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Jan 29, 1 year ago

Midseason report cards: Bruins defense and goaltending

Midseason report cards: Bruins defense and goaltending

Over the next two days, the Bruins Daily staff will reveal their midseason grades for the 2015-16 Boston Bruins. In Part 1, we examined the Bruins forwards through the first 49 games of the season. Today in Part 2, we assess the Bruins defense and g…

Jan 27, 1 year ago

What We Learned: Bruins Still Consistently Inconsistent But Always Resilient

What We Learned: Bruins Still Consistently Inconsistent But Always Resilient

BOSTON — If there’s one thing we were reminded of again in the Bruins 6-2 loss to the Ducks at TD Garden Tuesday, it’s that the Bruins are consistently inconsistent but always resilient. After a gritty 3-2 win at Philadelphia on Mo…

Jan 26, 1 year ago

What we learned: Nothing comes easy with Bruins

What we learned: Nothing comes easy with Bruins

Win or lose, the one common thread with the Boston Bruins in 2015-16 is that nothing comes easy. As a matter of fact, it looked like history would repeat itself again Monday night in Philadelphia where Wayne Simmonds scored twice to tie things at 2-2…

Jan 24, 1 year ago

Jonas Gustavsson solid in surprise start

Jonas Gustavsson solid in surprise start

As Jonas Gustavsson was the lone goalie on the ice during the Bruins’ optional skate Saturday morning at TD Garden, it appeared that Tuukka Rask was in line to make his fifth consecutive start Saturday night when the Bruins hosted the Columbus…

Jan 19, 1 year ago

What we learned: Bruins separate themselves from Canadiens

What we learned: Bruins separate themselves from Canadiens

What a difference 18 days makes. More than two weeks removed from one of their worst performances of the season at the Winter Classic — coming at one of the worst possible times — the Boston Bruins got a measure of revenge on the Montreal…

Jan 16, 1 year ago

Game Day Preview: Maple Leafs at Bruins

Game Day Preview: Maple Leafs at Bruins

It took them a little while to get into a rhythm, but the Boston Bruins ended their five-game road trip on a high note with a solid 4-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres. Led by third period goals by Zdeno Chara, Ryan Spooner and an empty-netter from Brett…