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Nov 8, 2 weeks ago

What we learned: A local product transforms into a ‘Bruins Killer’

What we learned: A local product transforms into a ‘Bruins Killer’

Over a month into the 2017-18 season and the Boston Bruins are still looking for back to back wins. That feat will have to wait, once again, as the injury-plagued Bruins, despite playing well enough in the second and third periods, couldn’t ove…

Nov 7, 2 weeks ago

Despite injuries, Bruins continue to find ways to win

Despite injuries, Bruins continue to find ways to win

Thirteen games into the 2017-18 season and the Boston Bruins have yet to skate in a game with a completely healthy roster. Entering Monday’s contest against the Minnesota Wild at TD Garden, the Bruins have had 50 man games lost to injury. From …

Nov 7, 2 weeks ago

What we learned: Bruins escape Wild finish vs. Minnesota

What we learned: Bruins escape Wild finish vs. Minnesota

5-4-3. Not a countdown, but rather the Bruins’ record into Monday night’s tilt with the Minnesota Wild. Annually among the preseason favorites to play deep into spring, the Wild languishing at the bottom of the Central Division at 5-5-2. None…

Nov 7, 2 weeks ago

Frank Vatrano and Matt Beleskey play role of catalysts

Frank Vatrano and Matt Beleskey play role of catalysts

Injuries and next man up. Those are the two common themes for the Boston Bruins during the first 13 games of the 2017-18 season. On Monday, Brad Marchand was the latest to fall victim to the injury bug; missing his first game of the year due to an up…

Nov 5, 3 weeks ago

Bruins still can’t figure out the Braden Holtby puzzle

Bruins still can’t figure out the Braden Holtby puzzle

Death, taxes and Braden Holtby beating the Bruins. If they could, the Bruins would petition to the league that when they square up against the Washington Capitals, Holtby is not allowed in net. After Saturday’s 31 save performance against the…

Nov 5, 3 weeks ago

What we learned: System sputters in loss to Capitals

What we learned: System sputters in loss to Capitals

“I’m not saying we can’t outscore a hockey team,” Bruce Cassidy summed about the Bruins system after Thursday’s 2-1 win over Vegas, “but right now, until guys they’re comfortable offensively, I’m not sure that’s the formula. If you …