And I've got just the book for you to read. I just finished it and every member of Bruins Nation will love it. It's titled "The Best Boston Sports Arguments: The 100 Most Controversial, Debatable Questions for Die-Hard Boston Fans
" by Jim Caple & Steve Buckley.
This book, as the title implies, takes you through and gives you the facts about 100 different Boston related sports arguments, from all four teams. Some of the arguments are random, and some of them are really interesting. Some of the arguments are really serious (I.E. what was the worst call in Boston Sports history (argument 78)), and some of the arguments are hilarious (I.E. Who had the better career Ben Affleck or Lou Merloni (argument 73)). Sometimes Caple and Buckley are dead wrong (They wrote that Joe Dimmagio was better then Ted Williams), and sometimes they write exactly what we've all wanted to say (That Don Zimmer had it coming). Overall it's a must read.
Also, an added bonus if you will, each of the 100 arguments are only 2 or 3 pages long, so you can read only a couple arguments at a time and it won't take long. As Lois Griffin from Family guy would say, "The chapters are really short so you feel smart while reading it."
And yes, the Bruins are adequately represented in this book. you would think that it would be all Red Sox and Patriots, but quite a few chapters are dedicated to Bobby Orr and the big bad Bruins (along with other Bruins teams).