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Nov 16, 4 weeks ago

Little room for error with these Bruins

Little room for error with these Bruins

ANAHEIM, Calif. — Even with a healthy lineup, the margin of error in the National Hockey League is thin. One mistake and a team is chasing. Even if they respond after giving up a goal or two, they can still find themselves behind the proverbial…

Nov 15, 4 weeks ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Ducks

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ANAHEIM, Calif. — A couple of weeks ago, the Bruins eeked out a 2-1 win over the Vegas Golden Knights. Both teams had their share of injuries heading into their second ever matchup at TD Garden. A similar storyline awaits the injury-plagued Bla…

Feb 23, 10 months ago

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

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

Riding a season long four-game winning streak, the Bruins got some help on Wednesday night when the Oilers snapped the Panthers’ five-game win streak in Sunrise. Unfortunately for the Black and Gold, they couldn’t help their own cause. In…

Feb 22, 10 months ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Ducks

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Ducks

In midst of a season-long four-game winning streak, the Bruins are starting to feel a little more confident about themselves under interim coach Bruce Cassidy. Yet, after their win in San Jose on Sunday night, the Black and Gold find themselves outs…

Dec 16, 12 months ago

Addressing the Bruins backup goaltending situation

Addressing the Bruins backup goaltending situation

“Tough call, eh?” Those were the three words stated by Claude Julien when I asked him about whether or not Anton Khudobin will be the starter in Thursday’s game against his former team, the Anaheim Ducks. In theory, the decision see…

Dec 16, 12 months ago

What we learned: Wild swings and two-goal lead go for naught

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Go figure. In the last four contests, the Black and Gold lose two games last week to the lowest rung of the NHL ladder in Colorado and Toronto – both at home. This week, they beat the best team in the league and historic archrival Montreal, and the…