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Dec 27, 1 month ago

What we learned: Bruins ‘wave’ a division lead goodbye

What we learned: Bruins ‘wave’ a division lead goodbye

At 6:59 of the third period, David Krejci scored his 10th of the year to give the Bruins a 3-1 lead over the Sabres. With the way the Black and Gold were playing up to that point, it seemed like an Atlantic Division lead was in sight as the 17,565 in…

Dec 23, 2 months ago

What we learned: Bruins keep pace with the unthinkable despite loss

What we learned: Bruins keep pace with the unthinkable despite loss

‘Twas the last game before Christmas When all through a packed TD Garden, Bruins faithful were stirring for a league-leading win. The team was prepped by Claude Julien with care In hopes that St. Nicholas would be early there. NESN viewers were rea…

Dec 23, 2 months ago

Loss to Blues shows Bruins are not quite there, yet

Loss to Blues shows Bruins are not quite there, yet

Thanks to their recent stretch of hot play, a lot of eyes have been on the Boston Bruins of late. Watching to see who these Bruins really are, a lot has been learned in the last three weeks. In what was considered a “measuring stick” game by man…

Dec 22, 2 months ago

Opportunity missed, but not lost for Bruins

Opportunity missed, but not lost for Bruins

Whether it’s Game No. 1 or Game No. 82, opportunities will come and go for chances to climb further in the standings. The Bruins entered Game No. 33 with a chance to jump the Montreal Canadiens in the standings with a win over the Blues and a H…

Dec 20, 2 months ago

What we learned: Gustavsson and Schneider steal the show

http://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/What-we-learned-Bruins-Devils.jpgWhat we learned: Gustavsson and Schneider steal the show

Having been on the losing end of his last three starts, Bruins backup Jonas Gustavsson was hoping to give his team a lift against the New Jersey Devils. Down the other end of the ice was Cory Schneider, a Marblehead native and three-year starter at B…

Dec 19, 2 months ago

Bruins’ bottom six forwards stepping up in a big way

Bruins’ bottom six forwards stepping up in a big way

The Boston Bruins find themselves clipping at the Montreal Canadiens’ heels in the Atlantic Division. It may be because Tuukka Rask has hit his stride or Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci and Loui Eriksson are all healthy and playing at…