// Jordan Caron

Triple-Double: Bruins Hang Six Goals on Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers survived the Boston Bruins’ first two-goal period Thursday night at the TD Garden. They couldn’t survive the second. Or the third. The Bruins scored twice in all three periods Thursday, powering them to a 6-3 victory over the once-streaking Oilers. The Bruins have now scored 24 goals in their last four games.

Bruins Den: Out of Hibernation, Into a Winning Streak

Well, well, well… what a week for the Bruins! It seems like Halloween spooked some offense into the B’s, who are now riding their first winning streak of the season as they begin a five-game homestand. With some of the best and worst teams of the league about to visit Boston, the conference-worst (second to […]

Bruins Den: Struggling B’s Hear a BOO!

Happy Halloween, Hub hockey fans! You need not look far for anything scary this year! Just check out the NHL standings, where you’ll find the defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins (3-7-0, 6 points) dead last in the Eastern Conference and second worst in the league (thanks to the Columbus Blue Jackets, who at 2-9-1 […]

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 […]

Busy Month Ahead for Bruins as Cup Defense Begins

What a tough summer it has been for the Boston Bruins. “What victory party do I have to go to tonight?” “Where do I have to tote this heavy Stanley Cup to today?” “How many thousands of adoring fans am I going to have to shmooze with this time?” The trials and tribulations of a […]

Shallon Lester (Who?) Claims She Got Amstel Light with Bruins at Foxwoods

Leave it to Deadspin to unfurl the mystery of the lone Amstel Light purchased at Foxwoods during the Bruins’ epic celebration soon after the glorious Stanley Cup victory. Was it Mark Recchi? Nope, he’s too old. Nathan Horton? He’s still recovering, though I bet all the Bud Lights were just great for his headaches. Tyler […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Maple Leafs, Tuesday February 15th

The Bruins (31-18-7) will aim to get back on track this evening, as they host Phil Kessel and the Toronto Maple Leafs (23-27-6) at TD Garden. Boston’s licking their wounds after getting completely outplayed over the weekend in a pair of losses to the Detroit Red Wings. On Friday night, it was a 6-1 beatdown […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Wednesday February 9th

No regular season game may be bigger than tonight’s matchup at the TD Garden. The Bruins (30-16-7) put their slim Northeast Division lead on the line tonight against Original Six rival, the Montreal Canadiens (30-19-5). Montreal is really the only thorn in Boston’s side this season, with the Habs winning all three previous meetings. The […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Thrashers, Thursday December 30th

The Bruins (20-11-4) will wrap up 2010 tonight with their third stop on their five-city road trip, going up against a familiar foe, the Atlanta Thrashers (19-14-6). These two teams have headed in opposite directions since their meeting just one week ago. It was then when the B’s woke up from a 1-3-1 slump to […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Sabres, Tuesday December 7th

Opening up a three-game homestand, the Bruins (14-8-3) will host division rivals, the Buffalo Sabres (11-13-3) on Causeway Street this evening. The B’s were left with a very sour taste in their mouths Saturday, after what was mostly a very good week for the team. After big wins over the Flyers and Lightning, the team […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Flyers, Wednesday December 1st

The Bruins (12-8-2) look to right the ship Wednesday in the City of Brotherly Love, sparking up the heated rivalry between the B’s and the Philadelphia Flyers (15-6-4). This will of course be the first meeting of these two squads since last spring’s epic collapse by Boston and miraculous comeback by Philly, climbing back from […]

Horton, Thomas Big as Bruins Win Home Opener

After a couple weeks and two continents, the red-hot Bruins finally took the ice in front of the hometown fans in the Hub, and who better to kick off the Bruins season in the TD Garden than Boston vocal legend and soon-to-be American Idol judge, Steven Tyler. After the Aerosmith lead simger serenaded the crowd […]

Bruins Take Care of Devils 4-1

I do believe that the someone told the Bruins to work on their offense this off-season and so far it’s working. After their first two regular-season games over in Prague against the Phoenix Coyotes, the B’s came back to North America and came back strong. Boston had it’s first game in the States in New […]

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. […]