Feb 11, 6 months ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Canucks

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Bruins-Canucks-preview.jpgGame Day Preview: Bruins vs. Canucks

The first game of the Bruce Cassidy era resulted in an up-tempo and efficient Bruins squad that played with a chip on their shoulder in their 6-3 win over the San Jose Sharks. The second game represents another Western Conference foe, the Vancouver C…

Feb 9, 7 months ago

With new coach, Bruins adjusting on the fly

With new coach, Bruins adjusting on the fly

David Backes is no stranger to seeing coaches fired in the middle of the season. A coaching change was made twice during Backes’ 10 years in St. Louis. In 2009-10, Davis Payne replaced Andy Murray. Two seasons later, Payne was shown the door in…

Feb 9, 7 months ago

Claude Julien releases statement

Claude Julien releases statement

Any coach who loses his job will tell you that it’s a tough pill to swallow, especially before the end of a regular season. Now that the reality has sunk in for Claude Julien after Tuesday’s unceremonious announcement of his firing, the n…

Feb 7, 7 months ago

Management’s mishandling of Julien turns into a PR nightmare

Management’s mishandling of Julien turns into a PR nightmare

He was a puppet on a string for the last few seasons trying to make the most out of asset and personnel mismanagement by the front office. As a result, Claude Julien wound up being the scapegoat. All while the Patriots were parading through Boston ce…

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Feb 7, 7 months ago

The inevitable has arrived: Bruins fire Claude Julien

The inevitable has arrived: Bruins fire Claude Julien

On a day where the Patriots are celebrating their fifth Super Bowl win, the Bruins have decided to dump a news item hoping that few in Boston will notice. It’s a pretty important news item too. Just moments ago, the Bruins sent a press release …

Feb 4, 7 months ago

It was 4-1, but it wasn’t a Bruins comeback

It was 4-1, but it wasn’t a Bruins comeback

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: the Toronto Maple Leafs had a three-goal lead on the Boston Bruins. A 4-1 lead to be exact at TD Garden. Four notable differences from Saturday’s outcome and that memorable Game 7 night in 2013. One: T…