Bruins

By - 10/19/13 - 10:21 pm
Bobby Orr in Newton

Paul MacMaster was among the 2,500 or so people who lined up tonight to get their copy of Bobby Orr's new book signed by Number 4 himself at the New England Mobile Book Fair:

#4 will have a sore hand tomorrow, but he's still smiling now.

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By - 7/9/13 - 4:24 pm

A cranky citizen complains about the Bruins jersey that George Washington is still wearing up there on his horse in the Public Garden:

When the world visits Boston, they have no idea why George Washington is wearing corporate graffiti for a Canadian/Russian sport.

For added emphasis, the kvetcher checked the box asking if the item in question is "offensive."... Read more

By - 6/28/13 - 6:30 am

Because, otherwise, this has not been a good week for Boston sports fans (also, as Prairie Rose Clayton reminds us: The Revolution lost a big game and NESN fired Naoko Funayama).

By - 6/24/13 - 10:57 pm

Well, they still got further than every other team in the NHL, save one.

By - 6/24/13 - 8:26 pm

Prudential Center

Fred Somers has a ringside seat for the Pru tonight as the Bruins try to stay alive.... Read more

By - 6/18/13 - 10:32 am

Lou the Bruins fan

Lindsay Tower introduces us to Lou, one of the doormen at the Lenox Hotel on Boylston Street.... Read more

By - 6/16/13 - 11:29 am

Washington in a Bruins jersey

Boston Strolls strolled through the Public Garden today. At the opposite end of the Public Garden, the Bruins have some smaller fans as well.... Read more

By - 6/13/13 - 7:24 am

Bruins head

Nathan, 5, of Oxford, woke up with some serious Bruins head this morning. Sarah snapped his photo yesterday.... Read more

By - 6/12/13 - 11:19 am

On the one hand, the Globe of the Midwest runs a sweet story about how Chicagoans and Bostonians are really more family members than people who have an innate hatred for each other - we're both have guys in tuxedos starting our hockey games, we both have waterfronts, we both have lots of rich people who give money to charity (really). The story features... Read more

By - 6/9/13 - 7:05 pm

Own is posting phone numbers of Bostonians who have called bars in Pittsburgh asking for him.

Owen should probably stay out of Charlestown.

UPDATE: The numbers were gone Monday morning, but they're back Monday evening.... Read more

By - 6/8/13 - 10:26 am

Transit Police report arresting a man from a Pittsburgh suburb at the Sullivan Square Orange Line stop last night before he could get the tar beaten out of him strangle a local following the end of the Penguins' O-4 series.

According to police, officers arrived at a disturbance around 11:30 p.m. at the station to find Ryan Baessler, 29, of Carnegie, PA, with his... Read more

By - 6/7/13 - 10:39 pm

ItalianInBoston was at the Garden.ItalianInBoston was at the Garden.

Sweep! Next.

Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone tweets:

That's not rain, those are penguin tears.

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By - 6/7/13 - 1:04 pm

Don't be knuckleheads, Ed Davis tells fans getting ready to throng the Garden tonight.

I ask that you celebrate a win or loss with the pride and class that our team and our city deserves.

Davis has a special word for any college students left in town: Act up, and your school will have a word with you.... Read more

By - 6/5/13 - 9:56 am

Win it for Martin

Noah watched this houseboat glide past Long Wharf yesterday evening. He notes that blue thing by the flags is a slide.

Meanwhile, injured MBTA Officer Richard Donohue will wave the flag at tonight's Bruins game.... Read more

By - 6/4/13 - 3:41 pm

If you're at work, put your ear buds in first before watching this call from Presidents Rock Club in Quincy.

Also: JetBlue pilot asks if crying baby is Sidney Crosby during flight to Boston.... Read more

By - 5/30/13 - 12:52 pm

CBS Sports reports.

If only there were a Pittsburgh beer anybody in Boston drinks that we could counter-boycott. Prairie Rose Clayton suggests boycotting Iron City, but Matt O'Connor is not sure Iron City really qualifies as beer.... Read more

By - 5/25/13 - 8:11 pm

3-1 for the series.

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