Mathew Cunha believes the Bruins path to a championship this season is clearer than that of their T.D. Garden roommates.
Joe McDonald of the Boston Sports Journal joined the show on Tuesday and shared his optimism for the 2017-18 Bruins, claiming their run of 15-3-2 in their last 20 games may not be a fluke.
Former University of Maine Black Bear, Boston Bruin and current-B’s radio play-by-play announcer, Bob Beers, joined the show on Wednesday to discuss Boston’s hottest team as the B’s have gone 11-3-1 in their last 15 games.
The best young athlete in Boston is not one of the two promising stars on the 26-8 Celtics, nor is it someone from the AFC-leading Patriots or the reigning AL East- champion Boston Red Sox.
Could Wednesday’s performance from Rask and company be a sign of things to come?
By Aaron Jackson With the Boston Celtics looking like a true title contender, the Red Sox winning the AL East, and the Patriots an enigma, one New England team hasn’t gotten much love recently; the New England Revolution! Just kidding. I’m talking of course about the Boston Bruins. I have been a vocal critic […]
By Matthew Cunha The Red Sox are in the playoffs, the Patriots are in the middle of their season, and the Bruins are back. It is a good time to be a sports fan. With all the attention on the Patriots defense and the Sox playoff hopes, I thought I’d better be the one to […]
By Matthew Cunha Ok, I’m keeping this column short for the sake of my sanity. Bruins camp opens today, September 13th. As of 4:27 PM on September 13th, David Pastrnak will not be one of those players. Last night, it was reported that Pastrnak has offers from the KHL in Russia. It has […]
By Matthew Cunha The Boston Bruins are set to open camp on September 14th. Their second leading goal scorer from last season will likely not be present as 21-year-old David Pastrnak is a restricted free agent who stunningly, remains without a contract. A holdout, from the Czech winger, is all but inevitable this late into […]
By Matthew Cunha The Boston Bruins and forward Ryan Spooner came to a $2.825 million agreement just hours before their arbitration hearing. The original offer for the Bruins 25 year old forward was $2 million. Spooner’s side was asking for a contract with an annual average value around $3.8 million. The one year deal for […]