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Feb 24, 1 year ago

Quick hits: Bruins and Canucks remain knotted at one after 40

Quick hits: Bruins and Canucks remain knotted at one after 40

Second period: As we sit a week away from the trade deadline, one potential Bruins trade target is off the board as the Florida Panthers have traded forward Sean Bergenheim to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for a third round pick. The Bruins totally …

Feb 24, 1 year ago

David Krejci speaks on recent injury

David Krejci speaks on recent injury

The snowball effect continues to haunt the 2014-15 Boston Bruins. At this rate, it’s safe to call it an avalanche even. On Monday, the Bruins announced that David Krejci would be out 4-6 weeks after suffering a partial tear of the MCL in his le…

Feb 24, 1 year ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Canucks

Game Day Preview: Bruins vs. Canucks

The Boston Bruins salvaged their five-game road trip in Chicago on Sunday afternoon dismantling the Blackhawks, 6-2. Patrice Bergeron began the scoring with his 200th career after Reilly Smith had a series of nifty moves that led to a no-look backhan…

Feb 22, 1 year ago

Bruins rebound after strange end to first period

Bruins rebound after strange end to first period

CHICAGO – Tuukka Rask was called for a delay of game penalty as he played the puck outside of trapezoid, Jonathan Toews scored a power play goal and Rask was once again called for a penalty — this time slashing. All of this came within the fi…

Feb 22, 1 year ago

Quick hits: Bruins extend lead, carry 6-1 advantage into third

Quick hits: Bruins extend lead, carry 6-1 advantage into third

Second period: A penalty filled first half to the period resulted in some exciting back and forth action for both teams. With the Bruins down a man thanks to a bench minor for too many men, the Blackhawks had a very good power play, but Rask (and the…

Feb 22, 1 year ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Blackhawks

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Blackhawks

Stop me if you heard this before, the Boston Bruins lost. The Black and Gold were again embarrassed Friday night — this time in St. Louis by the Blues where Vladimir Tarasenko and company took care of the B’s 5-1. Malcolm Subban got the call …