Found March 02, 2013 on
Days of Y'Orr:
Tampa Bay Lightning
The last time these guys met on the "ice" the Bruins put a beating on the Lightning despite playing in a bowl of soup with ice cubes in it. When we talked on our pregame show about this game Justin, Pizz and I were so worried about the Lightning power play and Boston completely shut them down. They owned the game. ****, they owned the enitre state of Florida. It was a glorious and magical thing to witness.
Just cut the whole state away from America and let it float to Cuba...or do the logical thing and move those teams to Canada. Hamilton and Quebec will happily support NHL franchises, plus it creates INSTANT rivals with Toronto and Montreal. Think about it: the Nordiques and Canadiens face off and 12 players, at any time, could be floudering on the ice like they're Abe Lincoln watching a play. Hamilton and Toronto, battling it out for 14th place in the North-Central-East part of Conference 1A.2. It'll be absolutely amazing.
(Thanks to Dooby...
BEST OF MAXIM
The Bruins knew it was coming all year. After a slower schedule compared to the rest of the league through January and February, the Bruins won’t have two off days in a row until March 28 and 29.
Boston will play 17 games in March with 15 of those games coming in the first 27 days of the month. Because of the tough schedule, the Bruins are trying not to get ahead of themselves...
The Lightning began their game Saturday strong but were unable to play with the same intensity for two more periods. As a result, they fell to the Boston Bruins by a score of 3-2. Tampa Bay jumped out to a 2-0 lead after the first period when Steven Stamkos and Alex Killorn scored on two power plays. But three unanswered goals by the Bruins were too much for the Lightning to overcome...
NESN announcer Jack Edwards with the call on Boston Bruins game winning goal, scored by Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron. There was no doubt that it was a goal... Boston Bruins Haters the world over are probably happy it wasn't the Little Ball of Hate.
BOSTON — One of the obvious narratives that continues to develop in this Bruins season is the goal-scoring touch that Brad Marchand continues to display. You know that it won’t last forever, but then again, the B’s forward continues to pot big goals.
He did that once again Saturday afternoon at TD Garden when he scored with just 2:16 to play in the third period, giving the...
With the Senators’ noted defense, it figured that the Bruins would have to slog one out for a win on Thursday.
That’s exactly the kind of game it turned out to be, as scoring turned out to be at a premium in Boston’s 2-1 win. However, coach Claude Julien wasn’t pleased with all aspects of the Bruins’ effort, nothing that the legs looked perhaps just a little bit tired on...
The expected return of Ryan Malone will have to wait as he is still not ready to join the Lightning from his injury. Instead, the Bolts announced Sunday they have recalled forward Ondrej Palat from AHL affiliate Syracuse Crunch.
Here is the release from the team:
Palat, 6-foot, 180 pounds, has played in 49 games with the Crunch this season, notching 11 goals and 44 points with...
The Bruins have been great against opposing power plays this season, but most opponents don’t have Steven Stamkos.
The Tampa Bay sniper was at it again on Saturday afternoon, sparking the Lightning to an early two-goal lead thanks to a power-play goal by their lead scorer. Now, the Bruins will have to respond if they intend to mount a comeback versus the potent Lightning offense...
Patrice Bergeron scored the winning goal with 1:21 left in overtime after a replay review, lifting the surging Boston Bruins to a 2-1 win over the Ottawa Senators on Thursday night.
Nathan Horton scored the other goal for Boston, which won its fourth straight and was coming off a 4-1 road trip. The Bruins are 13-2-2 this season.
Tuukka Rask made 30 saves for the Bruins, including...
From the moment the puck dropped it looked like the Bruins were in for a long afternoon. Thanks to two Tampa powerplay goals the Bruins quickly found themselves in a 2-0 hole, but were able to sack up and prove once again that they have heart.
Steven Stamkos and Alex Killorn would score during the first period, as Tampa took a commanding 2-0 lead. Claude must have said something...
8 a.m. ET: Thankfully there’s no blizzard in the forecast for Boston on Saturday afternoon, which means this visit from the Tampa Bay Lightning to the Garden should go off without a hitch.
The Bolts are back in Boston for a Saturday matinee with the Bruins, four weeks after a nasty blizzard forced a previously scheduled Saturday matinee to be postponed (that game is rescheduled...
Big win for the Boston Bruins. After falling down 2-0 in the first period they scored three unanswered goals to take the lead and the win. And two of the goals were on the power play...
...of which there were a ton of. It was ******* Free Penalty Day for the first 36 NHLers to arrive at the Garden today.
Seriously, the refs were appaling in this game for both...
Thank you Robin Lehner for letting it two really weird ******* goals to have the Bruins win their 5th straight game. I don't want to say that I called a close game, but I did during the pre-game show that I apparently ****** up hosting and it's my dumb face doing dumb facial things while other people talk. Oh well, it was my first time so consider my cherry popped...
The Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning are among the biggest "losers" of the NHL's realignment proposal as the Florida teams may end up stranded in what is essentially a "Northeast Division"--perhaps because the Atlantic and/or Southeast Divisions' owners have been among Gary Bettman's biggest supporters over the past two lockouts--and the Tampa...
Effort and a good start did not add up to victory for the Tampa Bay Lightning on Saturday afternoon. The Bolts put in a solid, workman-like effort, but ultimately made too many little mistakes that allowed the Boston Bruins to skate off with a 3-2 victory. For the Lightning, thatâs a fourth straight loss, and another tilt that will only add to the teamâs growing frustration...
Welcome to the TD Garden for tonight's contest between the Boston Bruins and visiting Ottawa Senators.
Finally, the Boston Bruins have come back to the TD Garden.
On the road for the past five games, the Bruins will begin a set of three games in four nights, beginning with tonight's contest against the Ottawa Senators. In the first of four meetings between this two...