// Tuukka Rask

Black and Gold Bruins Turn Yellow On Parade Day

“Get the Duck Boats ready!” It was part of an amazing call by Boston Bruins play-by-play announcer Dave Goucher in 2011, with the B’s clinching their first Stanley Cup in 39 years. The irony then, of today’s announcement of the firing of the head coach that lead them to that championship moment, Claude Julien, is […]

Inconsistency Will Continue For Bruins Unless A Change Is Made

Last night the Bruins beat the St. Louis Blues 5-3 in what many would call their best outing of the season. Goals from Brad Marchand (2), Frank Vatrano, Torey Krug, and Brandon Carlo paced the offense for the B’s and put the game out of reach against a Blues squad that looked flat for most […]

A Closer Look Into the Bruins First Month of the Season.

Despite what the standings may show before the Thanksgiving break, this years Bruins team is on the right track. As of Nov. 23 the B’s currently hold the second Wild Card spot with 22 points and have been playing inspired hockey as of late. Let me speak for the majority of Bruins fans here when I say that I’ve been pleasantly surprised […]

Brad Marchand Resigns with Bruins for 8 years $49 million

It looks like Brad Marchand will remain a Bruin for the considerable future as he has just been signed to a new 8 year contract extension worth $49 million, according to multiple sources.

Bruins Better Off Waiting to Re-Sign Marchand

Summertime isn’t the most exciting time as far as hockey rumors go, especially when the biggest news surrounding the Bruins roster is waiting for unrestricted free-agent and Hobey Baker winner Jimmy Vesey to decide which team he’ll play for next season. However, Brad Marchand has recently made headlines not for his on ice antics, rather what his next contract […]

Bruins Messy in Season Opener Against Jets

The Bruins lost their 1st game of the season Thursday night against the Winnipeg Jets 6-2. The B’s came out of the gate at the beginning of the game with so much energy and power, the same energy and power that they have to harness for the full 60 minutes. They only harnessed it for […]

David Krejci: The Most Interesting Man on the Bruins

Maybe the most interesting thing going into the 2015-2016 NHL season is how David Krejci will perform. Krejci played only 47 games last season, missing 4 weeks due to a partial tear in his left MCL which he sustained in late February, missing a crucial part of the Bruins season. Krejci ended the season with […]

Assessing The Bruins Back-Up Goalie Situation

There is no doubt that one of the biggest concerns facing Don Sweeney and the Bruins this offseason is the vacant back-up goaltender position. Last season’s back-up, Niklas Svedberg, has left the country to play in the KHL and using the eye test, one can only assume that young Malcolm Subban is not ready for […]

Niklas Svedberg Signs with Salavat of the KHL

Bruins backup goalie Niklas Svedberg has signed a contract to play for Salavat of the KHL. Svedberg was first signed by the Bruins in May of 2012. The 2012-13 season saw Svedberg in Providence playing for the AHL Bruins. He appeared in one game during the 2013-14 season and became the full time backup to Tuukka […]

Season in Review: 2014-15 Boston Bruins

Whenever a team enters a season as a favorite to be a Stanley Cup Contender and misses the playoffs, serious questions need to be asked. The Bruins, fresh of a Stanley Cup Final appearance in 2013 and a President’s Trophy in 2014 looked primed to make some serious noise in 2015. Despite losing Jarome Iginla […]

Three Games That Could Have Changed the Bruins Playoff Fortunes

In somewhat of a stunning series of events, the 2014-15 Boston Bruins missed the playoffs after dropping their final three games of the season this past week. While in the midst of a more comprehensive season review, it is interesting to look at three games that had they gone the Bruins way; would put the […]

Playoff Outlook and Bruins Weekly Roundup

The Bruins dropped a tough one last night against the Washington Capitals, unable to figure out Braden Holtby who’s been doing his Ken Dryden impression all season long against the Bruins. Seriously, the Bruins didn’t score one goal against the Capitals this year. The Bruins now hold the 8th seed (second Wild Card spot), although […]

New Species of Wasp Named For Tuukka Rask

The Bruins aren’t doing so well this season relative to their standards, but they have a bright moment now and then. And recently, Tuukka Rask got a new distinction to add to his impressive resume; a newly discovered species of wasp from East Africa was named for Boston’s star goalie. Thaumatodryinus tuukkaraski was discovered in […]

Injury Woes and Bruins Weekly Roundup

Malcom Subban Flub The highly touted goalie prospect was recalled from Providence a second time last week with the intentions of finally getting an NHL start. Malcom Subban got that opportunity on Friday night against the St. Louis Blues, and boy was it ugly. After a scoreless first period, he began the second by letting […]

David Pastrnak and Bruins Weekly Roundup

Rookie Pastrnak shining In an effort to spark some offense from his roster, coach Claude Julien mixed up the lines and now has David Krejci centered between Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak. It’s worked well, as Pastrnak scored the first two goals of his career this weekend against the Flyers and added two more last […]