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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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This Week In Bruins History: October 11, 1979, Ray Bourque's Debut

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The Quebec born Raymond Bourque made his NHL debut with the Boston Bruins against the first edition of the Winnipeg Jets.    Bourque was fresh off being named best defencemen of the year...

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What's your favorite hang out before or after the game?

Thought it would be fun to see where everyone goes when they come to a game.  I threw a bunch of places in a poll and I know there are others out there but I can't name all of them.

Friday Night Fights: Cam Neely vs. Scot Kleinendorst/Shayne Corson

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Tale of the Tape:  Under-card: Cam Neely:                6'1"  218 lbs,  94 career fighting majors Scot Kleinendorst:      6'3"  205 lbs, 39 career fighting majors   Main Event: Cam Neely:  ...

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Fantasy hockey all goon league: League info posted.

I was just thinking it would be fun to have a Fantasy hockey league where guys like Shawn Thornton and George Parros would be drafted in the spots that Crosby and Ovechkin normally would go.  Any...

This Week In Bruins History: October 2010 in Prague

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In early October 2010, the Boston Bruins traveled to Prague, Czech Republic to kick the season off.  It marked the first time in fifty years that the Bruins played on European ice when they joined...

Friday Night Fights: Zdeno Chara vs. David Koci

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Tale of the Tape:  Zdeno Chara:    6'9"  251 lbs 1,385 career penalty minutes David Koci:       6'6"  238 lbs    461 career penalty minutes It may not have been a good idea that David Koci decided...

Friday Night Fights: Bobby Orr vs. Keith Magnuson

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  Bobby Orr is arguable the greatest to have ever laced up a pair of skates.  Here in Boston there is no argument at all. Orr revolutionized the defensive position with quickness and a scoring...

Friday Night Fights: Boston vs. Dallas

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This weeks Friday Night Fights will go in a different direction.  There has been some history between the Boston Bruins and the Dallas Stars.  The feud stared back when the Stars were know as the...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Finals- Horton vs. Montreal Line Brawl

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It has finally come down to the two key moments voted by all of you.  It comes as no surprise that the Montreal Canadiens are a part of each of these moments.  Nathan Horton's series clinching goal...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Horton vs. Thomas

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It is no surprise at all that after these recent playoffs that there would be a Thomas and Horton moment fighting for a spot in the finals.  Without the effort from this pair of heroes it is...

Friday Night Fights: McCrimmon vs. Goulet

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Tale of the Tape: Brad McCrimmon:   5'11" 193lbs 1461 career penalty minutes Micheal Goulet:       6'1"  185lbs   825 career penalty minutes Seeing how I write an article for Friday Night Fights...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Thomas vs. ummm Thomas

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Today's second round moments have Tim Thomas going against well, Himself.  You all voted for the highway robbery on goon Steve Downie as well as Thomas sending Henrik Sedin packing.  These two...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Horton vs. Krejci

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Today starts round two of the Greatest moment of the 2010-11 season.  In round one Nathan Horton's game seven winning goal against Montreal edged out Micheal Ryder's ridiculous glove save and David...

Friday Night Fights: Michael Komisarek vs Milan Lucic

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Tale of the Tape:   Michael Komisarek:     6'5" 243lbs 622 career penalty minutes Milan Lucic:                 6'4" 220lbs 390 career penalty minutes Here is a match up that many of you may have...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Horton vs. Thomas

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There are so many key moments of the Stanley Cup Finals last season, however these two may strand out over all of the rest of them.  Nathan Horton won the heart's of Bruins fans all over, but this...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Thomas vs. Seguin

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 Today's pair of moments come courtesy of the Eastern Conference Finals against Tampa Bay.  The kid Tyler Seguin shows what everyone thought he was made of and well, TIm Thomas shows us all for the...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Krejci vs. Orr

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Today's best moments features David Krejci's three game winning goals during the sweeping of the Flyers and Bobby Orr waiving Nathan Horton's flag before the start of game four vs. Vancouver....

Friday Night Fights: Stephen Peat Vs. P.J Stock

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  P.J Stock vs. Stephen Peat, January 5, 2002 at the Fleet Center in Boston. Tale of the Tape:   Stephen Peat:    6'3"  210lbs 234 career penalty minutes P.J Stock:          5'10" 190lbs...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Ryder vs. Horton

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 In the next couple of weeks we will be bringing you sixteen of the top moments of the Boston Bruins 2010-11 season.  We have separated the nominees into two categories:  Post season and regular...

Friday Night Fights: Stan Jonathan vs. Pierre Bouchard

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  Stan Jonathan and Pierre Bouchard- Boston vs. Montreal May 21st, 1978   Tale of the Tape:   Pierre Bouchard:  6'2" 205lbs, 433 career penalty minutes Stan Jonathan:      5'8" 175lbs, 751 career...

Friday Night Fights: Shawn Thornton Vs. Eric Boulton

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In the first installment of Friday Night Fights - from 2010, Shawn Thornton vs. Eric Boulton [VIDEO]

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Bruins Fan Gets Interesting Tattoo

This morning I tuned into 98.5 the Sports Hub for a few minutes.  Apparently some guy got a new tattoo with the scene of Nathan Horton pouring the Garden water on the ice in Vancouver.  The little...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Mark Recchi

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  Grade A-   Talk about leaving the game in style.  That is exactly what veteran and now three time Stanley Cup champion Mark Recchi did.  Recchi only wore the eight spoked B for two years and...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Adam McQuaid

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  Grade- B+ Adam McQuaid started the season battling for a roster spot with the big boys. After the 19 games he played last season and early this season it seemed that McQuaid was a poor man's...

We have decided to steal an idea from Gahden Gremlins and create our own best moments of the...

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We have decided to steal an idea from Gahden Gremlins and create our own best moments of the 2010-11 Boston Bruins season. We want everyone to contribute with their comments on what you think are the greatest moments. There are no limits on types of moments or number of responses. If you have ten, share all ten. We will pick the top sixteen moments and create a bracket to vote upon. Let’s hear what you think!

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: David Krejci

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Bruins 2010-11 Report Cards: David Krejci

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