// Claude Julien

Bruins Lose Division Lead in Loss to Canadiens

David Desharnais scored two goals, including the game-winner, to help the Montreal Canadiens beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 at the TD Garden. With the loss, the Bruins fall to 14-3-2 and are now two points behind the Canadians in the Northeast Division. Tomas Plekanec put Montreal on the board first with a power-play goal 9:57 […]

Anyone Want Claude Julien to Coach Their Youth Hockey Team? Win This Raffle!

Let’s face it. With the NHL lockout in full effect, Bruins coach Claude Julien has nothing going on. He appears to realize that, so he will be offering up his services to a lucky youth hockey team, and it’s all for a good cause. Proceeds will benefit the Boston Bruins Foundation and Massachusetts Hockey. Winners […]

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. […]

Bruins Top Lightning, Get a Critical 2 Points

Entering Tuesday’s game, I didn’t know what to expect as the Bruins were playing a team that beat them 6-1 earlier in the month. In that game, the Bruins got some inconsistent goaltending play from both Marty Turco and Tim Thomas. Turco started the game and was shortly pulled in the first period. Tim Thomas came […]

Rich Peverley Could Return to the Bruins Lineup Sunday

The Boston Bruins have been without the services of Rich Peverley since February 17. Peverley suffered a knee injury and is returning to action faster than expected.  Before Saturday night’s game against the Los Angeles Kings, Peverley participated in pre game warm ups, but did not play. There is a chance that he will play Sunday against […]

Bruins Finally Win Again

The horrid losing streak is finally over thanks to a 3-2 shootout victory over Philadelphia, but Philly still nearly pulled out an impressive victory. And with Boston so used to giving up the first two goals lately, it was refreshing to actually see Boston get on the board first for a change, thanks to Chris […]

This Is The First Line We Have Been Waiting For

Claude Julien is not known for line shuffling, most nights everyone knows what the lines will look like before the puck drops. On March 1st we saw a change that might not change again for a really long time. Instant Production Both Tyler Seguin and David Krejci weren’t on top of their games for the […]

Does a Puck-Moving Defensemen Work in This System?

For the past few years around trade deadline time and in the offseason we have heard about the Bruins looking for a puck-moving defenseman. The Bruins have had a few different guys in past seasons play that role, but it never seems to work out like we thought it was supposed to. Dennis Wideman, Derrick […]

Seguin benched for missing team meeting

The Bruins played last night in Winnipeg and took a 2-1 loss and snapped a point streak that started at the end of October. Tyler Seguin was a healthy scratch prior to puck drop. That was a surprise to anyone outside of the Bruins organization. Jordan Caron skated in his place.

Bruins Overcome Slow Start to Ground Jets

Winnipeg made some early noise, but in the end, Boston came roaring back to defeat the Winnipeg Jets 4-2. Tim Thomas made a great 5-hole save early on during the first Winnipeg power play on a tough shot, but the Jets later came roaring through the neutral zone before Boston knew what hit them, resulting […]

Bruins Mostly Flat in Loss in Montreal

Boston’s highly disappointing start to the season continued Saturday in Montreal, as they fell 4-2 to the hated Habs. The Bruins had a few moments, though for the most part they were rather lackluster. After some early energy, Boston got sloppy with the puck. After some assistance from the referees on a questionable holding call […]

Bruins’ Comeback Attempt Falls Short; Sharks Win 4-2

It was a sloppy game for a good chunk of the night for the Bruins, and it resulted in a 4-2 loss to San Jose. Boston has been getting off to sluggish starts in the season and in individual games lately, and they did it again, surrendering a goal just 1:12 into the game off […]

5 Tidbits on Bruins-Lightning Going Into Game 5

Here are 5 musings about the Eastern Conference Finals between the Boston Bruins and Tampa BayLightning heading into Game 5 tonight at the Garden. The series is tied at two games apiece. 1. Cooling the Jets So the Bruins blew a GOLDEN opportunity. There’s no way getting around it. After one period of play Saturday, in Game 3, […]

Bruins Don’t Make It Easy on Themselves, or Fans

“How about the B’s, man? Back from the dead,” I emphatically began to tell my buddy Matt. “Definitely going to write abo—,” I slowly stopped short and noticed Matt’s glaring eyes. He quickly interjected, “No! Don’t, ya–ya- can’t write about it.” Hmm. Admittedly, I don’t bleed black and gold (or is it yellow?) as much […]