// Rich Peverley

Former Bruin Rich Peverley to Undergo Heart Surgery After Monday’s Collapse

Rich Peverley, former member of the 2011 Boston Bruins Stanley Cup team, collapsed on the bench on Monday, March 10th during a game between his team, the Dallas Stars, and the Columbus Blue Jackets. Members of the Dallas Stars’ medical team defibrillated Peverley’s heart. Thursday, March 12th, fans and friends learned that Peverley would undergo […]

Bruins Reunion Week Off to Rocky Start

The aptly named “reunion week”, which will see the return of four prominent former Bruins to Boston, didn’t quite get underway the Bruins would have hoped. But, they still have two games left to right the ship and prove that general manager Peter Chiarelli made the right moves. Game 1 Tuesday night saw the Dallas […]

Bruins Have Decisions To Make This Offseason

After a great, but tragic, season, the Bruins now look ahead to the offseason with some decisions to make. With some contracts expiring and the potential for trades to be made, there are some moves that need to be made. Some things are already known with Jaromir Jagr, Andrew Ference and Nathan Horton, who are […]

Bruins Lose 4-3 In Triple OT Thriller to Blackhawks, Down 1-0 In Cup Series

Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw scored the game winning goal in the third overtime period to hand the Boston Bruins a heartbreaking 4-3 loss in Game 1. The pesky Shaw deflected the game winning goal past Tuukka Rask 12:08 into the third overtime period. Rask made 59 saves in the losing effort.

Bruins Lose Gregory Campbell for the Playoffs

The Bruins took a commanding 3-0 lead in the Eastern Conference Finals, but were dealt a big blow with Gregory Campbell going down with a broken leg late in the second period while killing a penalty. Campbell will now miss the rest of the post season and while it is a huge loss for the […]

Bruins’ Third Line Woes

After a tough loss in game 4, the Bruins bounced back with a victory in game 5 over the New York Rangers to win the series 4-1. The Bruins did not play particularly well in game four, but one positive thing that we saw was Tyler Seguin playing his best game of the postseason. Seguin, […]

Bruins beat Maple Leafs 5-2: Take 2-1 Series Lead

The Boston Bruins beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-2 in a must win Game 3. The Bruins exhibited their playoff experience by bouncing back from their ugly Game 2 loss to score five goals in front of a sold out and very loud Air Canada Centre. David Krejci had two assists and added an empty net goal […]

Bruins Get Revenge in Buffalo with 3-1 Win

The Bruins got a road win in Buffalo, 3-1. After missing the Saturday game, the Bruins got the extra day off while the Sabres were on the second day of a back-to-back. Anton Khudobin and Ryan Miller had quite the goal-tending battle, but Khudobin got the best of it with the win on 25 saves. With the […]

Thomas Vanek’s Hat Tricks Caps Off Sabres Win Over Bruins

Thomas Vanek scored three goals (6) and added two assists (9) to lead the way for the Buffalo Sabres in their 7-4 victory and handing the Boston Bruins their first regulation loss of the season. Buffalo net minder Ryan Miller (3-2-1) had 38 saves in the win. Vanek set up the game winning goal by […]

Bruins 2012 Report Card: Pouliot, Kelly, Peverley, Rolston

Throughout the regular season and the playoffs, the Bruins third line was extremely productive. Chris Kelly established a new career high in goals, and if Rich Peverely didn’t miss 25 games due to injury, he would have been challenging for the team lead in scoring. Benoit Pouliot, a former top five pick, had his best […]

Bruins Can’t Capitalize on Home Ice, Washington Wins Game 7 in OT

All seven games in this series were decided by one goal – the first time in the history of the NHL playoffs. Four of those games needed more than 60 minutes to be decided. Joel Ward was the hero for the Capitals in overtime just 2:57 into the extra set to send Boston home in […]

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 […]

Chara Blasts Bruins by Capitals in Game 3 Win

After two overtime thrillers began the first round series between the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals, Game 3 followed suit with an exciting finish. But this one finished in regulation thanks to a big shot by Zdeno Chara that gave the Bruins a 4-3 win and a 2-1 lead in the series. With under two […]

Bruins Comeback Finishes Regular Season on High Note

It was a statistically meaningless game, but that didn’t stop the Bruins from pulling out the stops, especially late, to build up some needed momentum going into the postseason. Everything started out so close; in fact each team had 12 shots in a scoreless 1st period. Boston started to pick things up later on, especially […]

Bruins Fall 5-3 to Penguins, Boychuck Injured

With the Boston Bruins locked into the number two spot in the East, the game Tuesday against the Pittsburgh Penguins should have had no meaning. In a 5-3 loss, the Bruins may have lost more than the game. Johnny Boychuck was on the wrong side of a knee-on-knee collision with Aaron Asham midway through the third […]