Felger and Massarotti kicked on an Agenda Free Friday talking about the Boston Bruins 3-2 overtime win in Game 1 over the New York Rangers.
Torey Krug was minutes away from that quintessential minor league hockey experience - the long and tedious bus ride - when he received an unexpected and tremendously exciting phone call.
An Uzbekistan national living in Idaho has been arrested on federal charges that he gave support, cash and other resources to help a recognized terrorist group in his home country plan a terrorist attack.
Officials awaited daybreak to fully assess the scope of the destruction left in the wake of a deadly tornado in Granbury.
With the Rangers-Bruins series getting underway tonight, Blue Line Station and Causeway Crowd thought it would be a great idea to get a little Q & A article up.
The Boston Bruin s took the TD Garden ice Thursday morning ahead of Game 1 against the New York Rangers already down a trio of defensemen.
By now, the image of Patrice Bergeron scoring the game-winning goal in overtime has been etched permanently on all Bruins' fans minds, an unforgettable moment in franchise history.
The Bruins' thrilling, historic, sudden-death 5-4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals Monday night resulted in a celebration that spilled well into yesterday morning; even as the day progressed, people were still buzzing about this playoff comeback for the ages.
Boston was down 4-1 after Nazem Kadri scored 5:29 into the third period, but the Bruins scored three unanswered goals and tied the game on Patrice Bergeron's marker with 50.2 seconds left in regulation.
From now until the start of next season, and quite possibly beyond, there will be a lot of Toronto Maple Leafs fans who will point the finger at goaltender James Reimer for the team's shocking ousting from the 2013 playoffs.
As of last night, the first round of the 2013 NHL playoffs officially came to an end.
When Patrice Bergeron tied Monday night's thriller with 51 seconds remaining, then won it with another goal in overtime, eliminating the Maple Leafs in Game 7 of the playoff quarterfinals, the elegant but understated Bruins star had the kind of game little boys dream of, the kind grown men imagine they, too, might have had if they'd been similarly ... (more)
Cam Neely played in more than 800 NHL games, 93 of them in the postseason, but even he can't find anything that compares to the Bruins' Game 7 comeback and overtime win on Monday night.
There was a point on Monday when it appeared the second-round playoff picture was coming into focus, but like many things in the NHL postseason, it was all about to change in a hurry.
MOVING ON: Patrice Bergeron celebrates his game-winning overtime goal with Zdeno Chara in Game 7 against the Toronto Maple Leafs.