// Gregory Campbell

Video: How to Stay Motivated Ahead of Bruins-Canadiens Series

To keep you diehards entertained while we’re in this playoff lull, check out this video. It came out last year after the famous Gregory Campbell incident in which he broke his fibula blocking a shot but still kept playing because his teammates needed him. For those who watched it live, it really was an incredible […]

Bruins Lose Much More than Game Against Canadiens

The Boston Bruins were handed a pretty big blow by the Montreal Canadiens on Thursday night when they lost 2-1. Not only did they lose the game, but they also coughed up the division lead to Montreal and lost one of their key defenseman during the course of action. Coming into Thursday’s contest the Bruins […]

Bruins Lose Hard-Fought Game to Worthy Blues

In a battle of heavyweight contenders from the Eastern and Western Conference, the Western Conference got the upper hand when the St. Louis Blues narrowly defeated the Boston Bruins in a shootout victory. If you looked at the two teams on paper they were incredibly even matched and when you watched the game on the […]

Bruins 2013-14 Season Preview: Forwards

The Bruins open the 2013-14 season on Thursday, October 3 against the Tampa Bay Lightning at TD Garden. Peter Chiarelli and Cam Neely have worked hard to keep the core of this group together, but young talent, salary cap constraints, and the Seguin Situation necessitated change up front. Nathan Horton, Tyler Seguin, Jaromir Jagr, Rich […]

Bruins Lose Gregory Campbell for the Playoffs

The Bruins took a commanding 3-0 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals, but were dealt a big blow with Gregory Campbell going down with a broken leg late in the second period while killing a penalty. Campbell will now miss the rest of the post season and while it is a huge loss for the […]

VIDEO: Gregory Campbell Suffers Broken Leg Blocking Evgeni Malkin’s Shot

During Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals, Gregory Campbell sacrificed his body during a penalty kill to stop Evgeni Malkin’s slap shot. After taking the full force of the slap shot, he was down on the ice for several seconds, but heroically brought himself to his feet, and with only one working now, finished […]

Bruins Get Revenge in Buffalo with 3-1 Win

The Bruins got a road win in Buffalo, 3-1. After missing the Saturday game, the Bruins got the extra day off while the Sabres were on the second day of a back-to-back. Anton Khudobin and Ryan Miller had quite the goal-tending battle, but Khudobin got the best of it with the win on 25 saves. With the […]

The B’s Are Back! A Look at the Bruins’ 4th Line, Subs

Now, let’s take a look at the Bruins’ third line: 4th Line: Grit and Toughness LW- Daniel Paille - 2011-2012 stats: GP 69 G 9 A 6 PTS 15 +/- -5 PIM 15 C- Gregory Campbell - 2011-2012 stats: GP 78G 8 A 8 PTS 16 +/- -3 PIM 80 RW- Shawn Thornton - 2011-2012 stats: GP 81 G 5 A […]

Bruins 2012 Report Card: Thornton, Campbell, Paille, Caron

Easily one of the best fourth lines in the NHL for the second straight season, this line brings energy every single shift they get. Thornton and Campbell once again took on a big part of the team sparking role with well timed fights while Paille does his best work while penalty killing. Part of the […]

Bruins Can’t Solve Holtby; Series Heads to Boston Tied

For the Boston Bruins to beat the Washington Capitals, at some point they’ll need to beat Braden Holtby. The rookie goalie has averaged more than 35 saves per night in his first four playoff games, including a dominating 44-save night Thursday that powered the Capitals to a 2-1 victory at the Verizon Center, evening the […]

Bruins Are Back After 8-0 Win Over Leafs

The Bruins have owned the Maple Leafs all season and Monday night was no different. Four first period goals powered the Bruins past the Leafs with a 8-0 final score. Fourteen Bruins skaters ended the game with at least one point. Tim Thomas needed only 13 saves to earn a shutout (he saw only two […]

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 […]

Two-Goal Third Gives Bruins First Winning Streak Since January

The Boston Bruins have rarely played “complete” hockey over the last two months, alternating losses with frustrating, indecisive victories. And on those few occasions when they submitted a complete game, they never followed it with a second. No more. The Bruins capitalized on two goals in the final period Thursday night at TD Garden, beating […]

Bruins Survive Late Meltdown to Down Senators

It was a tough start and finish for Boston, but they had enough meat in the middle to finish off the win in Ottawa, 5-3. Boston did get one chance with immediate pressure, but did nothing with it except give up pressure themselves. Erik Karlsson took advantage, surprising Tim Thomas just 1:10 into the game. […]

Sabres Crush Both Rask and Thomas in Buffalo

The Buffalo Sabres played Wednesday’s game as a team desperately needing wins to keep its playoff hopes alive should: intelligent but physical, controlled but aggressive. The Boston Bruins played as a team with a chance at the Eastern Conference’s top spot should not: lazy, disorganized, brainless. Who do you think won? The Sabres scored twice […]