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Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Thursday December 16th

The Bruins (16-9-4) will get a second chance to climb to a tie atop the Northeast Division this evening, when they take on the hated Montreal Canadiens (18-11-2) at the Bell Centre, north of the border. Boston found themselves just two points behind the Habs in the standings heading into last night’s action, but the […]

Habs Top Bruins 3-1, Rask Still Winless

With first place on the line Thursday night, the Bruins ran into a hot goaltender, and paid the price. Montreal’s Carey Price stopped 34 of Boston’s 35 shots to lead the Canadiens to a 3-1 win, and to the top of the Northeast Division of the NHL. Less than 24 hours after their rousing third-period […]

Bruins Open Preseason With 4-2 Win Over Montreal

The Bruins kicked off their preseason slate of games Wednesday night in grand fashion, as they took down the hated Habs of Montreal up at the Bell Centre, 4-2. It didn’t take long for newcomer Nathan Horton to light the lamp for the B’s. Horton scored on his very first shot of the game, less […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Saturday March 13

In the last of six meetings this season, the Bruins (30-24-12) travel north of the border to Montreal’s Bell Centre tonight to take on the streaking Canadiens (34-29-6). Montreal is riding a four-game win streak, coming off a shootout win over the Oilers Thursday, and have won five of six since returning from the Olympic […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Tuesday 3/2

After more than two weeks away, the NHL gets back to the ice this evening and your Boston Bruins (27-22-11) will be back at the TD Garden in search of their fifth straight win tonight, as they host hated rival, the Montreal Canadiens (29-28-6). Montreal, who currently sits just one point behind Boston in eighth […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Friday 12-4

The Bruins (14-8-5) head north of the border this evening to the Bell Centre in Montreal to face off against the Canadiens (12-14-2). It was 100 years to the day, back in 1909, that the Montreal Canadiens franchise was born, and so the B’s will have to endure a rather lengthy set of pregame festivities […]

Scoring Woes Continue for B’s in 2-1 Shootout Loss

The Boston Bruins were 52 seconds away from doing something they hadn’t done in 80 years. But, thanks to a Patrice Bergeron tip-in in the final minute of regulation, the Bruins scored a goal for the first time in over 192 minutes of play, tying Thursday night’s game with Montreal at one goal a piece, […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Thursday 11-5

The Bruins face off with their third straight “Original 6″ foe this evening, as they host division rival Montreal (7-8-0) at the TD Garden. Boston (6-7-1) will look to avoid their third straight shutout after falling 1-0 and 2-0 in their last two contests, to the Rangers and Red Wings respectively. The last time Boston […]

Bruins Lose Game 7, But Gain Relevance

The Bruins really pushed the Montreal Canadiens to their limits, but their efforts were not enough. A lot has to be said though about forcing a Game 7 after facing a 3-1 series deficit. For a moment, the Bruins became relevant in the Boston sports scene and it was an important step in the right […]

Bruins on the Brink

The Bruins now are on the brink of elimination after a 1-0 shutout loss to the rival Canadiens. Montreal’s Patrice Brisebois scored with just 42 seconds left in the second period for the only goal of the game. That was all the scoring that goaltender Carey Price needed as he pitched his first playoff shutout. […]