Playoff CentralJun 24, 10 months ago

Bruins need more from top-line in Game 6

Bruins need more from top-line in Game 6

With the Bruins facing elimination entering a do-or-die Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final Monday night at TD Garden, the Bruins need more production from their number one line. Entering the Stanley Cup Final the Bruins top trio of Milan Lucic, David Kr…

Playoff CentralJun 23, 10 months ago

Bergeron day-to-day after Game 5 injury

Bergeron day-to-day after Game 5 injury

This morning Bruins fans woke up to the good news that after leaving Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final with an “body injury” and then being seen leaving the United Center in an ambulance, Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron traveled back to Bos…

Playoff CentralJun 20, 10 months ago

Peverley chips in with Game 4 goal

Peverley chips in with Game 4 goal

It’s no secret that the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs have not been kind to Rich Peverley. Entering Game 4 Peverley had just one playoff point in 19 games, a second period goal in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Toronto Maple…

Playoff CentralJun 19, 10 months ago

Bruins perfectly executing series keys heading into Game 4

Bruins perfectly executing series keys heading into Game 4

Just prior to the start of the 2013 Stanley Cup Final last Wednesday I gave you my five keys to a Bruins series victory and their second Stanley Cup in three years. With three games officially in the books and the Bruins holding a 2-1 lead in the ser…

Playoff CentralJun 18, 10 months ago

Bruins draw up face-off success in Game 3 victory

Bruins draw up face-off success in Game 3 victory

The Bruins have been great all season long at the face-off dot, but in their Stanley Cup Final Game 3 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks, they were nearly perfect. The Bruins finished the night 40-for-56 at the face-off dot in a game that the Bruins…

Playoff CentralJun 17, 10 months ago

Bruins need better start after flat Game 2 first period

Bruins need better start after flat Game 2 first period

For nearly two periods it looked like the Bruins were well on their way to a Game 2 loss and a two games to none series deficit in the Stanley Cup Final as the Bruins came out very flat in the first stanza. But thanks to Chris Kelly’s first go…