Post GameMay 2, 6 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 1

Player of the Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 1

It was a game of missed opportunities and lack of special team execution that leaves the Boston Bruins in an 0-1 hole against the Montreal Canadiens, but another main reason for their 4-3 double overtime loss was Carey Price. Sure, the Bruins didn…

Daily NewsApr 28, 6 months ago

Chara embraces new PP role; named Norris finalist

Chara embraces new PP role; named Norris finalist

Zdeno Chara will look to win his first Norris Trophy since the 2008-09 season. Chara had been nominated in 2008 and 2011 where he finished third in the voting while also finishing second in 2004. Along with Chara, Duncan Keith and Shea Weber were the…

PreviewsApr 28, 6 months ago

Bruins ready for skill and speed of Canadiens

Bruins ready for skill and speed of Canadiens

We can look back at the regular season and see the Montreal Canadiens took three of four from the Boston Bruins. We did the same thing with the Bruins’ first round match up-the Detroit Red Wings who went 3-1 versus the Bruins in the regular season….

Post GameApr 27, 6 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Red Wings Game 5

Player of the Game: Bruins-Red Wings Game 5

Big time players come up big in big time games. Bruins fans have known to love what Zdeno Chara brings on a nightly basis and Saturday afternoon was no different. As Pavel Datsyuk quieted a sold out TD Garden tying the score at 1-1, Chara received a …

Post GameApr 26, 6 months ago

Bruins timely goals huge in series-clinching victory

Bruins timely goals huge in series-clinching victory

If there was one key prior to Saturday’s game against the Detroit Red Wings, it was scoring that first goal. Loui Eriksson did that-scoring his first playoff goal since May 14, 2008. This was the theme of the afternoon-timely scoring. After Pavel D…

Post GameApr 25, 6 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Red Wings Game 4

Player of the Game: Bruins-Red Wings Game 4

To no surprise, the Detroit Red Wings were in desperation mode during Game 4 Thursday night. With the returns of Henrik Zetterberg and Todd Bertuzzi, the Red Wings liked their chances. Early on, Mike Babcock’s team came out firing on all cylinders …