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UncategorizedFeb 27, 5 years ago

The Bruins’ long month ahead

The Boston Bruins will look to add-on to their four-game win-streak after this Olympic break as they kick things off at the TD Garden on Tuesday, Mar. 2 against the Montreal Canadiens. This will be the two rivals’ fifth of six total meetings …

NewsFeb 24, 5 years ago

Bruins recall Matt Dalton from ECHL on emergency basis

Peter Chiarelli announced today that the Boston Bruins had recalled goaltender Matt Dalton from the Reading Royals of their East Coast Hockey League [ECHL] affiliate on an emergency basis.  Bruins’ undeclared No. 2 net-minder Tim Thomas will …

HistoryFeb 22, 5 years ago

Today in Boston Bruins’ history

On Feb. 22, 1927, a flashing red light was used for the first time at the Boston Arena to signal a goal scored. Goal judges — originally named umpires in their inception in 1877 – had waved a flag prior to that time The Bruins won that game,…

UncategorizedFeb 22, 5 years ago

The Neely SK8 Challenge

The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care, along with the Boston Bruins Foundation, have raised over $77,000 for children battling cancer and their families–with nearly $70,000 raised online. This charity event is held at FMC Arenas across the s…

UncategorizedFeb 20, 5 years ago

Update on the Bruins’ Olympians progress

With each teams playing two games thus far, here’s how the Black-and-Gold members are faring for their respective countries in the 2010 Winter Olympics: Team Canada: [1-0-1, 5 points, 2nd place Group A] Center, No. 37 Patrice Bergeron:  0-1-1 sc…

UncategorizedFeb 19, 5 years ago

What the Bruins could do with all those draft picks

As the Mar. 3 trade deadline approaches, there will be some teams in the NHL who will be buyers to make their last minute push through the playoffs, and some will be sellers while looking to rebuild down the road. And then there will be a handful of …