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Jan 13, 4 weeks ago

Jimmy Hayes promoted to first line

Jimmy Hayes promoted to first line

While the Boston Bruins are amidst a 3-6-1 slide, head coach Claude Julien decided to juggle his lines a little bit promoting forward Jimmy Hayes to the first line to play alongside Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand. Hayes hasn’t been all that con…

Jan 13, 4 weeks ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Flyers

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Flyers

With a 2-6-1 mark in their last nine games, the Boston Bruins are in a bit of a rut. Over the last two games, in particular, they haven’t been able to finish their chances as they now find themselves in a tie with the Devils (with three games i…

Jan 12, 4 weeks ago

Murphy’s Hockey Law: Bruins mid-season awards & looking ahead

Murphy’s Hockey Law: Bruins mid-season awards & looking ahead

The 2015-16 Boston Bruins entered this season with plenty of question marks. After the winds of change blew through Causeway Street leaving a new general manager in Don Sweeney and plenty of new faces on the roster, there was really no telling how be…

Jan 11, 1 month ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Rangers

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Rangers

The Boston Bruins 3,001st win was delayed Saturday night as they fell victims to the Ottawa Senators in overtime, 2-1. The Black and Gold got another reinforcement back as Brad Marchand was inserted into the lineup after serving his three-game suspen…

Jan 9, 1 month ago

What we learned: Bruins stumble in OT loss to Senators

What we learned: Bruins stumble in OT loss to Senators

They last met on December 29, a throwback to the Big Bad Bruins of yesteryear. That 7-3 trouncing by Boston over Ottawa featured the most goals of the season so far by the Black and Gold. It also ended with 110 total penalty minutes, 82 in the last 6…

Jan 9, 1 month ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Senators

http://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Bruins-Senators-Game-Day-Preview-1-9-16.jpgGame Day Preview: Bruins at Senators

With last night’s win over the Devils — their 3,000th in franchise history — the Boston Bruins pulled ahead of New Jersey for the top wild card spot in the Eastern Conference. Their opponent tonight, the Ottawa Senators, are two poi…