// Marco Sturm

Bruins Struck By Lightning 2-1

The Boston Bruins, who had their eyes on a Sunshine State sweep, will fly north with a bad taste in their mouth tonight, after a 2-1 loss to the lowly Tampa Bay Lightning. The Bruins looked sluggish throughout the game, with the Bolts winning the majority of the puck battles and outmuscling the Bruins with […]

Sturm Lifts Bruins by Panthers

The Bruins must have been bad boys and girls all year, because the NHL rewarded them with three games in four days as the year comes to a close. I’m sure the Bruins would like more rest ahead of their Winter Classic game against the Flyers on New Year’s Day. The first test came Sunday […]

Bruins Shut Out Senators 2-0

With everyone speculating that the Boston Bruins are back to their old ways of losing games and not scoring, Tim Thomas stepped up once again for the Bruins. With of a record of 0-2-2 in the past four games, the Bruins invaded Ottawa and ended their slide. Luckily enough, it was the Senators the Bruins […]

Bruins Crush Maple Leafs Like Leaves

Yes, the Maple Leafs folded like their namesake, and the Bruins looked like bears again instead of cubs as Boston won convincingly at home, 7-2. The Bruins stepped on the gas from the start and never let up, scoring on a Marco Sturm tip-in. Just one second later, Shawn Thornton got into a scuffle with […]

Sturm, Bruins Extinguish Lightning

On Wednesday night the Boston Bruins continued their hot streak and Tim Thomas was stellar between the pipes in a 4-1 home victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. With their sixth win in seven games, Marc Savard was the talk of the town with his new contract and scoring his 200th career goal, but last night Marco […]

Bergeron Leads Bruins Past Blues, 4-2

On a night when the Bruins welcomed back playmaking center Marc Savard to their lineup, it was another center who was the heart of the Boston offense. Patrice Bergeron led the way with assists on all four Bruins goals tonight, helping the B’s top the St. Louis Blues 4-2 at Scottrade Center. The victory gave […]

Bruins Hang On For 4-3 SO Victory Over Atlanta Thrashers

At times it was ugly. At times it was long. But overall, two points are two points and the Boston Bruins will take those however they can, even if it means being forced to a shootout, which is exactly what happened in Thursday night’s 4-3 victory over the Atlanta Thrashers. In front of an impressively […]

The Lost Boys on the Bruins

The 2009-10 Boston Bruins haven’t gotten off to the start many prognosticators had predicted them to. Expectations were high after last season, and deservedly so. Last year’s incarnation of the Black and Gold experienced a banner year, finishing 1st in the Eastern Conference and advancing past the first round of the playoffs for the first time in more than a […]

Bruins’ Scoring Comes Out of Hibernation in Win Over Sabres

It – it being a power play goal – was bound to happen sooner or later. Fortunately for the Boston Bruins (7-7-2) and their league-worst power play unit, it came before history was made. After going six games with out a power play goal (0-for-20), the B’s avoided a seven-game power play drought, which would […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Red Wings, Tuesday 11-3

The Boston Bruins (6-6-1) head to Motown Tuesday night to match-up with another member of the NHL’s Original Six, the Detroit Red Wings (5-4-3), in a game that will feature two of last year’s top teams who this year, are faltering out of the gates. This will be the 576th meeting of the two teams […]

Ducks Open Anaheim’s Sweep of Boston With 6-1 Thrashing of Bruins

Two-and-a-half hours before the Boston Red Sox took to the field to play the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in the first game of the American League Division Series, Boston and Anaheim, thanks to a scheduling coincidence, were also facing-off on the ice. In what can now be called a predictive match of what was to […]

Bruins 2009-2010 Season Preview: Forwards

Last season, the Boston Bruins scored 274 goals, second only to the Detroit Red Wings’ 295. With Phil Kessel (36 goals), Michael Ryder (27), and Marc Savard (25) leading the way, the B’s coupled their smothering defense with a potent offense that earned the top seed in the Eastern Conference. While their efforts fell short, […]

Bruins Sign D-Man Morris, Complicate Kessel Situation

On Saturday, Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli announced the signing of puck-moving defenseman Derek Morris to a one-year, $3.3 million contract. The move comes immediately after the Bruins sent injury-prone Aaron Ward back to the Carolina Hurricanes for a fourth-round pick in the 2010-2011 NHL Entry Draft and Patrick Eaves, whose salary was instantly bought out. […]

Sturm to Have Knee Surgery, Could Miss Season

Bruins forward Marco Sturm could miss the rest of the season because of a left knee injury. Sturm has seven goals and six assists in 19 games this season. Reaction: His loss will hurt, but the Bruins have a lot of depth this year on offensive end. With Patrice Bergeron set to return at some […]

ATR: Bruins Prove They’re For Real With Impressive Victory

As the old saying goes, “to be the best, you have to beat the best.” For the Boston Bruins; mission accomplished. Much has been made of the Black and Gold’s resurgence in the “Hub of Hockey,” and rightly so. The team is hotter than Hanzel in Zoolander right now, reeling off an 11-1-1 record in […]