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Nov 10, 1 year ago

Watch: Seth Griffith scores unreal goal vs. Devils

Watch: Seth Griffith scores unreal goal vs. Devils

In his first season with the Boston Bruins, Seth Griffith has shown flashes of brillance. Coming into Monday’s game with the New Jersey Devils, the former London Knights forward has three goals and two assists, and has been a pretty good staple…

Nov 10, 1 year ago

Ten years later, Cory Schneider ready to lead

Ten years later, Cory Schneider ready to lead

With the 26th overall selection in the 2004 NHL Entry Draft, the Vancouver Canucks selected goaltender Cory Schneider out of Phillips Academy Preparatory School in Andover, Massachusetts. Tonight, Boston College’s career leader in shutouts retu…

Nov 10, 1 year ago

Game Day preview: Bruins vs. Devils

Game Day preview: Bruins vs. Devils

The Boston Bruins will look for their fifth straight victory on Monday night as they host Jaromir Jagr and the New Jersey Devils. The Black and Gold weathered the storm against the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday night scoring four goals in the third per…

Nov 7, 1 year ago

Tuukka Rask remains hot, winner of five of last six starts

Tuukka Rask remains hot, winner of five of last six starts

The Boston Bruins knew Tuukka Rask’s 1-2 start to the season was an aberration. Since his debacle at home against the Washington Capitals where Rask let in four goals on 21 shots, he has been stellar compiling a 6-2 record winning three games in a …

Nov 7, 1 year ago

Bakers’ dozen greases Bruins’ streak over Oilers

Bakers’ dozen greases Bruins’ streak over Oilers

Beating the Boston Bruins Thursday night would have been a good start to a  new tradition for the Edmonton Oilers. Your water-cooler question this morning with your puck-pundit pals? Which NHL team do the Bruins own with regard to most current conse…

Nov 7, 1 year ago

Loui Eriksson ends goal drought, starts B’s comeback

Loui Eriksson ends goal drought, starts B’s comeback

It had been exactly 21 days since No. 21 of the Boston Bruins found the back of the net, but Loui Eriksson couldn’t have picked a better spot to end his drought. For the first time this season, the Bruins were looking for their fourth straight …