DAN SHAUGHNESSY
Season comes to a sudden end for champion Bruins 
- The Spoked-Bs were sent home Wednesday night, losing Game 7 of their first-round series to the upstart Washington Capitals in front of a stunned TD Garden sellout crowd.

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Season comes to a sudden end for champion Bruins

- The Spoked-Bs were sent home Wednesday night, losing Game 7 of their first-round series to the upstart Washington Capitals in front of a stunned TD Garden sellout crowd.

Bruins need all four lines producing 
- The Bruins’ most recent Game 7, last year in the Stanley Cup Finals, serves as a reminder of how everybody plays a role when great things happen in the playoffs.

Bruins need all four lines producing

- The Bruins’ most recent Game 7, last year in the Stanley Cup Finals, serves as a reminder of how everybody plays a role when great things happen in the playoffs.

Magic spills forth from Cup
- Hockey is hip again in our town, and last night, with TD Garden shaking and Causeway Street quaking, the Bruins hoisted their 2011 Stanley Cup banner to the rafters to prove the point.

Magic spills forth from Cup

- Hockey is hip again in our town, and last night, with TD Garden shaking and Causeway Street quaking, the Bruins hoisted their 2011 Stanley Cup banner to the rafters to prove the point.

Stanley Cup on tour with the Bruins
- The Bruins defeated the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final in Vancouver. Since then, the trophy has been making the rounds. Scroll through the gallery to see where else the Cup and players have appeared lately. PHOTO: Shawn Thornton, Andrew Ference and Brad Marchand (from left) posed with the Stanley Cup.

Stanley Cup on tour with the Bruins

- The Bruins defeated the Vancouver Canucks in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final in Vancouver. Since then, the trophy has been making the rounds. Scroll through the gallery to see where else the Cup and players have appeared lately. PHOTO: Shawn Thornton, Andrew Ference and Brad Marchand (from left) posed with the Stanley Cup.

Boston ad agency Hill Holliday held its anniversary party yesterday at the Danversport Yacht Club, there was a special guest —- Rene Rancourt, anthem singer extraordinaire of the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins.

Boston ad agency Hill Holliday held its anniversary party yesterday at the Danversport Yacht Club, there was a special guest —- Rene Rancourt, anthem singer extraordinaire of the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins.

Bruins go to Foxwoods, drink a $100,000 bottle of champagne from a cup
- The Boston Bruins brought the Stanley Cup to a party at the Foxwood’s club “Shrine”, where they proceeded to pour some of a $100,000 bottle of champagne into the bowl of the trophy.

Bruins go to Foxwoods, drink a $100,000 bottle of champagne from a cup

- The Boston Bruins brought the Stanley Cup to a party at the Foxwood’s club “Shrine”, where they proceeded to pour some of a $100,000 bottle of champagne into the bowl of the trophy.

Panoramic photos from the Bruins rolling rally » more photos

Panoramic photos from the Bruins rolling rally » more photos

The rolling rally: what you need to know
- The rolling rally to celebrate the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins will begin today at the TD Garden at North Station at 11 a.m. The parade will take the same route as the Celtics’  championship parade in 2008, and will feature the famous Duck Boats.

The rolling rally: what you need to know

- The rolling rally to celebrate the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins will begin today at the TD Garden at North Station at 11 a.m. The parade will take the same route as the Celtics’ championship parade in 2008, and will feature the famous Duck Boats.

Boston Bruins Stanley Cup parade information
- The rolling rally parade to celebrate the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins will begin at the TD Garden at North Station on Saturday, June 18, beginning at 11 a.m.

Boston Bruins Stanley Cup parade information

- The rolling rally parade to celebrate the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins will begin at the TD Garden at North Station on Saturday, June 18, beginning at 11 a.m.