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A moment in time

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Bruins’ Jaromir Jagr sets stage for playoff run

By Peter Cappiello

April 3, 2013

Samuel Adams Boston Jagr. The nickname that never was, now has a fighting chance thanks to the Boston Bruins’ acquisition of forward Jaromir Jagr from the Dallas Stars — the scoring threat that Boston has been looking for...

Brian Burke named McCormack Executive-in-Residence

By Jeffrey Okerman

April 1, 2013

Former Stanley Cup winning general manager Brian Burke was named the next Executive-in-Residence by the Mark H. McCormack Department of Sport Management at the University of Massachusetts’ Isenberg School of Management last...

Why UMass should retire Jonathan Quick’s number

By Peter Cappiello

June 12, 2012

Jonathan Quick’s mantle has more hardware than Home Depot, but the Milford, Conn., native is lacking a distinct accolade—a retired number. After taking home the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player in the ...

Jonathan Quick becomes 1st UMass alum to win Stanley Cup, Conn Smythe

By Stephen Hewitt

June 12, 2012

For the second time this year, a former University of Massachusetts athlete is on top of the sports world. On Monday night, the Jonathan Quick-led Los Angeles Kings clinched the Stanley Cup title with a convincing 6-1 v...

Predicting the Stanley Cup Playoffs: Part 2

By Mark Bruso

April 10, 2012

#1 Vancouver Canucks vs. #8 Los Angeles Kings Canucks in 6. The Kings are the New York Rangers West. Both have Vezina candidates for goalies and both struggle to score at a high rates, even as they have some immensely talent...

Predicting the Stanley Cup Playoffs: Part 1

By Mark Bruso

April 9, 2012

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are upon us. There really is no equal in sports to the passion and intensity found in the NHL’s rite of spring. 16 teams start their arduous journey this Wednesday, culminating sometime in June with...

Taking a shot at the Stanley Cup

By Mark Bruso

March 4, 2012

After the trade deadline passed last Monday, the players, coaches, owners and fans of the NHL have to come to grips with their chances of winning the Stanley Cup. The only major surprise was Jeff Carter being shipped from Columbus...

Do the Bruins have a Stanley Cup bid?

By Mark Bruso

September 28, 2011

To label the Boston Bruins’ Stanley Cup run last spring as anything less than awe-inspiring would be criminal. The Bruins not only captivated an entire region, but in turn, left an indelible mark on New England fandom. With their enco...