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What we learned: Bruins prey on ‘Preds in crucial win

The Rask task takes an interesting turn

Though healthy, Bruins would be wise to monitor Tuukka Rask

Charlie McAvoy’s best path to pro success starts in Providence

Jun 16, 4 years ago

Chris Kelly comes up huge in Bruins Game 2 victory

Chris Kelly comes up huge in Bruins Game 2 victory

CHICAGO- After 22 straight games without a goal, Chris Kelly finally—emphasize finally—got the monkey off his back with a second period tally in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals. In a game where the Bruins were getting outplayed by a wide margin,…

Jun 16, 4 years ago

Line change sparks Bruins past Blackhawks in Game 2

Line change sparks Bruins past Blackhawks in Game 2

CHICAGO – With all the momentum on the Blackhawks side through the first period and a half of Game 2 Saturday night at the United Center, Bruins coach Claude Julien had to shake up his bottom two lines. One of those units, Daniel Paille, Chris …

Jun 15, 4 years ago

Nathan Horton good to go for Game 2

Nathan Horton good to go for Game 2

CHICAGO- After participating in practice yesterday, Bruins forward Nathan Horton returned to the ice this morning at the United Center for the teams’ morning skate. After the skate, Horton met with the media and confirmed he was playing in Game 2 o…

Jun 14, 4 years ago

Horton skates, still day-to-day

Horton skates, still day-to-day

CHICAGO – After sustaining an injury during the first overtime of Wednesday’s triple overtime loss to the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1, Nathan Horton returned to the ice for practice Friday afternoon at the United Center. While that is an…

Jun 13, 4 years ago

Bruins reflect on triple OT loss, look ahead to Game 2

Bruins reflect on triple OT loss, look ahead to Game 2

CHICAGO – It’s been less than 24 hours since the Bruins fell to the Blackhawks in a triple overtime thriller at the United Center. As the Black and Gold took Thursday off to rest up, the feeling among the team is still the same. Wednesday’s…

Jun 13, 4 years ago

Seidenberg beastly in Game One

Seidenberg beastly in Game One

Bruins fans always rave about Zdeno Chara and the amount of ice time he plays on a given night and deservedly so, but in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Dennis Seidenberg was a beast- leading all B’s skaters with an eye-popping 48:36 of total ice…