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(Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)In typical Milan Lucic fashion, when faced with a breakaway, his first reaction is to go five-hole.And that's exactly what he did in overtime with the game on the line.The Bruins beat the Columbus Bluejackets 3-2 in overtime, with Lucic's goal being the difference.Lucic buried his 8th goal of the year off a turnover with a minute to go in the overtime session, saving the Bruins a trip to the shootout round, and snatching them the extra point in the standings.The B's new winning streak now stands at four games as they gear up to hit the road for the next three.Blake Comeau got the scoring open at 12:48 of the first after he cleaned up his own rebound on the backhand and put it past backup Chad Johnson. Loui Eriksson evened the game at 18:10 of the first, after getting a slight deflection on a Zdeno Chara wrister from the blue line. Patrice Bergeron got the other assist on the play.Shawn Thornton buried his 2nd of the year with a slap...
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On Throwback Thursday night at the Garden, the man between the pipes for the Bruins making game-saving plays had a familiar jersey on, which allowed the B's to claim another dramatic win. Chad Johnson, sporting the familiar #30 jersey, made 32 saves to get his first home win on the season when Milan Lucic scored with 49 seconds left in overtime to give the Bruins a 3-2 victory...
Milan Lucic scored on a breakaway with 49 seconds left in overtime to lift the Boston Bruins to a 3-2 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday night.
Lucic blocked Cam Atkinson's shot just inside the blue line and the puck took a big bounce toward the Columbus end with nobody between Lucic and Blue Jackets goalie Sergei Bobvrosky. Lucic corralled the puck and poked a shot...
The Bruins almost made it to the first intermission up 2-0 on the Senators, but a turnover in the neutral zone allowed Ottawa to trim the Boston lead to one with only 50 seconds remaining in the opening period.
The late-period tally changed the momentum of the game, and the Senators would go on to score three more unanswered goals to earn a 4-2 victory in the two teams’ first...
Well isn’t that just the cutest thing in the world.
TD Garden recently turned into a doghouse as the Bruins were joined by some lovable little canines in a photo shoot for the team’s 2014 Pucks & Pups Calendar. The calendar, which goes on sale Wednesday on the Bruins’ website and Friday in the Garden Pro Shop, features 11 B’s players as well as team owner Charlie Jacobs...
Big changes may be coming to the NHL's overtime format, which will be reevaluated at this week's general manager meetings in Toronto. And for several Bruins players, a few adjustments would be welcome.
The league's current system of one five-minute overtime period followed by a shootout has been debated at great length since its adoption in 2005, with some likening deciding...
Torey Krug entered Thursday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets with six goals on the season, which ties him for the NHL lead among defensemen with former Norris Trophy winner Erik Karlsson.
The 22-year-old Bruins defenseman is tied for third on the team in scoring with 11 points, and has become a force on the power play with three goals. Two of the most impressive parts of...
The Bruins took a 1-0 lead in the first period of Friday’s game against the Senators on a shot from the point by defenseman Matt Bartkowski.
The young blueliner originally got credit for the goal, but it was changed to Loui Eriksson prior to the first intermission. A faceoff win by Patrice Bergeron got the Bruins started, and as the puck slid to the point, Bartkowski fired it on...
Prior to Friday night's tilt with the Ottawa Senators, Boston Bruins' head coach Claude Julien stressed the importance of his team giving a solid effort in the first period of games. His team responded with a great first 19 minutes of play. Unfortunately for the B's, NHL games last 60 minutes, not nineteen. The Bruins jumped out to a 2-0 with 9:50 left in the first...
On November 9th 2013, during a meet with the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs, Adam McQuaid left the game with a lower body injury. McQuaid only played two shifts that night for the Bruins; the first shift resulted in him getting hit and then fighting with Leafs forward Frazer McLaren that resulted in 5 min penalties for both players. On the second shift McQuaid fell awkwardly...
You could tell that the Bruins were starting to turn things around after a 4-0-1 homestand, but there were still instances here and there that said they hadn’t quite figured everything out yet.
For those unwilling to believe those occasional lapses were proof that they weren’t quite out of their funk just yet, the Bruins turned in one of their worst showings of the year Friday...
The Boston Bruins are ready to face off against the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Blue Jackets are 6-10-1 and are 8th in the Metropolitan Division. Its been a disappointing season for the Jackets and the Bruins are looking to capitalize on that.The star of the Blue Jackets, Marian Gaborik, has 5 goals and 6 assists so far this season. Its not awful, but for him, its very disappointing...
Four wins in a row. Not too shabby B's. Competition hasn't been great other than Tampa but still, keep it up guys.
Don't think anyway expected that type of performance out of Chad Johnson except his parents, but he definitely won the game for the Bruins. He made a bunch of key saves at key times to keep the Bruins in a game they probably should've lost.
On Thursday night, the Boston Bruins beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 3-2 in overtime, thanks to a Milan Lucic game-winner past Sergei Bobrovsky. After the Bruins tweeted out a link to the video, the Blue Jackets responded in a manner perfectly suiting their franchise.
— NHL Blue Jackets (@BlueJacketsNHL) November 15, 2013
Oh, the poor Blue Jackets...
After an abysmal end and start to November, the Bruins are starting to hit their stride again. They've won three straight and look to make it four against the Blue Jackets. As we all know, Columbus is where Nathan Horton ran off to so he could enjoy silly things like zoos, being just another face in the crowd while walking around town, and to never win another Stanley...