Wagner

15 Dec 18
CBS Boston

Jake Guentzel tipped in Kris Letang’s shot midway through the third period to fend off a Boston rally, and Pittsburgh goaltender Casey DeSmith made it stand up as the Penguins beat the Bruins 5-3 on Friday night.

15 Dec 18
Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jake Guentzel tipped in Kris Letang’s shot midway through the third period to fend off a Boston rally, and Pittsburgh goaltender Casey DeSmith made it stand up as the Penguins beat the Bruins 5-3 on Friday night. Boston’s Chris Wagner and David Krejci scored in a 54-second span of the third to […]

15 Dec 18
CBS Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh goaltender Casey DeSmith made it stand up as the Penguins beat the Bruins 5-3 on Friday night.

15 Dec 18
National Post

PITTSBURGH — Jake Guentzel tipped in Kris Letang’s shot midway through the third period to fend off a Boston rally, and Pittsburgh goaltender Casey DeSmith made it stand up as the Penguins beat the Bruins 5-3 on Friday night. Boston’s Chris Wagner and David Krejci scored in a 54-second span of the third to erase […]

15 Dec 18
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x6yzae5″ width=”480″ height=”270″] The Boston Bruins’ top trio rightfully has received the bulk of the praise this season, but it was another line that kept the Black and Gold in the thick of things Friday night. Bruce Cassidy shuffled up his fourth line a bit for the matchup with the Pittsburgh Penguins, as […]

15 Dec 18
La Razón

El arte de las primeras décadas del siglo XX tuvo dos sellos distintivos: la decepción y la búsqueda. Egon Schiele (1890-1918), artista precoz nacido en Viena, no fue ajeno al sentimiento trágico que lo rodeaba, exacerbado por la muerte de Dios que anunció Nietzsche. Arropado por Gustav Klimt empezó a explorar y captar el inconsciente en sus lienzos. A lo largo de su breve carrera —murió a los veintiocho años—, Schiele retrató seres rotos, que miraban hacia adentro, desgarradamente solos: seres del nuevo siglo.

15 Dec 18
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x6yzae5″ width=”480″ height=”270″] The Boston Bruins appeared to have all the momentum during the third period Friday night at PPG Paints Arena. Boston entered the frame trailing the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-1, but the Bruins tied the game with goals from Chris Wagner and David Krejci. After tying the game, the B’s went on […]

15 Dec 18
BLACK N GOLD HOCKEY PODCAST

By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj  Pre-Game Notes Arena: PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA Home: Pittsburgh Penguins (13-11-6) Away: Boston Bruins (17-10-4) The Boston Bruins come into Friday’s matchup with the Pittsburgh Penguins with a three-game win streak over the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ottawa Senators, and Arizona Coyotes. The […]

15 Dec 18
Pittsburgh Hockey Now

PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Penguins needed to get rid of the sour taste from their loss to Chicago on Wednesday. That went double for Evgeni Malkin who was roundly criticized by fans and media, alike and even linemate Phil Kessel who is generally off limits to such negativity. So it was Malkin and his linemates […]

15 Dec 18
Michelle Wagner

When you closed your business and paid your creditors, you thought, “that’s the end of that,” and moved on to other endeavors. Well, maybe not. If you have products out there that can cause injuries, among other potential liabilities, you could be involved in a lawsuit long after you have closed your doors. It’s always […]

15 Dec 18
passing words

She’s not like other girls. A lock of raven hair peeks out from her red cap and mismatched scarf. She’s far too mysterious for blond hair and the uniform clothing that litter every store in the mall. The man that is lucky enough to date her would never be taken to Starbucks or dinner and […]

15 Dec 18
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x6wpqrv” width=”480″ height=”270″] The Boston Bruins didn’t come out on top Friday, but it certainly wasn’t due to a lack of guts. After facing two separate two-goal deficits to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Bruins rallied to tie the score just over the midway point of the third period. Boston’s win streak would be […]

15 Dec 18
Boston Herald
PITTSBURGH —  If catch-up hockey is losing hockey, it may have finally caught up with the Bruins. Just two nights after scoring four times in 4:50 while trailing by two against Arizona, and less than a week after scoring the final two to win in Ottawa, the Bruins scored twice in less than a minute to tie it against the Penguins in the third. But, the Penguins scored with under 10 minutes to go to break the tie and held on for the 5-3 win, snapping the Bruins winning streak. The Bruins scored twice late within a minute to tie the game at three after allowing Pittsburgh to score on three of its first 17 shots, including one shorthanded. “At the end of the day we overcame that,” said Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy. “Unfortunately, not a puck luck around their net…. It’s kind of a fortunate deflection to get the winning goal.” Like the past couple of games for the Bruins, the pace started slow. This time, however, they didn’t get it going in time to withstand a rush from the Penguins. After Penguins goalie Casey DeSmith, who finished with 48 saves, effectively robbed Brad Marchand of his 11th goal of the season, the home team went down ice a couple of minutes later to strike first. Derek Grant took the puck from behind the net and wrapped it around Jaroslav Halak’s right pad for his second tally of the year and a 1-0 Penguins lead with 2:12 left in the first. Former Bruin Phil Kessel doubled the lead early in the second period. The winger went back and forth with Evgeni Malkin just underneath the blueline before taking a pass at the left faceoff dot and sniping it in with 18:01 to go in the middle frame. Chris Wagner took a long outlet pass from Halak with 12:30 left in the second and got in tight enough on DeSmith for the officials to review if it had found the net, but it was determined there was no goal. The puck was sitting on DeSmith’s chest as he lay down in the crease and the whistle was blown before Sean Kuraly knocked it in. Brandon Carlo snapped his 116-game scoreless streak in the second, taking a pass from Wagner with 8:07 to go and blasting a shot top corner to cut the Penguins lead to 2-1. When it seemed like the Bruins might steal some momentum with a late power play, the Penguins snatched it right back. Zach Aston-Reese took advantage of a Bruins defensive breakdown with the puck exiting the attacking zone, and the Northeastern alum made it 3-1 Pens with 58 seconds left in the period. On the two-on-one, Torey Krug committed to pinching the rushing attacker along the boards while Charlie McAvoy fell behind on the play, essentially giving Aston-Reese a breakaway chance on Halak. “I put the puck down and I’m trying to get it back along the wall, there’s not really much time for me,” said McAvoy. “I’m trying to get back, turns out it’s a two-on-one, so I have to be better and make a stronger play.” Chris Wagner ripped a shot glove-side with 12:52 left in the game to bring them back within one. Less than a minute later, David Krejci broke free and buried a shot just under the crossbar to tie it. Pittsburgh was quick to erase the tie. They won an offensive zone faceoff with 9:13 left and Kris Letang fired a shot from up high that was tipped by Jake Guentzel for the 4-3 lead. Despite a late rush from the Bruins, challenging DeSmith from every angle including two great chances from Jakob Forsbacka Karlsson with the clock ticking down, the Penguins held on, potting an empty netter from Aston-Reese with 5.2 seconds left. “We come back in the third period and are feeling good, lost a faceoff in the D-zone, it’s in the back of the net,” said Krejci. “It’s tough to come back twice in one period against a team like this.”
15 Dec 18
Angel Pardo's Horticulture 10 Portfolio

On one of our Wagner Wednesdays, our class had created Whoville trees. It was a really fun project to create, but also quite difficult. In the end, my tree turned out to be great. I had problems with the stability of the tree because one side is leaning over. Future projects like this in horticulture […]