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Feb 29, 6 months ago

What we learned: Big week starts off with a bust

What we learned: Big week starts off with a bust

At 5:00 p.m. Sunday afternoon, the media assembled for GM Don Sweeney’s announced press conference 22 hours before Monday’s 3 p.m. trade deadline. The summary of Sweeney’s 20-minute dialogue in one sentence: “Nothing to offer, folks.” Maybe…

Feb 28, 6 months ago

The calm before the storm: 2016 NHL Trade Deadline

The calm before the storm: 2016 NHL Trade Deadline

This space is usually reserved to break down tonight’s matchup as the B’s and Bolts prepare to battle for second place in the Atlantic Division and pull within two points of the first-place Florida Panthers. Instead, with the trade deadli…

Nov 1, 10 months ago

What we learned: Bruins sweep two-game Florida trip

What we learned: Bruins sweep two-game Florida trip

The Boston Bruins started the month of October losing three straight. They ended it in complete opposite fashion. With their 3-1 triumph over the Tampa Bay Lightning on Halloween night, the Black and Gold have now won six of their last seven after st…

Oct 31, 10 months ago

Game Day Preview: Bruins at Lightning

http://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/20150312-BostonBruinvsTampaBayLightning-16.jpgGame Day Preview: Bruins at Lightning

The last time the Boston Bruins and Tampa Bay Lightning met was on Columbus Day. The Black and Gold were struggling in many areas — specifically on the defensive end — and the Bolts struck for six goals at TD Garden to hand their Atlantic…

Oct 12, 11 months ago

Adam McQuaid quietly playing his part

Adam McQuaid quietly playing his part

He’s not a No. 2 defenseman, but Adam McQuaid is playing like one in the early going. “I just wanted to play my game and be solid,” McQuaid said after Monday’s loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning about his preseason goals. “If I was called on t…

Oct 12, 11 months ago

Bruins quick start still not enough for first victory

Bruins quick start still not enough for first victory

Claude Julien and the Boston Bruins could not have asked for a better start on Monday afternoon against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Julien saw his team capitalize with two power play goals early on — from David Krejci and the first of two tallies …