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Oct 26, 12 months ago

Bruins defense becoming downright offensive

Bruins defense becoming downright offensive

Bruins head coach Claude Julien was not happy with the way his team performed defensively. For the second straight game, the Bruins defense was non-existent, this time leading to a 5-0 loss aginst the Minnesota Wild. Julien’s Bruins have allowed ni…

Oct 15, 1 year ago

What we learned: No deja vu for Bruins

What we learned: No deja vu for Bruins

TORONTO —  Unlike their season-opening win in Columbus where the Bruins came back from a pair of two-goal deficits, the Black and Gold were behind the 8-ball from the get-go. The snowball effect started at 2:14 of the first when Connor Brown n…

Sep 20, 1 year ago

World Cup of Hockey Day 3: Team Europe on the brink

World Cup of Hockey Day 3: Team Europe on the brink

The last thing that the Americans needed was for Europe to continue its improbable run. Two days after they began the World Cup of Hockey with an upset of Team USA, Team Europe edged the Czech Republic with Leon Drasiatl’s overtime winner, 3-2,…

Sep 18, 1 year ago

World Cup of Hockey Day 1: Canada’s top trio shines

World Cup of Hockey Day 1: Canada’s top trio shines

That dynamic trio of Sidney Crosby, Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand is already paying dividends for Team Canada. Looking to set the tempo early in Canada’s World Cup of Hockey preliminary round opener against the Czech Republic last night at…

Sep 16, 1 year ago

Bruins’ outlook for World Cup of Hockey

https://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Patrice-Bergeron-12-22-15.jpghttps://www.bruinsdaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Patrice-Bergeron-12-22-15.jpgBruins’ outlook for World Cup of Hockey

For two weeks, the best hockey players in the world will take center stage in Toronto for the first World Cup of Hockey event in 12 years. The star-studded list includes the likes of Sidney Crosby, Steven Stamkos, Alex Ovechkin, Connor McDavid, Jonat…

May 25, 1 year ago

Signing of Kevan Miller a head scratcher

Signing of Kevan Miller a head scratcher

On Tuesday, the Bruins announced they have come to terms with defenseman Kevan Miller on a four-year deal worth $10 million. Miller has appeared in 159 games with the Bruins over three seasons where he has 31 points on eight goals and 23 assists. Mil…