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The Bruins have announced that the club’s playoff tickets sale, which was due to begin Friday at 11 a.m., has been postponed.
The ticket sale has been rescheduled until Monday at 11 a.m.
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After state, federal and federal law enforcement captured the suspects of the Boston Marathon bombings, the Bruins updated their “Boston Strong” pregame video to include footage from the emotional events in Watertown, Mass.
The Bruins showed the updated video, set to Phillip Phillips’ song “Home,” before the national anthem on Saturday afternoon at TD Garden prior the Penguins...
We have not spoken about the Boston Marathon bombing here at Walker Sports because it's difficult for us to add anything else to the conversation that has not already been said. Obviously that was a horrible attack on our country and our freedom, and those held responsible should be met with the swift hand of justice.
However, this is a sports blog, and one thing we are firm...
The Bruins and Penguins could eventually meet up in the NHL playoffs, but for now the two franchises are teaming up for a good cause on Friday night. The Bruins announced on Thursday that Boston and Pittsburgh will auction off game worn jerseys which feature special “Boston Strong” patches to help support those affected by the Boston Marathon tragedy that occurred on Monday....
The Bruins and Penguins cancelled their morning skates on Friday morning, the Bruins announced via Twitter.
Bruins and @penguins have cancelled their morning skates today. Will provide further updates on the day's schedule when appropriate ^BB— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) April 19, 2013
As of noon, the Bruins said they are following the direction of law enforcement officials...
I’m a huge sports fan, so I guess it’s not surprising that when tragedies are placed in the context of sporting events the emotion seems to hit hard. Case in point, last night’s Bruins-Sabres games.
It’s often said that in the wake of inexplicably cruel events, the best is brought out in us. That coming together and experiencing and sharing some of the joys...
The game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins scheduled for Friday night has been postponed in light of the massive manhunt in the Boston area.
The Boston Bruins have released the following statement:Due to today's heightened security in Boston, we are taking direction from from state and local officials, and do not have any updates on tonight's Bruins/Penguins game as of 12:00 noon ET. We will update accordingly as soon as possible.
BOSTON — The Bruins are obviously no fans of Pittsburgh Penguins forward Matt Cooke, and they aren’t afraid to let anyone know about it apparently.
Cooke was in the middle of things again Saturday night when he delivered a questionable hit to Boston defenseman Adam McQuaid during the second period of Pittsburgh’s 3-2 win over the B’s.
Bruins coach Claude Julien was clearly...
The Bruins outshot the Pittsburgh Penguins 40-24 on Saturday, but struggled to put the puck in the net.
The B’s dropped their fourth game in a row and showed the areas that need the most improvement. While they have struggled with the penalty kill, captain Zdeno Chara says the Bruins’ biggest focus should be getting more shots on net.
Hear what he had to say in the video above.
The recent tragic events in Boston and the surrounding area won't be forgotten any time soon, but the Bruins are helping bring back a bit of normalcy by taking the ice and providing the city with some relief during the difficult time.
Now they're hoping to get themselves back on track.
Boston looks to avoid a fifth consecutive loss while winning for the fifth time in six...
8 a.m. ET: Well, then. It’s hard to imagine that we can try and get back to normalcy so quickly, but a little more than 12 hours after Boston’s finest did their job in the best way possible, we get back to pro sports. We do that first with the Bruins.
A few days after an emotionally charged game against Buffalo and a day after one of the craziest days in the history of this fine...
Catching the two scumbags from the country that no one has ever heard of took priority over hockey on Friday night. The result was a 17 hour postponement of the game between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Boston Bruins. The scene prior to the game could have made the manliest of men emotional. The video montage…