Jun 25, 1 year ago

Five Bruins games to watch in 2015-16

Five Bruins games to watch in 2015-16

The unofficial conclusion of the 2014-15 season took place in Las Vegas last night with the annual NHL Awards. The off-season is now upon us, and today the league announced their schedule for the 2015-16 season. Two of the Bruins’ 82-game slate…

Jun 24, 1 year ago

Patrice Bergeron joins elite company with third Selke win

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/20150404-BostonBruinsvsTorontoMapleLeafs-5.jpgPatrice Bergeron joins elite company with third Selke win

LAS VEGAS — Patrice Bergeron may want to purchase an additional case to display the hardware he’s received in his career. On Wednesday, the veteran centerman captured his third Selke Award in the last four years and his second in as many seas…

Jun 24, 1 year ago

Selke Award trio brings impressive resumes to Vegas

Selke Award trio brings impressive resumes to Vegas

LAS VEGAS — Their careers may be a little different based on the number of Stanley Cup rings they have on their finger(s), but Jonathan Toews and Patrice Bergeron have quite a few things in common. One of them includes being perennial finalists…

Jun 15, 1 year ago

June 15, 2011

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Garden.jpgJune 15, 2011

Five years ago today, the Boston Bruins ended their 39-year Stanley Cup drought with their Game 7 victory over the Presidents’ Trophy winning Vancouver Canucks. Honestly, I can say that this was a day that I never saw coming, at least to that p…

May 20, 2 years ago

What is Don Sweeney looking for in a Bruin?

What is Don Sweeney looking for in a Bruin?

That question needed to be asked after a 2014-15 season that saw the Boston Bruins go through an identity crisis. In a year that saw the Bruins fail to make the playoffs, the team finally promoted Don Sweeney, the Assistant General Manager the past f…

May 13, 2 years ago

Two years later, Game 7 comeback vs. Leafs still brings chills

Two years later, Game 7 comeback vs. Leafs still brings chills

Prior to the infamous Game 7 comeback vs. the Maple Leafs two years ago today, Patrice Bergeron was already well-established as one of the best two-way players in the National Hockey League. The legend of Patrice Bergeron grew even bigger on that fai…