// Vladimir Sobotka

Lots Bruin’: B’s Sign Recchi, Draft Seguin, Trade Sobotka, etc.

Hockey’s hot stove season has heated up and nowhere is it hotter than here in the Hub of Hockey. Highlighted by the NHL entry draft this past weekend and the selection of overall No. 2 pick Tyler Seguin, the Boston Bruins have put themselves in the center of it all, with moves being made, and […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Flames, Saturday March 27th

The Bruins (33-28-12) will take on the last of their Western Conference opponents this afternoon, as they host Jarome Iginla and the Calgary Flames (37-28-9) at TD Garden for a matinee skate on Causeway St. The hockey world just isn’t fair sometimes, and if you’re a Flames fan, those words could never be more true. […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Lightning, Thursday March 25th

Fresh off two huge wins over New York and Atlanta, the Bruins (33-27-12) will hope to keep their winning juices flowing tonight at the Garden when they open up a three-game homestand against the Tampa Bay Lightning (29-32-12). Tampa Bay currently finds themselves with an eight-point deficit to make up if they have their eye […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Kings, Saturday 1-16

The Bruins (23-16-7) will wrap up their West Coast swing Saturday afternoon at the Staples Center with a matinee skate against the Los Angeles Kings (26-18-3). The Kings currently sit in the West’s 8th spot, just one point ahead of defending Western Conference champs, the Detroit Red Wings. Ironically, both teams headed into their games […]

Bruins Thump Thrashers, 6-4

The Bruins were able to score in bunches Wednesday night, helping them put up six goals against both Ondrej Pavelec and Johan Hedberg, topping the Thrashers 6-4 at TD Garden. The win extends the B’s current win streak over Atlanta to eight games, dating back to the ’07-’08 season. Marc Savard got the scoring going […]

Philly Flies Past Bruins in Winter Classic Preview, 3-1

A maximum effort in the final 20 minutes led the Flyers past the Bruins tonight at TD Garden 3-1, in a game that proves why NHL hockey is the toughest sport to bet on. Coming into tonight’s game, Boston was by far the hotter team, winning 8 of their last 11, while Philly had been […]

Milan Lucic Injured Again – Out for One Month

Just four games into his return from the injured reserve, Milan Lucic has found himself sidelined again. Instead of a broken finger, however, the culprit this time is a high ankle sprain, which will keep the left wing from playing for approximately one month. Lucic sustained the injury in the third period of Wednesday’s 2-1 […]

Bruins Future Stars: Vladimir Sobotka

Vladimir Sobotka has been on the Bruins depth chart for the past couple of years and has certainly made his mark on the team. Blake Wheeler recently noted how tough Sobotka is on the ice, and that really helps when the best hitter on the team in Milan Lucic is out for the next couple of […]

Bruins Back on Track Against Champs

It’s about time the Bruins started to look like they did last year. On Tuesday, the Black and Gold tore through the defending champion Penguins 3-0. In the 1st period, the Penguins had an early chance to pull ahead when Vladamir Sobotka was called for tripping just 2:04 in. But, they couldn’t capitalize and not […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Rangers, Sunday 11-1

The Bruins will try once again to build their first winning streak of the season on Sunday afternoon, as they head down I-95 for a matinee matchup with the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Led by the play of youngsters Vladimir Sobotka, Blake Wheeler, and goalie Tuukka Rask, Boston was able to notch […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Predators, Wednesday 10-21

The Bruins will showcase their new-look roster Wednesday night at the TD Garden, hosting the lowly Nashville Predators. Boston GM Peter Chiarelli, in an effort to shake up his under-performing squad, sent winger Chuck Kobasew to Minnesota over the weekend, in exchange for minor leaguer Craig Waller, unsigned draft choice Alexander Fallstrom, and a draft […]

Chuck Kobasew Traded to Minnesota Wild For Prospects

Late Sunday evening, Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli traded right wing Chuck Kobasew to the Minnesota Wild for a 2011 second-round pick, the rights to Alexander Fallstrom, a fourth-round pick in this past summer’s draft, and 28-year-old forward Craig Weller. The trade, intended as a wake-up call to the Bruins, who have started the […]

Bruins Close Out Preseason on Sour Note

In a hard fought contest, the Bruins took a 4-2 loss to the Blue Jackets to conclude their preseason. The 1st period saw quick scoring as Matthew Calvert of Columbus slipped one through the legs of Boston goalie Tuukka Rask (best name ever) at just 2:42 into the game. Three and a half minutes in, […]

Thomas, Sobotka Look Sharp as B’s Top Habs

All but one of Montreal’s 34 shots were swatted away by B’s goalie Tim Thomas Thursday night in a tight game with the Canadiens. The contest ended with a Patrice Bergeron shootout goal, giving Boston a 2-1 road win at the Bell Centre. After a scoreless opening 20 minutes, Montreal lit the lamp in the first minute […]

Bruins 2009-2010 Season Preview: Forwards

Last season, the Boston Bruins scored 274 goals, second only to the Detroit Red Wings’ 295. With Phil Kessel (36 goals), Michael Ryder (27), and Marc Savard (25) leading the way, the B’s coupled their smothering defense with a potent offense that earned the top seed in the Eastern Conference. While their efforts fell short, […]