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May 26, 1 month ago

Former Bruin Joe Thornton finally gets a shot at glory

Former Bruin Joe Thornton finally gets a shot at glory

Counting over 1,300 games combined in the regular season and playoffs, Joe Thornton finally earned his chance at glory. The San Jose Sharks, which started the 2015-16 season as 40/1 odds to capture the Stanley Cup, have finally erased past history of…

Mar 16, 3 months ago

What we learned: Bruins drop first leg of California swing

What we learned: Bruins drop first leg of California swing

Kicking off the always difficult three-game swing in California last night, the Bruins had hoped for a better result. After being leapfrogged by the Florida Panthers for first in the Atlantic Division after the Panthers defeated the Canadiens earlier…

Mar 15, 4 months ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Sharks

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Sharks

The Boston Bruins are coming off another crucial win as they made quick work of the New York Islanders on Saturday afternoon, winning 3-1 at TD Garden. David Pastrnak netted two goals in the victory and has certainly found his stride during the teamâ…

Nov 30, 7 months ago

Ten years ago today: Joe Thornton trade shakes up Bruins

Ten years ago today: Joe Thornton trade shakes up Bruins

Ten years ago today, the Bruins traded Joe Thornton to the San Jose Sharks in a shocking move by then Bruins GM Mike O’Connell. To reflect on the trade here is an edited repost from a previous Bruins Daily article prior to the 2011 Stanley Cup…

Nov 19, 7 months ago

Murphy’s Hockey Law: The Bruins “Are What We Thought They Were”

Murphy’s Hockey Law: The Bruins “Are What We Thought They Were”

Yes the Bruins got their second home win of the season over the Wild 4-2 Thursday night at TD Garden and played better than they did in their 5-4 loss to San Jose Tuesday, but what team will show up Saturday against the Maple Leafs? Right about now B…

Nov 18, 7 months ago

Kevan Miller’s struggles continue in Bruins loss to Sharks

Kevan Miller’s struggles continue in Bruins loss to Sharks

It was not the best night for the Boston Bruins on the defensive end or the penalty kill, dropping Tuesday night’s game 5-4 to the San Jose Sharks. The Joe Thornton line “ate us up” according to head coach Claude Julien. Right from the start, t…