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When he was drafted eighth overall in 2007 by the Boston Bruins, it was with great anticipation that the then 18-year old Zach Hamill came to Boston as the team’s second top-10 draft pick in two years. Yet, while Phil Kessel, taken fifth overall the year before, went on to early success in Black-and-Gold, Hamill spent more than most of the first four years of his professional career with the AHL’s Providence Bruins.
While other recent Bruins’ draft picks, many of who were taken later than Hamill’s #8 spot, made their way to the big club, Hamill toiled in unimpressive fashion down in Providence. The majority of Hamill’s first year after being drafted was spent back in the Western Hockey League, before a late season call up to Providence for all of seven games. He spent all of the 2008-2009 season in Providence, playing 65 games, but totaling a pedestrian 13 goals and 13 assists. His point totals nearly double in each of his next two seasons in Providence, though his career-highs of 3...
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Christmas is a special time all over the world, but how people celebrate the holiday can be very different. Bruins center David Krejci hasn't been able to celebrate a traditional Czech Christmas since coming to North America to play junior hockey in Quebec in 2004, but he remembers the Christmases of his childhood in the Czech Republic fondly. And back home, it was Christmas...
Not even Ebenezer Scrooge could find anything wrong with the Bruins' performance on Friday night against the Panthers at the Garden. The B's skated into the Christmas break with a resounding 8-0 win over a hapless Florida squad behind a five-point night from Brad Marchand and another shutout from Tuukka Rask. However, don't expect the defending Stanley Cup champions to...
With Rich Peverley ailing with a minor but nagging undisclosed injury - one he'll likely have to deal with the...
Ask Zach Hamill what role he enjoys playing and his answer is anything and everything. You name it, he is eager to try it.
8 a.m. ET: The Bruins and Panthers meet for the second time this month on Friday, and Boston will be looking for a little payback after Florida prevailed 2-0 in that first meeting at the Garden back on Dec. 8. Both teams remain atop their respective divisions, but they have gone in different directions since that last clash. Florida still leads the southeast at 18-10-7 (43 points...
WILMINGTON, Mass. -- Gregory Campbell spent the first seven years of his professional career with the Florida Panthers, and never once even had a sniff of postseason action. But the Bruins winger isn't surprised by the Panthers' sudden rise this year. Florida looks poised to finally end a postseason drought that dates back to 2000 as the Panthers currently lead the Southeast...
Bruins’ left wing Milan Lucic last played a game on Saturday against the Philadelphia Flyers, during which he was assessed a five-minute major and game misconduct followed by a one-game suspension. He will be back in the lineup tonight at TD Garden against the Florida Panthers.
BOSTON (AP) Brad Marchand had his first career hat trick and a career-high five points to help Boston beat the Florida Panthers
8-0 on Friday night, giving the Bruins their sixth consecutive victory and their most lopsided of the season.
The Bruins meet the Spiders in their final game before Pac-12 Conference play begins.The Bruins meet the Spiders in their final game before Pac-12 Conference play begins.
The web chatter started earlier this evening, goal of the year, what a move, etc…
Benoit Pouliot of the Bruins against the Panthers…
Let’s watch what TSN has to say about the goal below…
Continue reading "Video- Goal Of The Year Candidate?"
WILMINGTON - Milan Lucic doesn't want to talk to NHL director of player safety Brendan Shanahan again any time...
Brad Marchand had his first career hat trick and a career-high five points to help Boston beat the Florida Panthers 8-0 on Friday night, giving the Bruins their sixth consecutive victory and their most lopsided of the season.
The Bruins could do no wrong on Friday night against the Florida Panthers. The B's went into the Christmas break with an 8-0 win over the Southeast Division leaders, and the blowout win was helped along by solid play from their special teams. The Ketel One Honorable Moment revolves around that, as the B's got goals on both the power play and the penalty kill in their rout...