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Feb 11, 2 weeks ago

Peter Cehlarik complimentary in his NHL Debut

Peter Cehlarik complimentary in his NHL Debut

Lost in the shuffle of the Claude Julien debacle on Tuesday was another news item: the Bruins recalling Peter Cehlarik. After practicing with the team throughout the week, Chelarik, who had 33 points in 40 games with the Providence Bruins, made his N…

Feb 11, 2 weeks ago

Loui Eriksson adjusting to life in Vancouver

Loui Eriksson adjusting to life in Vancouver

To this day, the Tyler Seguin trade is still an absolute head scratcher. Joe Morrow is the only one remaining from that trade that also included Loui Eriksson, Matt Fraser and Reilly Smith. Morrow has appeared in 65 games with the Bruins since the 20…

Feb 10, 2 weeks ago

Offensively, Bruins getting the job done

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/20170209-Bruins-vs-Sharks-6.jpgOffensively, Bruins getting the job done

More often than not, anytime you score five times in the National Hockey League, you’re going to walk away with two points. Unfortunately for the Bruins, that was not the case Saturday night at TD Garden as they dropped a wild contest 6-5 to the To…

Feb 10, 2 weeks ago

What we learned: Cassidy’s baptism under blizzard brings the ‘W’

What we learned: Cassidy’s baptism under blizzard brings the ‘W’

Reminiscent of the lore of the Blizzard of ’78 when thousands of Beanpot fans were stranded at old Garden, Thursday’s whiteout also took on a historic setting for the first game in the new Black and Gold era. For 10 years, Claude Julien rode his …

Feb 5, 3 weeks ago

What we learned: Saturday night was all right (again) for Toronto

What we learned: Saturday night was all right (again) for Toronto

Now they begin to really count. Two months left in the regular season. First home game in February. Twenty-seven to go after Saturday night’s affair vs. conference rival Toronto, one of the teams the Bruins must finish ahead of to play after Game 8…

Feb 4, 3 weeks ago

It was 4-1, but it wasn’t a Bruins comeback

It was 4-1, but it wasn’t a Bruins comeback

Stop me if you’ve heard this before: the Toronto Maple Leafs had a three-goal lead on the Boston Bruins. A 4-1 lead to be exact at TD Garden. Four notable differences from Saturday’s outcome and that memorable Game 7 night in 2013. One: T…