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NewsMar 15, 1 year ago

Bruins-Canadiens watch party at The Harp: April 6 (updated)

After a successful “Hockey Resurrection” party to kick off the 2013 NHL season, Bruins Daily, Days of Y’Orr, and Boston Sports Then and Now (promoted by the fine folks at Ring Communications) are ready for an encore. On Saturday, Ap…

Post GameMar 4, 1 year ago

Bruins and Habs reignite historic rivalry

Take out the highly entertaining seven-game playoff series in the opening round of the 2011 Stanley Cup playoffs and there hasn’t been much excitement in hockey’s greatest rivalry over the past few seasons, but after last night’s intense playof…

Post GameMar 4, 1 year ago

Chara sticks up for Seguin; Julien rips officiating

There were many aspects that were frustrating for the Boston Bruins in their 4-3 loss to the Montreal Canadiens Sunday night at the TD Garden. The third period collapse, the slow opening 20 minutes and not having a complete 60-minute effort are just …

Live BlogsMar 3, 1 year ago

After 40: Bruins 3-Habs 2

Well that was an entertaining middle 20 wasn’t it? The Boston Bruins not only take a 3-2 lead behind goals from Dougie Hamilton and Patrice Bergeron, but it looks like the Montreal Canadiens have poked the bear a little too much. Here are a few…

Live BlogsMar 3, 1 year ago

After 20: Habs 2-Bruins 1

Defensively, the woes continue for the Boston Bruins as they allow 14 shots on goal and trail the Montreal Canadiens through the first 20 minutes, 2-1. Tomas Plekanec scored his ninth of the season – a power play goal at 9:57 – and David …

PreviewsMar 3, 1 year ago

GameDay: Bruins and Habs battle for first in the East

Not much needs to be said that hasn’t already about the history of the Bruins-Canadiens rivalry. But expect the two teams to write another chapter in this historic rivalry tonight at the TD Garden when they meet with first place in the Eastern …