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Game DayMar 12, 1 month ago

Bruins to face desperate Canadiens yet again

Bruins to face desperate Canadiens yet again

Back on January 30, the Bruins hosted a slumping Montreal Canadiens squad who were looking for just their second win in five games. The Habs came into Boston and had their way with the Bruins, beating their longtime rivals 4-1. Despite cutting the le…

Around The NHLFeb 23, 2 months ago

Canada stands alone again with 3-0 win

Canada stands alone again with 3-0 win

It was another golden moment for Patrice Bergeron and Team Canada as they beat Loui Eriksson and Team Sweden 3-0 at Bolshoy Ice Dome. Great players shine on the biggest stage and for the Canadiens-it was Sidney Crosby and Jonathan Toews on Sunday mor…

PreviewsApr 6, 1 year ago

Bruins and Habs battle for first one more time

Bruins and Habs battle for first one more time

In each of the first three meetings, the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens battled for first place in the Northeast Division. Well, things aren’t changing for the fourth and final matchup of the 2013 National Hockey League regular season as …

Game DayMar 27, 1 year ago

Bruins and Habs battle for first place

Bruins and Habs battle for first place

As was the case the last time these two met—a 4-3 Canadiens win back on March 3—the Bruins and Canadiens will battle it out with first place in the Northeast Division on the line. The two historic rivals are currently tied for the lead in the Nor…

NewsFeb 6, 1 year ago

Gameday: Bruins-Habs renew rivalry in Montreal

As always, there is a great deal of anticipation when the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens faceoff at the Bell Centre or TD Garden. But with both teams getting off to a quick start to the shortened 2013 National Hockey League season, the intensit…

NewsJul 2, 2 years ago

Bruins remain silent on free agent front

Many Boston Bruins fans want the team to make a big splash in free agency with names such as Zach Parise and Ryan Suter out there. But B’s general manager Peter Chiarelli believes his team will stand pat — for the most part. Well into day…