Mar 29, 1 year ago

Charlie McAvoy’s best path to pro success starts in Providence

Charlie McAvoy’s best path to pro success starts in Providence

(Photo by Rich Gagnon, BU Athletics) It was only a matter of time until Charlie McAvoy prepared for the start of his professional hockey career. That process sped up once Boston University’s season ended with an overtime loss to Minnesota-Dulut…

Mar 28, 1 year ago

The Rask task takes an interesting turn

The Rask task takes an interesting turn

At this rate, Tuukka Rask is becoming one of the more polarizing members of the Bruins. Some of the criticism directed at Rask is performance based. On one side, the Rask detractors will nitpick at everything from not coming through in the clutch to …

Mar 28, 1 year ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Predators

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Predators

Seven games remain for the Boston Bruins with six of those contests being played on Causeway Street. Tonight, the Nashville Predators come to town fresh off a 2-1 win the night before against the Islanders – a huge benefit to the Bruins who sti…

Mar 27, 1 year ago

Though healthy, Bruins would be wise to monitor Tuukka Rask

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This may not please the crowd of Tuukka Rask detractors, but any possibility of him losing his No. 1 spot to Anton Khudobin – who has won his last five starts – was put to bed by Bruce Cassidy following Monday’s practice at Warrior …

Mar 26, 1 year ago

Life is Riley; Nash playing role of unlikely savior

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BROOKLYN, N.Y. —¬†Entering Saturday’s game with the Islanders, the Bruins really needed a victory and for some important players to come through. The usual suspects, Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, Zdeno Chara, David Pastrnak and David K…

Mar 26, 1 year ago

What we learned: Bruins grind out a win and stop the bleeding

What we learned: Bruins grind out a win and stop the bleeding

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — No other way to put it, Saturday was a must-win for the Bruins against the Islanders, who were fresh off a big win against the Stanely Cup champion Penguins 24 hours prior. It may have been ugly, but the Bruins found a way to d…