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What we learned: Bad bounces and old habits creep up in Anaheim

Sweeney in a rather precarious situation as NHL trade deadline looms

An adjustment period for all parties in Montreal under Claude Julien

What we learned: Bruins finally find success in California

Nov 19, 3 years ago

Rask bounces back nicely in win over Hurricanes

Rask bounces back nicely in win over Hurricanes

Tuukka Rask and the Boston Bruins bounced back nicely in a 4-1 victory over the Carolina Hurricanes Monday night. Rask finished the night with 23 saves on 24 shots rebounding from one of his worst games of the 2013-14 season against the Ottawa Senato…

Nov 18, 3 years ago

Player of the Week: November 11th-November 17th

Player of the Week: November 11th-November 17th

If you were looking for Brad Marchand the last two weeks, he could be found on the side of a milk carton “missing in action.” This week was a different story. Although he didn’t compile eye-popping numbers, Marchand had one goal and produced a …

Nov 18, 3 years ago

Daily Buzz: November 18, 2013

Daily Buzz: November 18, 2013

Today on Bruins Daily Chris Chirichiello kicks things off with another edition of his Bruins Daily Player of the Week. Will Tuukka Rask win the award for the second week in a row, or will there be a newcomer who earns this week’s honors. Stay t…

Nov 16, 3 years ago

Home is where the heart is

Home is where the heart is

Heading into their five-game home stand, Boston dropped three out of their last four games, including three losses against Eastern Conference opponents (NJ, PIT, NYI). With Loui Eriksson battling back from a concussion, the Bruins offense blatantly s…

Nov 15, 3 years ago

Chad Johnson spells Rask nicely in win over Blue Jackets

Chad Johnson spells Rask nicely in win over Blue Jackets

If you ask any coach in the National Hockey League what is one of the most underrated aspects of the build of their team is, a majority of them would say a backup goaltender. On this night for the Boston Bruins where workhorse Tuukka Rask got a night…

Nov 15, 3 years ago

Bruins killing penalties at a high success

Bruins killing penalties at a high success

Twenty-six. That’s the number of consecutive penalties that the Boston Bruins have killed. That in and of itself is very impressive, but even more impressive is the fact that the B’s are making it look pretty easy. Thursday’s game a…