Monday, January 14, 2013
Fans had their first chance to see the black and gold back on the local ice on Monday with a training camp practice open to the public.
The ice at Ristuccia Arena just got a little busier. Following a Monday morning session, the Boston Bruins are officially back to work in Wilmington. With the lockout over, the team opened training camp on Sunday at TD Garden before coming back to Wilmington for their first camp ice time at their official practice facility. The team held several unofficial skates last week. "There is nothing better. These fans are unbelievable. It feels good as a player stepping on the ice and hearing those fans [cheering],” said Nathan Horton, according to a story on the Comcast SportsNet New England. “There is nothing better. It felt so good." Monday's practice will be far from the last time the Bruins will be in Wilmington this season. They'll be …
Friday, June 17, 2011
A video roundup of the area's latest developments for Friday, June 17.
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Sunday, November 14, 2010
Our launch week brought you loads of news on Veterans Day and sports, charitable and entertaining events and more.
This was our launch week and we went "live" on one of the most treasured (and busy) holidays in Wilmington–Veterans Day. We wanted to give you great, visual, coverage of the actual Veterans Day ceremony and exhibit down on the town common, and showcase the Wilmington High School band that was bigger and better than ever. But we also wanted to highlight veterans in our community, like the many veterans who continue their public service after (or during) their military service as firefighters. In addition, we also spotlighted the great work the Local Heroes, Inc. organization has done, and continues to do, for the troops by visiting them for their six-year anniversary meeting, where over 100 boxes were packaged up with …
After losing to the Ottawa Senators on Saturday at TD Garden (and not practicing on Friday), Coach Julien called a rare Sunday practice at Ristuccia Arena.
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Coach Claude Julien called off Friday’s practice following 3-1 loss to Montreal; Savard, Sturm, Boychuk, Thomas, and Rask the only Bruins who took the ice.
- Jay Oza
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Boston Bruins host the Ottawa Senators, another division rival, tonight at TD Garden. Head coach Claude Julien called off Friday's practice at Ristuccia Arena for most of his players following a 3-1 loss to their division rival the Montreal Canadiens. "I just felt that last night, in the third period, we really kind of looked tired," said Julien whose team was outscored 2-0 in the game-deciding final-period. "We've kind of eliminated the fatigue excuse by giving them the day off today." The Bruins have been following a jam-packed schedule of 11 games in 19 days. "Didn't think there's much we would have done today that would benefit us in tomorrow's game," added Julien, whose squad did participate in off-ice workouts. Despite the whittled…