Questions surround Bruins as training camp begins

NHL 15 review: rough transition to next-gen

“Behind the B” season two to premiere on Sept. 15

Questions continue for B’s at State of the Bruins

UncategorizedApr 16, 4 years ago

How the Bruins can turn this series around

Now that’s what I call, Playoff Hockey. Despite the 2-1 loss to the Buffalo Sabres at the HSBC Arena in game one of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals last night, the Boston Bruins can turn this thing around as there were more positives to pr…

Post GameApr 15, 4 years ago

Sabres 2, Bruins 1: this one’s going the distance

The Buffalo Sabres took the first game of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals tonight with a 2-1 victory over the Boston Bruins at the HSBC Arena. Here’s my seven-points recap. Earlier today, Claude Julien told the media “who cares”…

UncategorizedApr 15, 4 years ago

Two out for Sabres

According to Mike Harrington on the Sabres Edge blog in The Buffalo News, center Jochen Hecht will be out “weeks, not days” after undergoing another procedure on one of his fingers. Also, Sabres forward Drew Stafford (concussion) will be…

UncategorizedApr 14, 4 years ago

Pledge this beard

No, there isn’t a shortage in razor blades or Edge shaving gel this week. Those five o’clock shadows you’ve seen at the office today is the telltale sign of one very important thing in a man’s life: the NHL playoffs. The Bosto…

UncategorizedApr 14, 4 years ago

Series preview: Bruins vs. Sabres

The 2009-10 Boston Bruins certainly didn’t repeat their 116-point season of last year, but with 91 points, they did managed to squeak into the playoffs with the sixth-seed. The B’s finished the regular season with a 4-1-1 record and 91 po…

UncategorizedApr 13, 4 years ago

Bruins call-up four for playoffs roster

The Boston Bruins recalled four players earlier today in preparation for the 2009-10 NHL playoffs. Bruins’ general manager Peter Chiarelli announced the call-ups of forwards Drew Larman, Mikko Lehtonen, and Maxime Sauve, goaltender Dany Sabour…