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Oct 28, 10 months ago

Brett Connolly finding his rhythm

Brett Connolly finding his rhythm

When he was drafted with the sixth overall pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft, the Tampa Bay Lightning were hoping that Brett Connolly would eventually turn out to be one of Steven Stamkos’ primary linemates. That was not meant to be, however, as…

Oct 27, 10 months ago

What we learned: Bruins finally win one at home

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In one of their better efforts of the young season, the Boston Bruins finally got a win in front of their own fans. Following a 0-3-1 start at TD Garden — and a 3-0-0 start on the road — the Black and Gold had everything working in their …

Oct 26, 10 months ago

Murphy’s Hockey Law: Julien adapting and cooling that seat once again

Murphy’s Hockey Law: Julien adapting and cooling that seat once again

Just as he has since 2010, Bruins head coach Claude Julien appears to be silencing his critics, adapting on the fly and cooling down the proverbial “hot seat.” This is not to say that Julien will finish the season behind the Bruins bench …

Oct 26, 10 months ago

Weekly 3 Stars: October 19-25, 2015

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In last week’s short two-game slate, we learned that one goaltender is outperforming a former Vezina Trophy winner, a tweak in the lines can do wonders and an important member of the Bruins core welcomes a new member to the family. Each of thes…

Oct 24, 10 months ago

Jonas Gustavsson gets early birthday present

Jonas Gustavsson gets early birthday present

The day before his 31st birthday, Bruins’ backup goalie Jonas Gustavsson got the nod between the pipes against a New York Islanders team that entered Friday night with 18 goals in their last four games, all wins for the Isles. After falling beh…

Oct 24, 10 months ago

What we learned: B’s overcome rough first period in Brooklyn

What we learned: B’s overcome rough first period in Brooklyn

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — For the time being, the Boston Bruins are more comfortable playing on the road. After blowing a two-goal lead to the Flyers in their 5-4 overtime loss Wednesday night at TD Garden — where they remain winless — the Black…