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Playoff CentralApr 29, 2 years ago

Stanley Cup playoffs predictions

Stanley Cup playoffs predictions

Now that the lockout-shortened season has come and gone, the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs are finally here. The playoffs feature some familiar faces, and a few new ones in what promises to be one entertaining run of playoff hockey. The usual suspects ar…

Playoff CentralApr 29, 2 years ago

Bruins hand Habs division title; face Leafs in playoffs

Bruins hand Habs division title; face Leafs in playoffs

Heading into Sunday nights regular season finale against the Ottawa Senators, the Boston Bruins’ mission was simple, beat a team you’ve already beaten four times and the Northeast division title is yours for the third straight season. But the…

Daily NewsApr 28, 2 years ago

Bruins-Maple Leafs first round schedule

Bruins-Maple Leafs first round schedule

Following their 4-2 loss to the Ottawa Senators, the Boston Bruins finished fourth in the Eastern Conference and will face the fifth seeded Toronto Maple Leafs in the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Here’s a complete look at the s…

Daily NewsApr 28, 2 years ago

Breaking down the Boston Bruins’ playoff opponents

Breaking down the Boston Bruins’ playoff opponents

While the Northeast Division is still up for grabs, there are two things that are certain. One is the Boston Bruins have home ice for the first round of the 2013 Stanley Cup Playoffs; the other is they’ll be facing one of three first round oppo…

Daily NewsApr 12, 2 years ago

Bruins better off not winning the Northeast?

Bruins better off not winning the Northeast?

The Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens both have eight games left in the 2013 National Hockley League regular season and both teams are going to qualify for the playoffs. With their 5-1 win last night over the Buffalo Sabres, the Canadiens have off…

Daily NewsMar 26, 2 years ago

In with the old: Bruins complete comeback over Leafs

In with the old: Bruins complete comeback over Leafs

Having experimented with new lines after their recent four-game road trip, Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien reverted back to the usual suspects. With the Bruins trailing the Toronto Maple Leafs by one midway through the third period, Julien decided …