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Nathan Horton Injury Update: Listed as Day-to-Day

Game one of the Stanley Cup Finals could turn out to be even worse than losing the game. Nathan Horton is being listed as ” day to day” after injuring his shoulder in the triple overtime thriller Wednesday night, not exactly great news for the Bruins. Horton has once again elevated his game during this […]

Bruins Beat Leafs 3-2 in a Shootout

Who would have thought the Bruins would play a must win game against the Leafs?  That is what happened Monday night at TD Garden, taking a shootout to decide the game for a Bruins 3-2 win over Toronto Another slow start for the Bruins against the Leafs, getting down 2-0 in the second period. Milan […]

Bruins Get Revenge in Buffalo with 3-1 Win

The Bruins got a road win in Buffalo, 3-1. After missing the Saturday game, the Bruins got the extra day off while the Sabres were on the second day of a back-to-back. Anton Khudobin and Ryan Miller had quite the goal-tending battle, but Khudobin got the best of it with the win on 25 saves. With the […]

Tyler Seguin Off to a Slow Start

Tyler Seguin stayed in shape by playing in the Swiss Elite league during the lockout. With 40 points in just 29 games overseas many thought that Seguin was poised to tear up the NHL in the early going. That has yet to be the case. Through six games, Seguin has recorded just three points and […]

Bruins Take Down Devils 2-1 in Shootout; Remain Unbeaten in Regulation

The Bruins beat the Devils 2-1 Tuesday night. Boston remains unbeaten at home, in regulation, and have taken at least one point in every game this season. It was a tough, heavy-hitting, playoff-style game at TD Garden. Playing in the second game of a back-to-back, the Bruins looked sluggish for most of the game. Shawn Thornton stepped […]

Bruins Beat Hurricanes 5-3 in Carolina

The Bruins escaped Carolina with a 5-3 win Monday night. After jumping out to a two-goal lead twice, the Bruins coughed it up with sloppy play in their own end. Anton Khudobin played well in his first action in net this season. Special teams played a huge role in this game once again, as the […]

Bruins Start Season Strong with 3-1 Win Over Rangers

After the lengthy lockout we thought would never end, Boston finally got hockey back in the form of the Bruins hosting the New York Rangers to open up the season. Despite going 0-7 on the power play, the B’s pulled together a total team effort to earn the 3-1 victory over New York. Milan Lucic […]

Well, Now What? The Aftermath of the Red Sox-Dodgers Blockbuster

Shipping Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, and Josh Beckett out to the Los Angeles Dodgers opens the door to nearly endless possible moves for the Red Sox to make for next season and future seasons. Boston’s ownership saved roughly a quarter of a billion dollars in this trade and landed two top pitching prospects. Talk about […]

Is Tuukka Rask Ready to be the No. 1 Goalie for the Bruins?

Many people expected the Bruins to ink Tuukka Rask to a long-term deal this offseason, but instead he agreed to a one year deal worth $3.5 million. Rask had this to say when asked about signing a one year deal: “We figured that [the one-year deal] is best for both parties, and then if I […]

Is Dougie Hamilton the Elusive Puck-Moving Defenseman for the Bruins?

Dougie Hamilton is expected to finally join the team this season. After two stellar seasons in junior hockey, the Bruins will unleash one of the best defensemen prospects in the game this year. With an empty spot left by Joe Corvo, who had a lackluster season last year, Hamilton will be given every chance to […]

After No Big Off-Season Moves, Are the Bruins Good Enough?

With the NFL season only a few weeks away that can only mean that the NHL season is rapidly approaching as well. The off-season thus far for the Bruins has been a rather quiet one, only resigning players from last seasons roster. Peter Chiarelli has made it clear that he likes his team and is […]

Claude Julien is Back, But is that the Best Thing for the Bruins?

Claude Julien was a game away from losing his job as the Bruins played in Game 7 in the first round two years ago against Montreal. Of course, as you remember, the Bruins won that and went on to win the cup. He earned himself a multi-year extension with the Bruins, signed during this off-season. […]

Jon Lester Continues to Be Less Than Himself on the Mound

In the last two seasons, the Red Sox have handed the ball to Jon Lester on opening day, indicating that he is the ace of the staff. In 2010 he pitched close to the ace status with 19 wins and an era of 3.25, but even that doesn’t really scream ace.  Now sitting at 5-8 for the […]

Bruins 2012 Report Card: Chara, Seidenberg, Ference, Boychuk

The Boston Bruins defense was once again one of the best in the NHL, as the team finished with the highest team goal differential at plus 67 over 82 games. It starts and ends with the captain Zdeno Chara, who had a stellar season and should have brought home some hardware, but the young phenom from Ottawa […]

Bruins Should Try to Sign Jaromir Jagr

After not playing an NHL game since the 07-08 season, Jaromir Jagr joined the Flyers to make another run at the Stanley Cup. Potting 19 goals and adding 35 assists, Jagr showed that he can still play at a high level and is working hard to stay at that level. Of his 19 goals, eight […]