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Jan 15, 2 years ago

What we learned: Bruins hold third period lead

What we learned: Bruins hold third period lead

BUFFALO– As the Bruins finished their five-game road trip Friday night in Buffalo, they could have been walking into a much better situation had they held on to two third period leads in their previous two contests. In Monday’s loss to the Ne…

Jan 15, 2 years ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Sabres

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Sabres

With losses in eight of their last ten games (2-7-1), the Boston Bruins look to snap out of their skid against the team that arguably started the downhill spiral the day after Christmas. In their first meeting of the 2015-16 season, the Buffalo Sabre…

Dec 27, 2 years ago

Welcome back, Jack!

Welcome back, Jack!

For Jack Eichel, the pixie dust just keeps on flowing. The day after Thanksgiving it was the Hayes’ brigade heading up the Expressway from Dorchester to TD Garden for the much-anticipated brothers Jimmy and Kevin squaring off in the matinee between…

Dec 26, 2 years ago

Game Day Preview: Sabres at Bruins

Game Day Preview: Sabres at Bruins

The Bruins missed an opportunity to jump to first place in the Atlantic Division before the NHL’s three-day holiday break in a 2-0 loss to the Blues on Tuesday. But not all was lost after the Canadiens dropped their fifth straight game in a 2-…

Mar 26, 3 years ago

Throwback Thursday: Brian Gionta still playing big after all these years

http://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/2014-12-21-Boston-Bruins-vs-Buffalo-Sabres-8.jpgThrowback Thursday: Brian Gionta still playing big after all these years

(Note: Some of the following material is from previous interviews by Snow with Brian Gionta.) St. Patrick’s Day, 2015, and first-year Buffalo Sabre Brian Gionta is back where it all began for him in 1997-98. How good of a ride has it been for the R…

Mar 18, 3 years ago

Lack of finish haunts Bruins in shootout loss to Sabres

Lack of finish haunts Bruins in shootout loss to Sabres

Scoring has been quite the problem for the Boston Bruins as of late. In their last 12 periods of hockey, they have scored a measly five goals. Tuesday night was no different against the lowly Buffalo Sabres. After dominating the first period of play …