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PreviewsJun 8, 4 years ago

Bruins forced to adjust without Horton in Game 4

BOSTON – With Nathan Horton out for the rest of the playoffs, the Bruins will have to decide on who fills Horton’s void on the top line with Milan Lucic and David Krejci. That is the million-dollar question heading into Game 4 of the Stanley Cup …

Post GameJun 7, 4 years ago

Bruins win one for Horton in Game 3

BOSTON – If the Bruins’ 8-1 victory in Game 3 didn’t indicate their dominance, then a rally for an injured teammate did. At 5:07 of the first period, Canucks defenseman Aaron Rome leveled Nathan Horton with a headshot in the Bruins’ o…

PreviewsJun 6, 4 years ago

Bruins in familiar position for Game 3

BOSTON — Throughout the last couple of days, many hockey pundits have pointed out the fact that the home team has won Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Finals during the post lockout era. But not only do the Bruins have that going for them going into G…

NewsMay 18, 4 years ago

Ryder–Kelly–Seguin means, “Do not disturb”

When center Patrice Bergeron gets the ‘all clear’ (possibly tomorrow) to resume his 2010-11 playoff season, then two things are sure to happen to this current Bruins lineup. One: the B’s will get their best overall skater — fr…

UncategorizedApr 24, 4 years ago

Boston Bruins player of the week — April 17–23

Well the Boston Bruins made a triumphant comeback from an 0-2 deficit, winning three in a row this week to take the series up 3-2 back to Montreal for a possible series-clinching Game 6 against the Canadiens on Tuesday evening. There was more stomach…

Post GameApr 21, 4 years ago

Resiliency pays off in Game 4 win

After Andrei Kostitsyn’s second period goal at 7:47 — 55 seconds after Michael Cammalleri’s tally —  the Bruins looked like they were going to fall once again to the Canadiens and head back to Boston for Saturday’s Game…