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Apr 19, 8 months ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins-Senators Game 4

Game Day Preview: Bruins-Senators Game 4

The Bruins’ main objective tonight? Make the remainder of the series a best-of-three. With their 4-3 overtime win in Game 3 on Monday night, the Senators have regained home ice advantage in the best-of-seven first round series. Another win in G…

Apr 18, 8 months ago

Bruins suffer “demoralizing and disappointing” OT loss after Nash penalty

Bruins suffer “demoralizing and disappointing” OT loss after Nash penalty

In a game where the Bruins came back from a three-goal deficit to even things up, the last thing anyone imagined were for the officials to dictate an important moment in the contest. Especially in overtime. On a night where they let much of the physi…

Apr 13, 8 months ago

No strangers to adversity, resilient Bruins continue to persevere

No strangers to adversity, resilient Bruins continue to persevere

Whether it was the firing of Claude Julien, the four-game losing streak in late March or their fight for playoff positioning, the Bruins entered their first postseason appearance in three years having encountered their share of adversity during the 2…

Apr 12, 8 months ago

What we learned: Rask leads Bruins to gutsy win in postseason return

What we learned: Rask leads Bruins to gutsy win in postseason return

How’s that for the first playoff game in exactly 1,085 days? And 1,089 days between playoff wins? In their first appearance of the Stanley Cup Playoffs since their Game 7 loss to the Montreal Canadiens in the 2014 Eastern Conference Semifinals,…

Apr 12, 8 months ago

After two-year absence, Bruins veterans appreciative of postseason

After two-year absence, Bruins veterans appreciative of postseason

Since their last postseason game on May 14, 2014, the Bruins have seen their fair share of changes. Gone are the likes of Milan Lucic, Johnny Boychuk, Dougie Hamilton, Chris Kelly, Claude Julien, Loui Eriksson, Shawn Thornton, Daniel Paille, Gregory …

Apr 7, 8 months ago

What we learned: Home ice in the first round now unlikely

What we learned: Home ice in the first round now unlikely

Heading into Thursday’s contest with the Ottawa Senators, the Bruins knew a regulation win would be ideal in their search for home-ice advantage for the opening round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. After an impressive first period where they…