Are Boston Bruins fans a stressed fan base?


Have you ever read something about the NHL and Boston Bruins that doesn’t make sense at any level? To the extent that you wonder if it was just written to let people talk about any fictional topic that the part delves into, in the depths of hockey offseason. Well, don’t look anymore.

Here’s a list of the “Most Stressed NHL Fan Bases” in the National Hockey League, and it’s crazy.

No, the Maple Leafs aren’t even in the top twenty. It’s a dead gift that this is some kind of wackadoo list.

And somehow Tampa Bay Lightning fans aren’t ranked No. 32, even though they watched their team win the Stanley Cup champions back to back and would be at the bottom of the list by any metric known to man.

I’m not even sure who actually made this list, but here he is in 7th place with Boston Bruins fans, even though he has won the Stanley Cup for the last 10 years and boasted of a team that is in the Stanley Cup playoffs every season.

So do you feel stressed by Boston Bruins fans and what does it even mean to be a “stressed NHL fan base”? I have so many questions, but at this point we will move on to the rest of our links to BHN Puck:

* Our friends from Vancouver Hockey Now had the latest news that NHL players are definitely getting ready for the Olympics. This is also liked by NHL players, who are the biggest reason why they continue to suspend the basic part of the NHL and participate in the Olympic Games. (Vancouver Hockey now)

* Don’t tear the city of Detroit around the great Darren McCarty of the Red Wings. You won’t like his answer if you do. (Detroit hockey now)

* Sounds like a done deal for NHL players to skate at the 2022 Winter Olympics, so which Boston Bruins players will participate in the tournament? (Boston hockey now)

* AJ Quetta said that his goal is to “walk again” and I will never doubt what this brave child is capable of. It’s great to hear him talk about his progress after last winter’s spinal cord injury. (

* The Montreal Canadiens are not in a position to win Jesperi Kotkaniemi after being offered by Carolina Hurricanes over the weekend. Sure, there was an element of revenge in this, but he’s also the player the Canes obviously wanted, given the annual offer of more than $ 6 million to lure him. (Athletics)

* Speaking of Kotkaniemi, FOH (Haggs’ friend) Dan Kingerski wonders how offers could affect the rest of the market now. (Pittsburgh Hockey now)

* Colin Blackwell will wear the same number 43 with the Seattle Kraken that he wore last season when the New York Rangers released career numbers.

* Newly launched New York Rangers head coach discusses how Public Enemy No. 1, Tom Wilson, will behave ahead this season. (New York Post)

* How have I never seen Letterkenny until last weekend? OMG, this is a mandatory watch for anyone who loves hockey or spends some time in Canada. And Jim Playfair’s baby is about to run. Fun things.

* For something completely different: What about the drama on so many national morning shows? It seems that the morning show of each station is full of ego and drama. (The Daily Beast)

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