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Mar 4, 1 year ago

“Humble” Julien ties Art Ross on Bruins’ all-time wins list

“Humble” Julien ties Art Ross on Bruins’ all-time wins list

Generally speaking, Claude Julien is unaware of any personal milestones that he’s approaching. There’s one milestone that was difficult to ignore — one he accomplished on Thursday night. After guiding his team to a 4-2 win over the defending St…

Mar 4, 1 year ago

What we learned: Bruins beat the elite

What we learned: Bruins beat the elite

“This is a team that creates a lot, and you obviously have great management skills and they don’t make that many mistakes.” Unfortunately, Claude Julien was not referencing his boys in Black and Gold. But rather Boston’s opponent Thursday nig…

Mar 3, 1 year ago

Game Day Preview: Blackhawks at Bruins

Game Day Preview: Blackhawks at Bruins

Beginning tonight against the defending Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks, the Bruins embark on their most difficult slate of the season. Thirteen of the B’s remaining 18 games are against teams who are currently in playoff positioning, and anot…

Mar 2, 1 year ago

Seven Bruins named as 2016 World Cup of Hockey representatives

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/201622BostonBruinsVsTorontoMapleLeafs-15.jpgSeven Bruins named as 2016 World Cup of Hockey representatives

The Boston Bruins will be well represented in the 2016 World Cup of Hockey that will take place in the fall. On Wednesday, the eight teams participating released 16 names in their initial 23-player rosters. Those squads will have until June 1 to fina…

Mar 2, 1 year ago

Noel Acciari lives the dream

Noel Acciari lives the dream

March 1, 2016 — Noel Acciari surely has a lengthy entry in his hockey journal. The last standout ones were likely April 11, 2015, or right after on June 8. April 11 – “Unreal! We won the NCAA national championship in a 4-3 come-from-behind …

Mar 1, 1 year ago

Dougie Hamilton quiet in return to Boston

Dougie Hamilton quiet in return to Boston

As Bruins captain Zdeno Chara continues his decline, Dougie Hamilton was supposed to be the one who would eventually take over the reigns as the Bruins’ top shutdown defenseman. As they should have been, the Bruins were patient with Hamilton, who h…