Two months into the NHL, the Bruins are exactly where they wanted to be.
Seemingly dating all the way to 1967 when the NHL branched out West with a pair of franchises out on the Left Coast, there has always been an accusation of “East Coast bias” in the world of profes
Avery Bradley sat at the head of his bed and began his nightly routine. He carefully piled pillows around himself, making sure not to overextend his reach and cause any pain.
CHICAGO The lights went down for pregame introductions, and a familiar song came across the United Center PA system.
Dun dun dun, dun dunDUN dun dunDUN . . .