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Playoff CentralJun 23, 1 year ago

Blackhawks top line too much for Chara, Seidenberg

Blackhawks top line too much for Chara, Seidenberg

It is troubling for Bruins fans that Zdeno Chara and Dennis Seidenberg were a minus-2 in their 3-1 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks Saturday night in Game 5. But the trio of Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews and Bryan Bickell were too much for the Black and…

Playoff CentralJun 20, 1 year ago

Blackhawks regain momentum in OT win over Bruins

Blackhawks regain momentum in OT win over Bruins

It’s now down to a best of three. In an epic back and forth contest, the Chicago Blackhawks took the momentum right back to their side with a 6-5 victory on Brent Seabrook’s game-winner at 9:51 of overtime. The Bruins responded well throughout th…

Playoff CentralJun 19, 1 year ago

Bruins look to sustain momentum in a pivotal Game 4

Bruins look to sustain momentum in a pivotal Game 4

While the Bruins have the momentum after winning the last two games against the Blackhawks, the series has been tightly contested. Sure, the Black and Gold outplayed Chicago in all aspects in Game 3 Monday night, but they know that they’ll get the …

Playoff CentralJun 18, 1 year ago

Bruins’ penalty kill up to the task in Game 3

Bruins’ penalty kill up to the task in Game 3

At the end of the regular season, the Bruins’ penalty kill had taken a hit, and the team suffered as a result. In the postseason, the penalty kill is back up to speed. Through 19 postseason contests, the Bruins are 55-of-62 on the penalty kill…

Playoff CentralJun 13, 1 year ago

Seidenberg beastly in Game One

Seidenberg beastly in Game One

Bruins fans always rave about Zdeno Chara and the amount of ice time he plays on a given night and deservedly so, but in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Dennis Seidenberg was a beast- leading all B’s skaters with an eye-popping 48:36 of total ice…

Playoff CentralJun 3, 1 year ago

Bruins penalty kill comes up big in Game 1

Bruins penalty kill comes up big in Game 1

When the Pittsburgh Penguins receive four power-plays in a game, usually they capitalize. The National Hockey League’s most lethal power-play unit went 0-4 against the Bruins penalty kill Saturday night in Game 1, leaving the Penguins looking f…