Found April 08, 2013 on
Days of Y'Orr:
It's a good things I was distracted Saturday night by the awesome time had at the Days of Y'Orr/Boston Sports Then and Now/Bruins Daily Viewing Party because if I was home I'd have to write some of sort recap while I was *********. Usually they come out awesome, but I'm pretty sure that if I wrote it while drinking the creature my laptop would have been thrown out of the window.
Saturday night in Montreal was a disgrace, especially when it came down to that final minute. Yeah you remember the final minute right? If not, I'll paint the picture for you: Boston was down 2-1 with about a minute left and on a power play. Claude Julien called a timeout (gasp!) and got the right combination on the ice (Seguin-Jagr-Marchand-Krejci-Chara) for a full minute of 6-on-4 power play time.
When the final horn sounded, the Bruins didn't have one shot on goal during that entire minute. THEY DID NOT HAVE 1 SHOT ON GOAL and then David Krejci, after the game, says...
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Kaspars Daugavins was no stranger to the Bruins and their fans when the forward was claimed off of waivers from the Senators.
Not only had Daugavins played against the Bruins with Ottawa, but he gained notoriety around the league for his gutsy shootout attempt against the B’s last month.
He was back at it again Monday morning at morning skate in advance of the team’s game with...
NESN.com staff will pick the two or three best Amica Coverage Plays of the previous week for games played from Friday night to Thursday night. Voting will begin every Friday morning and conclude on Monday.
The Bruins found themselves on the trailing end of a 2-1 game Saturday night against the Canadiens. The goal that sealed their fate was actually tipped into the net over Tuukka...
Bruins defenseman Wade Redden led the NHL back in 2005-06 with a plus-minus rating of plus-35 that season with Ottawa. Redden was tied with Michal Rozsival of the New York Rangers for the league lead.
The plus-35 rating still stands as the best of Redden’s career. His best mark since has been a plus-11 back in 2007-08.
The Boston Bruins are no strangers to winning the plus-minus...
After acquiring some additional depth players to help them in their quest for another Stanley Cup, the Bruins are reportedly close to landing another. Sources indicate that the team is close to signing Carl Soderberg, the Swedish center whose rights were acquired by Boston in the Hannu Toivenen trade to St. Louis back in 2007.
The Bruins have publicly stated that they’re hopeful...
The Bruins had some special guests at Monday night’s game against the Hurricanes.
Doctors and patients from Children’s Hospital Boston’s Brain Injury Center got to see Boston knock off Carolina 6-2, and some of them hung out with NESN’s Dale Arnold before the game and at intermission to talk about the Brain Injury Center’s mission. Dr. Mark Proctor spoke about what needs...
The Boston Bruins announced today that they had signed forward Seth Griffith to a three-year entry-level contract. As a member of the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League, Griffith has skated in 54 games this year, registering 33 goals and 48 assists with a +18 rating. The 20-year-old forward’s 81 points rank second on the Knights, [...]
New linemates Gregory Campbell and Brad Marchand celebrate Marchand’s first goal of the game in the first period.
Looking at the box score, it would appear that the Bruins dominated the Carolina Hurricanes, but the 5-2 victory was a lot more hard-earned than it appeared. If it weren’t for the stellar early play of Tuukka Rask, the team’s two early goals in the first period...
The Bruins and Canadiens battled through seven games back in 2011 before Nathan Horton‘s overtime goal in Game 7 sent the Bruins on to the next round.
They went on to win the Stanley Cup that year, of course, making Horton’s heroics a regular thing throughout the course of the team’s run to the Cup final. Horton’s goal against the Canadiens rings true especially as the B’s...
Claude Julien finds himself once again taking heat from fans and media. Why? Because in an awful effort against the Canadiens Claude dropped Jagr to a line with Campbell and Thornton, moved Seguin back to winger, and for some reason kept the Lucic-Krejci-Horton line perfectly in tact.
Fans are mad becuase the Bruins arn't showing the effort they have in past years. And Julien...
Believe it or not, they were still playing hockey this time of year in the ’30s and in one particular year, the Bruins were enjoying a run to a championship. Also featured in this week’s turning back of time are the final games for a number of coaches, including Claude Julien‘s predecessor, a record-setting loss, a double-digit playoff win streak, one now-enemy’s glorious...
The Boston Bruins announced today that they have signed prospect Carl Soderberg to a 3-year entry level deal. Soderberg, who was drafted 49th overall by St. Louis in 2004, was traded to the Bruins in exchange for Hannu Toivonen in 2007. Soderberg has been playing in the Swiss Elite League, where he has amassed career [...]
There weren't many highlights in the Bruins-Habs game, but Alexei Emelin taking a run at Milan Lucic was one of them.
Pro Tip: If you see Milan Lucic barreling his way down the ice at top speed the worst thing you can do is throw your body in front of it.
Emelin earned himself a sweet torn knee ligament and is out for the year. Emelin was the dude who...
BOSTON– Monday night’s win over the Carolina Hurricanes might have looked good for the Bruins on paper, but as is often the case, the final score may have been a little misleading. Sure the B’s rolled to a 6-2 win over a hapless opponent, but this was not the dominant effort the score might suggest.
The B’s did plenty of good things, but they’re far from out of the woods...
On the heels of a listless loss in Montreal, there was no doubt that changes were coming to a Boston forward core simply devastated by the loss of Patrice Bergeron.
Focusing their changes on the middle of the aching forward core, headlined by the return of two-way center Chris Kelly from a fractured tibia and coach Claude Julien's swapping of Gregory Campbell (up to the second...