Last week the Boston Bruins made a historic trip to visit Fort Bragg in North Carolina, becoming the first NHL team to make a USO-sponsored tour of a U.S. Military Base. Fort Bragg is the nation’s largest military base by population (52,000 soldie...Read More »
Local metalworking company delivers for Bruins
TIM JEAN/Staff photoLamont Rodger, owner of Lamont's Trucking Company in Haverhill, ties down a 68-foot steel hockey stick made by Diamond Iron Works of Lawrence that will be installed at the Boston Bruins new practice facility in Brighton.
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Bruins' pick from Sharks is No. 29 as Penguins win Stanley Cup
The Penguins are Stanley Cup champions after a series-clinching 3-1 victory in Game 6 vs. the Sharks. In winning the Cup, the Penguins became the first team from the Eastern Conference to do so since the Bruins in 2011. Former Bruin Phil Kessel did not ...
Penguins beat Sharks 3-1 for 4th Stanley Cup titleBoston Herald
Sharks avoid elimination with 4-2 victory over PenguinsLos Angeles Times
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Bruins pitch in as US women's water polo wins third World League title
Defender KK Clark and attacker Courtney Mathewson, who both helped the Bruins win five straight national championships from 2005 to 2009, each chipped in two additional goals. Redshirt junior attacker Rachel Fattal added another goal for the national ...
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UCLA Great Natalie Williams Inducted Into Women's Basketball Hall of Fame
Bruin two-sport legend Natalie Williams was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame last night in Knoxville, TN. Williams was a four-year letter winner in both basketball and volleyball. While at UCLA, she was the first woman to be named an ...
Dual-sport superstar Natalie Williams to be inducted into Women's Basketball HOFESPN
UCLA alumna inducted into Women's Basketball Hall of FameDaily Bruin
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Could UCLA Baseball Coach John Savage Be Headed To Austin?
We saw USC try to lure Bruin baseball head coach John Savage after UCLA won its first College World Series in 2013. Now, another bluebood baseball team — the University of Texas — appears to have Savage on their short list, according to a report by ...
Report: Virginia's Brian O'Connor, UCLA's John Savage are top candidates for Texas baseball coaching positionBurnt Orange Nation
Source: Texas likes two top coaches for vacant baseball job247Sports
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Diamond Iron Works delivers 70 foot stick to new Bruins rink
An almost 70-foot, 7,000-pound replica hockey stick made by Diamond Iron Works of Lawrence was transported from their Blanchard Street headquarters Sunday afternoon to the Bruins' new practice facility in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston. The new ...
30 Most Important Bruins: No. 29 Keisean Lucier-South
UCLA ranked 78th in the country in sack percentage last year, putting the Bruins 10th in the Pac-12. If it hadn't been for an out-of-nowhere seven sacks from Aaron Wallace, the Bruins would have been in the bottom quarter of all college football teams.
Bruins Stuck Between Rock and Hard Place with Eriksson
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After missing the playoffs by a hair for the second straight year, the Boston Bruins are in a tough spot. Unfortunately, Loui Eriksson is making their lives even tougher. The Swedish winger had a fantastic contract-year this season, tying David Krejci ...
2016 NHL Entry Draft: Boston Bruins Mock Draft 1.0Causeway Crowd
Bruins Update: What is the plan, Don?Chowder and Champions
Why did the Boston Bruins' Cup window close so quickly?SportsBlog.com (blog)
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Five Bruins selected in 2016 MLB draft
In a dominant sophomore year, Dyer served primarily as the Bruins' setup man, posting a 1.83 ERA and a .176 batting average against in 42 appearances – good enough to be named to the All-Pac-12 first team. In the next level, Dyer projects to be a ...
Grant Dyer Selected in MLB DraftUCLA Athletics Official Site
UCLA Baseball Pitcher Grant Dyer Selected on Day 2 of the MLB DraftBruins Nation
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