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The Quest For Seven: Hapless Jackets Visit Red-Hot Bruins

The Quest For Seven: Hapless Jackets Visit Red-Hot Bruins

On Thursday evening, the Boston Bruins (9-7-0 (18 Points)) will conclude their five-game home-stand as they play host to Rick Nash and the struggling Columbus Blue Jackets (3-13-1 (7 Points)). Thursday’s match-up features two teams on opposite ends of the spectrum. Boston, who has recovered from a 3-7-0 start to the season by reeling off [...]

The Importance Of The Power-Play: Bruins Score 2 On Man-Advantage, En Route To 7-3 Win Over Montreal

The Importance Of The Power-Play: Bruins Score 2 On Man-Advantage, En Route To 7-3 Win Over Montreal

  Last night, in B’s agitator Brad Marchand’s home province of Nova Scotia, CND, the Boston Bruins defeated the Montreal Canadiens 7-3. The game was held at the Halifax Metro Centre, home of the QMJHL’s Halifax Mooseheads. Against a less than stellar Canadiens lineup, it was 4 special teams goals that led Boston to the [...]

Bruins Fall 2-1 In Ottawa: Look To Rebound At Home Against Islanders

Bruins Fall 2-1 In Ottawa: Look To Rebound At Home Against Islanders

  Coming off a 2-1 loss to  Mika Zibanejad and the Ottawa Senators on Wednesday night, in Kanata, the Boston Bruins will look to get off on the right foot tonight, as they host the New York Islanders, in the first game at the TD Garden, since Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. On [...]

Notes From B’s Black & White Game ; Roster vs Ottawa

Notes From B’s Black & White Game ; Roster vs Ottawa

Last night in Providence, at the Bruins annual Black & White game at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center, rookie Alexander Khokhlachev lead team Black to a 4-1 victory. Lane MacDermid and Daniel Paille also added goals for the Black squad, while 2010 2nd Round Draft choice Ryan Spooner scored the lone goal for the White team. [...]

Bruins forward Miroslav Satan skates away as the Bruins drop their second straight home game with a 3-1 loss on Saturday.

Oh, Henrik: Bruins Continue To Be Baffled By Rangers

Heavy is the head that wears the crown of Sweden, unless of course, he’s playing the Boston Bruins. Henrik Lundqvist continued his masterpiece of a career log against the Bruins today in the Hub in route to the Rangers 3-1 matinee win, and frankly, it simply didn’t look hard for the three-time Vezina nominee. Coming [...]