Daily NewsJun 11, 6 months ago

What do the Bruins do with Chris Kelly?

What do the Bruins do with Chris Kelly?

When the Bruins sent a 2011 second round draft pick to Ottawa in exchange for Chris Kelly back in February of 2011, no one knew much about Kelly who previously spent seven seasons with the Senators. Kelly got off to a slow offensive start with the Br…

OffseasonJun 2, 7 months ago

Off-season of decisions awaits Bruins

Off-season of decisions awaits Bruins

As the 2014 Stanley Cup Final is set to begin this week without the Boston Bruins, the Black and Gold are left licking their wounds, looking back and trying to figure out what went wrong in their quest for the cup. As their focus shifts from what wen…

OffseasonMay 27, 7 months ago

End of season report cards: Forwards

End of season report cards: Forwards

In this two-part series, we will hand out end of season report cards for the Bruins forwards, defensemen and goaltending. Today we will start with the Bruins’ forwards. Please notes both the regular season and playoffs factor into these grades….

Playoff CentralMay 15, 7 months ago

Bruins’ top two lines fail to produce in series with Canadiens

Bruins’ top two lines fail to produce in series with Canadiens

During the regular season the Boston Bruins scored 258 goals, good enough for third in the league and first in the Eastern Conference. For the most part, the Bruins had no issues putting the puck in the net during the 2013-14 regular season. Unfortun…

Playoff CentralMay 15, 7 months ago

Canadiens use Bruins’ “disrespect” as motivation

Canadiens use Bruins’ “disrespect” as motivation

In 1967 legendary song writer Aretha Franklin wrote a song asking for it. Here and now in 2014 the Montreal Canadiens feel the Bruins didn’t have enough of it. What is that “it” I am referring to? Respect, and according to the Canadiens, the Br…

Playoff CentralMay 13, 7 months ago

Bruins’ blunders help Canadiens force Game 7

Bruins’ blunders help Canadiens force Game 7

MONTREAL- A mishandle of the puck off the stick of Kevan Miller in the first period, and a slight hesitation from Tuukka Rask in the second was all the Montreal Canadiens needed to defeat the Boston Bruins in Game 6, 4-0, and force a winner-take-all …