Posts Tagged ‘Marco Sturm

13
May
09

Boston Bruins Force A Game 7

Game 7 Here We Come!

First off I want to apologize for those of you who visited this morning looking for the Game 6 recap. Last night I was too tired to create a recap and Commissionerdangle needed his beauty rest, and trust me, he needs all he can get. As for the rest of the day, here is my mini rant, some of you may get some enjoyment out of it. On Friday I’m leaving for New York City, New Jersey actually, for my girlfriend’s sister’s wedding. Because of that, I have about 2 weeks of work to do in 4 days. I literally have 47 projects that need to be completed before I take off Thursday night. Here’s where the comedy comes in, on top of that I need to make my own travel arrangements to Red Bank New Jersey. See, I’m not leaving with my girlfriend tonight to go to the wedding. I told her I’m missing her sister’s rehersal dinner in order to go to Game 7. If any of you saw fireworks in Boston last night, it wasn’t the Fourth of July. It was me deciding to watch the Bruins Game 7 at the Garden Thursday night, instead of head to the Garden State. Now I’m taking a 6:30am Mega Bus, Friday morning, to some corner in New York City, walking 6 blocks to Penn Station, taking a train to Red Bank, NJ, and somehow making it to the wedding by 4:30pm. Mind you, I don’t know where the wedding is at, the hotel, or the reception. If you think the Bruins have pressure tomorrow night, call me around 3pm Friday and see where I’m at.  Continue reading ‘Boston Bruins Force A Game 7’

05
May
09

Hunwick and Sturm Skate

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The Boston Globe was in Willmington today watching the Bruins last practice before they head to Carolina, and caught a glimpse of Defenseman Matt Hunwick and Forward Marco Sturm skating with strength and conditioning coach John Whitesides. Sturm has been out since December 18th when he suffered a knee injury against Toronto. Matt Hunwick was injured when he was checked during the second period of Boston’s 4-2 over Montreal in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinal resulting in a ruptured spleen.

It is unlikely though that both will return during the Bruin’s 2009 Stanley Cup Playoff run, but it is great to see them back on the ice. Hopefully it will spark some motivation in the team after Sunday’s 3-0 loss to the Canes.




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