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For the first time in 16 seasons, Jarome Iginla can look down and see something other than a Calgary Flames logo on his che…
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While there may have been a trade-day mix-up about where Jarome Iginla was headed, there’s no question what city he’s leaving behind.
Iginla appears to be ready to part ways with Calgary for good, as he’s put his $3.995 million two-story home with a city view on sale.
The 35-year-old Iginla spent his entire 16-year career in Calgary until right before the trade deadline this...
Jarome Iginla thinks winning is fun, and the Pittsburgh Penguins are certainly enjoying themselves.
That definitely wasn't the case the last time they met the Buffalo Sabres.
Iginla looks to continue his recent scoring surge and lead the Penguins to an eighth consecutive win Tuesday night against the last-place Sabres, who ended Pittsburgh's previous lengthy winning streak...
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The road to the Stanley Cup goes through Fifth Avenue. Following a tumultuous week, The Pens and Bruins stood together with the citizens of Boston and 'Merica before and after the game.
But in between, the Pens found the teabags the colonists once threw into the Boston Harbor and inserted them into the fans' mouths. It was great...
With the NHL regular season nearing it’s end, Pittsburgh Penguins center Sidney Crosby maintains a 3 point lead over Tampa Bay forwards Steven Stamkos and Martin St. Louis. Stamkos and St. Louis have four game remaining 4/21 vs. Carolina 4/24 vs. Toronto 4/25 vs. Boston 4/27 vs. Florida Rounding out the top five are Chicago’s [...]
BOSTON (AP) -- Jaromir Jagr scored his second goal as a member of the Bruins and Boston ended a four-game winless streak with a 3-0 victory over Florida on Sunday.
The Bruins were playing the second of back-to-back afternoon games after hosting the Penguins in a 3-2 loss Saturday. The game was originally scheduled for Friday night, but postponed because of the lockdown and manhunt...
It might be hard to believe, but Shawn Thornton isn’t all jabs and uppercuts, as the Bruins enforcer has a soft side.
April 22 marks Earth Day, so B’s earthy-crunchy defeneseman Andrew Ference reminded hockey fans that even the toughest guy in town has a special place in his heart (and his grasp) for nature.
Check out a video below of Thornton giving Mother Nature a big old hug.
With the Boston Bruins in a 1-3-1 rut, coach Claude Julien is trying to physically refresh some players before the postseason begins.He is also trying to arouse some guys, such as power forward Milan Lucic – who has scored just twice in a 28-game span.“We’re trying to build something here to get ourselves moving in the right direction,” Lucic told the Boston Herald. “We...
As the NHL season concludes its final week of the regular season, it is time to start debating some award winners.
On Tuesday, Billy Jaffe, Dale Arnold and Barry Pederson debated as to which coaches and players would take home hardware at the conclusion of the season.
The Jack Adams trophy has a clear-cut favorite according to The Instigators, and Patrice Bergeron deserves strong...
1:30 p.m.: According to reports from morning skate in Philadelphia, Anton Khudobin was the first Bruins goalie off the ice in morning skate, meaning he’ll likely get the start in Philly.
This should come as no surprise, either. Tuukka Rask surprisingly started both games this weekend in Boston, and Claude Julien did indicate over the weekend that he would be working in both goaltenders...
Phil Kessel was drafted No. 5 overall by the Bruins in 2005.
The Madison, Wis., product scored 126 points during three seasons with the Bruins with 66 goals and 60 assists. His contributions on the ice may not be what he’ll be best known for historically in Boston, though.
The B’s traded Kessel to the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2009 and received a 2010 first-round pick, 2010 second...
Bruins players tap the phrase that has united the city in the last week.
Sometimes history takes decades and decades to create and sometimes it happens in the blink of an eye or in a 12-second span. The tragic and unfortunate events that hit Boston last week will undoubtedly be forever etched into the history of the city, but they won’t be remembered as its darkest times. Instead...
The Boston Bruins picked up a badly needed - and emotional - win their last time out. They'll try to take advantage of another team that's been eliminated from playoff contention to move closer to the Northeast Division title Tuesday night.
The Bruins visit the Philadelphia Flyers, who are playing out their schedule in a disappointing season but have won three of four thanks...
Bruins 2, Flyers 5
B’s Unravel In Second Period Against Flyers As Montreal Loses In New Jersey
The Bruins headed to Philadelphia on Tuesday night for what looked to be like the perfect opportunity to put some distance between themselves and Montreal Canadiens in the race for the Northeast Division and the #2 overall seed in the East. The B’s were going...
My name is Joe Gill.
I grew up in Wilmington and now live in Dracut, Massachusetts, but I am a BOSTONIAN.
My father is from East BOSTON.
BOSTON is interwoven into my DNA.
My sister is a tech at Brigham Women’s hospital in BOSTON.
My brother in law is a nurse at Mass General in BOSTON.
My FAMILY is BOSTON.
I run a blog called BOSTON Sports Then & Now.
I started a networking...
PREVIEW 8:00 AM EDT
With three games overall and two home matches remaining before they take an early summer vacation, the Philadelphia Flyers (20-22-3) host the Northeast Division leading Boston Bruins (27-12-5) at the Wells Fargo Center. The game starts at 7:30 p.m. and will broadcast nationally on NBC Sports Network.
This is the third and final meeting between the teams...