘I think we are inviting God’s judgment on our nation when we shake our fist at him and say, ‘We know better than you as to what constitutes a marriage,’’ Cathy said. ‘I pray God’s mercy on our generation that has such a prideful, arrogant attitude to think that we would have the audacity to try to redefine what marriage is all about.’