// Gregory Campbell

Five Third Period Goals Lead B’s Past Flyers, 7-5

With the help of seven different goal scorers on the night, the Bruins powered their way past the beasts of the East, the Philadelphia Flyers Thursday night at the Garden, winning a wild, back-and-forth affair, 7-5. Five third period goals helped the B’s erase three different one-goal deficits, on their way to their third straight […]

Bruins Avoid Skid, Beat Penguins Without Sid the Kid

Might as well take advantage when possible. For the Bruins, they were able to capitalize on a Pittsburgh Penguins team that was lacking Sidney Crosby. How did they do it you may ask? The same way they got beat just two nights earlier against the Montreal Canadiens. Down by two goals late in the third […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Maple Leafs, Monday January 3rd

Wrapping up their season-high five-game road trip, the Bruins (20-11-6) travel north of the border to take on Phil Kessel and the Toronto Maple Leafs (14-19-4) this evening at the Air Canada Centre. You’d think scoring six goals would be enough for a win… and more often than not, you’d be correct. But that wasn’t […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Sabres, Saturday January 1st

The Bruins (20-11-5) will ring in the new year with their fourth stop on their current five-game road trip, going up against a divisional rival, the Buffalo Sabres (15-18-4) tonight. Boston finished up a reasonably successful month of December with an 8-3-3 record, wrapping up the year Thursday with a 3-2 shootout loss to Atlanta. […]

Late Boston Penalty Turns Zero Toronto Points Into Two

Boston was sailing on their way to another victory with just minutes remaining. But a late holding call on Patrice Bergeron allowed Toronto to get a major advantage and score with less than a minute to go, and eventually win the game in a shootout. What is it with Boston teams losing to Toronto teams […]

Bruins Salvage Point From Improbable Comeback, But Fall 4-3 in Shootout

The highs and lows of this game were worlds apart, and in the end, the Kings finally finished off the Bruins 4-3 in a shootout, leaving the Bruins to settle for a single point. That isn’t too bad, considering the Kings led 3-0 at one point. The game started with obvious omens that it would […]

Colin Campbell Responds to Allegations, Puts Foot in Mouth

Recently, Colin Campbell has given several interviews regarding the fiasco he finds himself in. Being asked about everything from the Savard e-mails to calls for his resignation, to what it’s been like in general, Campbell seemed to labor through his answers, that is, when his answers were relevant at all. As Admiral Adama might say, […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Panthers, Thursday November 18th

The Bruins (10-5-1) return home tonight to host former Bruin Dennis Wideman and the Florida Panthers (8-8-0) at TD Garden. Tonight marks the first of four meetings between the two squads. Both teams were on the winning end of one-goal games last night. For Florida, they took a 2-1 victory over the Thrashers in Atlanta, […]

NHL, Colin Campbell Biased Against Marc Savard

Colin Campbell, the NHL’s senior vice president of hockey operation and all-around disciplinarian, publicly called Marc Savard a “little fake artist.” Really, it was an e-mail conversation with former NHL director of officiating Stephen Walkom, but everything becomes public when you hit send. This is just the next revelation in a long line of completely […]

Thomas Not Immortal, Bruins Still Win

It wasn’t the best defensive stand, but with Ryan Miller out with lower body issues, the Bruins sprung out like a trap door spider to claim a 5-2 victory in Buffalo. Boston wasted no time going to work on the power play. The only thing was, it was Buffalo’s power play. With Michael Ryder in […]

Bruins Keep Rolling, Slaughter Senators 4-0

This crop of Bruins is special, and they once again rallied behind Tim Thomas Saturday to take down the Ottawa Senators 4-0. And it didn’t take long to begin the delightful process of ripping the collective hearts out of everyone in Ottawa. The Senators did make a good save point-blank 3:28 in, but whatever. David […]

Bruins a Bust to Begin Season

It was an ugly sight across the Atlantic, as the Boston Bruins opened the season with a 5-2 loss to Phoenix. Phoenix struck first blood 7:59 in, when Radim Vrbata tipped in a pass after Tuukka Rask slid off the side blocking a previous shot. The Bruins could not respond during two power plays in […]

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 […]

Seguin Pens Contract, Puts Bruins Over Salary Cap

Today the Bruins inked a deal with their top draft pick, Tyler Seguin, but the contract puts the Bruins over the salary cap. Who will the B’s get rid of to get back under the cap? The Bruins and their second-overall pick agreed to terms on a three-year contract that can be worth up to […]