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Updated: 2018-03-05T11:39:43.011-05:00

 



The Ionic Mayor Mumbles

2010-05-11T22:44:14.012-04:00

Last year he called the Winter Classic the "World Classic" when the NHL announced that the outdoor hockey game between the Bruins and the Flyers would take place at Fenway Park. Well, just as you thought it was safe to say that he wouldn't comment on the Beantown sports scene, Boston Mayor Thomas Menino (aka Mayor Mumbles) proved once again that preparing for a speech is "overrated". The scene



"Great Moments" in Bell Centre History: A fitting ending to a Centennial Drama

2010-04-22T17:14:21.637-04:00

We all know that the Montreal Canadiens were a complete mess during their Centennial Season in 2008-09. Actually if you think about it, the Habs have been celebrating their 100th season since 1993, when Patrick Roy and company led the to their last Stanley Cup victory. I'm sure we'll get into the "Curse of Patrick Roy" but we should with this segment now. First a word from our "sponsor"... The



"A history" lesson in "Great Moments" in Bell Centre History

2010-04-18T15:33:17.373-04:00

We all know -- at least in the state of Massachusetts -- that Patriots Day is a tradition every third Monday in April. We also know that school children get that day off -- at the K-12 level the whole week -- while the Red Sox always have a game in the late morning and of course, who can forget about the annual Boston Marathon. Well, the last few years the Bruins have played on Patriots Day as



Back by popular Demand: 2010 Rosie Awards

2010-04-18T11:56:42.116-04:00

Back by popular demand, the 2010 Rosie Awards will showcase the best of the hockey world for the third straight year. Full details will come in a separate preview of the show, but I thought I'd get started with a simple question: What do you want to see in this year's Rosie's? Should I give another lifetime achievement award like I did with Al Strachan last year? Should that anonymous



I'm no expert, but I'm just telling it like it is

2010-04-18T11:36:30.270-04:00

Before I go on and share my thoughts on Andy Sutton's postgame comments from Game 2 of the Penguins-Senators series, let's review what took place near the end of the first period. I don't know how the  refs missed this call, but there is no place for this type of goonery in hockey, as seen in the Matt Cooke cheap shot on Marc Savard -- in the same building -- nearly a month ago. Here's another



First Round Playoff Picks: West

2010-04-14T15:04:03.146-04:00

After picking the first round for the East, it is now time to pick the first round in the Western Conference. Click here to view my Eastern Conference picks. San Jose vs. Colorado This series is a little similar to the 1-8 matchup in the East. One team was expected to be atop the conference, while one team wasn't really supposed to be in the playoffs. The youthful Avs have a bright future under



First Round Playoff Picks: East

2010-04-14T15:04:42.264-04:00

Well, the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs are about four and a half hours away from puck drop as the Ottawa Senators and Pittsburgh Penguins open things up at 7:00. That being said, now is a good time to share my first round picks for the Eastern Conference... Washington vs. Montreal: Getting to the playoffs even is an accomplishment for the Canadiens this year after a disastrous Centennial season.



Rosie's Rebounds: Hall vs. Seguin

2010-04-14T12:12:25.959-04:00

With the first pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, the Edmonton Oilers select… Okay, we won’t know quite yet whom the Oilers will select with the first pick, but we do know that it will either be Taylor Hall (Windsor Spitfires) or Tyler Seguin (Plymouth Whalers) from the Ontario Hockey League. So why can’t the speculation begin now? This should be the most intriguing choice since 1987 (from a



Inside Hockey's NCAA Video Previews

2010-03-26T14:22:17.529-04:00

I had the privilege to be joined by a fellow colleague at Inside Hockey - also known as Kevin Edelson - for our video previews for IH of the NCAA Tournament. Northeast Regional Both Kevin and I agreed that BC would come out of this region against North Dakota. East Coast Bias perhaps? East Regional Kevin and I agreed that Cornell is coming out of this region. Is this another case of East



Rosie's Rebounds: NCAA Tournament Edition

2010-03-23T12:33:25.666-04:00

Mascot Shenanigans at TD Garden It been said before by sports journalists that, “95% of sports writers are sports writers because of the free food served before games.” While I cannot confirm nor deny that statement, I can, however, confirm that this creature decided to crash the party, uninvited. Take a look at the evidence here with this picture as seen during the first intermission of the



Colin Campbell on Ovechkin Suspension

2010-03-17T14:34:56.762-04:00

Colin Campbell, the NHL's Disciplinary, was on NHL Live today talking about the decision to suspend Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin after his hit on Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brian Campbell, who is now out for the rest of the year with a broken collarbone and broken ribs. Here's what he had to say. ...Look if there's no injury on the play, we probably wouldn't do



Join the Rosie's Rebounds page on Facebook

2010-03-16T16:48:38.894-04:00

Don't worry, I haven't forgotten to post my blog entries here at Rosie's Hockey. With my busy schedule the past few months at Inside Hockey, which included the Winter Classic, Frozen Fenway, the Beanpot and several Bruins and college games, I had opted to take time off for awhile in posting blog entries here until my schedule was a bit lighter. I will be able to post here now on a more



