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Post GameDec 13, 9 months ago

60 minute efforts lacking but B’s finding ways to win

60 minute efforts lacking but B’s finding ways to win

As the Boston Bruins embarked on their road trip through Canada, the injuries and sicknesses began to pile up, which led to Matt Fraser, Ryan Spooner and Nick Johnson being called up from Providence. The 60-minute efforts just weren’t there on a ni…

Post GameDec 8, 9 months ago

Rough night for Bruins despite comeback win over Penguins

Rough night for Bruins despite comeback win over Penguins

Already without defensemen Adam McQuaid (lower body injury) and Johnny Boychuk (Back injury) the Bruins could not afford to lose any more regulars. As they embark on a four game road trip that will take them through Western Canada, the Bruins will be…

Post GameNov 29, 10 months ago

Three takeaways: Bruins-Rangers

Three takeaways: Bruins-Rangers

That was the response the Bruins needed. After taking a shellacking from the Red Wings Wednesday night in Detroit, the Bruins bounced back nicely with a 3-2 win over the New York Rangers in front of a nationally televised audience and the 181st conse…

Post GameNov 29, 10 months ago

Chara’s Gordie Howe hat trick leads Bruins past Rangers

Chara’s Gordie Howe hat trick leads Bruins past Rangers

After the Red Wings ruined their Thanksgiving eve Wednesday night with a 6-1 beat down in Detroit the Bruins knew they needed to bounce back strong Friday afternoon when they hosted the New York Rangers in their annual Black Friday matinee. After pra…

Bruins Daily Player of the WeekNov 18, 10 months ago

Player of the Week: November 11th-November 17th

Player of the Week: November 11th-November 17th

If you were looking for Brad Marchand the last two weeks, he could be found on the side of a milk carton “missing in action.” This week was a different story. Although he didn’t compile eye-popping numbers, Marchand had one goal and produced a …

Post GameNov 15, 10 months ago

Bruins killing penalties at a high success

Bruins killing penalties at a high success

Twenty-six. That’s the number of consecutive penalties that the Boston Bruins have killed. That in and of itself is very impressive, but even more impressive is the fact that the B’s are making it look pretty easy. Thursday’s game a…