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Dec 11, 3 months ago

What we learned: Lack of “O” becoming offensive

What we learned: Lack of “O” becoming offensive

Some 20 of 29 and counting – the number of games in which the Boston Bruins have scored two or fewer goals this season. Thursday, a 4-2 stinker in losing to the NHL-worse Colorado Avalanche at home. Saturday night, last in the Atlantic Division Tor…

Dec 11, 3 months ago

Missed opportunities, lack of scoring depth continues to hurt Bruins

Missed opportunities, lack of scoring depth continues to hurt Bruins

It’s been a weird stretch for the Bruins offense in their last three games. On Wednesday, the Bruins got three pucks past Capitals’ goalie Braden Holtby, a guy who entering Wednesday had allowed just three goals in his previous five contests agai…

Dec 10, 3 months ago

With added confidence, Danton Heinen set to return

With added confidence, Danton Heinen set to return

BRIGHTON — Sometimes, a trip to Providence can be used for a confidence boost. For Danton Heinen, his first stint with the Baby Bruins gave him that added morale. Following a strong training camp, the former University of Denver product earned…

Dec 9, 4 months ago

What we learned: Avalanche smother Bruins to extend TD Garden streak

What we learned: Avalanche smother Bruins to extend TD Garden streak

Your water-cooler Q before Thursday night’s tangle with the Colorado Avalanche? Which NHL team has the longest unbeaten streak against the Bruins at TD Garden? Well, technically at first blush you are right with Montreal’s current 0-7-2 run. But …

Dec 9, 4 months ago

Jekyll and Hyde Bruins buried by Avalanche

Jekyll and Hyde Bruins buried by Avalanche

A common terminology for the Boston Bruins since the 2014-15 season is Jekyll and Hyde. As repetitive as it gets, there are times where it rings true for Claude Julien and company. In a span of 48 hours, the Bruins managed to showcase that to a &#821…

Dec 7, 4 months ago

Bruins persevering through first third of the season

Bruins persevering through first third of the season

BRIGHTON — Nothing ever comes easy with the Boston Bruins. Through the first 26 games – nearly one-third of the way through the 2016-17 season – the Bruins are still trying to find consistency. Whether they’re overcoming inj…