UncategorizedMar 7, 2 years ago

Caron leads Bruins to a much needed win

After a weekend of tough losses to the New York Islanders and New York Rangers, the Bruins needed to walk out of Toronto last night with two points. Outscoring the Maple Leafs 23-6 in the first four games of the six game season series, —all wins by…

NewsMar 5, 2 years ago

Things looking bad for Black and Gold

The old saying “when it rains it pours” certainly can be said about the Boston Bruins right now. After losing just once in November, and three times in December, the 2012 calendar year has been one to forget for the defending Stanley Cup Champion…

NewsFeb 22, 2 years ago

Horton situation puts Bruins in a dark place

When Nathan Horton left the ice after he was struck by Philadelphia Flyers goon Tom Sestito in a Sunday afternoon matinée in Philly back on January 22, no one knew the extent of Horton’s injuries. Fans and media alike speculated that Horton had re…

NewsFeb 15, 2 years ago

Bruins looking for déjà vu on upcoming road trip

No one will ever forget the story of the 2010-11 Boston Bruins. It was a story of up’s and downs which obviously ended with a Stanley Cup Championship, but the path the team took to get there was an interesting one. Flip the calendar back to last F…

NewsFeb 15, 2 years ago

Ference to be featured in National Geographic web series

If you follow the Boston Bruins you probably already know a little about the lifestyle that Bruins defensemen Andrew Ference lives. When No. 21 isn’t shutting down other team’s offensive attack, or angering Habs fans with an equipment malfunction…

NewsFeb 13, 2 years ago

Patrice being Patrice as usual

During his eight-year National Hockey League career –all spent with Boston— Patrice Bergeron has gone through many up’s and down’s ranging from concussions and last place finishes all the way to a 30 goal season and a Stanley Cup Championship…