// Manny Fernandez

Bruins 2009-2010 Preview: Goaltenders

The Bruins had a wildly successful 2008-2009 season, finishing with a 53-19-10 record, but a disappointing second round exit at the hands of the Carolina Hurricanes. All in all, the team improved tremendously from the year before, and still looks to be an NHL powerhouse as we move into the next decade. One big reason […]

A Bruins Summer Summary

As we turn the page on the calendar to September, we find ourselves exactly one month away from the opener for Boston’s ’09-’10 season, when Alex the Great and the Capitals visit the Garden to kick off what will be a year loaded with very high expectations for the Black and Gold. So, What’s With […]

Bruins Win Big at 2009 NHL Awards Show

The NHL put on its Las Vegas awards ceremony and gave the Bruins some heavy hardware to carry home: Zdeno Chara – winner of the Norris Trophy (translation: Defenseman of the Year) – Upset alert: Mike Green of the Washington Capitals was expected to take it, but we all know Chara deserved it. He’s also won the Tallest […]

Sabres Blow Out Bruins 6-1

Despite a recent hot streak, the Bruins lost their chance at the President’s Trophy (the NHL’s best overall record) with a blowout loss to the Sabres Saturday night. As a result, the San Jose Sharks have clinched the NHL’s best record for the first time in franchise history. The Bruins really couldn’t get things started […]

Senators Get Revenge Against Bruins

It didn’t take long for the Sentators to exact their revenge against the Bruins. Just last Thursday, April 2, the Bruins beat the Senators 2-1 to get their 50th win. Five days later on Tuesday night, the Senators earned their own one-goal victory, winning 3-2. Phil Kessel returned after a five-game absence due to an […]

Bruins Strike Lightning, Win Fourth Straight

It appears now that the Bruins are peaking at the right time. In early and mid-March, the Bruins were 3-5-1 over a nine-game stretch. Now, with just six games remaining before the playoffs begin, the Bruins have won four games in a row, including a 3-1 win over the Lightning Tuesday night. Manny Fernandez earned […]

Recchi Scores Two Goals in Bruins’ Win

One of the significant numbers in Saturday’s game against the Maple Leafs was five, meaning the Bruins had five full days of rest in between a win Sunday against the Devils and Saturday’s tilt. Another important number was 41, for the age of Mark Recchi as he finished with two goals to lead the Bruins […]

Avery Returns; Rangers Beat Bruins 4-3

All eyes were on Sean Avery’s return to Madison Square Garden Sunday, but there was a hockey game to be played. The Rangers are fighting for their playoff lives, and improved to 3-1-1 under new coach John Tortorella after a 4-3 win over the Bruins. Avery finished with one point in nearly 15 minutes of ice time. […]

Flyers Beat Bruins on Eve of Trade Deadline

In perhaps his final game as a Bruin, Manny Fernandez allowed four goals on 26 shots in a 4-2 loss to the Flyers. Fernandez, who will be an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season, could be traded before Thursday’s deadline while the B’s search for defensive depth. Simon Gagne finished with two […]

Bruins Lose on Late Goal in Tampa Bay

When Phil Kessel scored just two minutes into the game, it looked as if the Bruins were going to pour it on the 28-loss Tampa Bay Lightning. The Lightning struck right back with two quick goals just minutes later from Jeff Halpern and Adam Hall to take the lead in what became a back-and-forth contest. […]

Predators Beat Bruins in Shootout

Coming off a 1-0 loss against the Devils and a rough 0-2-1 stretch, the Bruins could’ve really used a win against the mediocre Predators. At this juncture, they’d definitely settle for a point. The Bruins barely salvaged that point Saturday night against the Predators thanks to a game-tying goal from Zdeno Chara at 18:44 of […]

Bruins Remain Red-Hot, Topple Panthers 4-0

Even the hottest goaltenders in the NHL can’t do much against the Boston Bruins these days. Phil Kessel notched his team-leading 16th goal of the season and Manny Fernandez registered his 1st shutout of the season as the Boston Bruins dismantled Craig Anderson and the Florida Panthers 4-0 Saturday night in Sunrise, Florida.

Bruins Continue Winning Ways, Beat Buffalo 3-1

The Boston Bruins continued their red-hot play last night, beating Northeast division rival Buffalo 3-1 at the TD Banknorth Garden. Chuck Kobasew returned to the lineup after missing 12 games with a broken leg, and looked as though he hadn’t missed a beat, notching a goal and assist in his first game back. Manny Fernandez […]

Bruins Back for (Much) More

With veterans healthy and youngsters one year wiser, the boys in black and gold are ready to build on a so-so 2007 campaign. Despite getting pummeled in Game 7 against the top seeded Canadiens, the bright spots throughout the season were far from scarce. Bruins Initially an Afterthought in 2007-08 After losing their leader early […]

Bruins Are Looking Good!

After being the laughing stock of the entire NHL, the Bruins are slowly but surely gaining credibility among the league; especially after their 2 convincing wins against Ottawa and Pittsburgh. As it stands, the Bruins are in the 6th place in the conference with 74 points and have 2 games in hand on almost every […]