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One More Game Stanley Cup

Wednesday night TD Garden will host the 7th Game of the Stanley Cup. The St. Louis Blues versus the home team Boston Bruins. In January the Blues were the worst team in the league. They toughed their way to the finals. Last night the Blues could have hoisted the Stanley Cup before their fans. Tukka […]

COLD AS IT GETS by Peter Nolan Smith

Mount Washington is far from the tallest mountain on the face of the Earth, however in 1934 the summit observatory recorded the strongest wind on the planet at 231 mph or 372 km/hr. Winter temperatures on Agiocochook, or “Home of the Great Spirit” regularly dropped as low as -50F. Death from hypothermia can occur within […]

# 4 Nude / Kurt Kauper

The most famous photo of Bobby Orr was of his scoring the winning goal in the 1970 Stanley Cup Championship against the St. Louis Blues. The immortal moment has also been immortalized in a statue gracing the entrance to the TD Garden in Boston, however an artist friend had told me about the painter Kurt […]

Bobby Orr – Tiger # 4

Bobby Orr has undoubtably been the Greatest Boston Bruin in the modern age. His offensive net-to-net play revolutionized the role of defensemen throughout the NHL. His team won two Stanley Cups in 1970 and 1972, although were thwarted from adding their names to the championship trophy on more than one occasion in the 197os by […]

FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY by Peter Nolan Smith

FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY are six stories about my love for the fastest game on ice. During the 1980s my aunt from Maine bought season tickets to the Rangers. To her hockey was hockey as long as the Black Bears of U Maine weren’t playing for the Frozen Four, however As longtime Boston Bruins […]