// Marc Savard

Bruins Have Decisions To Make This Offseason

After a great, but tragic, season, the Bruins now look ahead to the offseason with some decisions to make. With some contracts expiring and the potential for trades to be made, there are some moves that need to be made. Some things are already known with Jaromir Jagr, Andrew Ference and Nathan Horton, who are […]

For the Bulletin Board: Lundqvist’s “Lucky Bounces,” Savard’s “#ByeByeTorts”

With the Boston Bruins and New York Rangers get set to square off in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals, the teams decided to exchange some barbs to tack up on the bulletin board. As if things weren’t testy enough already in this classic Boston-New York rivalry.

Bruins Den: B’s Offense Cited As Cause of Global Warming

Winter might be approaching, but the ice at the TD Garden is staying warm, as the red-hot Boston Bruins (8-7-0) are undefeated in November. They have strung together five consecutive victories, outscoring their opponents 30-10. They have scored at least five goals in five straight games for the first time since January 22-29, 1986 and […]

Marc Savard Verified on Twitter: Follow Him @MSavvy91

Perpetually on the IR, Bruins center Marc Savard must have a lot of time on his hands as he recovers from a second severe concussion sustained last season. He is now on Twitter! Actually, he’s been on for a while, but his account was officially verified on Monday. Follow him: @MSavvy91

Marc Savard Will Not Play in 2011-’12 Season, Career Likely Over

The news does not come as a complete shock, but it is still sad to hear. Bruins center Marc Savard is going to be shut down for not just the 2011-’12 season, but possibly for the rest of his career due to post-concussion syndrome. Savard received his second concussion within one year’s time back on January 22nd against the Colorado Avalanche […]

Patrice Bergeron Suffers Mild Concussion, Status Uncertain

The Philadelphia Flyers may not have made a spectacular comeback, but for the second year in a row, they have managed to take out a key Boston Bruin. Last year, it was David Krejci (dislocated wrist); this year, it’s Patrice Bergeron, who suffered what Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli has deemed a “mild concussion” after a […]

Video: Darth Cooke is at it Again

UPDATE: Matt Cooke has been suspended for the remainder of the regular season and the first round of the playoffs. There’s 10 games remaining in the season for the Penguins, and anywhere between four and seven games in the 1st round (most likely against the Lightning). ————————- Sun Tzu. Niccolo Machiavelli. Marquis de Sade. Matt […]

Pacioretty Adds Fuel to Chara Fire

Unlike his career, Max Pacioretty is refusing to let the banter about the Zdeno Chara hit die. When asked, he responded, “I am upset and disgusted that the league didn’t think enough of (the hit) to suspend him. I not mad for myself, I’m mad because if other players see a hit like that and […]

NHL Hockey: To Fight or Not to Fight

As the Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, Pittsburgh Penguins, and New York Islanders have all shown, fighting is alive and well in the NHL. Now, no one will argue that fighting in hockey is in any way new; current rules regarding punishment for “fisticuffs” date back to the 1920s. But it does seem like these last […]

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-Sharks, Saturday February 5th

The Bruins (30-15-7), fresh off their beatdown of the Stars Thursday night, will host old friend Joe Thornton and the San Jose Sharks (27-19-6) in a matinee affair at the Garden this afternoon. For Boston, today’s game will be the second of four straight at home. They kicked off the homestand in grand fashion Thursday, […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Hurricanes, Tuesday February 1st

With the All Star hoopla behind them, the Boston Bruins (28-15-7) will travel south to meet up with All Stars Tim Thomas and Zdeno Chara in Raleigh, as they prepare to face All Stars Eric Staal, Cam Ward, Jeff Skinner, and the rest of the Carolina Hurricanes (25-19-6) this evening. Thomas and Chara were featured […]

2010-2011 Boston Bruins Midseason Report Card

With 50 games in the books, the 2010-2011 Boston Bruins season has already past its halfway point. It seems like just yesterday that the team was over on their season-opening European trip, kicking off the season with a pair of games in Prague, splitting them with the Phoenix Coyotes. Months later, your hometown hockey squad […]

Bruins Lose Late Night on Left Coast to L.A., 2-0

The Bruins wrapped up their brief two-game westward voyage late Monday night, getting blanked by former UMass Amherst goaltender Jonathan Quick and the Los Angeles Kings, 2-0 at Staples Center. Coupled with Saturday’s 6-2 win in Colorado, the B’s end up with a split on the West Coast road trip. Boston couldn’t get anything going […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Kings, Monday January 24th

The Bruins (27-14-7) wrap up their brief West Coast road trip late this evening, with a 10:30pm ET start at the Staples Center, facing off against the struggling Los Angeles Kings (25-22-1). While the Kings are coming off a 4-3 win over Phoenix Saturday night, wins have been very hard to come by as of […]