Playoff CentralJun 13, 1 year ago

Seidenberg beastly in Game One

Seidenberg beastly in Game One

Bruins fans always rave about Zdeno Chara and the amount of ice time he plays on a given night and deservedly so, but in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Dennis Seidenberg was a beast- leading all B’s skaters with an eye-popping 48:36 of total ice…

Playoff CentralJun 13, 1 year ago

Player of the Game: Blackhawks-Bruins Game 1

Player of the Game: Blackhawks-Bruins Game 1

The talk of the Stanley Cup Finals has been mostly about the goaltenders on each side. In a game where Corey Crawford could have given up after surrending two two-goal leads to the Boston Bruins, he hung in there outlasting Tuukka Rask en route to a …

Playoff CentralJun 12, 1 year ago

Black and Gold need to re-sign Nathan Horton

Black and Gold need to re-sign Nathan Horton

He leads all players in plus/minus in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs with a +21. He is second in total points with 17 (7 G 10 A) and has been dominant on one of the best lines in hockey throughout the Black and Gold’s Cup run. It begs the question: …

Playoff CentralJun 10, 1 year ago

Bruins’ power-play must step up against Hawks’ PK

Bruins’ power-play must step up against Hawks’ PK

The Boston Bruins will embark on their toughest task of the 2013 season as they will travel to Chicago for Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals that begins Wednesday. Many believe these two teams are similar in stature. Both coaches roll four lines, have…

Playoff CentralJun 8, 1 year ago

Bruins defense certainly offensive in 2013 playoffs

Bruins defense certainly offensive in 2013 playoffs

The Boston Bruins are known as a “defensive-minded” team, but in these 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs, their blue-line is lighting the lamp quite often with 15 goals in 16 games. Johnny Boychuk leads the “D-men” with five goals while youngster Tor…

Playoff CentralJun 8, 1 year ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Penguins Game 4

Player of the Game: Bruins-Penguins Game 4

There is not much more you can say about Tuukka Rask. He stopped 134 of 136 shots thrown his way by the high-octane offense of the Pittsburgh Penguins. He held Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin off the score sheet in the process. If you told Bruins fan…