Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, May 17, 2019.
Might as well ask Dougie.
I’d like to see Craig Cunningham be a flag waver. Great guy (from what I’ve read) and very inspirational story.
Former Coyote Craig Cunningham returns to ice with prosthetic skate - Sportsnet.ca
meh....Not for me. I would rather a hockey player
I'm more of a "don't count your chickens before they hatch" kinda guy, so any premature talk about Stanley Cup parades in Boston makes me feel uneasy
The B's will have their hands full with either the Sharks or Blues, so I wouldn't worry about any parades until they win 4 more games.
Defenseman Kevan Miller and forward Chris Wagner are both unlikely to play in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney said Saturday morning at Warrior Ice Arena.
Miller, who has been sidelined for all 17 games of Boston’s postseason run, suffered a setback in his recovery from a lower-body injury, Sweeney said. Sweeney did not share an official update on Wagner, who returned to Boston — and missed the series-clinching win — after blocking a shot with his arm in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Carolina Hurricanes.
“I don’t expect Kevan to be ready to play,’’ Sweeney said. “I would be very surprised if Chris is ready to play, but we’ll wait and see.’’
I love this idea !!!
With all that money being spent on one night I'll watch it on cbc and buy one share of Amazon.
The Boston Bruins have reached the 2019 Stanley Cup Final, and tickets for the Boston-based games of the series are now sale.
If you want to forego your favorite sports bar and watch the team play live at TD Garden, it’s going to cost you. As of this article’s publication, a single ticket for Game 1 ranged from $500 to $5,000, depending on your seat, according to Ticketmaster.com. For Game 2, the range was $500 to $4,980. Tickets for Game 5, the third home game (presuming the series goes that long) are running $649 to $3,964, and for a possible deciding Game 7 they’re going for $856 to $5,179.
Eighteen-ticket, private suite rentals went on sale on Friday at 11 a.m. They range in price from $25,000 to $35,000 for Game 1 and will increase in price for games after that, according to TD Garden. Rentals include a private bathroom, though food and beverage orders are an added cost, naturally.
Don't be surprised if the flag waver for Game 1 is
Brady or Thomas the roof might blow off the place. Shawn Thornton is another guy too.
I don’t have a problem with this, but I’m surprised.
He will be in the building so.....
How about Terry O'Reilly?
People I’d like to see as flag-wavers:
I love the Johnny Bucyk idea!
Maybe when the Bruins have a different owner.
That's a neat jacket the Don is wearing. He's always been a Bruin at heart.
If West ends in 6 games, waiting 6 days to start the finals is a complete joke
Not being a Pats fan I don’t want Brady involved. I want a clean victory
We could just wave his jacket !
And the 496th anniversary of Gustav I being elected King of Sweden, ridding them of Danish tyranny and officially granting them independence, the reason it’s Sweden’s national day.
LMAO. That's great. It's why so many hate us. But it's friggin great.
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