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The Bruins are back home, but they shouldn’t expect much of a welcome party from the Ottawa Senators.
After wrapping up their longest road trip of the season, the B’s now have to deal with a red-hot team in the Senators that has won five games in a row and keeps rolling without its biggest stars. While it’s nice to be back at home, it’s never easy playing a divisional rival — something that Ottawa would be all too happy to remind Boston of.
NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette is hoping the Bruins can keep their momentum going back at the TD Garden. See more in the above video.
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Ottawa Senators winger Chris Neil recorded two shots on goal against the Bruins on Thursday night, but perhaps what is more surprising is the fact that he was able to stay out of the penalty box.
After all, Neil is the NHL’s active leader in penalty minutes with 1,929 to his name over the course of an 11-year NHL career.
The 6-foot-1, 285-pound enforcer’s 68 PIMs so far puts...
NESN announcer Jack Edwards with the call on Boston Bruins game winning goal, scored by Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron. There was no doubt that it was a goal... Boston Bruins Haters the world over are probably happy it wasn't the Little Ball of Hate.
So, after Marchand put another one in the back on the net last night, it got me to thinking, if this was going to be an 82 game season, how many goals would Marchand be on pace for? After doing the math, it comes out to 51, or 55 goals depending on if you count the game he didn't play or not. Either way, 50+ flipping goals? If you had told me last year that Marchand would be...
With the Senators’ noted defense, it figured that the Bruins would have to slog one out for a win on Thursday.
That’s exactly the kind of game it turned out to be, as scoring turned out to be at a premium in Boston’s 2-1 win. However, coach Claude Julien wasn’t pleased with all aspects of the Bruins’ effort, nothing that the legs looked perhaps just a little bit tired on...
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The Ottawa Senators five-game win streak came to an end in Boston on Thursday night in overtime. Still, Paul MacLean's club has rattled off eleven of twelve possible points in their past six games, and are hoping to keep the good times rolling when they head to the Wells Fargo for a Saturday afternoon affair.
A tall task awaits them...
Patrice Bergeron scored the winning goal with 1:21 left in overtime after a replay review, lifting the surging Boston Bruins to a 2-1 win over the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night.
Nathan Horton scored the other goal for Boston, which won its fourth straight and was coming off a 4-1 road trip. The Bruins are 13-2-2 this season.
Tuukka Rask made 30 saves for the Bruins, including...
For last night's Days of Y'Orr Pregame Show, I had a feature all set up where we looked at how much each Bruins cost per point scored, with cha-ching sound effects and everything, and then my Internet went and **** the bed. We were able to finish the DOYLive show but I had to cut the feature for time sake.
But I didn't want the graphics to go to waste.
Oh how time flies.
It was just a couple days more than exactly five years ago that David Krejci broke onto the scene. The now-26-year-old forward scored his first-career goal against the team that, coincidentally enough, the Bruins were playing Thursday night — the Ottawa Senators.
Relive the goal in Thursday’s edition of the Captain Morgan Legendary Moment.
Thank you Robin Lehner for letting it two really weird ******* goals to have the Bruins win their 5th straight game. I don't want to say that I called a close game, but I did during the pre-game show that I apparently ****** up hosting and it's my dumb face doing dumb facial things while other people talk. Oh well, it was my first time so consider my cherry popped...
Game: Ottawa Senators (12-6-3) vs. Philadelphia Flyers (10-11-1) Location: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, PA) Time: 12:00PM TV: NHL Network, Comcast SportsNet Radio: 97.5 The Fanatic Previous Game: On Wednesday, the Flyers defeated the struggling Washington Capitals in front of the hometown fans. Claude Giroux started the scoring early in the game, and Simon Gagne commenced...
The Boston Bruins have the best winning percentage in the Eastern Conference, but what the Ottawa Senators are doing may be even more impressive given their injury-decimated roster.
Both teams put winning streaks on the line as these Northeast Division rivals meet for the first time this season Thursday night in Boston.
The Bruins (12-2-2) are fully healthy and playing like it...
Welcome to the TD Garden for tonight's contest between the Boston Bruins and visiting Ottawa Senators.
Finally, the Boston Bruins have come back to the TD Garden.
On the road for the past five games, the Bruins will begin a set of three games in four nights, beginning with tonight's contest against the Ottawa Senators. In the first of four meetings between this two...