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Bruins get timely response following Gudbranson’s hit on Vatrano

Tuukka Rask diagnosed with concussion

Bergeron, Backes inch closer to return as Bruins look to regroup

What we learned: Power play and Patrice Bergeron’s return propel Bruins

Jun 28, 4 years ago

Bruins ready to lockup Tuukka Rask to long-term deal

Bruins ready to lockup Tuukka Rask to long-term deal

The Bruins are fortunate enough to have talented goalies like Niklas Svedberg and Malcolm Subban in the system, but there is no doubt that Tuukka Rask is the Bruins goalie of the future and both Rask and the Bruins want it that way. “That would be …

Jun 27, 4 years ago

Teammates show appreciation for Patrice Bergeron

Teammates show appreciation for Patrice Bergeron

If it was not evident on Monday night in Boston what winning and his teammates mean to him, let’s refresh your memory. Patrice Bergeron suffered a broken rib, torn cartilage, and a separated shoulder. Not to mention a small hole in his lung and…

Jun 27, 4 years ago

Tight-knit Bruins grew closer in 2013

Tight-knit Bruins grew closer in 2013

Throughout the 2013 season, the Boston Bruins encountered many ups and downs en route to their second Stanley Cup Final appearance in three years. From the start of the lockout shortened season, to their heartbreaking Game 6 loss to the Chicago Black…

Jun 26, 4 years ago

Bruins make difficult decision to let Andrew Ference go

Bruins make difficult decision to let Andrew Ference go

Breakup day is always a sad day for the Bruins and their fans, but on this day it was even more emotional for Andrew Ference and Bruins fans across the world. “Well obviously all of us meet with Peter [Chiarelli] today and with Claude [Julien] as w…

Jun 25, 4 years ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Blackhawks Game 6

Player of the Game: Bruins-Blackhawks Game 6

On a night where the Boston Bruins were a little over a minute away from forcing a Game 7 in Chicago on Wednesday, the Chicago Blackhawks stormed back to score two goals in 17 seconds in the third period to win Lord Stanley at TD Garden. The B’s ha…

Jun 25, 4 years ago

No shame to admit: Blackhawks were better

No shame to admit: Blackhawks were better

Two goals in seventeen seconds. That was the difference from the Boston Bruins forcing a Game 7 and the Chicago Blackhawks hoisting Lord’s Stanley Cup. When Milan Lucic made it 2-1 at 12:11 of the third, the Bruins seemed to have their ticket stamp…