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Playoff CentralMay 15, 3 months ago

Canadiens use Bruins’ “disrespect” as motivation

Canadiens use Bruins’ “disrespect” as motivation

In 1967 legendary song writer Aretha Franklin wrote a song asking for it. Here and now in 2014 the Montreal Canadiens feel the Bruins didn’t have enough of it. What is that “it” I am referring to? Respect, and according to the Canadiens, the Br…

Bruins Daily Player of the WeekMay 15, 3 months ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 7

Player of the Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 7

The Boston Bruins summer has started earlier than expected. One reason why? Carey Price outplaying Tuukka Rask in the series. And it was no different Wednesday night in Game 7 as Price bared down as the Bruins threw their best punch (which wasn’t g…

Daily NewsMay 14, 3 months ago

Bruins Daily TV: Bruins-Habs Game 7 edition

Bruins Daily TV: Bruins-Habs Game 7 edition

Your’s truly and Erika Leigh preview Bruins-Habs Game 7 and take your predictions from social media in the latest edition of Bruins Daily TV. Will the Bruins pull off the victory and advance to face the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conferen…

Post GameMay 13, 3 months ago

Bruins keys to Game 7: Experience, home ice and desperation

Bruins keys to Game 7: Experience, home ice and desperation

Even in an empty TD Garden Tuesday afternoon the intensity was palpable. Because the Boston Bruins couldn’t close out the Montreal Canadiens Monday night at the Bell Centre, the Black and Gold will host an all important win or go home Game 7 We…

Daily NewsMay 13, 3 months ago

Bruins-Canadiens Game 7: As good as it gets

Bruins-Canadiens Game 7: As good as it gets

MONTREAL – Bruins-Canadiens Game 7. It goes together like peanut butter and jelly. It’s a rivalry that is etched in stone in the National Hockey League. A rivalry that spans back to the “Roaring 20′s.” A rivalry that, over t…

Playoff CentralMay 13, 3 months ago

Bruins’ blunders help Canadiens force Game 7

Bruins’ blunders help Canadiens force Game 7

MONTREAL- A mishandle of the puck off the stick of Kevan Miller in the first period, and a slight hesitation from Tuukka Rask in the second was all the Montreal Canadiens needed to defeat the Boston Bruins in Game 6, 4-0, and force a winner-take-all …