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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…

Daily NewsJun 13, 1 year ago

Bounces go against Bruins in loss to Blackhawks

Bounces go against Bruins in loss to Blackhawks

CHICAGO – If Game 1 was any indication of the type of series the Bruins and Blackhawks will have, then the two teams will be in for a long series. Fatigue, missed chances, and great goaltending from Tuukka Rask (59 saves) and Corey Crawford (51…

Game DayMay 22, 1 year ago

Johnny Boychuk continues to impress in playoffs

Johnny Boychuk continues to impress in playoffs

He is tied for second place in scoring on the Boston Bruins in the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Is it Brad Marchand? Tyler Seguin? Patrice Bergeron? If you guessed any of those players, you’re wrong. The correct answer is Johnny Boychuk. Boychuk has …

Playoff CentralMay 22, 1 year ago

Player of the Game: Bruins-Rangers Game 3

Player of the Game: Bruins-Rangers Game 3

For all of you critical of Claude Julien’s system of running four lines out every night, do you get it now? Wow. What a win for the Bruins last night at Madison Square Garden defeating the New York Rangers 2-1 behind the strong play of the Daniel P…

Playoff CentralMay 21, 1 year ago

Bruins match Rangers’ desperation, go up 3-0

Bruins match Rangers’ desperation, go up 3-0

NEW YORK – Knowing that the Rangers would come out flying, the Boston Bruins matched their desperation. The results didn’t pay immediate dividends for the Black and Gold, however. The Rangers came out the better team for the first period and …

Playoff CentralMay 11, 1 year ago

Bruins in familiar role for Game 6

Bruins in familiar role for Game 6

There’s no denying that the Boston Bruins lacked a killer instinct in Game 5. With a chance to close out the series against the Toronto Maple Leafs – and gain a few extra days of rest – the Black and Gold came out flat and played un…