Let The Games Begin


The first official preseason game for the Boston Bruins will take place tonight at the Bell Centre in Montreal against the Canadiens.

Bruins have announced the line-up expected to suit up for the game.


Patrice Bergeron
Gregory Campbell
Jordan Caron
Nathan Horton
Brian McGrattan
Daniel Paille
Mark Recchi
Jeremy Reich
Max Sauve
Tyler Seguin
Ryan Spooner
Blake Wheeler


Matt Bartkowski
Andrew Bodnarchuk
Johnny Boychuk
Matt Hunwick
Adam McQuaid
Dennis Seidenberg


Tuukka Rask
Nolan Schaefer

Meanwhile, Peter Chiarelli, in an interview on 98.5 The Sports Hub this morning, reiterated that the timetable on Marc Savard’s return from his current bout of post-concussion in uncertain and that a recent report that he could miss the entire season is false. He was hesitant to offer any actual details on the situation, however, and sounded rather guarded and tense while discussing it. “It could be two weeks, it could be a month…we don’t know.”

He also disclosed that it was “later in summer” when “he told us” about the symptoms, feeding a small amount of fuel to the conspiracy fires that suggest there might be more to this than simply a medical issue. He played dumb when asked whether or not the news came after Savard spoke publicly about his displeasure about the team’s obvious attempts to trade him this off season.

This won’t be the last we hear of this issue, you can be sure.


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4 Responses to “Let The Games Begin”

  1. nightfly Says:

    Bondarchuk and Boychuk? Too bad you couldn’t get Anton Babchuk out of the KHL and Richard Matvichuk out of retirement, you could monopolize “chuk” defenders.

  2. Ken Socrates Says:

    With Dave Andreychuck at LW and Clint Malarchuk in goal? Maybe throw in Chuck Kobasew for a laugh.

  3. nightfly Says:

    Well, Keith Tkachuk is still, technically, an active player… You could have Steve Konowalchuk coaching and really make it a theme!

  4. Ken Socrates Says:

    Here’s where I need to admit that the first name for this blog that I came up with was Puck Amuck.

    Or should that have been Amok? Never quite decided.

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