Found March 31, 2013 on
Claude Julien-coached teams have traditionally been known for their ability put pucks in the net no matter which line is on the ice. That sort of balanced attack has been absent from this year’s Bruins squad, though, and the B’s will need to drum up some production from the third and fourth lines if they want to break out of their recent funk.
“When we’re successful, when we’re at our best, we have all 20 guys going at the same time.” Bruins winger Milan Lucic said prior to Sunday night’s game in Buffalo. “I think that right now is what we’re trying to create in our game, and trying to create some excitement in our game, as well. It’s up to us as players to do that.”
For more from Lucic and teammate Jay Pandolofo, check out the above clip from W.B. Mason Bruins Face-Off Live.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Boston Bruins continue to roll on the ice, but of it their doing even bigger things.
On Monday, Bruins players took part in the “Cuts for a Cause” benefit supported by B’s players including Zdeno Chara, Nathan Horton, Milan Lucic, rookie Dougie Hamilton and Shawn Thornton, who’s foundation, The Shawn Thornton Foundation, helped support the event.
Fans had the chance...
And … exhale.
The Bruins got back to their winning ways Sunday night against the Sabres, but it wasn’t without its share of drama. Things remained scoreless until late, when David Krejci and Nathan Horton netted goals to give the B’s an edge.
Of course, without the great play of Anton Khudobin in the early stages of the game, those late tallies might not have been enough. Dobby...
The scoreboard at the First Niagara Center remained unchanged deep into the third period Sunday night, with both the Bruins and Sabres unable to push across a goal.
David Krejci finally changed that with just over seven minutes remaining in the Northeast Division tilt, hammering a Nathan Horton rebound past Buffalo goalie Ryan Miller to give the B’s a 1-0 lead they would not relinquish...
Injured Bruins Chris Kelly (fractured tibia) and Adam McQuaid (shoulder) both skated this morning at the TD Garden.
"Adam and I both skated this morning and it felt pretty good to be out there," said Kelly.
Coach Claude Julien believes Kelly will be back before the end of the season which is in 27 days (14 games).
Good news hearing that Kelly was able to skate and...
It looked like it was going to be the same story, Bruins come out sluggish and lose a game that they should have won, but the Bruins silenced the haters as they erupted for 2 goals late in the third period to shut the door on Buffalo, and put a positive note to a rather bleak March.
It looked like it was going to be a tough night. Backup Anton Khudobin helped the Bruins stay in...
David Krejci and Nathan Horton scored goals less than three minutes apart in the third period, and Anton Khudobin stopped 26 shots in leading the Boston Bruins to a 2-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday night.
Krejci broke open a scoreless game during a scramble in front with 7:06 remaining, and after Horton was stopped twice from in close by Buffalo goalie Ryan Miller. Krejci...
The Bruins hit the road for this weekend, but the ice at TD Garden still saw its share of action.
In the second day of the TD Bank Mini 1-on-1 competition, the Maine Gladiators faced off against Belmont, Mass., in a battle of Boys 10 and Under semifinalists. Goals did not come easily, but Maine’s Derek Metivier slipped one past the Belmont netminder to give the Gladiators a 1-0...
The Bruins have had a pretty miserable March, losing a number of games where they should have easily won, and looking terrible most of the time. Many fans are blaming the personell such as Claude, Chara, Horton and Lucic to name a few. Some are saying Chiarelli has no balls and won't make a deal, even though he offered a decent amount for one of the biggest names on the trade...
It's nice to see that the NHL "finally" gets this, and it's about time that the NHL starts calling the embellishment, fans are tired of watching players diving and flailing all over the ice. Diving is unsportsmanlike behavior and if the refs call this stuff, eventually the players will get the message and stop doing it. Now, it's time for the NCAA on-ice officials...
(Lucic on the left)
A.B. Sweet khakis.
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