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Bruins Beat Flyers in Shootout, Now 1st in Eastern Conference

The Boston Bruins (31-13-2) and Philadelphia Flyers (28-14-5) sure did turn some heads on Sunday afternoon. Sure the attention wasn’t all theirs at 3 pm eastern time, but a dramatic 6-5 Bruins shootout win gave Boston fans just another thing to celebrate on a day that featured wins from the Celtics and Patriots. 1st Period […]

Patrice Bergeron Suffers Mild Concussion, Status Uncertain

The Philadelphia Flyers may not have made a spectacular comeback, but for the second year in a row, they have managed to take out a key Boston Bruin. Last year, it was David Krejci (dislocated wrist); this year, it’s Patrice Bergeron, who suffered what Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli has deemed a “mild concussion” after a […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Flyers, Thursday January 13th

The Bruins (23-12-7) will have their hands full this evening, as they host the East’s top team, the Philadelphia Flyers (27-10-5) at TD Garden. Boston’s offense and defense was unmatched Tuesday night, shutting down the lowly Senators and exploding for six goals, beating Ottawa handily, 6-0. Patrice Bergeron, now the team’s points leader with 32, […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Flyers, Saturday December 11th

The Bruins (16-8-3) conclude their three-game homestand this evening, hosting the hated Philadelphia Flyers (18-7-5) at TD Garden. Philly’s been one of the league’s top teams this season, which shouldn’t surprise anyone. They currently sit in second place in the Atlantic Division behind another one of the league’s power teams, the Penguins. The Flyers are […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Flyers, Game 6

Well, here’s hoping that the third time’s the charm for the Bruins, as they travel back to Philadelphia to take their third crack at ousting the Flyers in tonight’s Game 6 at Wachovia Center. The B’s were handed their first home playoff loss of the season on Monday, getting shut out by the tandem of […]

Bruins Fall to Philly, 4-3

The Philadelphia Flyers and Boston Bruins played four nail-biting games during last season, with each team winning two and each scoring 12 combined goals apiece. So it shouldn’t have come as a surprise that 60 minutes of hockey was not going to be enough to settle the score between these two Cup hopefuls Thursday night. It turns […]