Found May 05, 2013 on Kukla's Korner:
from the Boston Globe, Hockey fans cheered Saturday night as Jeff Bauman Jr. made a surprise appearance on the ice before the Boston Bruins game at the TD Garden. Bauman, 27, who lost both legs in the Boston Marathon bombings and awoke at Boston Medical Center to help authorities identify the bombers, appeared before the NHL playoff game against the Toronto ­Maple Leafs as honorary fan banner captain. continued  

Marathon hero serves as honorary Bruins captain

There was a very special and emotional moment before Game 2 of the Bruins-Maple Leafs series on Saturday night when the Bruins called on Boston Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman to be the honorary banner captain at the TD Garden. Bauman, who lost both legs while waiting for his girlfriend to cross the race’s finish line and later helped to identify both bombing suspects, waved...

Andrew Ference’s Suspension Opens Debate Whether Dougie Hamilton, Aaron Johnson Is Better Replacement (Video)

While Andrew Ference is serving out his one-game suspension, the Bruins have a difficult decision to make. Do they turn to rookie Dougie Hamilton or Aaron Johnson to fill Ference’s role. Both players have their pluses and minuses. Hamilton may be the better player, but including him in the Bruins’ lineup would split up Dennis Seidenberg and Zdeno Chara. Johnson hasn’t played...

Andrew Ference Accepts Suspension, Already Looking to Next Game (Video)

The Bruins dominated in nearly every category on Wednesday night in Game 1 of the playoffs against the Maple Leafs. The only bad news for the B’s came after the game, when defenseman Andrew Ference was suspended for one game for throwing an elbow at the face of Toronto’s Mikhail Grabovski. Ference will sit out of Game 2 against the Maple Leafs on Saturday night to fulfill his...

Nathan Horton, Daniel Paille Goals Highlight Memorable Images From Bruins’ Game 3 Win Over Maple Leafs

That was more like it. The Bruins got back in rhythm on Monday, getting things started with a goal by Adam McQuaid and capping things off with an empty netter by David Krejci in a convincing 5-2 win over the Maple Leafs. The victory gave the Bruins a 2-1 lead in their opening-round series with Toronto, and once again showed what the B’s are capable of when they are on their game...

Boston Marathon hero Jeff Bauman honored by Bruins

The Boston Bruins brought double-amputee Jeff Bauman onto the ice to wave a 'Boston Strong' flag before their playoff showdown against Toronto.

Nathan Horton Scores Magical Goal Against Maple Leafs As Puck Disappears Into Net (Animation)

Nathan Horton has a bit of a reputation for scoring important goals for the Bruins in the postseason, but this one borders on magical. With the Air Canada Centre rocking after a second-period Maple Leafs goal, Horton silenced the crowd with one of the more mystical tallies you’ll see. His shot disappeared into the net past James Reimer, coming to a rest on top of the camera installed...

Bruins 5 Leafs 2, Bruins take 2-1 Series Lead

The Bruins shut up Toronto and their fans with the "cool" scarves to the tune of a 5-2 game three victory.The Bruins cracked the scoreboard late in the third as David Krejci won the Toronto zone face-off and Adam McQuaid blasted a puck from inside the blue line.The Bruins added to the lead early in the second period as Jaromir Jagr found Rich Peverley.Toronto cut the lead...

The Boston Bruins terrifying game 3

Brad Marchand and the Boston Bruins will face a rocking crowd in Toronto tonight The Toronto Maple Leafs have three things in their favor tonight entering game 3 tonight. They won game 2, beat the Boston Bruins and have taken momentum going back home to Toronto. By most calculations of hockey fans, the Toronto Maple Leafs have one of the largest if not the largest fan-base in the...

Report: Dion Phaneuf Will Not Receive Hearing With NHL After Hit on Daniel Paille (Video)

In Saturday night’s Maple Leafs-Bruins matchup, there was a questionable hit midway through the third period that bloodied Daniel Paille‘s nose. Paille was playing the puck along the boards when Toronto’s Dion Phaneuf delivered a high hit to the Bruins forward. There will be no hearing from the league on the hit, according to Renaud Lavoie of RDS. When replayed in slow motion...

James van Riemsdyk scores filthy goal to clinch win over Boston Bruins

With three minutes left in the third period, the Toronto Maple Leafs lead had dwindled to just one goal.  Maple Leafs forward Mikhail Grabovski set up James van Riemsdyk all alone in front of the net, but JVR didn’t have much room to make a play.  Which worked out just fine because it turns out he didn’t need much.  With his back facing the net, JVR pulled the puck around...

Maple Leafs Come Out Firing Against Bruins, Putting Pressure on Boston’s New Defensive Pairings (Video)

Here come the Maple Leafs. The Bruins defense was able to withstand a furious attack through the first 20 minutes of Saturday night’s Game 2, but the Leafs seem intent on keeping that pressure up all game long. Phil Kessel even threatened to score, which shows the kind of confidence that Toronto is playing with. NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette has a theory as to why the Leafs are...

Bruins, Maple Leafs Both Expected to Make Adjustments in Preparation for Game 2 (Video)

After dominating the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 1, logic might say that the Bruins should simply try to duplicate that performance, but it may not be so easy. With Andrew Ference suspended for one game, Boston will need to make some lineup adjustments. That likely means defenseman Dougie Hamilton will get the first playoff action of his young career. Hamilton has been a healthy...

Dion Phaneuf’s High Hit On Daniel Paille

Obviously, we have heard of no hearing or potential suspension up-coming for Toronto defenseman Dion Phaneuf’s high, questionable hit on Boston forward Daniel Paille during Game 2 Saturday night in Boston. The Bruins have to pick their spots against Phaneuf, because he really isn't known for dropping the gloves either, he likes to hide behind his half shield and the Bruins...

Bruins spoil Maple Leafs' big night

The Boston Bruins spoiled the return of playoff hockey to Toronto, scoring two quick goals in the second period in a 5-2 victory over the Maple Leafs on Monday night.
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