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Post GameJun 7, 4 years ago

Final score: Bruins 8, Canucks 1

BOSTON – Seven different goal scorers and 40-of-41 saves by Tim Thomas, and the Boston Bruins are right back in this Stanley Cup Finals. Tonight’s 8-1 shellacking ties the 1996 Stanley Cup Finals game for the most lopsided ¬†Finals when C…

UncategorizedFeb 5, 4 years ago

End of 20: Sharks 1, Bruins 0

At the end of the first period at the TD Garden, the Boston Bruins trail the San Jose Sharks, 1-0. Rookie standout Logan Couture put the bad guys on the board with a a power play goal — back-hander that found its way past Tim Thomas. Mark Recch…

UncategorizedJan 26, 4 years ago

End of 40: Bruins 2, Panthers 0

Tim Thomas wasn’t tested much — other than robbing Shawn Matthias on a 2-on-1 break — but stood tall and made all eight saves in the second period. Milan Lucic (4-1-5 in his last six games) notched his 20th of the season — a s…

UncategorizedJan 26, 4 years ago

End of 20: Bruins 1, Panthers 0

David Krejci went into the boards hard fter falling akwardly from a Steven Weiss bump in the corner. No. 46 was on the ice, wincing and holding his left arm/hand. He missed a shift or two, but was back out with linemates Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton…

UncategorizedDec 11, 4 years ago

End of 40: Flyers 1, Bruins 0

Flyers’ forward Jody Shelley nearly put Bruins’ defenseman Adam McQuaid out of commission for a very long time. Just five minutes into the second period Shelley and McQuaid were heading full-steam into the B’s zone chasing down a po…

UncategorizedDec 11, 4 years ago

End of 20: Bruins 0, Flyers 0

Some heavy-hitting to start this game…McQuaid, Boychuk, and Horton especially. The defense had a hard time getting the puck out of their zone in the first frame. The relentless Flyers’ forechecking were a little too much for the B’s…