BostonBruins.com and BruinsCast are happy to present an interview with Hockey Hall of Famer Milt Schmidt. Schmidt, 88, is still a Bruin at heart and watches the B’s on television and visits the Garden whenever he can. He has an overwhelming affection for Boston and Bruins fans in particular, and would talk to you for hours about his many fine days playing, coaching and managing the Boston Bruins. Milt remains the only person in Bruins history to play, captain, coach and serve as general manager of the club.
I was pleased to meet with Mr. Schmidt in Montreal previous to his being honored at the Bell Centre in a celebration commemorating the Bruins and Canadiens rivalry.
It was truly one of the greatest moments of my professional life -- he is truly a great man.Click here to listen to the interview...and enjoy!B’s in Chi
The Bruins practiced at the United Center in Chicago this morning where they await their match up with the Blackhawks. Practice was said to have been uneventful, with the guys running the usual drills for about an hour.World Juniors
As previously stated, the Bruins have five prospects playing in the World Junior Hockey Championship. Skaters, Team, G-A-P, GP
Yuri Alexandrov, Russia, 0-0-0, 1
Mikko Lehtonen, Finland, 3-1-4, 2Brad Marchand
, Canada, 1-0-1, 2
Vladimir Sobotka, Czech Republic, 2-0-2, 2Goalie, Team, Record: W-L-T, GAA, SV%, GPTuukka Rask
, Finland, record: 1-0-1, 3.03, .875, 2
Mikko Lehtonen of Finland is second in tournament goal scoring with three, and tied for fourth in scoring with four total points.
Meanwhile, team USA fell to Brad Marchand
and Canada 6-3 yesterday.
Tuuka Rask, alongside Lehtonen, defeated Vladimir Sobotka and the Czech Republic, 6-2.