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NewsJun 13, 3 years ago

Bruins-Canucks series “a war of the words”

BOSTON — There’s no denying that Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo created a buzz after Vancouver’s 1-0 win in Game 5 with his postgame comments, which have added some extra drama in what has now become a series full of quotables. I…

PreviewsJun 12, 3 years ago

Outside comments and distractions not rattling Bruins, Thomas

BOSTON — Whether you think the recent commenting jabs between some Vancouver-to-Boston players are blow out of proportion or not, they’re not getting anywhere near Tim Thomas’ nerves. From Canucks’ netminder Roberto LuongoR…

PreviewsJun 12, 3 years ago

Bruins ready for Game 6 after physical, focused practice

BOSTON — When the Bruins stick to their physical, hard-nosed game, they’ve proven to be a team that’s nearly impossible to beat. On one hand, they’ve only showcased that side of their game fully in Games 3 and 4 at home inside…

NewsJun 11, 3 years ago

Stanley Cup Finals: Bruins post Game 5 notebook

Tim Thomas: Made 24-of-25 saves last night in a losing effort. The Vezina front-runner had his 110:42 shutout streak end at the hands of Maxim Lapierre at 4:35 of the third period. With those 25 shots-against, Thomas surpassed Ron Hextal for second-p…

Post GameJun 11, 3 years ago

Stanley Cup Finals: Bruins down 3-2 due to power outage

The Bruins fired 31 shots on Roberto Luongo last night and made him look like Terry Sawchuk, as Vancouver blanked the B’s 1-0 in Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals at the Rogers Arena. One obvious and glaring area of the Bruins’ game that i…

UncategorizedJun 10, 3 years ago

Marchand doing more than scoring goals

Bruins rookie forward Bard Marchand is starting to become one of those players you hate, unless he’s on your team in which case you love the guy. There’s no doubt Marchand is a bit of a punk, but he certainly fits the role of a “big bad bruin…