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Tonight's game against the Islanders was the epitome of Boston Bruins hockey the past month. Decent enough first period turns into a lesson in lethargy in second and third periods. Granted, Boston did play last night in New Jersey while the Islanders were in Boston watching the Red Sox **** themselves in the 8th inning but still, here was a game where Tuukka Rask stood on his head and Bruins forwards just could not find the back of the net. The scoring started with Josh Bailey slipping one past Rask with thirty-seconds left in the first period.The Bruins answered (on the powerplay) when Greg Campbell, on a feed from Jagr, threw a puck towards the net that Tyler Seguin buried top shelf. 10 minutes later Bailey netted his second of the night on a shot that Tuukka Rask really should have stopped.
That was the extent of the scoring for this one, folks. Same old, same old. The Bruins looked tired towards the end of the second period, Milan Lucic continues to do a great impression of...
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From the Nashville Predators PR department:
“Nashville, Tenn. (April 11, 2013) – Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the club has assigned forward Joonas Rask (YOH-nuhs RASK) to Milwaukee (AHL). Rask recently completed his fifth season in the Finnish Elite League with Jokerit.
Rask, 23 (3/24/90), posted 10 points...
Roster moves and announcements were made by the Nashville Predators Thursday prior to puck drop the next day against the Dallas Stars. Kevin Wilson, the head of public relations for the Predators, announced on his Twitter page that Paul Gaustad, Gabriel Bourque and Colin Wilson will miss the remainder of the 2012-13 season as they will undergo surgery. All three will be back before...
The Boston Bruins were busy Thursday preparing for Military Appreciation Night, which took place during the team’s game against the Islanders.
Nathan Horton, Tuukka Rask and David Krejci took the time to install a POW/MIA seat in section 303 in TD Garden’s balcony. Then, the Bruins posted a photo of Horton’s camo warm-up uniform. Horton donated $5,000 worth of tickets...
The Bruins went down to Jersey, they were looking for a win to seal.
They were in a bind 'cos they were way behind and was lookin' to make 1st real.
When they came across a Finn between the pipes and makin' it hot.
And the Marty hit the ice and said "Rask, lemme tell you what:
"I guess you didn't know it, but I'm a Hall of Famer, dude...
8 a.m. ET: Another night and another struggling opponent awaits the Bruins. After steamrolling the lowly Hurricanes on Monday night, the B’s head out on the road Wednesday to take on the Devils.
New Jersey is still in the playoff hunt, but they’re on the outside looking in at the moment. That’s thanks to a recent skid that has seen them go just 2-4-4 in their last 10 games...