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If you walked into the room during the Bruins' offensive clinic in the third period of Saturday night's game against the Maple Leafs, you might have thought the B's were on the power play. That's the way it certainly looked. The Bruins put together one of the most dominant two minutes of 5-on-5 hockey you'll ever see, outworking the Leafs and cycling the puck with ease. They were unable to tally a goal during the shift, but it forced Toronto to use a timeout and sent the TD Garden crowd into a frenzy. Check out the impressive shift and hear...
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Tyler Seguin was scratched for the Bruins game after missing a team breakfast and meeting. The Bruins also had their streak snapped.
Let’s get one thing straight before you complain about the title; I effing love Brad Marchand’s game. He brings something to the Bruins that they have lacked for years. The ability to combine legit skill with being an instigator and general pest on the ice is a quality that this team desperately lacked for pretty [...]
Each member of the Bruins is willing to step up for his teammates, so it isn't really too surprising to see Gregory Campbell step up in Tim Thomas' defense against the Penguins on Monday night. In fact, Campbell's second goal of the season, which came in the second period, is probably the more surprising feat. Either way, it goes to show just what kind of player Campbell...
It had to end at some point, and trekking to Winnipeg to face a hungry Jets team in front of a rabid Manitoba crowd less than 24 hours after an emotional win in Pittsburgh was hardly a surprising scenario to bring about the end of the Bruins' 15-game point streak. The Bruins dropped a 2-1 decision to the Jets in their first visit to Winnipeg in nearly 16 years, and no one in...
Don't enjoy that Pittsburgh victory for to long folks, the Bruins are back on the ice tonight as they take on the Atlantipeg Trashets. Before I get rolling, I want to make something clear. There are tons of people who are on the Twitter machine claiming they've been Jets fans "forever". If that's the case, then you're now a fan of the Phoenix Coyotes. The...
Yesterday wasn’t the first time Tyler Seguin has missed a team meeting. But being a repeat offender cost him a chance to play.
Boston Bruins (16-7-1) @ Pittsburgh Penguins (16-7-4)
TV: ROOT, NESN
Consol Energy Center - Pittsburgh, PA
The defending Stanley Cup champions roll into Pittsburgh for their first meeting with the Penguins this season. The Bruins are as hot as it gets right now. They have only lost once in their last 14 games. That included a 10-game winning...
Boston improves to 14-0-1 in its last 15 games by dominating Eastern Conference-leading Pittsburgh.PITTSBURGH — Gregory Campbell, Benoit Pouliot and Tyler Seguin scored, Tim Thomas stopped 45 shots, and the surging Boston Bruins kept rolling with a 3-1 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday night.
In the third period of the Boston Bruins' 3-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday night, Evgeni Malkin avoided a Zdeno Chara hit and then skated right into a helmet-to-helmet check by Daniel Paille.
Were this the National Football League, this would have earned a personal foul for unnecessary roughness. Thankfully, we're the NHL:
From the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review...
Kovalchuk gets Devils on the board with power play goal
The NHL's radical realignment means four conferences that will need names, so how about the Michael Sauer Memorial Conference after the late Rangers defenseman, taken in the prime of his life by this clean hit from last night. Just kidding! He's not dead. He's being evaluated by doctors with an "upper body injury," which is hockey speak for anything from a hangnail...
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By Lukas Hardonk (@LukasHardonk)
The Toronto Maple Leafs will wrap up a two-game road trip tonight in New York as they are scheduled to take on the Rangers at 7 pm EST. The game can be seen regionally on Leafs TV, or you can listen to it on Toronto radio station AM640.
Tonight’s game is an important one for the Maple Leafs. They have lost two straight...