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NewsMar 16, 5 years ago

Savard-less Bruins continue to struggle

One hundred fifty-three [153]: That’s the number of man-games the Boston Bruins have lost to injuries this season. But take a peak at the 30th ranked team in the NHL, Edmonton Oilers, and their number is more than double that of the B’s ‚…

NewsMar 11, 5 years ago

Marc Savard’s return this season: “it doesn’t look good”

After suffering a Grade 2 concussion on Sunday afternoon — courtesy of a cheapshot from headhunter Matt Cooke — Marc Savard could miss the rest of the 2009-10 season. Joe Haggerty of CSNN first reported this on Twitter, after Savard had m…

NewsMar 11, 5 years ago

Chiarelli still devastated in Matt Cooke ruling

The aftershocks of Colin Campbell’s ruling yesterday on not suspending Pittsburgh Penguins’ Matt Cooke is still trembling the streets of Boston. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli held a 33 minute conference call yesterday after the t…

UncategorizedMar 11, 5 years ago

The Bruins need to hand Matt Cooke his lunch

On Feb. 26, 2004, Flyers’ leading scorer Mark Recchi got his lip busted and stitched from a two-handed swinging stick to the kisser by Ottawa Senators’ forward, Martin Havlat. The right-wing Havlat would receive a two-game suspension for …

NewsMar 8, 5 years ago

Retaliation on Cantankerous-Cooke will have to wait

A name synonymous in Boston amongst the Bruins faithful as a cheapshot, marked-man, and public enemy No. 1; ¬†Randy Jones is an afterthought now. Yes, the Bruins backers now have a new enemy — rightfully so — in Pennsylvania, named Matt &…

UncategorizedFeb 8, 5 years ago

Bruins’ offense thrives with Savard’s presence

It was just one month ago when Bruins’ All Star center Savard was watching his teammates’ struggles from his living room on his HD screen TV, and from the ninth-floor press box. Sidelined for three weeks with a partial MCL tear in his rig…