A story about a rivalry between the Boston Bruins and Edmonton Oilers has the headline “Bruins and Oilers play in the same game,” according to the Boston Globe.
It is not a new story, as it was previously reported in June, but the Globe said it did not find a way to translate it into English.
In an attempt to get around the translation problem, the Globe published a short excerpt from the story in its Sunday edition.
“The Bruins and the Oilers will play a game on Nov. 1 at TD Garden.
It’s the first time the two franchises have played each other since 2007,” the story reads.
“It will be the first such rivalry since 2010.”
The Globe said that if a team is paired with an opposing team in the regular season, the “most basic rules” would apply.
“A player cannot intentionally be on the ice with his own team, or a player can be in the other team’s defensive zone but not be able to take a shot, a rule that has not been enforced in Boston this season,” the article read.
“When a player is on the opposing team’s line, he cannot take a pass, he can’t skate with the puck, and he cannot score, but he can take a penalty shot and take a hit.”
The team that plays the second-to-last game is the one that gets to play a playoff game.”
The Bruins have not played a game since May, when they defeated the Colorado Avalanche 3-1 in Boston. “
It’s just that we’ve found the best way to say it, so if you’re a fan of this franchise, you’ll know the gist of it,” a Bruins spokesperson told The Associated Press on Monday.
The Bruins have not played a game since May, when they defeated the Colorado Avalanche 3-1 in Boston.
This season has been marked by some major injuries for the Bruins, with goalie Tuukka Rask and defenseman Zdeno Chara both out for a good portion of the season.
Despite their lack of wins, the Bruins are still the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference and are hoping to make the playoffs for the second straight year.
Fans are encouraged to visit the team’s website and follow the team on social media.