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The Bruins are putting on an absolute clinic in Tampa Bay. The B’s didn’t just jump out of the gates, they sprinted out of the gates, and they haven’t looked back since. In the Berkshire Bank Rewind, we look back at the first goal of the game that came within the first two minutes of the first period. Starting all the way at their own end with a toe save by Tuukka Rask, Boston showed off some flawless puck movement through center ice and some gorgeous passing by Milan Lucic to set up David Krejci‘s first goal of the season. Check out the tally in the above video. Filed under: Boston Bruins, Boston Bruins Video, Headlines, NESN Video

Adam McQuaid Drops Gloves After Nasty Collision Into Boards, Jarome Iginla Follows Suit Minute Later (Video)

The Bruins put on an offensive show on Saturday night, exploding for five goals on the night, but they also provided some entertainment with a couple of third-period scuffles. Adam McQuaid went flying into the boards with Nate Thompson late in the third period, but despite the Bruins defenseman taking the brunt of the nasty collision, McQuaid’s fists proved to be unharmed. Once...

David Krejci Punches in Early Goal Against Lightning, Whole Team Contributes to Tally (Video)

The Bruins didn’t waste any time on Saturday night as they got on the board early against the Lightning. Tuukka Rask started the scoring opportunity with a toe save, deflecting the shot to the wing. Milan Lucic took over from there, carrying the puck up the ice before dropping it off to David Krejci who recorded the tally just a minute and a half into the game. Check out the early...

Boston Bruins Carl Soderberg cleared to play

  Through the first seven games of the season, head coach Claude Julien has had twelve available forwards. Going into tonight’s matchup against the Tampa Bay Lightning, the team will have thirteen available forwards. Carl Soderberg has been cleared to play, making the decision for Coach Julien a more difficult task. Julien told reporters at the pre-game skate this morning, ...

Rask makes 23 saves, Bruins blank Lightning 5-0

Tuukka Rask stopped 23 shots and five Boston players scored to help the Bruins beat the Tampa Bay Lightning 5-0 on Saturday night. Rask made a nifty glove save on Steven Stamkos' point-blank redirection in the third period. It was the goalie's first shutout this season and 17th overall. David Krejci, Adam McQuaid, Patrice Bergeron, Chris Kelly and Shawn Thornton scored...

Shawn Thornton Notches First Goal of Season to Close Out Successful Florida Sweep (Video)

The Bruins saw contributions from all four lines on Saturday night, with some unlikely players getting in on the scoring action. While the eventful game included three fights, Shawn Thornton wasn’t a part of any of the confrontations, but in a rare change of pace, he instead added to the Bruins’ season-high for goals. During the third period, Thornton launched a shot from the...

NHL legend pushes Cherry for HOF

Bobby Orr is one of the most respected men in hockey and is one of the greatest players in NHL history. The former Boston Bruins defenseman, whose current job is a player agent, has just released a book titled, "Orr: My Story." The well-respected Orr, inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 1979, recently did a video interview with The Canadian press ( via Yahoo! Sports...

Hamilton makes a splash in return to D rotation

Dougie Hamilton certainly knew how to respond when he climbed back into the Bruins lineup. At the mercy of the Bruins coaching staff attempting to rotate seven healthy defensemen all capable of playing at a high level the 20-year-old had been scratched in two straight games leading into Thursday night’s game against the Florida Panthers. Claude Julien inserted Hamilton back into...

Bruins try to avoid ‘Curse of the Stanley Cup loser’

History is not on the side of 2013 Stanley Cup finalist Boston Bruins this season. Never mind that the Cup winner typically fails to repeat as champion the following season, for the team that loses in the Finals, the year…Read more →The post Bruins try to avoid ‘Curse of the Stanley Cup loser’ appeared first on The Hockey Daily.

Sunset in Sunrise. BRUINS WIN!

Man, the Bruins almost blew that one huh. Apparently if teams want a shot at beating Boston, the only thing you need to do is spot them a 2 goal lead at some point because they're sure to blow it and fight for their lives. It is inevitably bound to happen. I mean, whenever Boston takes a two goal lead, I have to tweet this out:  THE DREADED 2 GOAL LEAD — PezDOY©...

After loss, Thomas says no grudges or regrets

Tim Thomas didn’t want to speak prior to the game Thursday presumably to stay focused on the task at hand of playing his former teammates with the Bruins. Though Thomas didn’t end up reaching his goal of beating his old team in a 3-2 loss when a Reilly Smith shot squirted through his leg pads with 59 seconds remaining in the third period the 39-year-old still managed to acquit...

Daniel Paille Embarking on Four-Year Anniversary With Bruins, Continues to Work on ‘Maturity on the Ice’ (Video)

On Oct. 20, 2009, Daniel Paille was traded to the Bruins from the Buffalo Sabres. Coming up on his fourth year with the B’s, the winger reflected on his player development since coming over in the trade, remarking that his maturity on the ice is something he consistently works to improve. In addition, Paille said he tries to fulfill the role that is needed of him on the ice. Coming...

Did Pavel Datsyuk or Daniel Paille Win the Amica Coverage Play of the Week? 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 at 10 a.m. ET and conclude on Monday.  Vote for the Coverage Play of the Week and enter to win a $100 gift certificate to the Pro Shop at TD Garden. First read the official rules, then completely fill...

Friday Morning Hockey Notes

from Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun, - When you see the Sharks play the way they have to start this season, the fact they’ve not reached a Stanley Cup Final, let alone won the big prize, becomes all the more flummoxing. - So, does the blame in Philadelphia still go to the goaltending or will somebody eventually make a change at the top that stops handcuffing the Flyers...
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