// Adam McQuaid

2014-2015 Bruins Preview: Defense

Any good coach will tell you that “defense wins championships” and that certainly strikes true in today’s NHL. All of the recent Stanley Cup winners have had very strong defensive cores and count on their guys to chip in in all three zones for their team to succeed. The Bruins under GM Peter Chiarelli have […]

Dennis Seidenberg Skates; Adam McQuaid Finished as a Bruin?

Seidenberg Eyeing Playoff Return Great news out of Boston earlier this week as Claude Julien confirmed that Dennis Seidenberg skated on Tuesday for the first time since December 27. He suffered an ACL and MCL injury against Ottowa and was immediately ruled out for the rest of the season. It was a stunning blow to […]

Bruins-Canadiens Rivalry Elevated after Trade Deadline

While the majority of both teams remain intact there have been some minor alterations that could change the immediate future of the rivalry between the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens. The immediate post trade deadline talk around Boston has centered on Montreal’s acquisition of notorious Bruin killer Thomas Vanek and the Bruins lack of a […]

Red Hot Brad Marchand Carrying Bruins

Consistency has been a problem for the Boston Bruins as of late. Every win seems to be followed by a loss and the best they’ve been able to do in the past month is a three game winning streak. Sure the team has been battling injuries at the defensive position but the road ahead isn’t […]

Bruins Still Scraping By After Shawn Thornton Incident, Other Injuries

For the second straight game the Bruins were able to secure a victory while only outplaying their opponent for one 20 minute period. After narrowly escaping Calgary with a 2-1 victory, which they won in the third period with two goals, it was clear the Bruins weren’t playing their best hockey. After winning in Toronto […]

Bruins Catching Up On Much-Needed Rest

The Boston Bruins are doing what they can to get healthy before their extended layoff ends on Thursday night. The team has four days in between games which is their longest inactive stretch thus far this season. After playing eight games in 13 days including two back-to-backs the extended rest is much needed and well […]

Analysis: John Scott Suspended for Loui Eriksson Hit

Buffalo Sabres forward John Scott has been suspended seven games for his illegal hit on Bruins forward Loui Eriksson. The hit took place last Wednesday night as the Bruins took on the Sabres at the First Niagra Center. The Hit As you can see, Scott lines up Eriksson at the center line and hits him […]

VIDEO: Matt Cooke Ejected, Hit on Adam McQuaid

Matt Cooke was handed a game misconduct and ejected from the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Bruins after delivering a disorienting hit to Adam McQuaid. Cooke is most infamously remembered by Bruins fans for his basically career-ending hit on Marc Savard in 2010. What’s your opinion of the hit?

Bruins beat Maple Leafs 5-2: Take 2-1 Series Lead

The Boston Bruins beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2 in a must win Game 3. The Bruins exhibited their playoff experience by bouncing back from their ugly Game 2 loss to score five goals in front of a sold out and very loud Air Canada Centre. David Krejci had two assists and added an empty net goal […]

Bruins Defeat Senators In Shootout 3-2

The Boston Bruins never led in the game, but came back to beat the Ottawa Senators 3-2 in a shootout after trailing 2-0. David Krejci scored the game winning goal in the fourth round of the shootout and also had an assist to cap off his 400th career NHL game. Bruins net minder Tuukka Rask […]

The B’s Are Back! A Look at the Bruins’ Defensemen

Now, let’s take a look at the Bruins’ defensemen: Defensive Pairs: B’s Backbone Zdeno Chara - 2011-2012 stats: GP 79 G 12 A 40 PTS 52 +/- 33 PIM 86 Dougie Hamilton - 2011-2012 OHL stats: GP 50 G 17 A 55 PTS 72 +/- 37 PIM 47 2012-2013 OHL stats: GP 32 G 8 A 33 […]

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 Wait to Clinch; McQuaid Suffers Eye Injury, but No Concussion

The Boston Bruins needed two points Thursday night against the Capitals to clinch a playoff spot but came out of the game with only one in a 3-2 shootout loss to Washington. The Bruins found themselves down two in the third period and battled back to force overtime and a shootout.  David Krejci and Andrew […]

Penguins Handle and Hurt Bruins 5-2

The Bruins once again started the game slow getting down three goals in the first period. Tim Thomas didn’t look sharp again playing in back to back days. Marty Turco made his Bruins debut in relief of Thomas and played well considering the situation. Injuries continue to hurt the Bruins, Adam McQuaid, Max Sauve, and […]

Thomas Relieves Injured Rask, Falters Against Islanders

The Boston Bruins have needed no one’s help to play lazy, lackadaisical, .500 hockey since mid-January. But Saturday afternoon against the New York Islanders, they got a little help from the referees. A possibly uncalled icing penalty late in the third led to a tie-breaking goal by center John Tavares, and Evgeni Nabokov saved 32 […]