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Mar 19, 2 years ago

What we learned: Talent gap shows as Ducks sweep Bruins

What we learned: Talent gap shows as Ducks sweep Bruins

The talent disparity was evident from the beginning. On one side of the ice was a Boston Bruins squad who are still trying to prove that they belong in a discussion among the top eight of the Eastern Conference. In a year of ups and downs, head coach…

Mar 18, 2 years ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Ducks

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/2016123BostonBruinsVsAnahiemDucks-10.jpgGame Day Preview: Bruins at Ducks

The Boston Bruins’ three-game trip to California didn’t get off to an ideal start as they dropped their first game to the San Jose Sharks, 3-2. Now, Boston will look to regroup against one of the hottest teams in hockey — the Anaheim Du…

Mar 17, 2 years ago

Joonas Kemppainen bringing European flavor to Providence

Joonas Kemppainen bringing European flavor to Providence

Joonas Kempainnen’s first stint in North American Professional Hockey has been, to say the least, challenging. After nine seasons in the Finnish Elite League in which he scored 62 goals, 98 assists in 464 games, the Bruins signed Kemppainen to …

Mar 16, 2 years ago

What we learned: Bruins drop first leg of California swing

What we learned: Bruins drop first leg of California swing

Kicking off the always difficult three-game swing in California last night, the Bruins had hoped for a better result. After being leapfrogged by the Florida Panthers for first in the Atlantic Division after the Panthers defeated the Canadiens earlier…

Mar 15, 2 years ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Sharks

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Sharks

The Boston Bruins are coming off another crucial win as they made quick work of the New York Islanders on Saturday afternoon, winning 3-1 at TD Garden. David Pastrnak netted two goals in the victory and has certainly found his stride during the teamâ…

Mar 12, 2 years ago

What we learned: Finally! Bruins .500 at home

What we learned: Finally! Bruins .500 at home

Something had to give Saturday afternoon. In their last five games neither the Bruins nor the Islanders had lost a game. Boston at 3-0-2; New York a point better at 4-0-1. Add that in their last 10 games, both were also tight as ticks at 6-2-2 and 7-…