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Daily NewsOct 14, 2 weeks ago

Lucic Key to “Committee” Productivity

Lucic Key to “Committee” Productivity

Only Tuukka Rask and backup Niklas Svedberg are excluded. When the Bruins did not resign – or replace — Jarome Iginla and his 2013-14 roster-leading 30 goals (tied with Patrice Bergeron), Bruins’ management went with replacing that producti…

Post GameOct 14, 2 weeks ago

With Krejci back, more balance and scoring opportunities will be on the rise

With Krejci back, more balance and scoring opportunities will be on the rise

With David Krejci out of action for the Boston Bruins in their first three games, the offensive flow looked un-Bruin-like. The first line looked completely out of whack and it wasn’t only due to the departure of Jarome Iginla, but it was too many u…

Post GameOct 13, 2 weeks ago

Svedberg not the problem in Bruins last second loss

Svedberg not the problem in Bruins last second loss

The Boston Bruins turned to Niklas Svedberg to stop the bleeding at TD Garden Monday afternoon and although the Bruins lost in dramatic fashion 2-1, Svedberg held his own in only his second career NHL start and first this season. Svedberg turned away…

Post GameOct 13, 2 weeks ago

Goal scoring woes here to stay; Bruins need a shakeup

Goal scoring woes here to stay; Bruins need a shakeup

It started in training camp and it’s carried over to the regular season. The goal scoring drought that’s plagued the Boston Bruins over the first three games isn’t just a hiccup to start the year, but a team weakness overall. ItR…

PreviewsOct 13, 2 weeks ago

Game day Preview: Avalanche at Bruins

Game day Preview: Avalanche at Bruins

The Boston Bruins will look to get back on track today after dropping their last two games as Jarome Iginla and the Colorado Avalanche come to town for a Columbus Day matinee. The Black and Gold had a tough go of it on Saturday night losing to the Wa…

Post GameOct 12, 2 weeks ago

Ovi’s “O” — and evolving “D” — Sparks Caps’ win

Ovi’s “O” — and evolving “D” — Sparks Caps’ win

You’d think the reigning red-light-igniter of the NHL the past 10 years, now entering his seventh year of a 13-year 124-million-dollar contract extension would have his game down pat. Not quite so for Alex Ovechkin — after three MVP awards an…