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Post GameOct 4, 1 year ago

Bruins’ special teams, special in win over Lightning

Bruins’ special teams, special in win over Lightning

After scoring seven times on the power play during the preseason, Bruins fans were anxious to see how the new look Bruins power play would perform as the team opened its 2013-14 campaign with a matchup against the Tampa Bay Lightning. With one game o…

Post GameOct 4, 1 year ago

Iginla ready for physical challenges after Opening Night fight

Iginla ready for physical challenges after Opening Night fight

What better way to win Bruins fans back after choosing the Pittsburgh Penguins over the Boston Bruins during last year’s trade deadline than dropping the gloves in his debut? Jarome Iginla made his debut with the black and gold Thursday night and f…

Daily NewsOct 3, 1 year ago

Three takeaways: Bruins-Lightning

Excitement was in the air on Causeway Street as the boys returned to the ice. In one of the more anticipated seasons in recent memory, the Boston Bruins, fresh off their second Stanley Cup appearance in three years, got off to a good start in Game 1 …

Daily NewsOct 3, 1 year ago

Torey Krug ready for full time minutes

Torey Krug ready for full time minutes

The Bruins start the 2013-14 National Hockey League season tonight as they host the Tampa Bay Lightning at TD Garden. When the puck drops we know the Bruins will have six defensemen dressed, but whom makes up that six is still very much unknown. We k…

Daily NewsOct 3, 1 year ago

Flipping the switch: Bruins power-play set to ignite

Flipping the switch: Bruins power-play set to ignite

When a team struggles on the power-play, fans are quick to the point the finger at the head coach, who doesn’t change up his strategy or course of attack with the man advantage enough. The same holds true in Boston, as the Bruins rank near the bott…

Daily NewsOct 3, 1 year ago

Bergeron ready to lead by example in 2013-14

Bergeron ready to lead by example in 2013-14

What more can you say about Patrice Bergeron? He played in the Stanley Cup Final with a punctured lung and torn cartilage in his side and stayed to talk to the media following the Bruins Game 6 loss in Boston instead of rushing out of the arena to go…