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The Bruins are scheduled to have Monday, Feb. 18 off, but a handful of B’s will be making arguably their most important road trip of the season.
Bruins head coach Claude Julien and a group of his players will make a trip to Newtown, Conn., on Monday to participate in a variety of events, including meeting with families and signing autographs. According to a release from the team, Chris Bourque, Andrew Ference, Dougie Hamilton, Aaron Johnson, Adam McQuaid, Daniel Paille and Rich Peverley are all expected to attend.
Bruins staff members will also be giving out framed team-autographed jerseys to first responders.
Bruins alumni Bob Sweeney and Tommy Songin will conduct a street hockey clinic, and the Bruins Youth Hockey Development team will host a cliic with the Newtown High School varsity hockey team.
Twenty-six people, including 20 children, were fatally shot in a mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown on Dec. 14. The vice principal of Sandy Hook, Natalie Green Hamm...
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The Bruins played a great 40 minutes on Friday. The problem is that hockey is a 60-minute contest.
The Sabres played like a desperate team during the third period, catching the Bruins off guard and scoring three unanswered goals. That turned a one-goal lead into a two-goal loss, and after the game — the Bruins’ second trip to Buffalo in a week — Boston was left wondering where...
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Coming off an ugly loss to Buffalo on Friday night, the Bruins know they need to regroup for their game against Winnipeg on Sunday if they want to see a different result. After playing hard for two periods, the B’s came out too relaxed in the third and were caught off guard by the Sabres.
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If the Boston Bruins want to break their two-game losing streak they'll have to do it with out MIlan Lucic. After practice today Claude Julien said Looch won't be available for tomorrow's game against the Winnipeg Jets due to personal reasons. He's returning to Boston right away,
No Milan Lucic vs. WPG. Has returned to Boston for personal reason.
Awful game. Absolutely awful game. After dominating the first two periods the Boston Bruins came out into the third period and took a huge John Scott size dump on the ice. Buffalo scores three unanswered goals and win 4-2. Ugh. This loss is worse than the one on Jan 31st. In that game both sides of the ice were an absolute ******** for Boston. Tonight's was just infuriating...
Boston Bruins at Buffalo Sabres
February 15, 2013
Lucic - Krejci - Horton
Marchand - Bergeron - Seguin
Bourque - Kelly - Peverley
Paille - Campbell - Thorton
Chara - Boychuk
Seidenberg - Hamilton
Ference - McQuaid
Vanek - Hodgson - Pominville
Foligno - Ennis - Stafford
Anton Khudobin skates away as the Sabres celebrate their third goal of the third period.
If you turned the television off after the second period, you missed a lot. Through two periods, it looked as if the Bruins would beat the seemingly disinterested Buffalo Sabres with ease in front of their restless fans for the second time in less than a week. Then came the third, however, and...
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Didn't we just play these guys? I feel like the Bruins February schedule is home vs NYR, then at Buffalo, then at NYR, then home against Buffalo - rinse and repeat. I'm not complaining though because playing Buffalo is like Michael Jordan dominating a wheelchair basketball game. For a team I picked to finish on top of the Northeast Division - they're ******* terrible...