Tuesday, May 28, 2013
The Boston Bruins held a pep rally at the Holy Name School, and a video of players was played for students.
The Boston Bruins organization hosted a pep rally at the Holy Name School recently. The school won the Bruins & Cradles to Crayons PJ Drive contest in 2012 by collecting 2,000 pairs of pajamas, the most ever collected. The visit on May 22, included Bruins' mascot Blades, the Bruins Ice Girls, the 2011 Stanley Cup banner, and B's alumni Tommy Songin. The Bruins crew led the pep rally that included Bruins trivia and games, and played a video message of Bruins players Tyler Seguin, Milan Lucic, Dennis Seidenberg, and Aaron Johnson congratulating the school for their hard work. The Bruins staff also presented the Holy Name School with a team signed and framed jersey, as well as a PJ Drive championship banner that will hang in the school.
Thursday, April 18, 2013
Legendary anthem singer Rene Rancourt led a packed Boston Garden in a rousing, emotional rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" Wednesday night.
Three days of tears gave way to a moment of solidarity and pride Wednesday night. The 17,000-plus Bruins fans at Wednesday night's game belted out a powerful version of the national anthem, drowning out beloved Bruins anthem singer Rene Rancourt and shaking the rafters of the new Garden. Coaches at the game wore blue and yellow ribbons to commemorate the victims of Monday's marathon bombing. Players on both teams wore Boston Strong decals on their helmets.
Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Boston Bruins mascot Blades visited the school on Friday. Students also earned a visit from a Bruins player, to be named later.
Holy Name School students emerged as champions of Cradles to Crayons's Boston Bruins Pajama Drive. As a reward, they'll be visited by another champion, this one of the Stanley Cup variety. By collecting 2,006 pairs of pajamas, Holy Name students earned a visit from a Boston Bruins player to be named later. The number is the greatest ever raised in the drive's five-year history, according to Cradles to Crayons. As the drive reached its apex last week, Bruins mascot Blades made a visit to the school to thank students for their hard work. Cradles to Crayons is a non-profit organization that "collects new and like-new children's items through grassroots community drives and corporate donations," according to its website. "Donations are then …
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Tyler Seguin of the Boston Bruins joined Prime Motor Group owners David Rosenberg and Matt McGovern at the Roche Rink in West Roxbury,
Recently Tyler Seguin, of the Stanley Cup-winning Boston Bruins, was at the Jim Roche Community Ice Arena in West Roxbury, shooting television commercials for dealerships of the Prime Motor Group, which is headquartered in Westwood, with co-owners David Rosenberg and Matt McGovern.
Monday, August 22, 2011
Lindsay Ware's most memorable sporting moment is a hard decision between the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games.
Bill Russell or Larry Bird? The Celtics or the Red Sox? How does a Boston sports fan choose between so many great memories, stars and teams?! What are your favorite sports memories, favorite Boston athletes or teams? Tell us in the comments section. Lindsay Ware is a huge fan of the Olympic Games. See what other sports she likes below. Name: Lindsay Ware Do You Think There Will Be An NBA Season This Year: Yeah. What's Your Favorite Boston Sports Team: The LA Lakers What Is Your Favorite Sport To Play: Tennis If You Could Meet One Sports Player, Dead Or Alive, Who Would It Be: Arthur Ashe because he's a great humanitarian and philanthropist. Do You Think The Bruins Will Repeat:I don't know, but sure, why not? Most Memorable Sporting Moment…
Thursday, June 16, 2011
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Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Sugar Bakery owner Eric Battite is giving away free Boston Bruins cupcakes today in West Roxbury and Roslindale. But you've got to be a kid!?
You can thank the Boston Bruins for more free cupcakes from Sugar Bakery. Sugar Bakery and Sugar Baking Company in Roslindale is giving away free Boston Bruins cupcakes to any child on NHL championship game days. Tonight is Game 7 between the Bruins and the Vancouver Canucks. Sugar's owner Eric Battite is a diehard Bruins fan, a season ticket holder and was at Game 6 in Boston - and between the two businesses, gave away approximately 300 free cupcakes on game days already. So head in their with your child and get them a cupcake - and go Bruins! Also, rumor has it, that if the Bruins were to win the Stanley Cup, more free cupcakes would be handed out at Sugar on the day of the parade. But that's just a rumor...
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
Sugar Bakery owner Eric Battitie is giving away free Boston Bruins black and gold cupcakes on NHL Championship game days.
Sugar Bakery is giving away free Boston Bruins cupcakes to any child on NHL championship game days. So head in their with your child and get them a cupcake. The Bruins play against the Canucks in Boston tonight at 8 p.m. in the fourth game of the NHL Championships in hopes for a Stanley Cup.
Wednesday, June 1, 2011
If Bruins win, Vancouver's City Hall will raise Bruins flag for one day, as a part of a "friendly wager" between city's mayors.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino agreed to a “friendly wager” for the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals with Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson, betting the Boston Bruins will be victorious in defeating the Vancouver Canucks to bring Boston its first championship since 1972. What's at stake is very serious to Bostonians - not only as the Stanley Cup is up for grabs, but now our Mayor has bet fresh lobsters and Boston-brewed beers on our beloved Bruins. Menino also encouraged Bostonians to wear black and gold on game days throughout the series in support of the Boston Bruins, which begins tonight. “The Bruins are playing impressive playoff hockey and are poised to bring the Stanley Cup home to Boston,” said Menino through a press release. “I have had the …