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After a rough October, the Boston Bruins appear to have turned a corner. With the Bruins having opened November with a five-game points streak, left wing Brad Marchand is hoping for the same.
It looked like Marchand was picking up right where he left off from a strong first full season in the NHL last year, with two goals and four points in his first five games. Then the drought hit -- no points in six games. In two matchups against the Montreal Canadiens at the end of October, Marchand was limited to one shot on goal.
He finally got on the scoresheet Nov. 1, recording an assist against the Ottawa Senators. He repeated that in the Bruins' next two outings before finally snapping his goal-less streak with a pair against the Edmonton Oilers on Thursday and then a goal and two assists in Saturday's 6-2 win over Buffalo for his first three-point regular-season game since Feb. 3 against the Dallas Stars.
"I think the big thing was keep it a little more simple and getting ...
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Milan Lucic will not be suspended for his hit on Buffalo Sabre goalie Ryan Miller on Saturday night. Lucic had a hearing with NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan earllier this afternoon.
"I had the hearing because I did make an initial assessment of the play ...
Last night, Boston Bruins tough guy Milan Lucic ran over the Sabres All-World goalie Ryan Miller during the first period of last night's game between the Boston Bruins and the Buffalo Sabres.
If you watch the video again you can see that Lucic does have a hard time hiding his glee on the way to the Boston Bruins penalty box. Like NESN analyst Andy Brickley said after the...
Wow!!! Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic absolutely mowed over the Sabres all-world goalie Ryan Miller. To quote Andy Brickley, "just because the goaltender is out of net doesn't make him fair game." Brick also said, "that's a penalty you don't mind killing as a player." What concerns me more is the reaction from Ryan Miller, if he had made contact...
While most of the talk from Saturday's game between the Boston Bruins and the Buffalo Sabres is focused around Milan Lucic's run at Ryan Miller, the game also featured another moment worth revisiting.
In honour of the Veteran's Day weekend, the Bruins invited Darren and Lori Jacobs, the parents of Lt. Charles Jacobs, currently serving overseas, to drop the ceremonial...
Milan Lucic reminded the TD Garden crowd that this Bruins team still has a little Big and Bad in them when he took out Sabres goalie Ryan Miller with a body check on Saturday night. Miller, who came way out of his crease to play the puck, collided with Lucic, who was barreling in full steam after mishandling the puck on what would have been a breakaway. The B's winger meets with...
By Michael Vega, Globe Staff WILMINGTON --- Greetings from Ristuccia Arena where the Bruins returned to the ice for the first time since Saturday's convincing 6-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres. Also back on the ice for the first time...
Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller exited Saturday's contest against the Boston Bruins with both a sore neck and some harsh feelings for Milan Lucic.
Lucic lost control of the puck on a breakaway during the first period. Miller was able to play the puck, but the bulky Bruin elected to barrel into him for a penalty.
The former Vezina Trophy winner was injured, but managed...
The NHL announced on Monday that Boston forward Milan Lucic will not be disciplined for his hit on Buffalo goaltender Ryan Miller in Saturday's game.
Wonderfully touching moment from Saturday night’s Bruins-Sabres game, as Daron and Lori Jacobs, parents of Lt. Charlie Jacobs of the 182d Infantry of the Massachusetts National Guard, were on hand to perform the ceremonial puck drop between Bruins captain Zdeno Chara and Buffalo captain Jason Pominville in honor of Veteran’s Day. Lt. Jacobs has been serving in Afghanistan for...
Tonight, Bruins forward Milan Lucic controversially bowled over Sabres goalie Ryan Miller in the first period. Miller didn't return following the second period.
Tyler Seguin scored twice and had an assist as the Bruins increased their season-high winning streak to five with a 6-2 victory over the Sabres on Saturday night.
During Saturday night's NHL affair between the Boston Bruins and the Buffalo Sabres, Boston's Milan Lucic decided that he wanted to take aim at Buffalo goaltender Ryan Miller.
Watch as Lucic just lays a massive hit on Mr. Miller:
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Tyler Seguin scored twice and had an assist as the Boston Bruins increased their season-high winning streak to five with a 6-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night.
The Bruins are not exactly looking like the team that won the Stanley Cup last year. Right now, they actually appear...