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Heres NHL 15 cover boy Patrice Bergeron pushing the new EA Sports video game that bears his likeness with a sweet poem about Feelings.
Who would have though a decade ago that the B’s would have climbed to within 10 percent of catching the Sox for fan popularity among Boston’s major teams?
The NHL is looking at expansion, but not really. For now, Vegas will have to wait.
March 7, 2010 is a very harrowing date in recent Bruins history. It’s also a black eye on the NHL, a date and an incident the league undoubtedly wishes it could do-over.
For all those Bruins fans counting down the days until hockey is finally back, the B’s brought some good news on Thursday.
All signs point toward the incorporation of more advanced statistics when it comes to how we gauge hockey, and how organizations operate. Former Boston College Hockey Player Fails to Sign With Blackhawks
NHL 15 Cover Boy Patrice Bergeron Shares His 'Feelings' in a New Poem
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Getting Familiar With Hockey's Advanced Statistics
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