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Marchand’s Overtime Goal Gives Boston 3-2 Win in Game 1

Marchand’s Overtime Goal Gives Boston 3-2 Win in Game 1

BOSTON, MA – Just three nights after successfully completing a miraculous three-goal comeback in Game 7 against the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Boston Bruins were back on the ice on Thursday evening for the opening contest of their Eastern Conference Semi-Final series against the New York Rangers. In what was an exciting, back-and-forth contest, the Bruins [...]

Bruins Make History with Miracle Comeback in Game 7

Bruins Make History with Miracle Comeback in Game 7

BOSTON, MA – With eleven minutes left of regulation time in Monday’s Game 7, the crowd of 17, 565 Bostonians began to dissipate from the stands at TD Garden. Those that were left began to rain down upon their beloved Black and Gold with a large chorus of boos. After entering the third period trailing by [...]

GameDay: Can Bruins Avoid Collapse in Game 7 on Home Ice?

GameDay: Can Bruins Avoid Collapse in Game 7 on Home Ice?

Teams: Toronto Maple Leafs at Boston Bruins Series: Series tied, 3-3. Location: TD Garden – Boston, MA Face-Off:  7:00 P.M. (EST) TV/Radio Info: NESN (Edwards, Brickley, Funayama) – 98.5 The Sports Hub (Goucher, Beers) Last Game:  Boston 1, Toronto 2 Tonight’s Lineups (Subject To Change): BOSTON: Marchand–Bergeron–Seguin Lucic–Krejci–Horton Peverley–Kelly–Jagr Paille–Campbell–Thornton — Chara–Boychuk Seidenberg–McQuaid Redden–Hamilton —  Rask Scratches– ….. Carl Soderberg, Kaspars Daugavins, Jay Pandolfo, Aaron [...]

Maple Leafs Edge Bruins, Force Game 6 in Toronto

Maple Leafs Edge Bruins, Force Game 6 in Toronto

BOSTON, MA – For as dominant as the Bruins have shown they can be over the past few seasons, an Achilles heel of the Black and Gold has always been an inability to close out opponents in the postseason. Under head coach Claude Julien, the team was just 3-6 in non-Game 7 contests in which the B’s [...]

Bruins Burn Leafs in Playoff Return to Air Canada Centre

Bruins Burn Leafs in Playoff Return to Air Canada Centre

TORONTO, ON – For the first time since 2004, NHL playoff hockey made its return to the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Monday evening. And what an atmosphere it was. From hours before puck drop, there were thousands of fans lining the streets of Maple Leaf Square singing chants of “Go Leafs Go”. Once we [...]

Lupul’s Pair Lifts Maple Leafs to 4-2 Game 2 Victory

Lupul’s Pair Lifts Maple Leafs to 4-2 Game 2 Victory

BOSTON, MA – Buckle up, folks. We may be in for a long series. Following Boston’s 4-1 dismantling of the Maple Leafs in Game 1 on Wednesday, it looked as if there was a chance for this series to be fairly one-sided. However, on Saturday evening, the Leafs responded with a tremendous effort in all facets [...]

Bruins Cruise Past Maple Leafs for 4-1 Game 1 Victory

Bruins Cruise Past Maple Leafs for 4-1 Game 1 Victory

BOSTON, MA – The Boston Bruins have flipped the proverbial switch. Well, for now, at least. In perhaps their strongest effort of the season, the B’s dismantled the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1 of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal series at the TD Garden on Wednesday. In doing so, the Bruins were able to pick [...]

Bruins Fall to Fourth Seed After 4-2 Loss to Sens

Bruins Fall to Fourth Seed After 4-2 Loss to Sens

BOSTON, MA —  The dates are set, the opponent is set and the NHL postseason is just three nights away from returning to the Hub. But, will the hometown Bruins be ready for it? If Sunday’s regular season finale is any indication, I’m not so sure. With a 4-2 loss against the Senators at TD [...]

Pens Complete Season Sweep of Bruins with 3-2 Win at TD Garden

Pens Complete Season Sweep of Bruins with 3-2 Win at TD Garden

BOSTON, MA – 1-5-1. What’s the significance of the number above, you ask? Well, that’s the record the Boston Bruins finished the season with against their two biggest competitors atop the Eastern Conference standings; the Montreal Canadiens and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Saturday afternoon’s 3-2 defeat at the hands of the injury-riddled Pens (playing without Sidney Crosby, [...]

