Friday, June 17, 2011
With the Boston Bruins victory parade rolling through the city and bridge construction work underway, state police are advising drivers to find alternative routes to take this weekend.
[Editor's note: Below is a press statement issued by the Massachusetts State Police.] The Massachusetts State Police are urging motorists who live north of Boston who plan to use Route 93 to drive to and from the city on Saturday to consider alternate routes, as the combination of the next phase of the “Fast 14” bridge replacement project and the Bruins championship parade is expected to cause significantly heavy traffic on that highway. The parade begins at 11 a.m. tomorrow; traffic into the city is expected to begin getting heavy several hours earlier as huge crowds are expected to line the parade route. At the same time, the third weekend of the “Fast 14” project – in which a series of bridges along Route 93 in Medford are being …
Wish the Bruins congratulations on their first Stanley Cup since 1972, and show everyone how big a fan you are with photos or videos.
So you think you're a Bruins fan? Show your Bruins pride by posting a congratulatory note below in the comment section. So you think you're a really big Bruins fan? Show us by posting a photo or video here—we want to see you in your Black and Gold, or maybe a video from Game 7 showing an eruption of cheers where ever you were watching the game. Simply click the "add image" link below and to the right of the photo above and follow the easy instructions. And we'd love to see photos of you and your family representing Stoneham at the victory parade in Boston on Saturday. But hey, that's only something a real fan would do.
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Did you celebrate the Boston Bruins' 4-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks Wednesday night to win the Stanley Cup? Email your photos to email@example.com or upload them to this post.
Did you have a Boston Bruins party in Stoneham Wednesday night to celebrate the team's 4-0 victory over the Vancouver Canucks to claim the Stanley Cup? Email your celebration photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or upload them to this post by clicking the "add image" link below the photo gallery area. Also make sure to add caption information for each photo you submit. Let's make this a festive Bruins gallery so post as many photos as you'd like. You can also email photos to us on Saturday from the Bruins' victory parade, which kicks off at 11 a.m. at TD Garden and ends at Copley Plaza.
The Bruins' victory parade rolls through Boston starting at 11 a.m. Saturday.
The Boston Bruins, fresh off a 4-0 Stanley Cup Finals-clinching shutout of the Vancouver Canucks Wednesday night in Vancouver, have returned home and one question has been bounced around quite a bit since the game ended: When is the victory parade? According to published reports, the parade will kick off at 11 a.m. Saturday at the TD Garden and end at Copley Plaza. Are you heading to the parade? If so, post a comment below and submit your photos from the event with caption information to email@example.com.