Dave Carignan

  • joined Jul 08, 2011
  • last login Jun 18, 2013
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I'm a huge Bruins fan looking to interact with the rest of you out there. I am a fourth year season ticket holder and can usually be found at Sullivan's Tab before game time tossing a few back. I also enjoy invading other team's arenas where I wear my black and gold proud and love getting booed all the way back to my hotel.

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A team called the Seguin Bruins?

I found this hockey team aimlessly searching the internet at work. They were a Junior A hockey team called the Seguin Bruins. Apparently Tyler Seguin was destin to be a Bruin from the start.

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Dennis Seidenberg


Deutschland's finest, Dennis Seidenberg is as consistent as a defenceman as there is. He doesn't put up flashy numbers, but what he brings in intangibles is beyond what statistics can show. ...

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Patrice Bergeron


Let's just start this off by saying it is about time that Patrice Bergeron won the Selke. There isn't a player on the Bruins that plays with more heart and determination than Bergeron. And that...

2011-12 Boston Bruins Player Report Cards: Johnny Boychuk

The 2011-12 season was clearly the best season Johnny Boychuk has played as a pro. He didn't put up huge numbers, however the intangibles he brought each and every night where a huge part of why...

This Week In Bruins History: Fernie Flaman, One of the Forgotten Heroes


The Boston Bruins and the hockey world lost one of the all time greats on June 22, 2012. Fernie Flaman has never been a household name with the likes of Eddie Shore, Bobby Orr, Phil Esposito or...

Memorabilia Monday's: Show Us Your Sticks


This will be a new article featured while the Bruins are playing golf for the summer. I will choose a piece of Bruins memorabilia out of my collection or from something I find online and would...

This Week In Bruins History: Bruins/Capitals Playoff History


It is hard to imagine that the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals have only met twice in the playoffs. The Capitals have only been around since 1974, but one would have though that this...

This Week In Bruins History: Bobby Orr Sets Four Records


Bobby Orr clearly changed the way the defense position was played. No longer did they all have to be stay at home defensemen they could jump into the offense and put points on the scoreboard. ...


Weekend Open Thread: Chowdah Invades New York

Here's an open thread for everyone to post what they are doing and where they all may be to meet and drink endless amounts of beer. I am going to keep it short and sweet here. Islanders at 1:00...

This Week In Bruins History: Bruins Lift Lord Stanley For The First Time


Eighty-Two years before the Bruins won their last Stanley Cup, during the 1928-29 season when the NHL was in its early stages of existence, they won their first Stanley Cup Championship. The team...

This Week In Bruins History: PJ Axelsson Signs Last Contract For Bruins


It may not be one of those moments in history that everyone remembers or that it is even significant enough to be notable. However there is no doubt that Anders Per-Johan Axelsson was a cult hero...

Public Skate: Bruins vs. Jaws

The Bruins are looking to continue their winning streak against the struggling Sharks. Have at it, hopefully all of you Chowda Heads are staying up late for this one.

This Week In Bruins History: Bruins Retire Milt Schmidt's 15


On March 13, 1980 the Boston Bruins not only retired Milt Schmidt's number 15, but also Johnny Bucyk's number 9. Schmidt played for the Bruins from 1936-1955. After his long and successful...

Big Bad Bruins: Shawn Thornton


Shawn Thonrton 6'2" 217 lbs 138 career fighting majors 752 career penalty minutes First fight: Brad Brown September 12, 1999 Last Fight to date: Jay Rosehill March 6, 2012 Shawn Thornton is...

This Week In Bruins History: The Shot That Changed Marc Savard's Life


On March 7, 2010 Marc Savard's career as a hockey player would change drastically. Every Boston fan knows and despises Penguin Matt Cooke for the blindside elbow he launched into the head of...


Scored a signed Eddie Shore photo

Thought all you guys would like to see what I snagged today. Its an autographed photo of Eddie Shore signing his 1936 contract for the Bruins. He signed his name and signed Art Ross, Frank...

This Week In Bruins History: Tim Thomas 100th Win


On February 26, 2009 Tim Thomas earned his 100th NHL victory with a 6-0 shutout against the Anaheim Ducks. It was just the beginning of Tim Thomas' breakout. At the time, Thomas didn't have any...

This Week In Bruins History: McSorley Tomahawks Brashear


On February 21, 2000, late in the third period, Marty McSorley took the last shot of his long and successful career. He wasn't shooting a puck at the net, dropping the gloves for one last brawl...

Public Skate: Roses are Red Voilets are Blues


Bruins take on Blues, no more explanation needed!

Big Bad Bruins: Cam Neely


Cam Neely 6'1" 210 lbs 94 career fighting majors 1241 career penalty minutes First Fight: Ed Beers September 23, 1983 Last Fight: Donald Brashear November 4, 1995 Cam Neely was one of the...

This Week In Bruins History: Bruins Make Run For Cup, Trade for Kelly and Peverley


It would be hard to imagine the Bruins winning the the Stanley Cup without the brilliant moves Peter Chiarelli made. Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley aren't huge names, but they were the perfect...

Friday Night Fights: Boston vs Montreal


On February 9, 2011 the Bruins and Canadiens created one of the most memorable game in the teams long rivalry. There were 14 goals scored, 7 fights and 182 penalty minutes. It was just the...


Andrew Ference Interview on WEEI Possible Drinking Game

I was listening to Andrew Ferences weekly interview on WEEI this morning. Well we could make one hell of a drinking game for every time he says "you know" or mentions the enviroment. I lost...

This Week In Bruins History: Dit Clapper's Number Retired


One February 12, 1947 the Boston Bruins honored Aubrey "Dit" Clapper by retiring the only sweater he wore his entire NHL career. Clapper wore the number 5 which he help bring three Stanley Cup...

Public Skate: Will Ryan Miller Leave the Crease Edition


The Bruins take on The Sabres tonight and it will be the first meeting between Ryan Miller and Milan Lucic after Lucic treated Miller like a forward. Miller missed the last meeting between the two...

This Week In Bruins History: Johnny Bucyk 418 Consecutive Games Streak


On March 2, 1975, Johnny Bucyk set the Bruins franchise record for most consecutive games played. The streak started on January 23, 1969 and lasted an amazing seven years. During those seven...

Friday Night Fights: Shawn Thornton vs. Riley Cote


Tale of the Tape:Shawn Thornton: 6'2" 217 lbs 132 career fighting majors Riley Cote: 6'2" 220 lbs 68 career fighting majors Shawn Thornton and Riley Cote only fought twice against each other...

This Week In Bruins History: Lionel Hitchman Second NHL Number to be Retired


On February 22, 1934 the Bruins retired their first number in franchise history. The Bruins honored defenceman Lionel Hitchman by retiring his number 3 sweater. Hitchman wasn't known for his...

Friday Night Fights: Nathan Horton vs. Dale Weise


Tale of the Tape: Nathan Horton: 6' 2" 229 lbs 21 career fighting majors Dale Weise: 6' 2" 209 lbs 14 career fighting majors The first meeting between Boston and Vancouver lived up to the hype...

This Week In Bruins History: Willie O'Ree Breaks Color Barrier


On January 18, 1958 Willie Eldon O'Ree became the first black player to play an NHL game. O'Ree got his chance when the Bruins called him up due to an injury making his debut against the...

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