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Jan 13, 1 year ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Lightning

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Lightning

The Boston Bruins will look for their fourth straight win Tuesday night as Steven Stamkos and the Tampa Lightning come to town. The Black and Gold are coming off their win against the Philadelphia Flyers Saturday afternoon where David Pastrnak scored…

Jan 11, 1 year ago

David Pastrnak paces Bruins to third straight win

David Pastrnak paces Bruins to third straight win

The Boston Bruins won their third straight game on Saturday afternoon beating the Philadelphia Flyers behind two goals by David Pastrnak. The B’s first round pick scored his first NHL goal on the power play to give the Black and Gold an early 1…

Jan 9, 1 year ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Flyers

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Flyers

Don’t look now but the Boston Bruins have won two games in a row and are now are riding a six-game point streak. After back-to-back wins against the Penguins and Devils, the Black and Gold have moved back into the eighth and final playoff spot in t…

Jan 9, 1 year ago

Bruins benefitting from a motivated Milan Lucic

Bruins benefitting from a motivated Milan Lucic

The one thing Milan Lucic can’t control is what is said about him by fans and the media, but there’s always room to respond to the critics. That response over the last two games has quieted the naysayers for the time being. Earlier in the…

Jan 8, 1 year ago

Quick hits: Bruins lead Devils 2-0 after 40

Quick hits: Bruins lead Devils 2-0 after 40

Second period quick hits It’s not everyday where you see Jordan Caron drop the gloves, but he did for the third time in his NHL career (via HockeyFights.com). The 2009 first round pick landed a few punches on Devils’ enforcer Jordin Tooto…

Jan 8, 1 year ago

Throwback Thursday: Bruins swing and miss in 2007 NHL Draft

http://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/2014-11-22-Boston-Bruins-vs-Montreal-Canadiens-20.jpgThrowback Thursday: Bruins swing and miss in 2007 NHL Draft

The NHL Entry Draft is always considered to be a crapshoot. Regardless of the selection – from the first overall pick to the last – there are some choices that pan out, and others that don’t live up to expectations. That sentiment h…