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Apr 23, 8 months ago

Untimely penalty ends a bittersweet season for Bruins

Untimely penalty ends a bittersweet season for Bruins

As the realization of the Bruins’ season comes to a close, the talk of the future of the team will start to take shape. In the moment, however, things are a little tough to swallow. In a game that began with the Bruins fighting through three de…

Apr 22, 8 months ago

Injury to Krejci, Wideman’s chirping, not sitting well with Bruins

Injury to Krejci, Wideman’s chirping, not sitting well with Bruins

The impact may not have been immediate, but the Bruins were certainly fired up after seeing one of their own leave another game against the Senators due to injury. Not only were they upset that Chris Wideman didn’t get called – on another…

Apr 21, 8 months ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins-Senators Game 5

Game Day Preview: Bruins-Senators Game 5

The Bruins are in familiar territory: with their backs against the wall. Their battle through adversity has been well documented over the past few months. Tonight, they face their biggest obstacle of the season – an elimination game. Win and yo…

Apr 20, 8 months ago

Facing elimination, Bruins ready to take things one game at a time

Facing elimination, Bruins ready to take things one game at a time

For most of the Bruins, they’ve been in this position before. But on the other hand, they’ve also been in the position the Senators are in. The Bruins enter Game 5 Friday night in Ottawa with their season on the line. Thanks to their 1-0 loss at …

Apr 20, 8 months ago

Bruins not getting enough from Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak

Bruins not getting enough from Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak

Hockey is a team game, and in order to win in the playoffs, you need a complete effort. To go along with that complete effort, you always need your best players to be just that. Heading into Game 5, the Ottawa Senators have gotten more than enough fr…

Apr 20, 8 months ago

What we learned: Bruins staring down the barrel after Game 4 loss

What we learned: Bruins staring down the barrel after Game 4 loss

Game 4 – down, 2-1, in the series. OK, not a “must win,” but pretty close. After 82 games and three in the postseason, the Boston Bruins’ backs are, well, not against the wall. But that wall in full view Wednesday night at TD Garden. Some goo…