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Bruins first line shines in thrilling victory over Sharks

Seth Griffith gets timely with first career goal

Game day preview: Bruins vs. Sharks

NHL Holding at “14” and “16” – For Now

UncategorizedJan 30, 4 years ago

Boston Bruins player of the month | January

While the Bruins were limited to just two games last week, I’ve decided to forgo the Bruin of the Week and jump right into the big picture: The Bruins’ player of the month for January. Posting an 8-4-2 record in 14 games this month (4-3-0…

UncategorizedJan 26, 4 years ago

End of 40: Bruins 2, Panthers 0

Tim Thomas wasn’t tested much — other than robbing Shawn Matthias on a 2-on-1 break — but stood tall and made all eight saves in the second period. Milan Lucic (4-1-5 in his last six games) notched his 20th of the season — a s…

UncategorizedJan 26, 4 years ago

End of 20: Bruins 1, Panthers 0

David Krejci went into the boards hard fter falling akwardly from a Steven Weiss bump in the corner. No. 46 was on the ice, wincing and holding his left arm/hand. He missed a shift or two, but was back out with linemates Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton…

UncategorizedJan 26, 4 years ago

Thomas vs. Vokoun; Bruins lineup vs. Panthers

Tim Thomas (23-5-6, 1.84 GAA, .945 Save %) vs. Tomas Vokoun (17-15-3, 2.53 GAA, .922 Save %) Milan Lucic–David Krejci–Nathan Horton Brad Marchand–Patrice Bergeron–Mark Recchi Blake Wheeler–Tyler Seguin–Michael Ryde…

NewsJan 23, 4 years ago

It’s time to put Marchand’s name in the Calder discussions

This very well could have been Brad Marchand’s last season with the Boston Bruins organization. Drafted in the third round in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft, Marchand entered each of his training camps here in Boston as one of those players on the …

UncategorizedJan 23, 4 years ago

Viewer poll: Boston Bruins player of the week

The Boston Bruins finished the week with a 3-1-0 record, outscoring opponents 20-8, and while sitting in first place in the Northeast Division and third overall in the East with 61 standings points. There were plenty of players worthy of the ‘P…