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Bruins Daily Player of the WeekNov 25, 11 months ago

Player of the Week: November 18th-24th

Player of the Week: November 18th-24th

If you are still wondering who one of the other players the Boston Bruins received in the Tyler Seguin mega-deal, there may be a problem. Reilly Smith has been a substantial part of the Black and Gold’s success so far this season. Last week, Smith …

Post GameNov 23, 11 months ago

Bruins’ third line back in the swing of things

Bruins’ third line back in the swing of things

Last year, the Bruins had a revolving door on the third line. Sure, they had the reliable duo of Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley. But the other forward spot saw guys like Chris Bourque, Jordan Caron, Daniel Paille, Jaromir Jagr and Tyler Seguin (just t…

Post GameNov 22, 11 months ago

Kevan Miller fits right in for B’s NHL debut

Kevan Miller fits right in for B’s NHL debut

If you were concerned with who was going to fill the void at defenseman for the Boston Bruins with Adam McQuaid and Dennis Seidenberg out with injuries, fear no more for the moment. Kevan Miller stepped in for the Black and Gold Thursday night making…

Post GameNov 21, 11 months ago

Three takeaways: Bruins-Blues

Three takeaways: Bruins-Blues

Even a shootout couldn’t trump Thursday night’s showdown between the Bruins and the Blues at the TD Garden. Both teams came in with a 7-2-1 mark in their last 10, and its safe to say that they both brought the intensity. It was similar to a 15-ro…

Post GameNov 15, 11 months ago

Chad Johnson spells Rask nicely in win over Blue Jackets

Chad Johnson spells Rask nicely in win over Blue Jackets

If you ask any coach in the National Hockey League what is one of the most underrated aspects of the build of their team is, a majority of them would say a backup goaltender. On this night for the Boston Bruins where workhorse Tuukka Rask got a night…

Post GameNov 15, 11 months ago

Bruins killing penalties at a high success

Bruins killing penalties at a high success

Twenty-six. That’s the number of consecutive penalties that the Boston Bruins have killed. That in and of itself is very impressive, but even more impressive is the fact that the B’s are making it look pretty easy. Thursday’s game a…