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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Struck By Lighting: Bruins fall to Tampa 5-3


The Bruins lost to the struggling lightning 5-3 tonight. It was the first win for Tampa Bay in eight games. The team didn't play their best and Tim Thomas played one of his poorest games of the...

This Week In Bruins History: Bruins Retire Number 4


On January 9, 1979 the Boston Bruins showed their appreciation for Bobby Orr's services the best way they could by raising his number to the rafters. There were only six players to wear the number...

Brad Marchand Suspended


Brendan Shanahan has suspended forward Brad Marchand five games for his clipping penalty on Vancouver defenceman Sami Salo.

Friday Night Fights: Mark Recchi vs. Don Sweeney


Tale of the Tape: Mark Recchi: 5'10" 190 lbs 16 career fighting majors Don Sweeney: 5'10" 184 lbs 12 career fighting majors It may not be the craziest fight ever or two monsters standing toe...

Public Skate: Flames Already Down by Three Edition


Better late than never! Have at it!

This Week In Bruins History: Bruins Defeat Flyers at Fenway Park


Keeping up with the hype of the Winter Classic what better to do this weeks article on when the Flyers lost their first outdoor game. Except their opponent the first time was the Bruins and the...

Friday Night Fights: Adam McQuaid vs. Raffi Torres


Tale of the Tape: Adam McQuaid: 6'4" 197 lbs 21 career fighting majors Raffi Torres: 6'"0 208 lbs 24 career fighting majors This fight may only be a few days old, but most of the league if not...

This Week In Bruins History: Bruins Brawl With Rangers Fans In Stands


December 23, 1979 marks one of the most memorable events in Bruins history. The Bruins faced the Rangers during a Sunday matinee game at Madison Square Garden. With only seconds left in the...

This Week In Bruins History: Eddie Shore Ends Ace Bailey's Career


I may be a week late with this event, but it is a big moment of Bruins history that shouldn't be forgotten about. On December 12, 1933 Bruins legend Eddie Shore ended Toronto winger Ace Bailey's...

Friday Night Fights: Jay Miller vs. Chris Nilan


Tale of the Tape: Jay Miller: 6'2" 210 lbs 217 career fighting majors Chris Nilan: 6'0" 205 lbs 321 career fighting majors Two of the biggest tough guys that the game has ever seen. Jay...

This Week In Bruins History: Bruins Sink Whalers 8-2


On December 13, 1990 the Hartford Whalers took a short trip up to Boston. They probably wish they never suited up that night, because it certainly wasn't the outcome they expected once they...

This Week In Bruins History: Raising number 7 to the rafters


One of the most memorable Boston Bruins moments burned its place in the history books early December 1987. The Bruins honored hall of famer Phil Esposito by adding the number he wore for nine...

Public Skate: Somebody Has to Post it Edition


I came on here to shout Destroychuk after that hit but there was no public skate up. Have at it!

Friday Night Fights: Lyndon Byers vs. Jacques Mailhot


Tale of the Tape: Lyndon Byers: 6'1" 205 lbs 185 career fighting majors Jacques Mailhot: 6'3" 220 lbs 103 career fighting majors Lyndon Byers has always been a fan favorite here in Boston. ...

This Week In Bruins History: Shipping Out Jumbo Joe


On November 30, 2005 one of the biggest trades in Boston Bruins history went down. Joe Thornton had just signed a three year $20 million contract, but not long after re-signing his career as a...

Friday Night Fights: Terry O'Reilly vs. Dave Schultz


  Tale of the tape:   Terry O'Reilly:  6'1" 200 lbs  228 career fighting majors Dave Schultz:  6'1" 185 lbs  246 career fighting majorsOn January 25, 1976 it was just another fight between Terry...

This Week In Bruins History: Lucic Nets Natural Hat Trick


Milan Lucic had a career year during the 2010-11 season which included his second career hat-trick.  On November 18, 2010 against the Florida Panthers he earned a natural hat-trick in a 4-0 Tuukka...

Should the Bruins Trade Tuukka Rask?


The rumors are starting to flow and it is time to see how you all feel about this sore subject.  Tuukka Rask is the future goaltender of the Bruins franchise.  With Tim Thomas' age, his games per...

Friday Night Fights: Shawn Thornton vs. Riley Cote


Tale of the tape: Shawn Thornton:  6'2" 217lbs 123 career fighting majors Riley Cote:            6'2" 220lbs   68 career fighting majors There isn't much of a reason why Shawn Thornton and Riley...


Who will have a better career Tyler Seguin or Taylor Hall?

Who will have a better career Tyler Seguin or Taylor Hall?


Who will have a better career Tyler Seguin or Taylor Hall?

Being a Bruins blog there may be a lot of bias on here for this question, but who has the better career between either one of these upcoming superstars? Hall had a much better season last year even...

This Week In Bruins History: Recchi Records 900th Assist


Out of Mark Recchi's 956 assists he only recorded 65 in a Bruins uniform, but his greatest milestone recorded for this statistic was wearing the black and gold.  On November 10, 2009 he tallied...

Friday Night Fights: Andrew Ference vs. Matthew Barnaby


Tale of the Tape: Andrew Ference:  5'10" 191 lbs   27 career fighting majors Matthew Barnaby: 6'1"   191 lbs 250 career fighting majors On November 7, 2006, Andrew Ference arguably had his...

This Week In Bruins History: Sending Number 24 to the Rafters.


On October 24th 2002 the Boston Bruins retired number 24 and raised it to the rafters for eternity.  Number 24 belong to one of the toughest and hardest working players that the NHL has ever had...

Friday Night Fights: Jay Miller vs. Shane Churla


Tale of the Tape: Jay Miller:        6'2"  210lbs  204 career fighting majors Shane Churla:  6'1"  200 lbs 185 career fighting majors Back during the 1980's fighting in hockey was still in its...

The Week In Bruins History: The Making of a Legend


During the 1966-67 season, Robert Gordon Orr began his historic career with the Boston Bruins.  Bobby Orr was only eighteen years old when he played his first NHL game and became the highest paid...

Bruins looking to get even with Carolina


It has only been six days since the Bruins and the Hurricanes last squared off.  Carolina held off a late Bruins rally to secure the 3-2 win in Raleigh.   The Bruins will be looking to increase...

Friday Night Fights: Dave "Killer" Carlson vs. Barclay Donaldson


Tale of the Tape:  Dave "Killer" Carlson    ?'?"  ???lbs Barclay Donaldson:      6'0" 184lbs  After a rough start to the season it is time to sit back, relax and get a chuckle or two. This weeks...

Recap: Bruins Give Hurricanes First Win of the Season, Lose 2-3


Another disappointing effort out of the Bruins early in this young season.  Cam Ward (26 saves) shut the door for most of the game until the Bruins found the back of the net in the third period.  T...

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