On Thursday, the winner of the Jack Adams Award was revealed. The Jack Adams Award is given to the head coach that is considered to be the best in the NHL for that season, voted by the NHL Broadcasters’ Association. While Carolina Hurricanes’ head coach Rod Brind’Amour rightfully took home the honor, Boston Bruins‘ head coach Bruce Cassidy was disrespected in the voting.
Several days after Boston Bruins forward Taylor Hall suggested he could take a discount to remain with the club, coach Bruce Cassidy told reporters he hopes the impending free agent will strongly consider spending at least one full season with the organization. "I think the benefit of being here for...
There were plenty of people clamoring for Bruce Cassidy to start Jeremy Swayman during the second-round series against the New York Islanders. Predictably, that clamoring got even louder after the series ended and it was revealed that Tuukka Rask was playing hurt and would need hip surgery. The guess as...
The Red Sox lost to the Blue Jays 18-4 on Sunday. Toronto mashed eight home runs, sending Boston starter Martin Perez from the game having recorded just four outs. And Patriots mandatory mini camp is underway, but cornerback Stephon Gilmore is not present:. Bruce Cassidy on Tuukka Rask: Following the...
A Man Claimed to be Swallowed By a Whale on Cape Cod // Bruce Cassidy Speaks to the Media // Bruins Roster Thoughts – 6/14 (Hour 3)
(0:00) A Cape Cod man claimed to be swallowed by a whale this weekend. (10:50) Another crazy ocean encounter story, this time in Rhode Island. (23:10) Bruce Cassidy spoke to the media this morning and the guys react to what he had to say and they give their thoughts on the Bruins roster.
Rangers Roundup: A look at Blueshirts RFA’s, and would Bruins’ Bruce Cassidy be a fit behind the bench?
The New York Rangers have a handful of RFA’s they need to get under contract. Pavel Buchnevich and Igor Shesterkin are at the top of their To-Do List, but there are others. Let’s take a quick look. New York Rangers RFA’s. While there is no firm date on when qualifying...
After Bruce Cassidy's criticism of the officials Monday night, few were surprised to see the NHL slap him with a $25,000 fine. Except Bruce Cassidy, apparently. The Bruins head coach said Tuesday he didn't believe his remarks after Boston's Game 5 loss to the Islanders -- in which he accused the officials of holding the New York "Saints" to a double standard and being influenced by Barry Trotz's recent comments about Patrice Bergeron -- warranted any punishment.
Islanders fans troll Bruce Cassidy, Bruins with 'New York Saints' chant, and hockey Twitter loved it
After the New York Islanders beat the Boston Bruins at home on Monday in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference second round, Boston coach Bruce Cassidy had some harsh criticism for the NHL’s officiating crew. And in Wednesday’s Game 6, Islanders fans trolled Cassidy and hilariously threw his words right...
Boston Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy was fined $25,000 on Tuesday for criticizing the officiating after his team's Game 5 loss to the New York Islanders on Monday night. Cassidy theorized that the Islanders have fooled the referees into believing they're a squeaky-clean team. "This is my take on it: We're...
Boston Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy has been fined $25,000 after criticizing the officiating crew following the team's Game 5 loss against the New York Islanders on Monday. Cassidy had claimed that the Islanders got the benefit of certain calls and hinted that the series hasn't been officiated fairly. Here's...
The Bruins are on the brink of elimination after they suffered a 5-4 loss to the Islanders. And coming out of the contest, there are questions about Tuukka Rask. Boston's long-time goaltender was replaced ahead of the third period Monday night by Jeremy Swayman. There wasn't any injury update about Rask during the game, so that raised questions from the Bruins faithful.
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Oh, Bruce Cassidy, you shouldn’t have. No. Really. You shouldn’t have. Cassidy’s Bruins were already going to be skating into a cauldron of sound and fury Wednesday night at Nassau Coliseum. Part of that is because the Old Barn on Hempstead Turnpike really is, and always has been, noisier and more cantankerous than your cranky neighbor, especially when its favored tenants, the Islanders, are playing.
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The deeper the playoff run, the harder it is for a team to harness its emotions. This tense second-round series between the Bruins and Islanders has proven that heading into Game 6 on Wednesday night at Nassau Coliseum. The Islanders lead the series 3-2 and, with a win, would advance to the Stanley Cup semifinals against the Lightning, who knocked off the Hurricanes on Tuesday.