Found October 26, 2011 on Boston Herald:
The Bruins are on the ice here at Ristuccia Arena and coach Claude Julien has tweaked a couple of lines, swapping Rich Peverley and Nathan Horton. Horton is now with center David Krejci and the left wing combination of Benoit Pouliot and Jordan Caron while Peverley ...

Bruins to Provide Melted Championship Ice From TD Garden to Every Hockey Rink in New England

Looking for a little home ice advantage at your local rink? Nathan Horton might know a thing or two about that. Horton, you may remember, squirted water from the TD Garden onto the Canucks' home ice before Game 7 of last year's Stanley Cup Finals. The Bruins had won all three games on their home ice in convincing fashion so Horton hoped to carry that mojo into Vancouver....

Nightmare fuel: Zdeno Chara dressed as a rabbit

You don't have to be Buffy's Anya Jenkins to find this terrifying: that's Zdeno Chara dressed like a seven-foot-tall pink bunny rabbit, flanked by teammates during a Halloween-themed visit to the Children's Hospital. Yes, this photo, tweeted this afternoon by NESN's Naoko Funayama, is real. It's also downright ghastly. One wonders if the plan here was to...

Adam McQuaid Expected to Return from Neck Injury As Bruins Host Canadiens at TD Garden

BOSTON -- The Bruins will face their archrivals from Montreal for the first time this season Thursday night at the Garden, and they'll do it with a new look to their forward lines and possibly an old face returning on defense. The Bruins stuck with the revamped lines debuted in Wednesday's practice for Thursday's morning skate, which means Rich Peverley should be back...

B's, 7-foot pink rabbit visit Children's Hospital Boston

Because nobody should ever, ever forget about this, NESN opened our eyes on Tuesday to Zdeno Chara in a nearly seven-foot-tall pink bunny suit. Alongside Chara who several of the kids at Childrens Hospital Boston thought was an alien was Brad Marchand (Prince Charming), Jordan Caron (a Crayola Crayon), and Adam McQuaid (Fred Flintstone) as depicted in several outstanding Halloween...

Bruins Struggling to Fight Through Cup Hangover, But Inability to Finish Chances Biggest Cause of Slow Start

The Bruins knew it was coming, but they could do nothing to avoid it. The dreaded Stanley Cup hangover has hit them hard at the start of this season. Boston stands just 3-5-0 through eight games, and they've yet to post back-to-back victories while struggling to shake off the effects of their long postseason run and short summer. "You've heard me talking about us addressing...

Bruins Could Use Arrival of Archrival Canadiens to Help Snap Out of Early-Season Funk

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- The next chapter in the rivalry is almost here. The Bruins will face the Canadiens for the first time this season on Thursday when the Habs visit the Garden to open a home-and-home series. It's sure to be an emotional game with the long history of animosity between the Original Six rivals, and that might be just what the Bruins need to snap out of their early...

Did Zdeno Chara, Milan Lucic or Tyler Seguin Score Captain Morgan's Goal of the Week?

The Bruins were able to light the lamp eight times in just two games last week, but despite the high-octane offense, the B's were able to come away with just one victory. Although it was hard to whittle it down to just three goals, check out the nominations for this week's Captain Morgan Goal of the Week below. Who had the goal of the week?

Bruins Could Benefit From Intense Showdowns With Canadiens, But Must Still Play Their Own Game

The Bruins have stumbled out of the gate this season in what is being described as a Stanley Cup hangover. Their home-and-home series with the Montreal Canadiens could not have come at a better time. The B's will square off with the Habs at TD Garden on Thursday before traveling to Montreal for a game on Saturday. With the Bruins struggling through their first eight games, compiling...

Changes in line with Claude Julien's plans

The Bruins tweaked the forward lines a bit at practice yesterday. Rich Peverley moved back to a line as the right...

Bruins face Pacioretty for the first time since The Hit

For the first time since Zdeno Chara ended Max Pacioretty's season with a brutal hit into the stanchion at the Bell Centre last March 8, the Montreal forward will be in the lineup tonight against the Bruins. And he's coming in with a head of ...

McQuaid: I’m ready

Adam McQuaid says he is pain-free and ready to play, leaving it now up to coach Claude Julien to decide whether the big defenseman is ready to enter the lineup tonight when the Bruins face the Canadiens at the Garden.

Price stops 29 shots as Canadiens hold off Bruins

BOSTON (AP) Tomas Plekanec put one in each net, making up for an own goal by scoring the tiebreaker with 9:14 remaining on Thursday night to give the Montreal Canadiens a 2-1 victory over the Boston Bruins .
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