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Report CardsMay 17, 4 years ago

Boston Bruins report card: No. 6 Dennis Wideman

Name: Dennis Wideman Position: Defense Age: 26 Height: 6’0″ Weight: 196 Shoots: Right Status: $3,937,500 cap-hit through 2011-12 season 2009-10 Defensive partners: (dobberhockey.com) Playoffs, EV: 55.87% w/ Matt Hunwick Playoffs, PP: 72.3…

Report CardsMay 14, 4 years ago

Coming soon: 2009-10 Boston Bruins individual report cards

After the recent egg-laying by the Boston Bruins in Game 7 at the TD ¬†Garden, I decided to forgo my ranting and ravings until a later date. Instead, I will jump-start my individual report cards — in order of jersey number — for each play…

UncategorizedMay 13, 4 years ago

Don’t blame the Bruins’ brass for recent playoff struggles

The Bruins recent drought in goals is nothing new this season for the boys in Black-and-Gold. Up until the final minute of last night’s 2-1 loss, Boston had gone nearly seven playoff periods without hitting the back of the net. Akin to the regu…

UncategorizedMay 12, 4 years ago

Bruins with another stab at clinching

Following an uneventful and lackluster 4-0 loss in Game 5 on Monday night to the Flyers, the Bruins have another chance at advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals, for the first time in nearly two decades, tonight at the Wachovia Center. Philadelp…

Post GameMay 10, 4 years ago

Bruins lack confidence and desperation in Game 5

The Bruins lackluster effort against the Philadelphia Flyers tonight was evident all night long. Lack of desperation and energy was replaced with carelessness and frustration as they dropped this possible series-ending Game 5 at the TD Garden with a …

UncategorizedMay 7, 4 years ago

Game 4 preview: Bruins look for a sweep, first finals appearance since 1991-92

The year was 1991-92: Glen Murray played in his first NHL game after being drafted by the Boston Bruins with their first-round pick — 18th overall — and Vladimir Ruzicka topped all Bruins’ forwards with 75 points. Backstopped by And…