|Seguin, Horton toss out first pitches||06.29.10 at 9:19 pm ET|
BOSTON — Wrapping up the third and final stop of Tyler Seguin and Nathan Horton’s introductory tour of Boston, the two new Bruins threw out ceremonial first pitches prior the Rays/Red Sox game Tuesday night. Click here for the slideshow or click the picture below for more.
|Photo slideshow: Seguin and Horton’s Introduction||06.29.10 at 2:02 pm ET|
|Video: A look at the Bruins draft party||06.28.10 at 8:34 am ET|
WEEI.com’s Jerry Thornton visits the Boston Bruins draft party to get a feel for the atmosphere and excitement surrounding the event.
|Bruins will meet Buffalo in first round||04.11.10 at 7:49 pm ET|
In the wake of New Jersey’s last-second win over Buffalo Sunday afternoon, the sixth-seeded Bruins will face the No. 3 seeded Sabres in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs, with the best-of-seven series expected to begin either Wednesday or Thursday at the HSBC Arena in Buffalo. The Bruins finished the regular season with a shootout win over the Capitals on Sunday, leaving them with 91 points and the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference.
|Neely: ‘I was disappointed’||03.20.10 at 10:20 am ET|
Appearing on The Big Show, Bruins vice president Cam Neely relayed his frustration regarding his team, coming right out of the gate by answering Glenn Ordway’s inquiry as to how he was doing by saying, “I’ve been better. … I was disappointed last night.”
Asked what went wrong in in the B’s 3-0 loss to Pittsburgh, Neely said, “I’ve been trying to figure that out all year, Glenn, to be honest with you. It’s been very, very disappointing just to see the way our team has performed with that lack of emotion, if you will. It’s something we try to instill here. I’ve said this for years, I said this when I played, I said this after I played, people expect their athletes to compete and show that they care, and if they don’t win they’re OK with that as long as they compete, show that they care and work hard. I’ve heard it too many times this year and I don’t blame our fans for complaining they don’t see that compete or passion that they want to see.”
Neely went to to say that one aspect of this season’s Bruins team that caught management off guard was the “loss of leadership and character in the locker room. … We honestly didn’t think it would be as big an issue as it turned out to be.” He pointed to the absence of players such as P.J. Axelsson as one of the biggest differences in this edition compared to last season.
As for the Bruins’ loss to Pittsburgh, Neely refused to buy into the notion that the flu some of the players were reportedly suffering from made a difference. “We just didn’t play with the type of passion that’s expected,” he said. “That’s what’s frustrating for me. … After the two-minute mark it was business as usual, as it has been. That’s what was frustrating for a lot of people and I don’t blame them for being frustrated.”
Neely said that he didn’t think Milan Lucic was fully recovered from his high ankle sprain, but that he also has to realize that his “bread and butter” is being physical. “That’s how he’s going to be successful in this league,” Neely said.
To listen to the entire interview with Ordway, Steve Buckley and Butch Stearns, click here.
|Bruins ink Miroslav Satan||01.02.10 at 6:25 pm ET|
Bruins head coach Claude Julien told reporters at his team’s practice Saturday that Boston has signed free-agent forward Mirolsav Satan, who is expected to be at the team’s Sunday workout. The 35-year-old is expected to help a Bruins team that is 27th in the league in scoring, having scored 354 goals in his career. According to TSN the deal is for one-year, $700,000.
|Picture Gallery From Fenway Park For NHL Winter Classic||01.01.10 at 11:20 am ET|
NHL facilities operations manager Dan Craig took a final skate around the rink at Fenway at 11:20 and indicated the ice is ready for hockey at the Winter Classic. “We’re right where we want to be,” Craig said when asked about temperature of the ice. “The Good Lord couldn’t have done better for us right now.”
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