Many of you have been reading for a lot longer than the last two weeks. To those of you who have stuck around, thanks for sticking with us - I know it's been a bit of a change from what we were all used to, and I'm thrilled that you're still here. To those of you that followed us from Something's Bruin or just jumped on board at the end of the playoff run, thanks for your loyalty.
As promised last week, a long overdue introduction:
Michael Taylor (@MTaylorJ1) - graduate of Bentley University, this is my first experience with any kind of writing, although I did write my own college football "magazine" in middle school. Favorite Bruins memory is the blur that was the last two months. Favorite Hockey (non-Bruins) Memory the first ever Hockey East Championship game in 1985, Chris Terreri makes 65 saves, Friars beat BC in 2OT, and a 5 year old makes it half way up the glass as fans try to rush the ice. Fun Fact: Finally started playing hockey 6 years ago.
Jon Bowman I'm currently an Econ major at Northeastern University and actually man the shiny new cameras that go along with NU's athletics websites (and the big board at Matthews). Not to brag, but former coach Cronin praised my work individually. So that was totally a brag. I have written at other places (including the gigantic fanpost most of you might have read right before game 7), but (other than that) nowhere and nothing I want you guys to see. It's pretty awful.
My favorite Bruins memory is Game 6 against Montreal a few years back. That whole year I was back and forth with a Canadiens fan schoolmate of mine, and I tried to get tickets so her and I could go to the game. That didn't happen, and I was pissed I wasn't there, but it was fun gloating afterwards. Also: Sturmface.