Found December 20, 2011 on
TEAMS: Boston Bruins
The Bruins ended last season atop the NHL mountain as the Stanley Cup champions for the first time in nearly four full decades. But are they even better this season? Bruins reporter Douglas Flynn dropped by NESN Daily to discuss all things Bruins, and he thinks that the B's are even better this season. He says that the confidence and experience gained from that title run make the Bruins even more dangerous and it helps them handle any adversity that comes their way. See more in the video above.

Gregory Campbell Returns to Lineup, Plays Through Pain of Broken Foot to Give Bruins Boost in Win

BOSTON -- The Bruins won each of the three games that Gregory Campbell missed last week after he suffered a fractured foot in Columbus, but that doesn't mean they didn't miss the veteran forward's character and leadership. Both of those qualities were on display Monday night at the Garden when Campbell returned to the lineup and helped the Bruins post a 3-2 win over Montreal...

Bruins Continue to Show Depth and Character Necessary to Win With Key Players Out of Lineup

BOSTON -- There have been broken and missing parts in each of the last four games, but the machine keeps chugging along. Just as they did when Zdeno Chara and Gregory Campbell were sidelined with injuries, the Bruins didn't miss a beat Monday night when they faced Montreal with top-line left wing Milan Lucic suspended. With Lucic banished to the press box for a check from behind...

Looks like a promotion for Paille

Judging by the pregame warmups, Daniel Paille will take the suspended Milan Lucic's place on the first line with David Krejci and Nathan Horton in the Bruins-Canadiens' game tonight. It also appears that Gregory Campbell, who has missed three games with a fracture in his foot, ...

Thomas saves 33 in 3-2 Bruins win over Canadiens

David Krejci scored off his skate to break a second-period tie, and Tim Thomas stopped 33 shots on Monday night to lead the Bruins to a 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens and give Boston its fifth consecutive win. Benoit Pouliot and Brad Marchand also scored for the Bruins, who have won 19 of 22 since losing back-to-back games to Montreal at the end of October. Carey Price...

Patrice Bergeron Continues to Play at 'Elite' Level Helping to Lead Bruins Through Dominant Stretch

The Bruins are playing at an extremely high level right now, as evidenced by them winning 18 of their last 21 games. Playing at such a high level has become standard practice for forward Patrice Bergeron, whose two-way style of play continues to help provide a backbone for the Bruins and their success. Jack Edwards, who has at times used broadcasts to advocate for Bergeron to win...

Milan Lucic's Past History Costs Bruins Winger One Game Ban for Borderline Offense

BOSTON -- Officially, Milan Lucic was suspended one game on Monday for his hit from behind on Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo Saturday in Philadelphia. Unofficially, the punishment was more for Lucic's overall body of questionable work than for that particular hit alone. It was the type of borderline hit that would usually warrant just the punishment dispensed in the ice, when Lucic...

Marchand’s goal was a real beauty

When Bruins winger Brad Marchand scored with 5:46 remaining last night against the Canadiens, it gave his team some breathing room in the form of a 3-1 lead.

Habs spared the wrath of Lucic, Lucic suspended for one game

After watching the NHL Senior Vice President of Player Safety Brendan Shanahan and his ruling today I ahve come to the conclusion that there is no consistency in his ruling. Milan Lucic was suspended today for boarding Flyer goon Zac Rinaldo. Rinaldo didn't even think the hit deserved a penalty on the play. Lucic drew a five-minute major and game misconduct, yet Rinaldo doesn’t...

Mark Recchi, still a troll

Good find by the dicks over at Days of Y'Orr. The Penguins had some alum scrimmage. And Recchi trolled them:   No word yet if Recchi complained, then caused team dissension,  and ask to be traded during the scrimmage. 

Lucic suspended one game, won't play tonight

Milan Lucic this afternoon was suspended one game for his hit Saturday on Flyers forward Zac Rinaldo.

Game 32: Habs at Bruins

The Canadiens are on Causeway Street this evening to face the Bruins, renewing one of the game's greatest rivalries. The Habs cashiered coach Jacques Martin on Saturday and replaced him with ex-Forever .500 winger Randy Cunneyworth, prior to losing...

Thomas Saves 33 in Bruins Win Over Canadiens

David Krejci scored off his skate to break a second-period tie, and Tim Thomas stopped 33 shots on Monday night to lead the Bruins to a 3-2 victory over the Montreal Canadiens.

Guru's Local Report: Temple Squares Away UCLA And Season Record

By Mel GreenbergPHILADELPHIA – Temple got even on the season and even with UCLA beating the Bruins 59-53 Tuesday night in a nonconference game at McGonigle Hall in the second meeting between the two schools in women’s basketball. A year ago the Owls (5-5) suffered a 71-61 competitive loss to the then-nationally ranked Bruins in Los Angeles. Senior Shey Peddy provided both...
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