Tag Archives: Stanley Cup

No More Ice – Stanley Cup Final

In January the St Louis Blues were the worst team in the NHL. Tonight they beat the Boston Bruins at home in the seventh game of the Stanley Cup. A second goal with 7 seconds left in the first period basically sealed the fate of the home team dashing my hopes for victory. Their rookie […]

Damn Les Habitants

My introduction to French was via the heavy accent of a cartoon skunk, who appeared on TV every Saturday morning during the 1950s. Pepe Le Pew never got the girl. Skunks smelled bad and supposedly the French also never bathed with soap. I knew little else of France. That country lay across the Atlantic Ocean, […]

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 […]

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 […]

The End Of Ice

Last night I came home to listen to the Bruins-Blackhawks Stanley Cup game on WBZ. My other choice was to view the sixth game at my local sports bar Mullanes, but I was exhausted after a long day of swinging a sledge hammer. Accompanied to bed by a ‘Gansett beer, I heard the game seesaw […]