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Dec 6, 2 years ago

Prust fined $5,000 for spearing Marchand in the “fun spot”

Prust fined $5,000 for spearing Marchand in the “fun spot”

Brad Marchand began his 400th game by scoring his 13th goal of the season. It ended with a Brandon Prust spear to Marchand’s lower body area that we can only describe as not safe for work. On Sunday, the NHL’s Department of Player Safety …

Dec 6, 2 years ago

What we learned: Bruins dictate pace against Canucks

What we learned: Bruins dictate pace against Canucks

The pace in Vancouver was a little less frantic for the Boston Bruins than the back and forth contest they had in Calgary 24 hours prior. It was a pace that they didn’t mind. “These are the kind of games that we need to play to win,” Brad March…

Dec 5, 2 years ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Canucks

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Canucks

1.2 seconds. That was the time left in regulation when the Calgary Flames tied things and forced overtime, where Johnny Gaudreau capped off the night with a hat trick OT winner and sent the Bruins packing to Vancouver with a bitter taste in their mou…

Dec 5, 2 years ago

What we learned: Flames douse Bruins in OT barnburner

What we learned: Flames douse Bruins in OT barnburner

CALGARY, ALBERTA – “It was a run-and-gun game,” Matt Beleskey said after former Boston College star and 2014 Hobey Baker winner Johnny Gaudreau completed his hat trick at 3:30 of OT in a thrilling come-from-behind 5-4 win Friday night over Bost…

Nov 29, 2 years ago

Murphy’s Hockey Law: Leftovers from a busy Thanksgiving week

Murphy’s Hockey Law: Leftovers from a busy Thanksgiving week

Happy Holidays! Here’s hoping you had a great American Thanksgiving if you celebrated and that your holiday season is off to a good start! One thing for sure is that the Bruins started their holiday season and the second quarter of the 2015-16 …

Nov 29, 2 years ago

Marchand, Julien and Vigneault: a tale of totally different views

Marchand, Julien and Vigneault: a tale of totally different views

The only time Henrik Lundqvist’s name was brought up after the Bruins’ 4-3 victory over the Rangers on Friday was when the Boston media asked about the play where Lundqvist drew an interference call on Brad Marchand. Clearly, Marchand and hea…