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Post GameMay 4, 9 months ago

Player of Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 2

Player of Game: Bruins-Canadiens Game 2

Brad Marchand was a very dependable player during the regular season. He played an intricate part in the second-line’s production alongside Patrice Bergeron and Reilly Smith, but through his team’s first six games in the post season, he w…

Daily NewsApr 26, 9 months ago

Marchand not dwelling over missed chances

Marchand not dwelling over missed chances

Had it not been for Jarome Iginla’s game-winner in overtime, Brad Marchand would’ve had quite the heat from Bruins fans and local sports radio. With Red Wings goalie Jonas Gustavsson out of position, Marchand missed an opportunity to bury…

Playoff CentralApr 25, 9 months ago

First line carries Bruins to victory in Game 4

First line carries Bruins to victory in Game 4

They say that Stanley Cups are won with defense and goaltending, but timely scoring can certainly help, and that’s exactly what the Bruins got Thursday night in Game 4. Trying to tie the series at two, the Red Wings came out buzzing in Game 4, jump…

Post GameMar 25, 10 months ago

Superlatives: Bruins-Habs

Superlatives: Bruins-Habs

In a game that saw good goaltending, questionable officiating and bitter moments, the Montreal Canadiens came into the TD Garden and snapped the Boston Bruins’ 12-game winning streak with a 2-1 victory Monday night. Here are some superlatives f…

Post GameFeb 7, 12 months ago

Bruins’ effort vs. Blues overshadows tough ending

Bruins’ effort vs. Blues overshadows tough ending

The Boston Bruins had never won a game when trailing by two goals this season. Although that is still a true statement, the B’s battled back in the third period to overcome a two-goal deficit to earn a point in St. Louis Thursday night. The third p…

Daily NewsFeb 4, 12 months ago

Brad Marchand the face of the Bruins-Canucks rivalry

Brad Marchand the face of the Bruins-Canucks rivalry

Brad Marchand likes to get his nose dirty. After all, one of his monikers is known as the “Noseface Killah”. There is one team in particular that Marchand likes to take a sniff at. And that team happens to be the Bruins’ opponent Tuesday night …