The 2011 Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup because of three reasons. One, Tim Thomas in goal. Two, depth. Three, effort. It is that last one that has been increased in 2013, somehow, some way, by these current Bruins.
Bruins-Penguins had the most intrigue of any Stanley Cup playoff series for the simple reason that the two teams play completely different styles. Boston plays tough and with depth and scores big goals at big times. Pittsburgh scores all the time and flies up and down the ice, the total finesse team that relies on superstar players.
The Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 2010. The Kings raised Lord Stanley in 2012 as the first 8-seed to do so. Now, these two teams will face-off in the Western Conference Finals for the right to play for the Cup again. Here is a series preview.
Bob Ryan, legendary NBA columnist and reporter for the Boston Globe, recently joined Mike Lindsley on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio to talk NBA playoffs, LeBron James and his Mount Rushmore and All-NBA First Team roster in league history
NFL Hall of Famer and two-time Super Bowl champ Larry Little recently joined Mike Lindsley on 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio to chat about his career with the Chargers and Dolphins, the 1972 undefeated Miami team, Don Shula and the upcoming Hall of Fame Classic Dinner to benefit the Ronald McDonald House
The Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins will play in the 2013 Eastern Conference Finals. Two distinct styles of play will be on display in this match-up. The Bruins, with their deep team and four lines, like to punish the opponent with forechecking and winning battles in the corners, eventually scoring the big goal
David Stern was hired as NBA commissioner in 1984. One of his big goals was to globalize the game. Stern wanted to also make the league more professional, expand it to 30 franchises and have superstars on television more often. Stern stressed to the NBA higher-ups that if teamwork took place, success would follow.
NFL Hall of Fame lineman Joe DeLamielleure recently joined Mike Lindsley on 104.5 The Team and talked about the lack of respect and pensions for retired NFL players, his days with the Buffalo Bills and the Electric Company and the Ronald McDonald House Charities' Hall of Fame Classic Dinner
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