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NewsApr 18, 2 years ago

Seguin looks to turn corner in Game 4

During the regular season, Tyler Seguin became that player the Boston Bruins thought he could be when the team drafted him second overall in the 2010 National Hockey League entry draft. He led the Bruins with 29 goals and 67 points, but during the 20…

NewsApr 13, 2 years ago

Thomas delivers…again

For 40 minutes of the Boston Bruins’ 1-0 overtime win over the Washington Capitals in Game 1, Tim Thomas could have taken a nap, sipped on a pina colada, make another status update on Facebook or find another way to relax. After all, the reigni…

Post GameApr 13, 2 years ago

Kelly steals show from Holtby

For 61 minutes and 18 seconds it was the Braden Holtby show, then with one single shot—his only shot of the night—it became the Chris Kelly show. Through three periods of regulation playoff hockey the Bruins had 29 shots, Holtby had 29 saves. The…

NewsApr 5, 2 years ago

Career highs aplenty for Bruins

As the 2011-12 National Hockey League regular season approaches its last weekend and 16 lucky teams began to embark on a journey that they all hope leads them to Lord Stanley’s Cup, now is a good time to sit back and look at what went down over the…

NewsApr 3, 2 years ago

Tyler Seguin wins Bruins seventh player award

With just three games left in the 2011-12 Boston Bruins regular season the Bruins handed out their annual seventh player award before another sold out TD Garden crowd. The award is given each year to the Bruins player who goes above and beyond the du…

UncategorizedMar 20, 3 years ago

Rolston finally getting comfortable with Bruins after 4-point night

Many Bruins fans wanted General Manager Peter Chiarelli to make a big splash during the NHL trading deadline that took place a few weeks ago. But the GM reiterated once again that he wanted to find more pieces to add to the puzzle — that’…