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Bruins Win The Stanley Cup

June 16, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NHL

The Boston Bruins are Stanley Cup Champions.

The Boston Bruins have won the Stanley Cup, and might need a new logo.

The Boston Bruins have won the Stanley Cup, and might need a new logo.


Three Super Bowl wins, two World Series titles and an NBA Championship. Yet something was missing.

After all of Boston’s triumphs over the past decade, the party never quite seemed complete. No matter how much fun the city’s had or how memorable the moments have been, there’s always been that one little X factor that has kept the party from being a full-fledged blowout for the ages.

Ah, yes, it’s a Bruins Stanley Cup victory. Well, rejoice.

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