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Playoff CentralMay 2, 1 year ago

Merlot line key in Boston Bruins’ Game 1 victory

Merlot line key in Boston Bruins’ Game 1 victory

The Merlot will taste pretty sweet for Shawn Thornton, Daniel Paille and Gregory Campbell after Wednesday’s performance. During their time as a unit, the trio’s goal is always the same: provide the Bruins with energy if needed. It’s safe to say…

Playoff CentralMay 2, 1 year ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Maple Leafs Game 1

Player of the Game: Bruins-Maple Leafs Game 1

The Boston Bruins finally played as close of a 60 minute game that they have played in months. They defended their home ice in a 4-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1 of their first round series at the TD Garden. One of the reasons why w…

Playoff CentralApr 30, 1 year ago

Nathan Horton eager to return to the postseason

Nathan Horton eager to return to the postseason

Two years ago, Nathan Horton etched his name into Bruins’ playoff lore. After coming from the Florida Panthers during the 2010 offseason, Horton entered the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time in his career. Despite having no prior postseas…

Playoff CentralApr 29, 1 year ago

Bruins hand Habs division title; face Leafs in playoffs

Bruins hand Habs division title; face Leafs in playoffs

Heading into Sunday nights regular season finale against the Ottawa Senators, the Boston Bruins’ mission was simple, beat a team you’ve already beaten four times and the Northeast division title is yours for the third straight season. But the…

Game DayApr 27, 1 year ago

Bruins travel to DC eying Northeast Division title

Bruins travel to DC eying Northeast Division title

All that’s left for the Boston Bruins to accomplish in the 2013 NHL regular season is their third straight Northeast Division title. With a game in hand on the Montreal Canadiens, whom they are currently tied with atop the division, the Black …

Daily NewsApr 26, 1 year ago

Lucic showing signs of improvement

Lucic showing signs of improvement

Last Saturday in an important tilt against the Eastern Conference leading Pittsburgh Penguins, Milan Lucic was nowhere to be found, literally. Lucic was a healthy scratch for the first time this season, something that usually doesn’t happen to play…