Nov 28, 7 months ago

Another day in the Bruins goaltending controversy saga

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On Wednesday, the Bruins welcome the best team in the league, the Tampa Bay Lightning. The biggest question for Bruce Cassidy – until someone proves they can solidify the top spot – is who he’ll start in net: Anton Khudobin or Tuukk…

Nov 25, 7 months ago

Tuukka Rask gets the nod vs. Oilers

Tuukka Rask gets the nod vs. Oilers

Call this another turn in the goaltending saga on your own accord, but it was inevitable that Tuukka Rask would get another start before the month of November came to a close. In the midst of a four-game win streak, all of which saw Anton Khudobin pe…

Nov 24, 7 months ago

Sidney Crosby and Pens get a break, but Bruins get last laugh

Sidney Crosby and Pens get a break, but Bruins get last laugh

Sidney Crosby has scored 389 goals in his 10-year NHL career. None more unique than the tying goal during the second period of NBC’s Black Friday contest featuring the two-time defending Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins. It wa…

Nov 24, 7 months ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Penguins

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Penguins

Now the games start to get interesting. As they enter their post-Thanksgiving stretch, the Boston Bruins still sit on the outside looking in of a playoff spot – much like they did last year. The good news for the Black and Gold? They have a few…

Nov 22, 7 months ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Devils

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Bruce Cassidy is, indeed, riding the hot hand. After pondering over this decision over the last few days, Cassidy decided to go back to Anton Khudobin for the third straight time. The league-leader in save percentage (.935) and the rest of the Boston…

Nov 19, 7 months ago

After healthy scratch, Jake DeBrusk gets back into a rhythm

After healthy scratch, Jake DeBrusk gets back into a rhythm

SAN JOSE, Calif. — To state the obvious, healthy scratches don’t sit well with hockey players. There are two ways a player can go about it. One is feeling sorry for yourself and having it affect you on the ice and in your head. The other …