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In mid-March I picked Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins as the Selke Trophy leader. He had surpassed Jonathan Toews of the Chicago Blackhawks, who had been my previous leader. Since that time Bergeron suffered a concussion and has missed the last couple weeks of games. Thus I think Toews is again the Selke Trophy leader.
Toews plays against Chicago's toughest opposition and shuts them down. He has a +27 +/- rating leading the West Conference. He is a strong Selke Trophy candidate.
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Boston Bruins forwards Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron both returned to the lineup on Wednesday night after missing time with concussions.
Bergeron had sat out six games with the fourth diagnosed concussion of his career. Marchand had missed two games.
The Bruins hosted the Buffalo Sabres in Boston's first major sporting event since the Boston Marathon bombings. Monday&...
Before the puck dropped at the TD Garden on Wednesday night, the Bruins did right by their city and country by honoring those affected by Monday’s tragedy at the Boston Marathon. In addition to a goosebump-inducing national anthem, the Bruins aired a montage of photos taken from the marathon, showcasing the courage of the Boston people and the first responders of that day. The...
Carl Soderberg is finally set to join the Bruins, but it sounds like B’s head coach Claude Julien won’t necessarily believe the Swedish forward is joining the club until he’s got the black and gold on.
Soderberg is supposed to join the club this week, perhaps Wednesday, but given all of the hold-ups in the process to this point, Julien is going to wait until that finally happens...
10:57 a.m.: Brad Marchand was spotted with Patrice Bergeron and Tyler Seguin at morning skate. Milan Lucic was skating with Shawn Thornton and Rich Peverley. Check out the rest of the lines here. –JB
10 a.m. ET: We’ll never forget, but we do have to try and move on at some point. The City of Boston will continue to try and do that Wednesday night when professional sports return...
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I’m a huge sports fan, so I guess it’s not surprising that when tragedies are placed in the context of sporting events the emotion seems to hit hard. Case in point, last night’s Bruins-Sabres games.
It’s often said that in the wake of inexplicably cruel events, the best is brought out in us. That coming together and experiencing and sharing some of the joys...
The NHL says Monday night's game between the Ottawa Senators and Boston Bruins at TD Garden has been postponed in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
No makeup date has been scheduled.
The league says it ''wishes to express its sympathy to all affected by the tragic events that took place in Boston earlier this afternoon.''
Two bombs exploded near...
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Yesterdays game between the Boston Bruins and the Ottawa Senators that was postponed due to the horrific terrorist attack at the Boston Marathon has been rescheduled for Sunday April 28, 2013.
NEW YORK/TORONTO – The postponed game between the Ottawa Senators and Boston Bruins, originally scheduled for Monday night, has been rescheduled...
If this video doesn’t give you the chills, let us know, because you’re probably a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. Wednesday night’s Boston Bruins games at the TD Bank Garden was the first large gathering of people in the Boston area since the sad events on Patriots’s Day.
Before taking on the Buffalo Sabres, Bruins iconic anthem singer Rene Rancourt got part way...
Chicago's Andrew Shaw, Niklas Hjalmarsson and Marian Hossa scored in the third period after Dallas rallied to tie it, and the Blackhawks went on to beat the Stars on Monday night for their sixth straight win.
Jonathan Toews netted his team-leading 21st goal, and Viktor Stalberg also scored for NHL-leading Chicago, which has points in nine consecutive games (8-0-1). Ray Emery...
Following the two explosions at the Boston Marathon, the Monday night game between the Bruins and Ottawa Senators will not be played.
11 a.m.: The Bruins are in a bad way right now, but they’ve got a week of games at home to right the ship starting Monday with Ottawa. More importantly, however, is the fact that they’re starting to get healthy.
Boston returns home after a highly disappointing loss to the lowly Carolina Hurricanes where they’ll host the Senators on Monday night in the first of four consecutive...