Jan 30, 12 months ago

P.K. Jagr edges Chewbacca in Breakaway Challenge

P.K. Jagr edges Chewbacca in Breakaway Challenge

NASHVILLE — Leave it to two defensemen to battle each other for the most creative goal of the night. In front of a sold out Bridgestone Arena and millions watching at home, P.K. Subban and Brent Burns put on quite the performance during the b…

Jan 30, 12 months ago

Tyler Seguin: “Boston is always going to be a part of me”

Tyler Seguin: “Boston is always going to be a part of me”

NASHVILLE — It’s been nearly three years since Tyler Seguin and the Bruins have parted ways. Since the trade that also sent Rich Peverley to the Stars for Loui Eriksson, Reilly Smith and Joe Morrow, Seguin’s star is shining brightly…

Jan 29, 12 months ago

Five All-Star weekend storylines to watch

Five All-Star weekend storylines to watch

This weekend, the NHL’s elite — and John Scott — take center stage in Nashville for the 2016 All Star Game and Skills Competition. From the new format, to the chaos surrounding Scott’s appearance and Patrice Bergeron’s s…

Jan 28, 12 months ago

An All-Star weekend guide to Nashville

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/John-Scott-Bruins-Coyotes.jpghttps://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/John-Scott-Bruins-Coyotes.jpgAn All-Star weekend guide to Nashville

All weekend long, Bruins Daily will provide in-depth coverage of this year’s All-Star Game from the vibrant metropolis that is Nashville, Tennessee. From John Scott to Patrice Bergeron and the new 3-on-3 format, this year’s game has some …

Jan 26, 12 months ago

Game Day Preview: Ducks at Bruins

Game Day Preview: Ducks at Bruins

Regardless of tonight’s result against the Anaheim Ducks, the Boston Bruins will enter the All-Star break in the top eight of the Eastern Conference. A win, or an overtime/shootout loss, however, would put them in second place in the Atlantic D…

Jan 26, 12 months ago

What we learned: Nothing comes easy with Bruins

What we learned: Nothing comes easy with Bruins

Win or lose, the one common thread with the Boston Bruins in 2015-16 is that nothing comes easy. As a matter of fact, it looked like history would repeat itself again Monday night in Philadelphia where Wayne Simmonds scored twice to tie things at 2-2…