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Mar 10, 4 months ago

Brad Marchand from “Little Ball of Hate” to NHL Elite

Brad Marchand from “Little Ball of Hate” to NHL Elite

From winning a Stanley Cup in 2011 to an All-Star game appearance and representing Team Canada during international competition – most recently at this year’s World Cup of Hockey – Brad Marchand’s accolades already speak volumes. The …

Mar 9, 4 months ago

Bruins go back to basics with explosive first period

Bruins go back to basics with explosive first period

The one constant in the eight prior victories under interim coach Bruce Cassidy was the Bruins getting on the board first and scoring in the first period. In their three losses, the B’s allowed the first goal of the game. Only once did they com…

Mar 6, 4 months ago

What we learned: Bruins fall behind, lose ground on Sens

What we learned: Bruins fall behind, lose ground on Sens

This may be the worst the Bruins have looked in 11 games under Bruce Cassidy. With a chance to match the Ottawa Senators in the standings on Monday night, the Bruins came out flat in an important four-point game against their Atlantic Division foes. …

Mar 3, 4 months ago

What we learned: Playoff-type game – advantage Rangers

What we learned: Playoff-type game – advantage Rangers

March 2. Game No. 64. Eighteen left; 11 at TD Garden. Thursday night, the New York Rangers in town for the first official matchup in the push to postseason play. Yeah, the two wins against the San Jose Sharks since Bruce Cassidy took over were impres…

Mar 3, 4 months ago

Late interference call caps off B’s frustrating night vs. Lundqvist

Late interference call caps off B’s frustrating night vs. Lundqvist

No human being is expected to leap over tall structures like the Prudential Tower or Empire State Building, including David Backes. At least it seemed that way to Backes when trying to avoid contact with Henrik Lundqvist at a pivotal point of Thursda…

Mar 1, 4 months ago

Bruins riding momentum both at and away from TD Garden

Bruins riding momentum both at and away from TD Garden

Last season TD Garden was a house of horrors for the Boston Bruins. Going 17-18-6 at home, the Bruins knew they needed to be better on home ice in 2016-17 in order to return to the postseason after a two-year absence. With Claude Julien behind the Br…