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NHL Stanley Cup Champions 2011: Boston Bruins

4.1 out of 5 stars 43 customer reviews

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Own the most watched NHL event of the year. Complete with highlights from the regular season, playoffs and the final series. Watch as your team fights for, and eventually hoist the Cup! The 2011 release will contain full coverage of the winning season, including exclusive interviews, key insights and behind the scenes action. After a regular season filled with injuries, fatigue, and playoff positioning and a post-season chock-full of drama, there can only be one team left standing! You can see the heroism on full display during the NHL playoffs and celebrate the champion's season. The DVD features highlights, exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes action.

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Product Details

  • Actors: David Krejci, Zdeno Chara, Milan Lucic, Patrice Bergeron, Tim Thomas
  • Directors: Robert D. Newman
  • Writers: Nhl Productions
  • Producers: Ryan Bader, Evan Neel, Bob Chesterman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: July 19, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,137 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By David Falzano on July 19, 2011
Format: DVD
Being a Bruins fan my WHOLE life I am very pleased (& still in shock) that the Bruins are Stanley Cup champions! With that being said I am quite happy with this DVD release. The disc starts off with a quick rundown of the beginning of the 2010-11 season leading into the playoffs which makes up the majority of the playing time. This is where my only complaint comes from as I was hoping for more coverage of the regular season but hey after all the playoffs is what matters most! You get a good variety of players, staff, announcers, & some big Boston media honchos commenting throughout & it was particularly great to hear what they had to say in the more riveting moments of the playoffs...such as being down to Montreal in the beginning of the run, the Flyers getting annihilated, Bergeron's exit & return, the exciting Tampa series, Horton's injury & that pathetic garbage talking Roberto Luongo which also helped motivate the team to capture the Cup. The extras appear to be great even though I havn't seen them yet but they include: behind the scenes w/ the Stanley cup, extended locker room celebration, extra Boston parade coverage, season/playoff top 10s & 'History Will Be Made' TV commercials. So there you have it, Bruins fans we got our LONG awaited go & buy & enjoy this piece of NHL history for many years to come!

*UPDATE* I watched the extras & the best part is definitely the Stanley Cup segments including the parade celebration. The 'History..' commercials are good (man I didn't realize how many were made for the Bs alone in this year's playoffs!) And as for the top 10s it's cool but gets old after a little while. Still all in all a good buy!
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Format: DVD
After watching this dvd of the Bruins Stanley Cup championship, I felt that the dvd was lacking in
content. The color and crispness of the disc is great. While viewing the disc, I found that often times the camera shots were extremely close and many parts seemed rushed. The entire regular season is completely gone through within the first 15 minutes of the disc. There were numerous moments in the playoffs that seemed to be barely included, like Thomas' great paddle save as he dove back across the crease. Don't blink or you will miss it in the highlights. Much of the commentary in between scenes is done by players Ferrence or Kelly. How about some of the other players reactions? I don't think Sidenberg is even mentioned. The extras were once again gone thru too quickly! The parade and the locker room celebrations were special moments that lose something once translated to this disc. The final extra are the top 10 goals, saves and hits of the season. Not by the Bruins mind you but from the entire league. They show 3 different series or 30 different goals, 30 different hits and you guessed it 30 different saves. YAWN!!! Get rid of that footage and show us more of the Bruins regular season footage. The DVD runs almost 90 minutes but it could have been so much better. They rushed this to the public and what should have been a cherished time capsule is barely considered a local tv news sports highlight real. The Bruins and their fans deserved better!
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First and foremost, I'm with the other reviewer in wondering where the HD Blu ray is.

Secondly, while finally getting to see the B's hoist the cup was worth the long wait. Game 7 of the Eastern Conference final and the four games the Bruins won in the final vs Vancouver is all we get to relive? What about the emotional roller coaster of the Bruins/Canadiens series or at least the series clinching game 7? How about a couple of games with the Bruins "exorcising the demons" in the four game sweep of Philadelphia (the very team that just a year prior came back from a 0-3 series deficit to hand Boston a Game 7 Heartbreaking Series defeat)?

This is kind of a let down. I think I can still get the Games on I-tunes which is probably where I will look unless there is a more complete set released.

A&E got it right with their World Series Baseball DVDs. They were a little pricey when first released, but you get all but 1-2 games of a team's championship run. I have the 2004 Red Sox set, and I wish bluray had been the standard format then when those were released, but A&E should be handling the Boston Bruins Championship DVD/BLUray set. A&E should be handling all the NHL's Stanley Cup Team releases.
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Judge David Johnson, DVD Verdict-- Boston Bruins: 2011 Stanley Cup Champions is a fine trip down memory lane, touching on all the notable happenings during the 2010-2011 season. From the team's trip to Prague and the legendary Montreal game which saw penalty boxes filled to capacity, to some pivotal mid-season trades and the storybook Cup chase, there isn't much left unattended.

As is typical with these DVD releases, the majority of the runtime is devoted to the playoffs, with each successive series receiving more and more real estate. In truth, each playoff run is deserving of its own release, but the producers did a good job of telling the stories these games wove: the blood-feud that was the Canadiens series, with Horton's game-winner springing the Bruins from their Game 7 hell; the sweet revenge of the Flyers bludgeoning; the nerve-shatteringly even Tampa series, highlighted by rookie Tyler Seguin's dazzling Game 2 performance and culminating in the finest hockey game of the post-season; and the nasty, hate-filled seven-game title-fight against the Canucks that sported gripping game-to-game drama (the Burrows bite, the Luongo trash talk, the Horton hit).

Boston Bruins: 2011 Stanley Cup Champions features interviews with players, coaches, broadcasters, and journalists to add some color. You also get a generous helping of game footage, candid sound grabs from the players while on the ice (love Ference's taunting), and the post-Cup celebration.

While the feature presentation is well-done, the extras could have been heftier. The locker room celebration is great, but the Boston parade footage is brief, and the featuerettes on the Stanley Cup and the NFL Top 10 plays (almost 30 minutes worth) have virtually nothing to do with this Bruins team.
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