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Saturday wasn't as kind to the Bruins as it was to the Patriots, as the B's suffered a 4-2 defeat at the hands of the Carolina Hurricanes. One of the few bright spots came in the third period, though, when Milan Lucic temporarily put the Bruins ahead. Lucic put the puck top shelf past Hurricanes netminder Cam Ward. The goal gave the B's a 2-1 edge with under 19 minutes to play, but they couldn't hang on.'s Barry Pederson and Dale Arnold took a look at Lucic's goal after the game using the Amica Coverage Cam. Check out their...

Bruins Casino Night to Take Place Feb. 12 in Boston With Tim Thomas, Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron and More

If you've ever wanted to play blackjack with Tim Thomas, roullette with Patrice Bergeron or Texas hold 'em with Milan Lucic, now's your chance. Bruins Casino Night will take place Sunday, Feb. 12 from 5-9 p.m. at The State Room in Boston. General admission tickets cost $150, while VIP tickets cost $250. The VIP ticket gives fans early access to the player lounge. Proceeds...

Tyler Seguin's Ability to Finish Around the Net Earns Amica Coverage Cam Play of the Week Honors

Tyler Seguin proved once again this week why he's one of the best players in the NHL. In addition to being named to the All-Star team, the Bruins forward had himself another solid week, as the B's continued their winning ways. Seguin's impressive play around the Winnipeg net, which led to a goal, was the Amica Coverage Cam Play of the Week. Check it out below.

Looking At The Top 16 Teams

from Dave Lozo of, Two weeks ago, it was pretty clear that the Boston Bruins were the best team in the NHL. Last week, the difference between the Bruins, Rangers and Canucks was negligible. As the hockey world rolls out of bed Monday morning, there is no shortage of teams that can make a strong case for being the League’s best. The Rangers, last week’s top team, dropped...

Bruins Among NHL's Best at Midway Point of Season, Another Cup Run Could Be in the Cards

The Bruins are officially halfway through the 2011 season, and they have to be happy where they stand. The B's dropped a tough one to the Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday night, and they've sputtered a bit in recent games, but all things considered, Bruins fans probably don't have too many complaints. The team overcame a bit of a Stanley Cup hangover and is now among the...

Bruins Taking Loss to Hurricanes Hard, But Understand What Needs to Change to Return to Winning Ways

The Bruins are chomping at the bit to get back on the ice following Saturday's 4-2 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes. They seemed to have that game in their grasps, but they let it slip away, which is something they're ready to atone for. NESN's Naoko Funayama caught up with Tyler Seguin and Chris Kelly on Sunday, during which they discussed how frustrating Saturday'...

Game 41: Bruins at Hurricanes

RALEIGH – Good morning from the RBC Center, where the Bruins will kick off a four-game road swing against the Hurricanes tonight. This should be the friends-and-family game, considering that little football game that will commence an hour after puck...

B’s slipping

SUNRISE, Fla. -- The Bruins played well only in spurts during Saturday's 4-2 loss in Carolina to the lowly Hurricanes -- the third loss to the 'Canes this season -- and acknowledge that the quality of their play has recently slipped. "We're obviously not playing our best, that's for sure," said ...

B’s hungry vs. ‘Canes

RALEIGH, N.C. -- During their wretched 3-7-0 start, two of the Bruins losses were to the Carlina Hurricanes. The B's are, of course, a far different team now than in October -- with a record of 25-4-1 since the start of November -- and are eager for revenge tonight against ...

Boston Bruins (28-12-1) at Florida Panthers (21-14-8), 7:30 p.m. (ET)

The last time the Bruins and Panthers met, Florida was dealt its worst shutout loss in franchise history.
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