Tag Archives: Vancouver Canucks

WSJ Charts Canadian Cyber Caknocks

From the Weekend Wall Street Journal: Bruins fans, rejoice. You have all of Canada on the run. Advertisements

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Dead Blogging Game 7 Of The Stanley Cup Finals

Finally! The Boston Bruins did exactly what the hardworking staff said they should: turn Rogers Arena into TD Garden. It probably didn’t hurt that Nathan Horton poured some melted Garden ice on Vancouver’s rink before the game started. Regardless, some ice chips from … Continue reading

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The Challenge Bruin For Boston In Game 7

Everyone knows what it is: Can the Bruins turn Rogers Arena into TD Garden? At home the Bruins are tougher, quicker, and more disciplined (not so fast there, Patrice Bergeron!) than the Canucks. But can they be that way in … Continue reading

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Iron Not There For Bruins In Game 5

During the second intermission, I broke out the ironing board. The domestic chore thing had worked in Games 3 and 4 of the Stanley Cup Finals between the Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins (I ironed, the Bruins scored). But not … Continue reading

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Putting The Iron In The Boston Bruins

Don’t laugh, but I tend to watch playoff games in my kitchen while doing household chores. It started back in 2004, Game 7 of the ALCS between the Yankees and the Sox. As a Made Yankee Fan in Boston, I … Continue reading

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Alex Burrows Bites Bruins – Again

So it wasn’t bad enough the Bruins broke down with 19 seconds left in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals to lose 1-0 to the Vancouver Canucks? Now they have to lose 3-2 to Alex Burrows, a Canuck who … Continue reading

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Ladies & Gentlemen, Your Eastern Conference Champion Boston Bruins!

That was one barnburner of a Game 7 the Broons won last night, yes? And the key to their victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning? The Bruins didn’t have any power plays to disrupt them. Via the Associated Press: It … Continue reading

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Q: Hey, What’s This? A: The Stanley Cup Finals

As almost always happens in these situations, a lucky bounce settled the score. The Vancouver Canucks (a name the Three Stooges would have especially loved) won Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals in double overtime on a play that … Continue reading

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Why I Love The Stanley Cup Playoffs

So, in the Western Conference semifinals, the #1 seed Vancouver Canucks had held the #5 seed Nashville Predators scoreless for 119 minutes when – justlikethat – Nashville scored a fluke goal to send Game 2 into overtime. Then Nashville goaltender … Continue reading

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Why We Love The Stanley Cup Playoffs

Over the course of the past three hours, the hardworking staff at Campaign Outsider has watched two Stanley Cup Game 1 overtime tilts: 1) The #8 seed Montreal Canadiens’ deeply satisfying 3-2 dispatch of the insufferable #1 seed Washington Capitals … Continue reading

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