// Daniel Paille

Bruins Hold Off Late Rangers’ Push For the Win

On Wednesday, the New York Rangers struck first, but it was Boston who laughed last in a 3-2 victory in Madison Square Garden. The Bruins scored three goals in between New York’s scores, in a relatively tame game penalty-wise, to give Tim Thomas yet another win, this time over Henrik Lundqvist. Neither team did much […]

Bruins 2010-2011 Preview: Forwards

When it comes to what will fuel the Bruins this season, look no further than the forwards. Regarded as one of the worst offensive teams in the league last year, the Bruins hope to find their way back into the elite group of offensive teams in the NHL. Two years ago, the Bruins had one […]

Bruins Training Camp: What to Watch For, Part 2

On Wednesday, we showed the first four things to watch for as the Bruins open camp. While the way the 2009-2010 Bruins season ended really stung, we are turning the page to a new era of Boston Bruins hockey. One way to get that started is with new talent, like Nathan Horton and Gregory Campbell. […]

Bruins Training Camp: What to Watch For, Part 1

Is it too soon to talk about the Bruins yet, or is the sting of last spring’s playoff collapse still too painful to overcome? Personally, as tough as it may be to do, I say we turn the page to the next chapter: the 2010-11 NHL season. The B’s are off and running this month […]

Paille Returns to Boston on New Two-Year Deal

Both Bob McKenzie and Darren Dreger from TSN in Canada are reporting that the Bruins have agreed on a two-year deal with restricted free agent Daniel Paille. The deal is reported to be worth $2.15 million in total, with Paille earning $1 million in 2010-11, then $1.15 million in 2011-12. The annual cap hit will […]

Lots Bruin’: B’s Sign Recchi, Draft Seguin, Trade Sobotka, etc.

Hockey’s hot stove season has heated up and nowhere is it hotter than here in the Hub of Hockey. Highlighted by the NHL entry draft this past weekend and the selection of overall No. 2 pick Tyler Seguin, the Boston Bruins have put themselves in the center of it all, with moves being made, and […]

Late Goal By Lucic Gives Bruins 2-0 Series Lead

You can’t help but acknowledge the irony. Amidst the celebration at TD Garden on Monday night, as the Boston Bruins took a commanding 2-0 lead in their best-of-seven semifinal series against the Philadelphia Flyers, The Standells’ “Love That Dirty Water” was blaring across the arena just like it would after any Bruins victory. But it […]

Sturm’s Season Ends With Torn ACL, MCL

While there was plenty to cheer about during Saturday’s 5-4 overtime victory over the Philadelphia Flyers, in which the returning Marc Savard scored the game-winning goal, the Boston Bruins announced the end of Marco Sturm’s season on Sunday. Sturm went down in the opening minute of the playoff series after checking Flyer Matt Carle and […]

Bruins Clinch Playoff Spot With Odd Win Over Hurricanes

The Bruins have a lot of trouble scoring goals on the power play, and it gets even worse at even strength. They continued to struggle in both departments during Saturday’s 4-2 win against the Hurricanes. When Matt Hunwick headed back to the penalty box to start the second period, he told teammates to kill the […]

Boston Rakes In Victory Over Leafs With Playoff Spot, Draft Pick on Line

Following recent troubles, the Bruins rallied Saturday to drop the Maple Leafs 2-1 in OT. You could tell it would be a tough contest (despite it being Toronto) when Colton Orr (no relation to Bobby) snapped the puck past Tuukka Rask 5:10 into the game. And Michael Ryder got called for hooking 9:15 in, and […]

Bruins Sink Sabres for Second Straight Win, 3-2

A pair of goals by former Sabre Daniel Paille and 43 saves by the team’s new golden goalie Tuukka Rask helped the B’s earn their second straight win Tuesday night over the Buffalo Sabres, 3-2 in the shootout. The loss marks Buffalo’s fifth straight defeat. Coupled with Ottawa’s win over Calgary, the Sabres now have […]

Bruins Can’t Get It Together, Drop To 8th Place

Another game, another loss. Another zero points for the Bruins. Without much of a game plan going for them, the Bruins dropped to the Senators Saturday, 2-1. Coupled with a Flyers’ victory over the Hurricanes, the Bruins are now in 8th place in the East. If the Canadiens beat the Rangers or the Islanders win […]

Senators Not Named Brown or Coakley Top B’s, 5-1

Something tells me if the Ottawa Senators had Scott Brown in goal and Martha Coakley centering the top forward line, they still would have beat the poop out of the Bruins today. After winning the first four meetings of the season over Ottawa, the Bruins got their butts whipped at the TD Garden Monday afternoon, […]

Bruins Thump Thrashers, 6-4

The Bruins were able to score in bunches Wednesday night, helping them put up six goals against both Ondrej Pavelec and Johan Hedberg, topping the Thrashers 6-4 at TD Garden. The win extends the B’s current win streak over Atlanta to eight games, dating back to the ’07-’08 season. Marc Savard got the scoring going […]

Islanders Jump on Rask, Win Easily

Matt Moulson scored his first goal of the night in the first period only six minutes into the game. He would later add two more, with one of them taken away and rightfully given to his teammate John Tavares. The Bruins struggled to stop the puck from going into their own net as they lost […]