// Patrice Bergeron

Lord Stanley to Return to Boston in 2015, According to Las Vegas

Introducing your 2015 Stanley Cup champions…The Boston Bruins. Well at least that is what the odds makers at vegasinsider.com seem to believe. Not ones to revel in the past, Vegas bookmakers have released their odds for the 2015 Stanley Cup champions a mere three days after the Los Angeles Kings hoisted the vaunted trophy after […]

Connelly’s Top Ten: Bruins Let Down City!

CLIFF NOTES * I have never seen bounces go so one way in a seven game series as the own goal off Chara proved. The Bruins allowed the Habs to dictate tone, pace, style of play the whole series – that falls on Clode. Its time for a complete overhaul. COACHING * I’m not going […]

Canadiens End Bruins’ Season with 3-1 Game 7 Victory

That’s all, folks. The Montreal Canadiens have ended the 2013-14 NHL season for the Boston Bruins, beating the B’s 3-1 in Game 7 to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals. After holding a 3-2 series lead, the Bruins couldn’t win either of the last two games to close out the series, getting trounced 4-0 in Montreal in Game 6 before […]

Connelly’s Top Ten: Lucic Causes Me to Throw Up on Dean Wormer

CLIFF NOTES * I have said for five years to trade Milan Lucic but they hang onto him because he hits an occasional guy, floats around the ice and scores some empty netters. One minute into the game he fanned in front of the net with a chance to give the Bruins a 1-0 lead. […]

Bruins’ Late Push Just Not Enough to Beat Montreal in Game 3

Lars Eller’s empty net goal with three seconds remaining cemented a Canadiens victory in Game 3. As a Bruins fan, this was a frustrating one to watch not only for that fact that they lost, but how they lost. From the opening drop of the puck, the Montreal looked like the better team from top to […]

EA Sports Releases NHL15 Cover Vote, Patrice Bergeron on Ballot

Just when you thought the hockey world couldn’t get any more exciting, EA Sports comes in with a haymaker and releases the cover vote for NHL15. Between May 5th and May 18th, fans can go on www.covervote.nhl.com and pick their choices for the next poster boy. It looks like the voting will take place bracket […]

Bruins Even Series with Third Period Comeback vs. Canadiens

After Bruins killer Thomas Vanek scored his second goal of the game to put the Montreal Canadiens up 3-1 with 13:30 left in the third period, Bruins forward Shawn Thornton told his teammates they needed a goal every five minutes to tie up the game. They did a little bit better than that. Two better, to […]

How the NHL’s Western Conference Will be Won

All season long, there has been a lot of dialogue and discourse about how the Western Conference is a lot stronger than the East. Analysts heralded that the teams in the West were better, the game was faster, and the stats guys backed it up. As it stands now, seven of the top ten teams […]

Unlucky 13: Habs End Bruins Streak at 12 Wins

After an unexpected 12-game winning streak, the Bruins were brought back down to earth by the rival Montreal Canadiens. The streak After outscoring opponents 47-16 during their winning streak, Boston was unable to generate the offense needed to top Montreal. The Canadiens have now won six of the last seven meetings between the two teams. […]

Red Hot Brad Marchand Carrying Bruins

Consistency has been a problem for the Boston Bruins as of late. Every win seems to be followed by a loss and the best they’ve been able to do in the past month is a three game winning streak. Sure the team has been battling injuries at the defensive position but the road ahead isn’t […]

Bruins Still Scraping By After Shawn Thornton Incident, Other Injuries

For the second straight game the Bruins were able to secure a victory while only outplaying their opponent for one 20 minute period. After narrowly escaping Calgary with a 2-1 victory, which they won in the third period with two goals, it was clear the Bruins weren’t playing their best hockey. After winning in Toronto […]

Bruins Lose Hard-Fought Game to Worthy Blues

In a battle of heavyweight contenders from the Eastern and Western Conference, the Western Conference got the upper hand when the St. Louis Blues narrowly defeated the Boston Bruins in a shootout victory. If you looked at the two teams on paper they were incredibly even matched and when you watched the game on the […]

Bruins Dominate Division-Leading Lightning Again

The Bruins once again dominated the best team in the division during an early Monday afternoon game. Boston beat the Tampa Bay Lighting by a score of 3-0. This is the Bruins’ third straight win after going through a tough five-game stretch in which they only won a single game. This game was also the […]

Bruins 2013-14 Season Preview: Forwards

The Bruins open the 2013-14 season on Thursday, October 3 against the Tampa Bay Lightning at TD Garden. Peter Chiarelli and Cam Neely have worked hard to keep the core of this group together, but young talent, salary cap constraints, and the Seguin Situation necessitated change up front. Nathan Horton, Tyler Seguin, Jaromir Jagr, Rich […]

Patrice Bergeron Injury – Leaves Game 5 Against Chicago Blackhawks in Ambulance

Patrice Bergeron has left Game 5 against the Chicago Blackhawks after suffering an apparent injury. It wasn’t clear what happened, but during his last shift he seemed to be laboring and headed towards the bench. He went to the locker room, played only a few seconds of another shift, and then was reported to be […]