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Third Period, 12:02, Bruins 4-2: The Bruins finally get their first power-play chance of the day as Mark Streit is called for delay of game for sending the puck over the glass out of play. Third Period, 10:37, Bruins 4-2: The Bruins get their two-goal lead as Tyler Seguin gives Boston a huge insurance goal. Seguin fired in a wrister from long range, shooting from beyond the top of the left faceoff circle. Montoya had a clear look at it, but couldn't get the glove up in time to snare it. Third Period, 9:57, Bruins 3-2: The other revised Bruins...

Marchand notches 27th goal for Bruins

Brad Marchand snapped a third-period tie with his team-leading 27th goal, and the playoff-bound Boston Bruins ended the New York Islanders' minuscule postseason chances with a 6-3 victory on Saturday. The defending Stanley Cup champion Bruins, who lead the Northeast Division, had plenty of support as a large throng of fans cheering ''Let's Go Bruins'' throughout...

Two Minutes for Hooking

  So these two chicks showed up at Saturday's Bruins and Islanders game in the stands with a funny sign that read "I wish I only got two minutes for hooking."  Bruins right winger Tyler Seguin is photographed having a laugh at the sign.  Somebody photoshopped the original picture and gave the girls a new sign, which described a sexual act being peformed on Seguin in high school.

Brad Marchand Takes Feed From Tyler Seguin, Slips 27th Goal of Season Past Islanders' Al Montoya (Video)

Brad Marchand and Tyler Seguin are neck and neck when it comes to the team lead in goals this season. But that isn't stopping the duo from lending each other a hand. Seguin set up Marchand with a pass upon entering the offensive zone, and Marchand carried it into the slot area, eventually slipping the puck past Islanders goalie Al Montoya. The Islanders looked like they were...

Patrice Bergeron, Bruins Sure to Celebrate 'Crown Clincher' After Claiming Northeast Division (Video)

The Bruins are Northeast Division champions! Yes, they've got a little ways to go before they'll be satisfied -- since another Stanley Cup remains the goal -- but this is a pretty big step in the right directions. Patrice Bergeron scored the eventual game-winner against New York on Sunday to lock the B's into the No. 2 seed in the Eastern Conference and guarantee home...

Tim Thomas Enjoying National Stardom This Season, But Hasn't Forgotten Long Journey to NHL (Video)

Tim Thomas has been a popular athlete in the Boston area for quite some time, but after the Bruins' Stanley Cup victory last June, the Boston netminder suddenly started getting more and more recognition on a national stage. One of the quirks that accompanies such fame is the ability to star in commercials, which Thomas has done recently. The 37-year-old said that he's gotten...

B's have finally found their way

There was something a little bit calming in watching the Bruins lose to the Capitals on Thursday night. It sounds strange to sound relieved after a loss, but the Bruins showed a lot more than a 3-2 shootout loss would normally indicate on paper. They're not dead, and while they're certainly not the favorites going forward, it's clear now that the team's mid-season...

Zdeno Chara's 1,000th Career Game, Impressive Performance Land Him DCU Hero of the Week Honors (Video)

Zdeno Chara played in his 1,000th career game last week, marking another impressive milestone for the Bruins captain. But not only did Chara show up for game No. 1,000, he thrived in it, tallying three assists while helping the B's come away with a 5-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning. Big Z certainly has plenty left in the tank, as he's still one of the game's premier...

Bruins top Rangers, sweep NY weekend

When you are already the defending Stanley Cup champions, it takes a whole lot more than a division title to really get the party started. Tim Thomas survived a third-period barrage from the New York Rangers, and Boston held on for a 2-1 victory on Sunday night that clinched the Northeast Division for the Bruins. It also kept the Rangers from wrapping up the No. 1 seed in the Eastern...

Rangers Can Clinch #1 Seed Tonight

Katie Strang at ESPN NY reports that if the Rangers complete the series sweep against the Bruins AND the Penguins lose to the Flyers today, the Blueshirts will secure the Eastern Conference title....not even the most optimistic Rangers fan could have predicted this before the season began.The Bruins can clinch the Northeast Division Sunday if they beat the Rangers. They can also...

He Shoots, He Roars!

It pains me to say it as a both a Flyers fan and a jaded advertising nincompoop, but this Boston Bruins parody title sequence knocks it out of the park. This is what happens when you take a good idea on paper and produce the living **** out of it. The direction, the editing, the music, the titles…it’s no Nanook, but it’s mighty fine work. Posted by Dan from

Providence Bruins 3, Connecticut Whale 2 (OT)

By Brian Ring HARTFORD, CT April 1, 2012 – The Connecticut Whale were defeated by the Providence Bruins, 3-2, in overtime Sunday afternoon at the XL Center. Carter Camper scored twice for the Bruins, including the overtime game-winner, which came with 2.1 seconds remaining in the extra session. Kris Newbury had a goal and an assist and Jonathan Audy-Marchessault had two helpers...

Idle Bruins clinch playoff berth with Sabres loss

The Boston Bruins clinched a playoff berth without even touching a puck on Friday.The Buffalo Sabres fell 5-3 to the Pittsburgh Penguins, which allowed the idle defending Stanley Cup champions to clinch a playoff berth for the fifth consecutive season. The New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers and Penguins also have guaranteed passes to the postseason.Boston has a six-point lead...
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