Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs, principal Charlie Jacobs and president Cam Neely stopped by the set of W.B. Mason Bruins Face-Off LIVE to chat about their expectations for the lockout-shortened season and share some of the special promotions the team is employing to thank fans for their patience.
The three spoke of how the extended offseason may actually benefit the B’s, who came into last season spent from their Stanley Cup run 0f 2011 and following summer celebration tour.
“If there was a penalty for excessive celebration, we would have been guilty a million times over,” the elder Jacobs joked. “We had more fun as a team, as players, as individuals, as ownership. When we came back we were a tired group of puppies.”
The team will need to be well rested for this year’s constricted campaign, which calls for teams to play 48 games in three and a half months, including 17 in March.
Check out the video above for more from the Bruins’ shot callers.