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Daily NewsDec 9, 2 years ago

Injuries continue to pile up as Bruins head to western Canada

Injuries continue to pile up as Bruins head to western Canada

Already without Adam McQuaid, Johnny Boychuk, Chris Kelly and Loui Eriksson due to injuries, and Shawn Thornton due to an indefinite suspension, the Bruins lost another regular in their win over the Toronto Maple Leafs Sunday night. During their 5-2 …

Daily NewsDec 9, 2 years ago

Kevan Miller scores first NHL goal; injured in process

Kevan Miller scores first NHL goal; injured in process

As if the Bruins needed another player hurt – let alone another defenseman – Kevan Miller received a cheap shot towards the end of the Bruins 5-2 win against the Toronto Maple Leafs Sunday night by Dion Phaneuf. Thankfully for Bruins fans…

Post GameDec 8, 2 years ago

Rosenthal: Ugly night for the NHL

Rosenthal: Ugly night for the NHL

For the last several years, countless incidents have given the National Hockey League a bit of a dark cloud. Those incidents include Matt Cooke’s blatant elbow to Marc Savard, John Scott’s cheap shot to Loui Eriksson and Raffi Torres’ ungodly h…

Post GameDec 8, 2 years ago

Three takeaways: Bruins vs. Penguins

Three takeaways: Bruins vs. Penguins

What a night it was at TD Garden. It is not how you start, but it’s how you finish as the Bruins scored two goals in the last 1:16 of regulation to stun the Penguins 3-2 in front of a sold out crowd. First it was David Krejci tying the game a…

Post GameDec 8, 2 years ago

Rough night for Bruins despite comeback win over Penguins

Rough night for Bruins despite comeback win over Penguins

Already without defensemen Adam McQuaid (lower body injury) and Johnny Boychuk (Back injury) the Bruins could not afford to lose any more regulars. As they embark on a four game road trip that will take them through Western Canada, the Bruins will be…

Post GameDec 6, 2 years ago

Three takeaways: Bruins at Canadiens

Three takeaways: Bruins at Canadiens

MONTREAL – Having four days off between games, one would think the Boston Bruins would come into Thursday’s contest against the Montreal Canadiens as a well-rested team. Moreover, their opponent was playing their second of a back to back and …