Found March 25, 2013 on BruinsLife:
The Bruins returned to Boston and corralled the 2 desperately needed points after Patrice Bergeron dangled Toronto goalie James Reimer in the shootout sending Toronto home with the loss. The Bruins found themselves in a second period 2-0 deficit before struggling Milan Lucic came through with his 5th of the season cutting the lead in half. Bergeron then tied the game half way through the third sending it to overtime and further on to a shootout where he and Tyler Seguin scored. The Bruins outshot Toronto 29 to 25, and Tuukka made 23 saves for a .920 save percentage. The Bruins continued the trend of having to dig themselves out of holes. Lucic must have gotten the wake-up call as he was able to produce a goal. The Bruins still are in need of someone who can bolster the offense, more reports say they are asking about Jaromir Jagr of the Dallas Stars, Jerome Iginla of the Calgary Flames, and new to the list is Martin St. Louis of the Tampa Bay Lightning. It will be interested to...

The fully realized potential of Patrice Bergeron

Patrice Bergeron at 27 has finally reached his full potential as a hockey player, and it is wonderful The last time that Patrice Bergeron scored 30 goals in a season was 2005-2006. It was at this time where Boston Bruins fans believed Bergeron was going to be the next great scoring leader for the Boston Bruins. Two seasons after his 31 goal outburst, the Randy Jones hit happened...

Patrice Bergeron’s Exhaustive Effort On Both Ends Gives Bruins Equalizer in Comeback Win

Patrice Bergeron showed unrelenting effort in the third period against the Maple Leafs as the Bruins trailed 2-1 on Monday night. The B’s showed increased intensity after their first goal by Milan Lucic in the first period, and carried that momentum into the third, when their next opportunity presented itself. Bergeron scored the equalizing goal after playing solid defense, then...

Bruins Can Celebrate ‘Rowdy Rematch’ With Maple Leafs After Timely Contribution From Milan Lucic (Video)

For a while, the Bruins looked headed for another disappointing ending against the Maple Leafs. Then, Milan Lucic found the back of the net and the B’s were off to the races. That was all it took to finally get the Bruins looking like their old selves, as Claude Julien‘s shuffling of the lines paid off in a big way. The team’s top lines looked the part for the first time...

Bruins Get Breakout From Milan Lucic, But B’s Still Have Long Way to Go in Improving Offense

BOSTON — The Bruins finally saw Milan Lucic break out on Monday night in a shootout win over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Now, as noted philosopher Jay-Z once said, it’s on to the next one. Lucic’s goal-scoring drought may be over with his second-period tally against the Leafs on Monday night, but the Bruins are far from curing what ails them when it comes to the offensive side...

31. Toronto Maple Leafs at Boston Bruins.FINALLY LUCIC IS WHERE HE BELONGS

Days of Y'Orr would apologize for the lack of updates over the weekend, but we're not going to. Saturday was one of those days where the four of us were busy. Justin got whooped in hockey and then went to PAX East. Robb was doing wedding things for the big day in July. Jon was busy helping his doctor redecorate the office because Jon spends so mu ch time there they wanted...

Milan Lucic Finally Breaks Through, Must Now Focus On Playing His ‘Simple’ Style of Hockey

BOSTON — Bruins coach Claude Julien said Monday morning that his team’s offensive struggles had to do with more than just the scoring drought of Milan Lucic. But of course, there was really no denying the power forward’s ongoing issues. Lucic entered Monday night’s game with the Maple Leafs mired in a big-time slump. He hadn’t scored since Feb. 24, and had been held pointless...

Bruins Battle Back, Find Their Game in Shootout Thriller Against Toronto (Video)

The Bruins clawed their way back from a 2-0 deficit on Monday night against the Maple Leafs, and pulled out a much-needed win. Boston only out-shot Toronto by four, but they were able to capitalize enough on their opportunities to bust out of their slump. With 17 games left in the season, the shootout win puts the Bruins in a good position to have success in the playoffs. Patrice...

Video: Bruins/Maple Leafs postgame interviews

Milan Lucic video courtesy of Mike Petraglia. We'll post more interviews as they become available.

Bruins spark could come from line switches

Milan Lucic is dropping to the third line in the new Bruins arrangements The Boston Bruins are struggling right now, having lost three of their past four games. This has lead many of the Bruins’ faithful to deem this team to be the worst 20-3-3 team in the game. It’s not that bad, but after the hot start that the Boston Bruins had to open up the shortened season, their struggles...

Welcome to the Milan and Patrice Show! BRUINS WIN!

  Finally, Lucic HAS COME BACK TO THE BOSTON BRUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUINS!  It took a little over a month for the "Big Ball of Trans Fats" to finally get a fire lit under his ass, but he got it done last night. Lucic looked good last night, dare I say it without my body spontaneously bursting into flames. But seriously, his last goal was February...

Keys To The Game Vs. Montreal

The Canadians. The very name disgusts Bruins fans. The Bruins. The very name disgusts Canadians fans. That sums up the rivalry in every way. The last time the division rivals faced each other the fans and reporters got more heated than the players on the ice. Hab's fans flooded social media after the Canadians beat the Bruins. The rivalry and hate expanded to a new level...
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