Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Upload a photo of yourself in your B's gear or your shrine to the home team.
The Boston Bruins play Game 1 of the National Hockey League finals against the Chicago Blackhawks tonight at 8 on NBC. We want to know what you're planning to do for the big game. Will you get all dressed up in your Bruins garb, or do you have a Bruins sign or a shrine in your home? Take a picture and upload it here by clicking on the "Upload Photos and Videos" button above. And if you're looking for a local place to watch the game with some other B's fans, click here.
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Where are you planning to watch the Bruins playoff run?
Norwood hockey fans unite, it's playoff time. Tonight the Bruins start their 2012 post-season run, defending the Stanley Cup's home in Boston. The black and gold will take on the Washington Capitals at 7:30 p.m. at the TD Garden. So where will you be watching the Bruins throw down for the honor of the ever-elusive Stanley Cup repeat? If you're struggling for an answer, here are a few local favorites to try out: Jake 'n JOES: Plenty of bar space, plenty of table space, and plenty of very large televisions for game-watching. Not to mention an extensive menu of bar favorites and sports photos covering the walls. T.G.I. Friday's: Colorful, with a wide variety of food and drink options, Friday's bar is a great place to gather some friends and …
Monday, April 2, 2012
Brown was one of this year's MIAA/Boston Bruins Sportsmanship Award winners, honored last week at the TD Garden.
For the 10th year, the MIAA and Boston Bruins partnered to honor student-athletes from every boys' and girls' high school ice hockey league in the state for best exemplifying a commitment to the ideals of sportsmanship throughout the season, the Boston Herald reported. These student-athletes were selected by representatives of their league according to the following award criteria: Now a senior at Norwood High School, hockey player Matt Brown has been confined to a wheelchair since an injury during a game in 2010. “Matt has been a true leader at Norwood High School and the entire community," Norwood Head Coach Bill Clifford said. "His upbeat personality makes everyone around him feel special. He uses his handicap to inspire everyone who …
Saturday, March 3, 2012
Norwood's Matt Brown dropped the ceremonial puck at the Boston Bruins-New York Islanders' game. The Bruins lost to the Islanders, 3-2. at the Boston Garden.
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Boston Bruins re-birth brings memories of a past sports love affair
Now it's become one of those May-December relationships, but it wasn't always that way. Before, I was the young one and they were the old ones. We're back and we're in love again. I guess that's how winning a Stanley Cup changes a relationship. It will never be the same. Granted, we've never really left each other. There were moments now of what it was like back then. But then again, first loves are very special. Besides, too many things have changed in the relationship over the years. It was a different time and, in a way, a much different game. Players didn't wear helmets, and there were only 10 TV stations and only little more hockey teams. We've become way too busy with other things these days, and there are teams in Phoenix, …
Sunday, January 1, 2012
As we say hello to 2012, Patch editors are looking back at the events of 2011.
What is our best Boston sports event in 2011? Here's a clue they are named after an animal and are a wicked cool bunch. Usually, our editors are the ones asking the questions for the New Year's weekend, but we're turning the tables a bit. We've been asked for our top picks in movies, books, songs, person of the year, event of the year and best Boston sports moment. In round three, we give our top Boston Sporting event of 2011. After reading ours, please share yours with us in the comment section. Kelly Glista, Norwood Patch Editor-The Bruins winning the Stanley Cup, no contest. It shifted the attention of fans who were previously unexcited about hockey, it gave the already loyal fans a renewed hope, and was celebrated with one of the …
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Submitted photos from the Bruins rolling rally Saturday.
Yesterday we asked for your photos from the Bruins parade on Saturday, celebrating the return of Lord Stanley's Cup to Boston. Here are the photos submitted by your neighbors and a few from the staff here at Norwood Patch! Have some photos of your own? Send them to us at Kelly.Glista@Patch.com and we'll add them to the gallery!
Monday, June 20, 2011
The Bruins and their fans welcomed the Stanley Cup home in style on Saturday morning.
More than a million fans mobbed the streets of Boston on Saturday to celebrate the Bruins victory over the Vancouver Canucks to bring the Stanley Cup back to Boston for the first time since 1972. The Boston duck boats rolled down the parade route from the TD Banknorth Garden to Copley Square, carrying Bruins players, coaches and staff. Bruins captain Zdeno Chara and other players hoisted the sought after cup above their heads, relishing in the long-awaited victory. Norwood Patch was there to see the historic day, were you? Send your photos, video and parade stories to Kelly.Glista@Patch.com!
Did you make it to the Bruins championship parade in Boston?
The Boston Bruins brought the Stanley Cup home last week for the first time since 1972, and on Saturday the team celebrated with thousands of fans on the streets of their home city with the championship parade. Folks were lining up on the parade route starting as early as 6:00 a.m. to see the parade of duck boats holding Bruins players, coaches and, of course, the Stanley Cup. The parade began at 11:00 a.m. at the TD Banknorth Garden and continued on to Copley Square, but fans lined the streets well past the official end point - hoping to catch a glimpse of the champions. Now, Norwood Patch wants YOUR stories from the rolling rally. Send photos, videos, and tales of your parade watching ventures to Kelly.Glista@Patch.com to have them …
Friday, June 17, 2011
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