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On a snowy night in Boston, the Flames are in town to play the Bruins. It'll be the first home game for the Bruins since December 7th against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Bruins were 3-1 on their road trip losing only to the Canucks.The Bruins beat Calgary the last time the two teams faced off 2-1. David Krejci and Reilly Smith both scored goals in that game. Iginla tried as hard as he could but he couldn't put the puck in the net that game. Maybe he can in this one.Keys:1) Smith Is The Savior: The Bruins lost a lot when they traded Seguin. They traded away a fan favorite (pinkhats and yes you too diehards loved him) as well as their top regular season goal scorer. Seguin was also someone who progressed into a star. Now Reilly Smith has that same opportunity. Smith has really started to blossom of late, with a goal against Calgary and two goals against Vancouver. Smith is developing into a goal scorer, something the B's desperately need.2) Calgary Goalies: Calgary's ...
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Reilly Smith played a huge role in the Bruins success on the road trip. (Photo credit: AP)
It finally came back to hurt the Boston Bruins. The Bruins (22-9-2), have been leaning heavily on some of their key players, and youngsters from Providence, due to injuries, suspensions and sickness. All things considered, going 3-1 on a 4-game road trip that started in Toronto and ended...
We’ve seen some hilariously wacky holiday videos by NHL teams so far (most notably the San Jose Sharks and Washington Capitals) but the Bruins might have taken the cake with the “Christmas Spectacular” release of the team’s comedic web series, The Bear and the Gang. The video features a few handfuls of Bruins players, the team mascot, coach Claude Julien, anthem singer Rene...
The Bruins will be without enforcer Shawn Thornton for longer than they’d like, but they’re living with the consequences of their teammate’s actions.
Although Thornton announced on Monday that he would be appealing one of the longest suspensions the NHL Department of Player Safety has ever handed out, the B’s said that they need to accept the reality...
David Warsofsky has been one of the Providence Bruins’ best players and that, along with a roster technicality, has earned him a call-up to the big club.
The Bruins recalled the young defenseman Wednesday afternoon, general manager Peter Chiarelli announced after practice. Kevan Miller will be sent down to make room for Warskofsky on the roster. Miller isn’t necessarily being...
Bruins GM Manager Peter Chiarelli stated that Loui Eriksson is still suffering from post concussion symptoms after he got hit by Penguins defenseman Brooks Orpik. According to the Bruins Twitter page, Eriksson made his first appearance at the rink on Tuesday but did not do any gym or ice training.This is Eriksson's second concussion of the season. The first was after a hit...
Milan Lucic of the Boston Bruins says that he was a victim of an unprovoked attack in a Vancouver nightclub on Saturday. Lucic, who was born and raised in Vancouver was looking to party after his team lost 6 - 2 to the Canucks.
There were three flaws to his decision to party in a Vancouver nightclub. Firstly, he was in Canada where everybody in the nightclub is going to recognize his face.
Shawn Thornton was handed one of the biggest suspensions the NHL department of player safety has ever handed out, and the Bruins forward is going to try and have that lowered.
Thornton will appeal his 15-game suspension, the NHLPA announced Monday afternoon.
Thornton was given the 15-game ban over the weekend after his role in a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Dec. 7. The...
The Boston Bruins’ The Bear & The Gang Xmas Spectacular will make you LOL….like really laugh out loud.
It’s pure comedic brilliance.
Jarome Iginla looks a little too snug on the Bear’s lap….
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BOSTON — The decision to use Zdeno Chara on the power play is a simple one. The Bruins defenseman offers a unique skill set that allows him to do multiple things on the man-advantage, whether it’s uncorking slap shots or screening goalies in front.
Yet for Chara to really stand out on the power play, that unit needs to be making simple plays. That’s exactly what they did Tuesday...
Well, it’s that time of the year again, and in throwback sitcom fashion, it’s time for a very special episode: “The Bear And The Gang The Christmas Spectacular” If you’re a big fan of the Boston Bruins, you’re gonna love this vid. Pretty funny.-TOMilan Lucic Gets into Bar Fight in VancouverGeorge Parros vs Colton Orr 2nd Fight & Injury
Hello and welcome to another installment of Faceoff with Steve and Mike, where two of your favorite writers pick apart what's eating the hockey world alive. In this edition, we take a deeper look at everyone who's gone berserk over Brad Marchand's taunting of the Vancover Canucks.
Mike Salerno: The hockey community is up in arms over a relatively trivial incident...
Many speculated he would, and now he has: Boston Bruins enforcer Shawn Thornton went public today with his intentions to appeal the 15-game suspension he received on Saturday for the slew-foot and sucker-punches he landed against Pittsburgh Penguins defenceman Brooks…Read more →The post Boston Bruins: Shawn Thornton will appeal 15-game suspension appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
The Bruins, led by captain Zdeno Chara and backstopped by Tuukka Rask, bounced back nicely from their last outing on Saturday and beat the Calgary Flames 2-0 on a snowy night outside the Garden.Chara scored twice on the powerplay and Rask made 21 saves en route to their 23rd win of the season.(Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images)A scoreless first period didn't see...
Every day, it seems, there is a new Brad Marchand story. Two weeks ago he was kneed in the head by Penguins sniper James Neal. Last Saturday the Little Ball of Hate was criticized for mocking the Vancouver Canucks and…Read more →The post Boston Bruins: Brad Marchand is up to no good again appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
The Bruins' Shawn Thornton has decided to appeal his 15-game
suspension for punching and injuring unsuspecting Penguins
defenseman Brooks Orpik.