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Game Night Preview: Bruins at Canucks

Trying to make sense of the Ryan McDonagh trade chatter

Bruins’ toughest tests to come in jam-packed last leg

What we learned: An ugly start to the road trip

Feb 18, 20 hours ago

What we learned: An ugly start to the road trip

What we learned: An ugly start to the road trip

If their ugly 6-1 loss to the Canucks Saturday night was any indication, the Bruins may need to acquire defensive help sooner rather than later. Or one could just chalk it up as a rare lapse in judgment on the back end. In an unusual stinker, the Bla…

Feb 17, 1 day ago

Game Night Preview: Bruins at Canucks

Game Night Preview: Bruins at Canucks

Twenty-seven games remain for the Boston Bruins, but their tests are about to get a little tougher as the Feb. 26 Trade Deadline approaches. Entering Saturday trailing the league-leading Tampa Bay Lightning by three points, the Black and Gold begin t…

Feb 17, 2 days ago

Trying to make sense of the Ryan McDonagh trade chatter

Trying to make sense of the Ryan McDonagh trade chatter

In nine days, the National Hockey League will close its trading season for the remainder of the 2017-18 campaign. By 3 p.m. — or soon after when all the trades are officially announced — the buyers hope to add a key cog or two to increase…

Feb 15, 4 days ago

Bruins’ toughest tests to come in jam-packed last leg

Bruins’ toughest tests to come in jam-packed last leg

The 2017-18 Bruins have played 55 games. That’s the second-fewest of any NHL team, and David Krejci knows it. Of course, the 11-year veteran also knows what’s ahead: a schedule jam-packed with a Canadian road trip, then at least a game ev…

Feb 14, 5 days ago

1977-78 team stands alone in Bruins lore

1977-78 team stands alone in Bruins lore

(Video by Peter Manderino, Bruins Daily) Call them the “20-Karat Goal Club,” standard bearers of the record for 20-plus goal scorers in a single season in NHL history. Those 11 members of the 1977-78 Bruins roster with 20-plus goals each were hon…

Feb 14, 5 days ago

Pastrnak’s third-line demotion is a reminder, not a dog house

Pastrnak’s third-line demotion is a reminder, not a dog house

Bruce Cassidy was clearly joking when he called his own decision a “stroke of genius, huh?!” after the Bruins’ 5-2 win over the Flames on Tuesday night. The decision — swapping in David Backes for David Pastrnak on his prolifi…