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BOSTON, MA – Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today that the club has assigned forward Jordan Caron and defenseman Steven Kampfer to the Providence Bruins (American Hockey League). Providence has games this weekend on ...

KHL’s Alexander Ryazantsev sets new ‘world record’ for hardest shot at 114 mph

In 2011, Zdeno Chara of the Boston Bruins broke his own NHL record with a slap shot that traveled 105.9 mph in the Hardest Shot All-Star Game skills competition. A week later, the KHL boasted that Denis Kulyash of Omsk not only beat Chara's record but set a new world record with a 110.343 mph (177.58 km/h) blast at their All-Star Game. It's assumed Chara, an NHL All-Star...

Marc Savard Feeling Better, Enjoying Extra Time He Gets to Spend With His Kids

Marc Savard's NHL career might be over, but the 34-year-old is enjoying life away from the game. While Savard would likely prefer to be lacing up the skates alongside his Bruins teammates, something he can't do because of post-concussion symptoms, Savard's health is steadily improving. Savard checked in with NESN's Dale Arnold, Barry Pederson and Gord Kluzak on Saturday...

Did Patrice Bergeron, Nathan Horton or Milan Lucic Score the Captain Morgan Goal of the Week?

The Bruins may have cooled off a little in the last week but that doens't mean they weren't able to score some dazzling goals. Check out the three Captain Morgan Goal of the Week candidates below and cast your vote. Patrice Bergeron at Florida: Nathan Horton's first goal at Tampa Bay: Milan Lucic at Carolina: Did Patrice Bergeron, Nathan Horton or Milan Lucic Score the...

Coaches assigned for NHL All-Star game

Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara will see some familiar faces behind the bench at the NHL All-Star game. Claude Julien and his Boston staff will handle coaching duties for Chara's team at the league's showcase event Jan. 29 in Ottawa. Julien will be joined by Bruins assistants Doug Houda, Doug Jarvis and Geoff Ward. The NHL also announced Friday that John Tortorella of the...

Bruins wake up late, get what they want

NEWARK--For two periods, the Bruins looked more like the team that stumbled through Carolina and Tampa than the one that took the NHL by storm in November and December. But a terrific third period landed them a 4-1 victory over the New Jersey ...

Pro-Canucks, Anti-Bruins propaganda uses Jon Stewart’s cynicism for 10-minute diatribe (Video)

In case you were wondering about the severity of the psychological scarring suffered by some Vancouver Canucks fans after losing the Stanley Cup to the Boston Bruins: It apparently runs "I'll make a 10-minute propaganda piece with clips from 'The Daily Show' to demonize the Bruins" deep. That said: This is wickedly entertaining, intercutting between the Bruins...

Marc Savard meets press

Marc Savard, whose career is most likely over because of concussions, is in town for today's game and is feeling...

NHL Midpoint Review Part 2: Citations, Concussions, Celebrations

  Although Zdeno Chara’s humungous six-foot-nine frame may instill fear in the hearts of opposing players, the scariest figure in the league right now might be disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan.  The former Red Wing and future hall-of-famer has brought a new hard-nosed approach to assessing suspensions and fines to players whose actions are deemed inappropriate in the eyes of the...

Marchand tries to shake off rust

WILMINGTON - Bruins left winger Brad Marchand was the most rested player on the ice during yesterday's practice...

Bruins beat Devils for third time in as many games

Nathan Horton and Gregory Campbell scored in a 35-second span in a four-goal third period that carried the Boston Bruins to a 4-1 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Thursday.

Late shift

The Bruins spent 40 minutes last night staring at the ice as if it were a befuddling crossword puzzle, scratching around for a word to start things rolling. For two periods, nothing down, nothing across. Shift after shift, blank stares and a game sheet to match.

Andrew Ference of Bruins ejected after charging Rangers’ Ryan McDonagh in OT (Video)

The New York Rangers won their Eastern Conference showdown Saturday with the Boston Bruins on a Marian Gaborik power-play goal with 3.6 seconds remaining in overtime. Why did they have a power play? Because Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference put a forearm into the numbers of Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh's sweater, sending him face-first into the end boards and sending Ference...

Bruins score 4 in third to beat Devils, 4-1

Mired in somewhat of a mini-slump, the Boston Bruins needed only one good period to beat the New Jersey Devils and get back on track.

New York Rangers (29-12-4) at Boston Bruins (30-13-1), 1 p.m. (ET)

The Boston Bruins have been playing from behind for most of the season because of a slow start, but a regulation victory this afternoon over the New York Rangers would put the defending champs on top in the Eastern Conference.
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