// Mike Knuble

Bruins Can’t Solve Holtby; Series Heads to Boston Tied

For the Boston Bruins to beat the Washington Capitals, at some point they’ll need to beat Braden Holtby. The rookie goalie has averaged more than 35 saves per night in his first four playoff games, including a dominating 44-save night Thursday that powered the Capitals to a 2-1 victory at the Verizon Center, evening the […]

Can the Baby B’s Help Out the Bruins?

Last season’s cup run was amazing in many different ways for the Bruins. One way that was extremely over looked maybe until now was how healthy the Bruins were during the season and for the entire playoff run. Now with the club struggling to stay consistent and Nathan Horton out for who knows how long and Rich Peverley out […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins vs. Capitals, Tuesday October 19th

One team will lose their second game of the season tonight, and the Bruins (2-1-0) hope it won’t be them. The B’s travel to the nation’s capital tonight to face off with Alexander Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals (4-1-0) at the Verizon Center. To say the B’s haven’t fared well against the Caps lately would […]

Bruins Cap Off Season With Shootout Win Over Capitals

It’s crystal clear: the Washington Capitals are far and away the best team in the Eastern Conference and maybe the NHL. They finished the 2009-2010 season with at least 20 more points than any other East squad, tallying 54 wins against just 15 regulation losses. They carry a 50-goal scorer, a 40-goal scorer, a 30-goal […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Capitals, Tuesday 2-2

Tonight at the TD Garden, two teams heading in completely opposite directions will face off for the first time since opening night, as the Bruins (23-21-9) host the Washington Capitals (37-12-6). No team is hotter than the Caps, plain and simple. Washington will be looking for their eleventh straight win this evening, a win that […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Capitals, 10-1

Anticipation is high. Expectations are even higher. And now, the wait is over. The Zambonis are gassed up and we’re ready to get the 2009-2010 NHL season off and running…or in this case, skating. Tonight marks the season opener, as the top two seeds from last season’s Eastern Conference playoffs meet at the TD Garden, […]

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 […]