// Mike Cammalleri

Potential Free Agents for the Bruins

The offseason is now in full gear in the hockey world and it promises to be an exciting one around the league. There are a lot of big names on the market, and although the Bruins roster is in very good shape, there is always room for improvements. Here are a few names the Bruins […]

Cammalleri Calls Canadiens “Losers,” Then Gets Traded During Bruins Game

“I can’t accept that we will display a losing attitude as we’re doing this year…We prepare for our games like losers. We play like losers. So it’s no wonder why we lose.” With those words earlier in the week, Michael Cammalleri really sealed his fate. After playing the first two periods of Thursday night’s game […]

Ryder, Bruins Even Up Series With OT Win Over Canadiens

Do you believe in miracles? Cliche, I know. But, the Bruins just spent a couple days hanging out in Lake Placid, New York at the site of the Miracle on Ice, so the context is there. And with a second straight win in Montreal on Thursday night, it’s safe to call the Bruins’ turnaround thus […]

It’s Time to Panic: Bruins Drop Game 2 To Habs

Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara was a late scratch Saturday night against the Canadiens in Game 2 due to severe dehydration, and the B’s had an extremely difficult time adapting to life without their captain. The Canadiens, already armed with a 1-0 series lead, took advantage of the Chara-less B’s defense and scored two goals in […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Thursday March 24th

There’s a slightly important hockey game happening at the TD Garden this evening… you may have already heard about it. Tonight, the sixth and final meeting of two storied rivals hits Causeway Street with Northeast Division supremacy lying in the balance, as the Bruins (40-22-10) host the hated Montreal Canadiens (40-27-7). There sure is plenty […]

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 […]

Habs Handle Bruins, 4-3

The Bruins were forced to play catch-up, almost from the first minute of action Thursday night in Montreal. ┬áThe B’s would never catch the Habs however, falling to the Canadiens, 4-3 at Bell Centre. ┬áThe win snapped a season-long three-game losing streak for Montreal, while the Bruins squandered their chance to tie the Canadiens atop […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Thursday December 16th

The Bruins (16-9-4) will get a second chance to climb to a tie atop the Northeast Division this evening, when they take on the hated Montreal Canadiens (18-11-2) at the Bell Centre, north of the border. Boston found themselves just two points behind the Habs in the standings heading into last night’s action, but the […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Thursday 2/4

The Bruins (23-22-9) will look to end their current eight-game skid tonight at the Garden when they host Original Six rival Montreal (26-25-6). Boston looked like they might pull a win out of their hat Tuesday night, fighting hard against the East leading Washington Capitals through the first 40 minutes of play. But, as the […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Friday 12-4

The Bruins (14-8-5) head north of the border this evening to the Bell Centre in Montreal to face off against the Canadiens (12-14-2). It was 100 years to the day, back in 1909, that the Montreal Canadiens franchise was born, and so the B’s will have to endure a rather lengthy set of pregame festivities […]

Scoring Woes Continue for B’s in 2-1 Shootout Loss

The Boston Bruins were 52 seconds away from doing something they hadn’t done in 80 years. But, thanks to a Patrice Bergeron tip-in in the final minute of regulation, the Bruins scored a goal for the first time in over 192 minutes of play, tying Thursday night’s game with Montreal at one goal a piece, […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Thursday 11-5

The Bruins face off with their third straight “Original 6″ foe this evening, as they host division rival Montreal (7-8-0) at the TD Garden. Boston (6-7-1) will look to avoid their third straight shutout after falling 1-0 and 2-0 in their last two contests, to the Rangers and Red Wings respectively. The last time Boston […]