LOADING

Type to search

  • Search Results

    Bruins struggles top teams

    The Bruins’ struggles against top teams continue

    November 26, 2021

    The Boston Bruins only have one marquee win on their resume thus far: a 3-2 shootout triumph over the league-leading Florida Panthers on Oct. 30. Bruce Cassidy’s squad took care of business against the team’s beneath them in the standings. Wednesday’s dominant 5-1 victory in Buffalo improved the B’s to 9-1-0 against teams outside of […]

    Read More »

    Charlie McAvoy Bruins Sabres

    Charlie McAvoy potentially avoids scare as Bruins cruise past Sabres

    November 24, 2021

    The Boston Bruins cruised to a 5-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Thanksgiving Eve. More importantly, they potentially avoided a significant scare. Carrying a comfortable 4-1 lead into the third period, Charlie McAvoy found himself on the receiving end of a late hit from behind via Sabres forward Zemgus Girgensons. Boston’s trainers attended to […]

    Read More »

    Bruce Cassidy defensive pairings

    Why Bruce Cassidy is switching up his defensive pairings

    November 23, 2021

    The first quarter of any given season often provides coaches unique opportunities with their lineup structures. And surely, Bruce Cassidy used his philosophy for his defensive pairings and forward trios outside of the top line of Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and David Pastrnak. Two days removed from an ugly 4-0 loss to the red-hot Calgary […]

    Read More »

    Flames scorch Bruins

    What we learned: red-hot Flames scorch Bruins

    November 22, 2021

    The Boston Bruins hardly looked hot in Sunday’s matchup against the scorching Calgary Flames. Johnny Gaudreau’s opening tally on Jeremy Swayman’s rebound a mere 89 seconds in foreshadowed Boston’s long night. Gaudreau’s fellow former Boston College standout Noah Hanafin capitalized on another Swayman rebound in the middle stanza. Quite frankly, the Bruins had no answers […]

    Read More »

    Secondary scoring Bruins Flyers

    What we learned: Secondary scoring sparks Bruins over Flyers

    November 21, 2021

    It took a little while, but the Boston Bruins finally earned their first three-game win streak of the season. Boston’s secondary scoring shined again with a stout output against the Philadelphia Flyers after returning from a five-day layover. Unlikely offensive dynamo Derek Forbort continued his early-season hot streak with his first career two-goal outing. A […]

    Read More »

    Bruins odd schedule

    The quirks and benefits of the Bruins’ odd scheduling

    November 19, 2021

    At some point, all 32 NHL teams will face some odd time frames in their 82-game schedule. This year, in particular, provides a nearly three-week hiatus in February when the league heads to Beijing for the Winter Olympics. Few, if any, encountered a quirky early-season slate like the Boston Bruins. The Bruins’ 2021-22 campaign began […]

    Read More »

    Fenway Sports Group

    Fenway Sports Group reportedly interested in buying Penguins

    November 17, 2021

    As the great pro wrestling announcer Jim Ross eloquently stated in several of his illustrious calls: “Business is about to pick up.” And it’s a rather, shall we say, intriguing piece of business potentially. As reported in the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, Fenway Sports Group is interested in purchasing the Pittsburgh Penguins. This development […]

    Read More »

    Charlie Card

    Bruins down Canadiens on a “Charlie Card” night

    November 15, 2021

    The Boston Bruins may want to schedule a “Charlie Card” promotion the next time they face the hated Montreal Canadiens at TD Garden. The first Bruins-Canadiens matchup in 641 days provided plenty of drama through big hits, scoring chances and intense moments between whistles. But Boston’s pair of Charlie’s, Coyle and McAvoy, took center stage […]

    Read More »

    Brad Marchand Bruins-Devils

    Brad Marchand making early Hart Trophy case and other Bruins-Devils takeaways

    November 13, 2021

    The Boston Bruins struggled with execution in their initial moments of Saturday’s matinee against the New Jersey Devils. But they eventually cured their hiccups behind one of their more well-rounded efforts away from TD Garden. Some of the rough habits arrived early. Another Brandon Carlo turnover in the defensive end and Jeremy Swayman’s brain fart […]

    Read More »

    Bruins-Oilers takeaways

    Bruins-Oilers takeaways: “We absolutely beat ourselves.”

    November 12, 2021

    The Boston Bruins had little room for error against the Edmonton Oilers. They needed all hands on deck against Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and company. That meant no shifts off for Taylor Hall — who found himself benched in favor of Jake DeBrusk in the closing moments of Tuesday’s 3-2 win over the Ottawa Senators. […]

    Read More »
    Page 1 of 433