// Nathan Horton

After No Big Off-Season Moves, Are the Bruins Good Enough?

With the NFL season only a few weeks away that can only mean that the NHL season is rapidly approaching as well. The off-season thus far for the Bruins has been a rather quiet one, only resigning players from last seasons roster. Peter Chiarelli has made it clear that he likes his team and is […]

Bruins Should Try to Sign Jaromir Jagr

After not playing an NHL game since the 07-08 season, Jaromir Jagr joined the Flyers to make another run at the Stanley Cup. Potting 19 goals and adding 35 assists, Jagr showed that he can still play at a high level and is working hard to stay at that level. Of his 19 goals, eight […]

Bruins 2012 Report Card: Milan Lucic, David Krejci, Nathan Horton

Injuries kept this line from building on a strong first season together. Several different players filled the vacant spot at right-wing left by Nathan Horton. If Horton is healthy heading into next season, this line will likely stay together and play at a high level. Report Cards: Marchand-Bergeron-Seguin | Lucic-Krejci-Horton Milan Lucic  C+ Coming off […]

Bruins Interested in Trading for Dustin Brown?

With the NHL trade deadline only a few days away, reports from TSN’s Bob McKenzie say that the Bruins are one of several teams that have a high interest level in Kings forward Dustin Brown. Brown is 27 years old and wears the “C” for the Kings. He plays right wing, and that is 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 […]

Bruins Held Scoreless Against Wild for 2nd Straight Loss

The Bruins failed to score in a 2-0 loss to Minnesota. With Rich Peverley and Nathan Horton out with injuries, the offense struggled again. The Wild benefited from two second period goals and that was all they needed in this one. The Bruins are getting the chances (48 shots Sunday) but can’t find ways to […]

Thomas Remains Perfect in Shootouts, Bruins beat Habs 4-3

The Bruins escaped Montreal with a shootout win 4-3. The Bruins took a 3-1 lead into the third period with goals from Andrew Ference, Benoit Pouliot and Patrice Bergeron, but later found themselves in a shootout. Sloppy play in the third period let the Habs back into the game, and nearly lost the game for […]

David Krejci Demoted to Third Line Center

Bruins fans have gotten use to seeing David Krejci centering a line with Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton on his wings. With Horton out of the line up due to a concussion, Rich Peverley jumped up to fill his spot. The first and only game that the Lucic-Krejci-Peverley played together was a loss against Pittsburgh, all three […]

Bruins’ Fourth Line Carries Team Past Devils

Good things come to those who wait. The Boston Bruins waited five games to get back Brad Marchand. They waited two games to get back Rich Peverley. And they waited 63 minutes Thursday night before finally solving the New Jersey Devils’ stout defense and even more stout goalie, Martin Brodeur. Once the waiting period ended, […]

Lightning Outshine Sloppy Bruins 5-3

The Bruins (29-13-1) were looking to follow up their shootout win on Monday night as they visited the slumping Lightning. Unfortunately a lack of defensive effort across the table instead led them to an awful 5-3 loss to Tampa Bay, who had been losers of seven consecutive games. The smallest of bright spots in the […]

Bruins Explode in Third Period, Rally Past Jets

The Bruins came into their Tuesday night game with the Winnipeg Jets (20-16-5) looking to get back into the win column after a rough game and loss to the rival Vancouver Canucks on Saturday evening. They were without Brad Marchand, who received a controversial and highly publicized 5-game suspension for his hit on Sami Salo. […]

Bruins Smother Flames With Nine Goals, Twelve Point-Scoring Players

As a young boy, I played on a recreation-league soccer team in Brookline, Mass. We weren’t very good, but I liked the team’s name: the Flames. I’m pretty sure we could’ve given the Boston Bruins a better game than the Calgary Flames gave them Thursday night at TD Garden. Patrice Bergeron and Nathan Horton each […]

Bruins Top Brodeur, Devils 6-1

The Bruins  have been so good this season, they lead the NHL in goals per game (3.43), goals allowed per game (1.91), and goal differential (+60). Simply put, they are the best team in the NHL. That’s why their 4-2 loss last Saturday against the Stars was so surprising, though it is impossible (except in […]

Sputtering Bruins End Losing Streak in Columbus

It took a while to get on track in this game and the past few games, but the Boston Bruins finally started a new winning streak in Columbus, taking the win 5-3. Starting the game, it looked like Boston’s losing streak would be pushed to three games; just 5:46 in, the Blue Jackets took the […]

Bruins Get Trapped in Winnipeg, Fall to Jets 2-1

Boston returned to Winnipeg for the first time since 1995 and The Jets spoiled the return with a 2-1 win over the Bruins. The Bruins took a four game winning streak into tonight’s game in Winnipeg looking to beat a team riding a two game winning streak. It was a tough game for Boston playing […]