Rosie's Rebounds: Future of the Winter Classic

2010-01-02T13:30:05.530-05:00

From the awe of the actual atmosphere at Fenway Park, to Marco Sturm’s game winning goal in overtime, the 2010 Winter Classic between the Bruins and Flyers was everything that a hockey fan could possibly dream of. From the hype that began in July with the official announcement, to the first skate at Fenway, to the days leading up to the event and to January 1, all the anticipation for the



More News and Notes from the Winter Classic

2009-12-26T15:28:27.625-05:00

Hope everyone had a great holiday season! Here are a few links to catch up on for this year's Winter Classic. Fenway Park is nearly ready for the event as the final touches are being placed for the event. You can view those over at NHL.com as they provide a photo gallery of the event. Inside Hockey Radio show host and NESN.com's James Murphy has ran a series of great features over the past



Savard and Hartnell appear on "The Price is Right"

2009-12-24T09:26:37.962-05:00

For those of you who missed out on "The Price is Right" yesterday, here is the clip that features Bruins forward Marc Savard and Flyers forward Scott Hartnell from the Showcase Showdown. More Later...



Rosie's Rebounds: 12/23/09

2009-12-24T09:17:13.897-05:00

Greetings from the home front and Happy Holidays to all! During the next couple weeks, I will go out of my usual Rebounds of the week and provide you with my list of highlights from the 2000’s, as we vastly approach the 2010's. Today we'll look at the best teams and storylines of the decade. Top Teams (In no particular order) 2001 Colorado Avalanche: From top to bottom, this team was one of



Best of 2000's: A lesson to Remember?

2009-12-09T20:46:09.782-05:00

From Now until the end of the month, I will be running some best moments of the decade (and not so great too), with 2010 approaching. Class is now in session as "History Professor" and Boston play-by-play announcer Jack Edwards talks about the Revolutionary War, while comparing it to a Bruins victory in Game 3 over the Montreal Canadiens in the 2009 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Here is the clip of



Rosie's Rebounds: 12/4/09

2009-12-24T09:18:12.598-05:00

From yesterday's Inside Hockey version... Thoughts on the Ovechkin Suspension Didn’t we just talk about a game misconduct last week with Alex Ovechkin? Well it looks like Déjà vu all over again this week. As Inside Hockey’s Brad Kurtzberg stated this week, the league did the right thing in suspending the reigning back-to-back Hart Trophy winner. And surprise, surprise, I am on the same page



Inside Hockey coverage of Leafs-Bruins

2009-12-05T14:40:26.966-05:00

In honor of Phil the Thrill returning to Boston, Inside Hockey is keeping you up to date with toight's game between the Bruins and the Leafs. Find out how Kesselmania is hitting Boston from yours truly, while Alex Linsky has an in-depth preview of tonight's game and don't forget to check out his morning greaseboard for last nights daunting defeat against the Habs.



Inside Hockey TV: 11/30/09

2009-12-02T09:20:11.293-05:00

Here are a few clips from the Inside Hockey TV show (shot November 30th), as I was joined by fellow columnist Christopher Conroy, and host McKenzie Lavoie. Segment 1: Western Conference Outlook Segment 2: Eastern Conference Outlook



Bruins Sign Marc Savard to Contract Extension

2009-12-01T11:59:45.199-05:00

Bruins forward Marc Savard has signed a contract extension with the Bruins. For more info on this, you can read my updates on Inside Hockey, and don't forget to read Alex Linsky's Bruins Armchair GM too.



"Great Moments" in Bell Centre History

2009-12-24T09:19:03.859-05:00

Another day and another post for "Great Moments" in Bell Centre history - Sponsored by Molson. First a word from our sponsor... ...We now return to our regularly scheduled program. Exactly one year ago today when the Montreal Canadiens faced off against the New York Islanders, many in attendance thought the Habs would come away with a hard fought victory, especially since they were going



Rosie's Rebounds: 11/20/09

2009-12-24T09:19:53.094-05:00

And we are back after a weekend in Chicago. Actually not quite yet… …Okay thanks to a performance by Boston (RIP Brad Delp), now we are officially back. Get ready for another edition of Rosie’s Rebounds. Brendan Shanahan Calls it a Day After 21 seasons in the NHL, Brendan Shanahan announced his retirement this past week from the sport. A native of Mimico, Ontario, Shanahan had two seasons



The Bruins Theme to date and Great Moments in Bell Centre history

2009-12-24T09:20:15.211-05:00

So I've been searching for theme songs of the 2009-10 Boston Bruins season to date. I had until 10:00 p.m. tonight (that I set for myself) to find something. This is what I came up with... Maybe this will change, but as of right now, the Undertaker's theme stands. Part two of my blog tonight has something to do with WWF, WWE or whatever its called these days. No it is not Vince McMahon



Rosie's Rebounds: 11/13/09

2009-12-24T09:21:01.305-05:00

As Chicago kicks off this week’s edition of Rosie’s Rebounds, I will also open up by saying Greetings from the Windy City. This weekend the Blackhawks will honor the outspoken but yet talented Jeremy Roenick at the United Center, for Jeremy Roenick Heritage night. In honor of J.R., we'll kickoff this edition of Rosie’s Rebounds with a little heated rivalry between him and Patrick Roy