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B’s Foundation Represented in Milton 5K

BostonBruins.com — On Saturday the Black & Gold shed skates for sneakers as members of the Boston Bruins Foundation staff participated in the Best Buddies Massachusetts Milton 5K Gobbler.

"We participate in at least one charity race a month, and they’re very casual," said Erin McEvoy, Boston Bruins Foundation Manager, who ran in this weekend’s event. "We have people who are advanced runners that crush it in 25 minutes, and then we have people that show up that day and haven’t run since the last time we showed up together." 

As the popularity of road races caught on with some B’s employees and BBF volunteers, running for charitable organizations — all while representing the Boston Bruins Foundation — seemed a natural fit.

An Eager Study

Through the eyes of many teammates, Craig Cunningham has seen what it takes to make it through the AHL ranks of Providence, up I-95 to 93, and to the TD Garden. No toll is required, but there is a certain price to pay — a hockey commitment — in order to earn the right to wear Black & Gold in Boston.

Top NCAA Teams Boast B's Prospects

The puck will drop on the college hockey season as NCAA action officially kicks off this weekend. But before skates are sharpened, sticks are taped, and fans pack on campus arenas throughout the country, teams are already ranked and several Boston Bruins prospects appear on the country’s most elite rosters.

Back to Campus: Ben Sexton

“I think internally here we have a mentality and an attitude that we are going to win this year,” Sexton said of his Clarkson club. “This is my third year and we haven’t made it past the first round of the playoffs, and I’m looking forward to a leadership role here…I think everyone here has the mentality that we can’t accept losing in the first round, we need to be a top team in the ECAC every year.”

Providence is Back to Practice

Training camp for the Providence Bruins opened up Friday in North Smithfield, Rhode Island with a mixed group of young and experienced players hoping to mesh before their season opens up October 12.

Where Lucic Wants to "B"

Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli has made it increasingly clear this offseason that he and the franchise are invested in keeping together a B’s core that won a Stanley Cup in 2011. On Saturday, the organization took another step in that direction, re-signing Milan Lucic to a three-year contract extension worth $6 million annually.

B's Tee Off for Charity at 9th Annual Golf Tourney

For the ninth consecutive year, Bruins players past and present traded in their hockey sticks for golf clubs—if only for a brief 18 holes—to compete in the Boston Bruins Golf Tournament presented by TD Bank.