Any Bruins fan who has listened to or watched Jack Edwards knows he has a tendency to wear his heart on his sleeve.
That was on full display Tuesday night, when the Bruins came back from a 3-0 deficit to tie the Rangers with less than a minute to play thanks to two goals with their goalie pulled.Edwards was unable to contain his excitement after Brad Marchand‘s tying goal, and he jumped for joy in the NESN booth while calling the game.
Watch Edwards react to the goal with Andy Brickley in the video above and animation below.
Jay Pandolfo has been traveling with and practicing with the Bruins for the last few weeks, but he was doing so without a contract. He got that contract on Tuesday.
The Bruins signed Pandolfo to a one-year deal, the club announced Tuesday. That deal won’t become official until Pandolfo clears waivers. He was placed on waivers Tuesday.
The 38-year-old is a native of Winchester,...
Tyler Seguin is among the many New England residents who can’t wait to watch some live professional soccer.
The Bruins star Tweeted a picture of himself wearing a New England Revolution scarf, saying he’s ready to see the New England Revolution in action at Gillette Stadium.
“Getting pumped for the @nerevolution home opener. #bethere323,” Seguin remarked.
The New England...
Jack Edwards loves what he does for a living; we should all be so lucky.
Maybe that’s the reason that some sports fans are so eager to jump on him when he makes a seemingly over-the-top call while broadcasting Bruins games on NESN.
He was at it again on Tuesday night when the Bruins took on the Rangers at TD Garden. Edwards was shown jumping up and down after Brad Marchand scored...
Trailing the Rangers 3-0 midway through the third period Tuesday night, the Bruins looked to be headed for just their second regulation loss of the season. But the B’s engineered a stunning comeback, scoring twice in the final two minutes of regulation to send the game into overtime.
New York pulled out the win in a shootout, but head coach Claude Julien and the Bruins managed...
BOSTON — The Bruins have been one of the league’s best teams through the first quarter of the shortened NHL season, and they’ve been able to do so without much of anything from one of their best players.
Tyler Seguin‘s production is down, by his standards at least, through the first 11 games. After Tuesday night’s shootout loss to the Rangers, Seguin has just two goals...
The Bruins might be having some power-play issues, but at least they’ve got good company.
The Rangers are having similar issues with the extra man this season, and considering that many pundits pegged the Blueshirts as the team to beat, maybe the B’s can rest easy knowing they’re not the only ones hoping to improve.
NESN Nation’s Dan Duquette isn’t too worried about how...
The Bruins almost pulled off an incredible come-from-behind victory on Tuesday night to stun the New York Rangers … almost. Still, salvaging one point from what looked like a certain loss is something for the B’s to hang their hats on, considering how bleak things looked.
Boston scored three unanswered goals — including two with the goalie pulled — to tie the game and send...
The Boston Bruins have signed 38 year old forward Jay Pandolfo to a one year 600,000 dollar contract. The 38 year old Winchester Mass native had a long career with the Devils and recently bounced between teams. The forward has been practicing with the B's.
BOSTON — The Bruins can look at their Tuesday night shootout loss to the New York Rangers in one of two ways.
The first way they can look at it is a more pessimistic way. Sure they came back and got the point, but had they played a little bit better, they would likely have come away with two points and a regulation win. The first 42:07 was filled with sloppy and unenthused play...
Despite only being about a quarter of a way into this condensed season, the Bruins and Rangers met for the third and final time this season on Tuesday night in another matchup of Eastern Conference powerhouse squads.
The Rangers got on the board first 10:37 into the opening period when the Rangers new All-Star forward Rick Nash put forth an outstanding individual effort to create...
Boston MA. The New York Rangers came in tonight on their second trip to the Garden and their third meeting with the Bruins over the first month of the shortened NHL season.
The Rangers were the first to strike as Rick Nash drove through the zone drawing three Bruins and Tuukka. Nash fell to the ground but was able to pass the puck to Carl Hagelin who finished it behind an out of...
Rangers 4, Bruins 3 (SO)
Despite only being about a quarter of a way into this condensed season, the Bruins and Rangers met for the third and final time this season on Tuesday night as each Eastern Conference powerhouse squad tried to win the season series two games to one.
Just as we saw in the previous two meetings, the B’s and Blue Shirts came out ready for a very physical and...
So ummm... we can't even be mad at that loss. Sure, the Bruins played like crap for 99% of the game and spotted the Rangers three goals but they did not deserve a point, but they stole one!
But seriously, how bonerific (what is the girl equivalent?) were those last few minutes when Rask was pulled and the B's were storming the Rangers net like the beaches of Normandy...
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