// Zach Hamill

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 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 […]

Tuukka Time in Boston: Bruins Shut Out Kings 3-0

Injuries to captain Zdeno Chara and Steven Kampfer were not a factor in tonight’s victory over Los Angeles. Tuukka Rask was perfect in net and got his first shutout of the season as the Bruins defeated the Kings 3-0. Boston went on the power play on the first shift of the game and didn’t score yet […]

Bruins’ November Roll Continues Against Buffalo

Boston just can’t be beaten lately. Not even close. On Saturday, their next victim was Buffalo. The Sabres lost 6-2, in a rough showing. It didn’t start that way, though. Boston had the majority of shots in the 1st, though it was Buffalo who struck first blood at 5:38 on a wrist shot from Thomas […]

Triple-Double: Bruins Hang Six Goals on Oilers

The Edmonton Oilers survived the Boston Bruins’ first two-goal period Thursday night at the TD Garden. They couldn’t survive the second. Or the third. The Bruins scored twice in all three periods Thursday, powering them to a 6-3 victory over the once-streaking Oilers. The Bruins have now scored 24 goals in their last four games.

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Maple Leafs, Tuesday February 15th

The Bruins (31-18-7) will aim to get back on track this evening, as they host Phil Kessel and the Toronto Maple Leafs (23-27-6) at TD Garden. Boston’s licking their wounds after getting completely outplayed over the weekend in a pair of losses to the Detroit Red Wings. On Friday night, it was a 6-1 beatdown […]

Bruins Win Insane War Against Habs

I have never seen anything like that. There hasn’t been action that chaotic in Boston since the Royal Rumble 10 days prior. The final victory, 8-6, seemed more like something Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford will put up in a few months. These two teams are supposed to be built on defense, but they scored […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Canadiens, Wednesday February 9th

No regular season game may be bigger than tonight’s matchup at the TD Garden. The Bruins (30-16-7) put their slim Northeast Division lead on the line tonight against Original Six rival, the Montreal Canadiens (30-19-5). Montreal is really the only thorn in Boston’s side this season, with the Habs winning all three previous meetings. The […]

Ice Breakers: Bruins-Sharks, Saturday February 5th

The Bruins (30-15-7), fresh off their beatdown of the Stars Thursday night, will host old friend Joe Thornton and the San Jose Sharks (27-19-6) in a matinee affair at the Garden this afternoon. For Boston, today’s game will be the second of four straight at home. They kicked off the homestand in grand fashion Thursday, […]

Savard Still Suffering from Concussion Symptoms

Bruins training camp kicked into full effect Friday, with the veterans joining the rookies for a full team workout. Well… scratch that, not completely full. Marc Savard, projected to be the center on the team’s top forward line, is suffering from symptoms related to post-concussion syndrome, and therefore will not be available for the start […]

Bruins Future Stars: Zach Hamill

Have you never heard of this guy before? Good. You shouldn’t have; but you will. Zach Hamill was the Boston Bruins’ first pick in the 2007 NHL Draft (eighth overall) and has spent his first three years playing for the Providence Bruins. So unless you follow the Bruins minor leagues, there’s a good chance you […]

Bruins 2009-10 Season Preview: Prospects

Remember the days of yore where players such as Mark Stuart, Matt Hunwick and Patrice Bergeron were just players doing their best to crack a roster spot? Since then, the team is on the rise, but as is the case with any good NHL franchise (see: Detroit Red Wings), the foundation is laid within the […]

Rask Beats Rangers Again

Bruins backup goaltender Tuukka Rask played in just one NHL game last season, when he shut out the New York Rangers on 35 shots in a 1-0 win back in January. This year, Rask will get much more experience as the probable Bruins backup goaltender, though he still has to earn that job as he competes […]

Young Bruins Campers Arrive at Ristuccia

Bruins hopefuls are off to summer camp beginning Tuesday morning at Ristuccia Arena in Wilmington for the team’s annual Development Camp. On-ice sessions begin Wednesday and run through Saturday. These sessions are open to the public. A more detailed schedule is available on the team’s official site. Highlighting the prospects expected to showcase their talents […]