The Fort Pointer reports that with such nice weather, local hockey fans massed for a City Hall Plaza even in advance of the games at Fenway Park - and stood in a line the wrapped around the Government Center T stop to get in.
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Jake had a great view out the window of his plane at the San Juan airport after he boarded for the trip back to Boston this afternoon.
WBZ reports on the NHL action - and the two newest Covid-19 cases.
Christopher Gasper lays out the case against Jeremy Jacobs.
State Attorney General Maura Healey is warning Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs he better not try to weasel out of that $1.5-million fund he says might be used to pay out-of-work Garden employees - like the Garden's owners did a couple decades ago with fundraisers that never happened for youth recreational facilities: Read more.
WBZ: Bruins Are Only NHL Team Not To Announce Plan To Help Stadium Workers During Coronavirus Crisis.
GoFundMe page for Garden workers.
The Gloucester Times reports a Bruins fan called 911 a couple days ago to report his beloved Bruins sweatshirt had been stolen while he was working out at the Y - and then called 911 back a couple hours later when he realized he'd been wearing it the whole time under his vest and just didn't remember putting it on.
Citizen complaint of the day: Yeah, yeah, the Bruins lost, we get it, now move those damn helicopters
A weary North End resident filed a complaint at 11:16 p.m. yesterday about helicopters over his or her neighborhood: Read more.
Roving UHub photographer John Walsh reports from South Boston that David Farragut is urging the Bruins on.
Maria M. looked down while at Faneuil Hall Marketplace and noticed this newly painted manhole cover.
Copyright Maria M. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.
Dr. Zaius, er, Edward Everett Hale, shows his Bruins support in the Public Garden, just down the path from the Bruins-backing ducks.
Jack the duckling, along with Mrs. Mallard and all the other ducklings in the Public Garden are, of course, rooting for the Bruins, as JC Considine shows us.
Catboston sported the Bruins' biggest (headed) fan on the Esplanade today.
Fiedler likes the Red Sox, too.
Remember when New Yorkers used to say they don't care about Boston?
Transit Police have released photos of five guys wanted on charges of aggravated assault and battery for an incident at the North Quincy T stop early Friday, a couple hours after the Bruins beat the Hurricanes at the Garden, in which they "viciously" beat a man, breaking bones in his face. Read more.
Maybe next season.
Weber King got caught in the "total chaos" exiting the first Garden event since the T entrance on that side of Causeway closed, forcing thousands of people to cross the street to get to the subway:
Yeah, this isn't gong to work, at all. Need a plan B ASAP.
— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) December 30, 2015
Dorchester's own Jimmy Hayes scored 3 of the Bruins' 7 goals tonight in their win over the Senators.
On Monday, the mayor's office announced the city would be showing the Winter Classic Bruins hockey game on a big screen in Copley Square.
But the Globe reports that NBC/Comcast has blocked the outdoor viewing because it owns the exclusive rights to the telecast and it's not going to let a bunch of people just watch it in a park.
Also: Petition to let Rene Rancourt sing the national anthem.
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