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Post GameMay 4, 6 months ago

Player of Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 2

Player of Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 2

Brad Marchand was a very dependable player during the regular season. He played an intricate part in the second-line’s production alongside Patrice Bergeron and Reilly Smith, but through his team’s first six games in the post season, he w…

Post GameMay 2, 6 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 1

Player of the Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 1

It was a game of missed opportunities and lack of special team execution that leaves the Boston Bruins in an 0-1 hole against the Montreal Canadiens, but another main reason for their 4-3 double overtime loss was Carey Price. Sure, the Bruins didn…

Daily NewsMay 2, 6 months ago

Missed chances come back to haunt Bruins in Game 1

Missed chances come back to haunt Bruins in Game 1

Eventually, whiffing on golden opportunities can come back to haunt you. In Game 1 of the Atlantic Division Finals Thursday night, the Boston Bruins proved that sentiment true. Sure, the B’s found a way to beat Carey Price, and after trailing 2-0 a…

Post GameApr 27, 6 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Red Wings Game 5

Player of the Game: Bruins-Red Wings Game 5

Big time players come up big in big time games. Bruins fans have known to love what Zdeno Chara brings on a nightly basis and Saturday afternoon was no different. As Pavel Datsyuk quieted a sold out TD Garden tying the score at 1-1, Chara received a …

Post GameApr 26, 6 months ago

Bruins timely goals huge in series-clinching victory

Bruins timely goals huge in series-clinching victory

If there was one key prior to Saturday’s game against the Detroit Red Wings, it was scoring that first goal. Loui Eriksson did that-scoring his first playoff goal since May 14, 2008. This was the theme of the afternoon-timely scoring. After Pavel D…

Post GameApr 25, 6 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Red Wings Game 4

Player of the Game: Bruins-Red Wings Game 4

To no surprise, the Detroit Red Wings were in desperation mode during Game 4 Thursday night. With the returns of Henrik Zetterberg and Todd Bertuzzi, the Red Wings liked their chances. Early on, Mike Babcock’s team came out firing on all cylinders …