Sabres Steal the Game, but Boston Wins the Night

Sabres Steal the Game, but Boston Wins the Night

BOSTON, MA – It was an emotional night at the TD Garden on Wednesday evening. One that the city of Boston will not soon forget. The game’s opening ceremony and video package, fittingly set to country music star Phillip Phillips’ “Home”, pulled at the heartstrings of everyone in attendance as images of Monday’s horrifying attack was [...]

Upstart Isles Power Past B’s for 2-1 Road Victory

Upstart Isles Power Past B’s for 2-1 Road Victory

BOSTON, MA – After losing Brad Marchand to a mild concussion during Wednesday’s 5-4 win over the New Jersey Devils, the Boston Bruins were back on the ice Thursday against the Islanders, minus two thirds of their top offensive unit. With both Marchand and Patrice Bergeron out of the lineup, B’s bench boss Claude Julien opted [...]

Rask, Jagr Lead B’s to 1-0 Shutout Win over New Jersey

Rask, Jagr Lead B’s to 1-0 Shutout Win over New Jersey

BOSTON, MA – Nearly 23 years after being drafted fifth overall by the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft, Jaromir Jagr was again stealing the headlines on Thursday evening. Two days after being acquired in a pre-deadline trade, No. 68 was making his Boston Bruins debut in front of a sellout crowd of 17, 565 [...]

Bruins Skate Past Sens for 3-2 Win at TD Garden

Bruins Skate Past Sens for 3-2 Win at TD Garden

BOSTON, MA– Just hours after the team had announced the acquisition of future Hall-of-Fame winger Jaromir Jagr, the Boston Bruins were back on the ice at TD Garden for a Northeast division showdown against the Ottawa Senators. It wouldn’t take long for the scoring to get started in this one as the Sens’ would take advantage [...]

Canadiens Rally Past Bruins for 6-5 Shootout Win

Canadiens Rally Past Bruins for 6-5 Shootout Win

BOSTON, MA – Entering the third period on Wednesday evening at the TD Garden, it appeared as if the Bruins had the hated Canadiens right where they wanted them. After all, the team had just reeled off four consecutive goals to take a 4-2 lead into the final frame, and things appeared to finally be clicking on all cylinders. [...]

B’s Bounce Back with 3-2 Shootout Win over Maple Leafs

B’s Bounce Back with 3-2 Shootout Win over Maple Leafs

BOSTON, MA – For the first time since a 4-1 thrashing of the Washington Capitals last Saturday afternoon, the Boston Bruins were back on TD Garden ice on Monday evening for a Northeast division showdown against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Coincidentally, the Bruins latest departure from the friendly confines of the Garden would result in some [...]

Bruins Pull Away Late, Defeat Panthers 4-1

Bruins Pull Away Late, Defeat Panthers 4-1

BOSTON, MA – On Thursday evening, the Boston Bruins made their return to the ice of TD Garden for a showdown against the team currently slotted dead-last in the Eastern Conference, the injury-riddled Florida Panthers. Unfortunately for the 17,565 Black and Gold supporters — I’m guessing there weren’t many Florida fans making the trip — that [...]

Bruins Score Three in First Period to Bury Struggling Flyers

Bruins Score Three in First Period to Bury Struggling Flyers

BOSTON, MA – For the first time in nearly a full calendar year (March 17, 2012 was the last time these two teams met), the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers took the ice against one another on Saturday for a matinee contest at the TD Garden. After taking nearly half the period to register their first [...]

Seguin, B’s Bounce Back with 4-2 Win Over Toronto

Seguin, B’s Bounce Back with 4-2 Win Over Toronto

BOSTON, MA – After a pair of uncharacteristic third period performances resulted in back-to-back losses earlier in the week, the Boston Bruins were looking to get back on track at home on Thursday against the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs. Luckily for Boston, it was a trifecta of second-line tallies and a well-timed David Krejci goal that would [...]

Julien Completely Justified in Rant on Montreal Embellishment

Julien Completely Justified in Rant on Montreal Embellishment

From Mike Ribeiro to Max Lapierre to today’s P.K. Subban and Max Pacioretty, the Canadiens have definitely employed their fair share of players with a knack for embellishment that would make most academy award-winning actors jealous. However, while the faces in Montreal may have changed, the tired old rhetoric has remained the same. The Habs [...]

Bruins’ Six-Game Winning Streak Snapped in 4-3 Loss to Montreal

Bruins’ Six-Game Winning Streak Snapped in 4-3 Loss to Montreal

BOSTON, MA – Fresh off their sixth consecutive victory on Saturday afternoon against the Lightning, the Boston Bruins were back on the ice again on Sunday evening in an original six battle with the Montreal Canadiens. Despite this being the second half of a back-to-back for both squads, the intensity was high with sole possession of [...]