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Post GameJan 8, 3 months ago

Paille scorching since return from concussion

Paille scorching since return from concussion

With Shawn Thornton out due to suspension and Daniel Paille out with a concussion, the fourth line was juggled and did not really have an identity. The fourth line of the Bruins creates significant mismatches for the opposition with the play of Paill…

Post GameDec 24, 4 months ago

“Merlot line” struggling without Thornton and Paille

“Merlot line” struggling without Thornton and Paille

Thanks to their 6-2 win over the Nashville Predators Monday in Nashville, the Bruins will head into the three-day Christmas break in a jolly mood as the win was their second in a row, and their seventh in 10 games. The Bruins enter the break leading …

Post GameDec 6, 4 months ago

Boychuk injury puts Bruins in early hole in loss to Canadiens

Boychuk injury puts Bruins in early hole in loss to Canadiens

MONTREAL-It’s not the reason why they lost, but it certainly didn’t help their cause as the Bruins were forced to play the majority of their 2-1 loss to the Montreal Canadiens with just five defensemen. Nearly five minutes into their first contes…

Daily NewsNov 22, 5 months ago

Campbell starting to get back on track after early season struggles

Campbell starting to get back on track after early season struggles

For a guy who missed the Bruins final seven playoff games, including all six of the Bruins Stanley Cup Final games against the Chicago Blackhawks, and for a guy who hasn’t been quite the same this season as he still gets truly back to normal after …

Post GameNov 21, 5 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, 5 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…