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The Bruins and Sabres combined for 97 shots Tuesday night, and it felt like Tyler Seguin was responsible for about half of them. In reality, the Bruins forward only had 12 shots to his name, but that aggressive play is certainly a positive indicator given the team’s recent offensive slump.
Seguin scored once, Nathan Horton and David Krejci added goals of their own and Anton Khudobin was spectacular in net for the Bruins on a night they needed to come out firing. That’s exactly what they did, and then they never looked back while continuing to push on against a defensive-minded Ottawa team.
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Patrice Bergeron suffered what appeared to be a head injury Tuesday night
Sometimes not knowing is better than knowing.
Case in point; last night, distracted by other things going on in my life, I was unable to watch the Boston Bruins game until a mid-way point on the second period. I turned the game on, settled in and grabbed a beer before trying to get updates on the game up to...
Tyler Seguin has been heating up the past several games, and he continued his success against Ottawa. Seguin has two goals and two assists over the past four games. His 12 shots Tuesday night resulted in a goal and helped revive a struggling Bruins offense.
With the uncertainty of linemate Patrice Bergeron, Seguin knows he will have to step up to fill Bergeron’s shoes if the alternate...
Milan Lucic fans, and Bruins fans in general, in the Boston/New Hampshire area, free up your Wednesday night as the 2011 Cup Champ pulls in to sign your swag!
This Wednesday, April 3rd from 7 to 8:30pm, Looch will be signing your regular ($49) and premium ($69) items at Arena Sports Bar in Nashua, NH (53 High St).
Tickets for the signing can be purchased from New England Picture...
So the Bruins acquired Jaromir Jagr on Tuesday afternoon. Now what?
Bruins president Cam Neely made his weekly radio appearance on 98.5 The Sports Hub just hours after the deal that brought the future Hall of Famer to Boston became official.
Neely sounded happy with the ability to land a player like Jagr, who at 41, still appears to have something left in the tank. At the very least...
Well that escalated quickly Here is the Dallas Stars beat writer:
Jaromir Jagr to Boston. I’m hearing two prospects and a draft pick.
— Mike Heika (@MikeHeika) April 2, 2013
Just about an hour ago, ESPN’s Pierre Lebrun said that the Boston Bruins were the front-runners for Jaromir Jagr and it looks like the Boston Bruins have him. It’s not super official yet, and as we learned...
Tyler Seguin and David Krejci discuss the team's newest player.
Videos courtesy of Mike Petraglia.
Related: Bruins trade for Jaromir Jagr
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Video: Julien & Chara talk Jagr acquisition
Before Sunday, the Bruins had won just two out of their last seven games.
The B’s are hoping Sunday’s 2-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres was just the spark they needed heading down the stretch of the regular season. While the win was not a cure-all for the team’s issues, it was certainly a step in the right direction.
Coach Claude Julien admitted the B’s recent losses were...
First the Boston Bruins went after Brenden Morrow, who went to the Pittsburgh Penguins instead. Then the team believed they had a deal for Jarome Iginla . . . who also ended up with the Penguins.
With the trade deadline closing in, the Bruins pried hockey legend Jaromir Jagr away from the Dallas Stars for a conditional draft pick and prospects Lane MacDermid and Cody Payne.
Obviously the big aquisiton for the Bruins was Jaromir Jagr, but we all knew Chiarelli wasn't done. The defense this year hadn't been spectacular and Chiarelli said he wanted to add a defenseman to the mix. A lot of fans wanted someone like Yandle or Ryan or Boyle -- either the NHL unicorn (PMD) to help on the power play or a shut down defenseman to help what's...
EDIT: It's now official:
Confirming # Stars Jagr to #Bruins is for 2nd pick and 2 prospects.Pick changes depending on how Bruins do.#TradeTracker
— Nick Kypreos (@RealKyper) April 2, 2013
Because this would set the stage for the Bruins eliminating the Penguins from the playoffs far too nicely.
Told the Dallas Stars have decided to...
After missing out on Michael Ryder, Brenden Morrow, and Jarome Iginla, you had a feeling that it was going to take an army of Ray Shero's to make it four straight strikeouts for general manager Peter Chiarelli and the Boston Bruins.
But without the Pens to swipe in at the last moment (You'd hope -- strike that, pray), Chiarelli's fourth deadline attempt to bolster...
Amd the winds of change keep on a shiftinâ in the East folks as Boston Bruins, hot off âmissing out onâ Jarome Iginla have landed Dallas Stars forward Jaromir Jagr for the 2013 Cup run.
As per TSN.ca:
The Dallas Stars have decided to trade Jaromir Jagr to the Boston Bruins for two prospects and a draft pick.
TSN Hockey Insider Pierre LeBrun of ESPN.com reported...
Per a source, @csnne is reporting that the Boston Bruins have traded for Wade Redden in exchange for a draft pick. #BruinsTalk
— Joe Haggerty (@HackswithHaggs) April 3, 2013
TSN confirms trade.
Tyler Seguin is sliding back to center and he’ll be doing so with one of the greatest wingers ever flanking him.
With center Patrice Bergeron out with a concussion, head coach Claude Julien is moving Seguin to center — a position he played all his life before joining the Bruins, according to The Boston Globe. Seguin will be skating with recently acquired Jaromir Jagr on his wing...