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OffseasonJun 27, 1 year ago

Teammates show appreciation for Patrice Bergeron

Teammates show appreciation for Patrice Bergeron

If it was not evident on Monday night in Boston what winning and his teammates mean to him, let’s refresh your memory. Patrice Bergeron suffered a broken rib, torn cartilage, and a separated shoulder. Not to mention a small hole in his lung and…

Playoff CentralJun 18, 1 year ago

Gregory Campbell speaks for first time since injury

Gregory Campbell speaks for first time since injury

The scene during Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals is one that will live in Bruins lore forever. With the game tied 1-1 midway through the second period, Gregory Campbell went down to block a shot from Evgeni Malkin during a Penguins power play…

Playoff CentralJun 7, 1 year ago

Daugavins in, Campbell out for Game 4

Daugavins in, Campbell out for Game 4

Life without Gregory Campbell starts tonight as Kaspars Daugavins will replace “Soupy” in the Bruins lineup. Campbell is out for the remainder of the playoffs with a broken right leg after diving in front of an Evgeni Malkin slap-shot in which he…

Playoff CentralJun 6, 1 year ago

Gregory Campbell shows no fear in Game 3 victory

Gregory Campbell shows no fear in Game 3 victory

During the second period of Wednesday’s thrilling Bruins double-overtime Game 3 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Eastern Conference Finals the world got to see exactly what makes a hockey player so special. With the Penguins on the power pla…

Playoff CentralMay 26, 1 year ago

Depth helps propel Bruins to Eastern Conference Finals

Depth helps propel Bruins to Eastern Conference Finals

In the five games it took for the Bruins to eliminate the New York Rangers in their Eastern Conference Semifinals matchup, the Bruins scored 16 times. Of those 16 goals, 11 came from a combination of three Bruins defensemen and two fourth-liners. Roo…

Playoff CentralMay 26, 1 year ago

Tuukka Rask bounces back in Game 5

Tuukka Rask bounces back in Game 5

Okay Bruins fans, you can go back to loving Tuukka Rask after his 28-save effort in the Bruins’ 3-1 win over the Rangers in Game 5 Saturday night at the TD Garden. Rask has been rock solid for the B’s all season long and one “slip up” in …