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Oct 20, 4 weeks ago

Bruins get timely response following Gudbranson’s hit on Vatrano

Bruins get timely response following Gudbranson’s hit on Vatrano

Game 6 of 82. The Bruins entered their four-game homestand looking for some sort of response – without Tuukka Rask – following a 2-3 start. Their first opponent of the four-game homestand? The Vancouver Canucks, a team in rebuilding mode….

Oct 15, 1 month ago

What we learned: Chara sets the tone in Glendale

What we learned: Chara sets the tone in Glendale

It’s only the fourth game but judging from some of the reaction from Bruins fans after being swept in their home-and-home with the Colorado Avalanche, the sky might as well have been falling. No, it wasn’t that bad, nor was their game aga…

Oct 12, 1 month ago

What we learned: Bruins hit big low in Mile High City

What we learned: Bruins hit big low in Mile High City

Forty-eight hours before, a Columbus Day matinee against the Colorado Avalanche in which a Bruins’ flat performance produced a 4-0 loss. Two first-period goals on the Avs’ first two shots. The first one a half-save by Tuukka Rask when a Nail Yaku…

Oct 6, 1 month ago

What we learned: Juggling acts – and new kids – take center stage

What we learned: Juggling acts – and new kids – take center stage

Into the last days of training camp, the Boston Bruins’ line charts to start the season were pretty much set. Until Torey Krug (jaw) and Patrice Bergeron (lower body) went down with recent injuries – and David Backes with diverticulitis. Seems li…

Oct 6, 1 month ago

They are the youth gone wild

http://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/McAvoy-10-5-vs-Preds.jpghttp://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/McAvoy-10-5-vs-Preds.jpgThey are the youth gone wild

It was just one taste but for Charlie McAvoy, Anders Bjork and Jake DeBrusk, they had one helluva opening act in their regular season debut. The highly touted trio of youngsters earned their rightful spots in marquee roles out of training camp. On op…

Apr 24, 7 months ago

Bruins proud of themselves despite series loss to Sens

Bruins proud of themselves despite series loss to Sens

It wasn’t the ending they wanted, but the Bruins should be proud of themselves despite failing to advance to the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Sunday’s overtime loss on home ice was the final nail in coffin as the Bruins’ season end…