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Post GameJun 7, 3 years ago

Final score: Bruins 8, Canucks 1

BOSTON – Seven different goal scorers and 40-of-41 saves by Tim Thomas, and the Boston Bruins are right back in this Stanley Cup Finals. Tonight’s 8-1 shellacking ties the 1996 Stanley Cup Finals game for the most lopsided  Finals when C…

PreviewsJun 6, 3 years ago

Bruins in familiar position for Game 3

BOSTON — Throughout the last couple of days, many hockey pundits have pointed out the fact that the home team has won Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals during the post lockout era. But not only do the Bruins have that going for them going into G…

PreviewsJun 5, 3 years ago

Bruins’ resiliency faces biggest challenge in Game 3

BOSTON — It’s no secret that the Bruins have been a resilient hockey team this postseason. Trailing two games to none against the Montreal Canadiens, the Bruins stole two games at the Bell Centre and eventually took the series in seven ga…

PreviewsJun 4, 3 years ago

The Hub of Hockey interview with Butch Stearns

Yesterday morning, yours truly — filling in for Mark Marino — made an appearance on The Pulse Network with Sports Buzz host Butch Stearns and Canucks blogger Larenzo Jensen of The Canuck Way to discuss the Bruins’ loss in Game 1, Al…

PreviewsJun 3, 3 years ago

Count on the Bruins bouncing-back in Game 2

If there’s one thing you can bank on is a Boston bounce-back performance in Game 2 tomorrow night in Vancouver. It’s not that the Bruins played poorly in Game 1 Wednesday night, no-no-no. They out-played the Canucks in vurtually every cat…

Post GameJun 2, 3 years ago

Bruins lose heart breaker to Canucks in Game 1

While parts of the New England region of the hub of hockey were dealing with tornadoes and severe thunderstorms, the Bruins were in Vancouver to start the Stanley Cup Finals. It was a game that showcased two of the three Vezina finalists in Boston’…