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Providence, RI, January 20, 2013 – David Warsofsky had a goal and an assist Sunday for the Providence Bruins, who outshot the Connecticut Whale 38-15 at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center Providence on the way to a 4-1 win.
J.T. Miller scored the only Whale goal. Ryan Spooner and Justin Florek had two assists each for the Bruins.
The Whale led for much of the first period, after Miller scored on Connecticut’s first shot of the game at 4:26. After Sean Collins lost the puck in the left-wing corner, Brandon Mashinter was able to get it to Miller between the hash marks, and Miller buried a slap shot behind Bruin goaltender Niklas Svedberg (14 saves). Mashinter picked up his first point in three games with the Whale with the lone assist on the goal.
Providence responded, though, with two goals in a span of 1:25 late in the period.
Bruin goal-scoring leader Jamie Tardif got his 18th of the year at 16:32. Spooner found Tardif unchecked in front of the Whale net, and Tardif pou...
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The Bruins are giving their fans free food vouchers for the first five games of the season as an apology of sorts for making them suffer through the extended lockout, but as this kid and the disgusted look on his face will attest, just because something is free don’t necessarily mean it’s good. I have no idea what sort of food item this mother got her kid from the TD Garden concession...
It wasn’t the first time the Bruins literally gave fans the shirts off their backs. But this time, maybe it was extra special.
When Bruins captain Zdeno Chara handed over his game-worn jersey after the Bruins’ 3-1 season-opening victory against the Rangers on Saturday night, he found an appreciative fan who had a story to tell.
“I introduced myself, the lady introduced herself...
Boston loves its hockey, and the fans made that known on Saturday night during the Bruins’ opening game against the Rangers.
The buzz around the game was evident from start to finish, and it even spilled over to the realm of social media. There, familiar friends Jack Edwards and Rene Rancourt caught nationwide attention, while Milan Lucic‘s opening salvo to the season couldn’t...
BOSTON — With the TD Garden lights dimmed, smoke machines shooting and music blaring, Dougie Hamilton took the ice for the first time as an NHL player.
The 19-year-old Bruins defenseman skated out to a thunderous ovation from a sellout TD Garden crowd. Moments later, he would hop over the boards and make his NHL debut in Boston’s 3-1 win over the Rangers.
All in all, not a bad...
The Boston Bruins rewarded their fans in attendance on Monday with a 2-1 victory over Winnipeg. The Bruins have also devised a way to help say their sorry about the lockout: free food.The team is handing out three concession stand vouchers in each of its five home games in January. The vouchers are good for food or non-alcoholic drinks. Basically, anything except some brew, but I...
The Bruins have plenty of offensive firepower, but it’s the team’s fourth line that often gets Boston clicking.
Gregory Campbell, Shawn Thornton and Daniel Paille have all been known to provide the Bruins with energy, and that’s something the trio takes a great deal of pride in. NESN’s Naoko Funayama caught up with Campbell before Monday’s game against the Jets, and the...
Before the season started DOY Patron Saint and Third Greatest NHLer of All Time Shawn Thornton had this to say about the lockout:
Snazzy coat, Twos.
And, well, he didn't waste much time before dropping the gloves in this season. After the NY Rangers scored on a partial-screen shot to cut the Bs lead to 2-1, Twos Fist of Fury saw an opportunity to right the ship...
Bruins head coach Claude Julien has experienced overall success in his five seasons here in Boston.
From totaling the third most points in franchise history in '08-09, to winning the Stanley Cup in '10-11.
But those seasons were all full 82-game schedules where he had the luxury of feeling out his team by trying new things midseason like messing with the power play or...
The Bruins are back! Finally, finally, at long last, fans will be able to welcome the Black and Gold back onto the TD Garden ice on Saturday in a marquee matchup between the B’s and the Rangers.
As both teams are expected to contend for the Stanley Cup this year, fans will very quickly get a chance to measure Boston against its stiffest competition, and many questions surrounding...
The Bruins might have had a knack for starting slow during afternoon games in the past, but they seem to know they can’t afford those anymore.
With the shortened 48-game season in effect, the B’s were preaching the idea that every game matters that much more in 2013, and they’re backing up that talk with their play early on Monday afternoon. Despite an afternoon start, the...
BOSTON –- The Bruins had plenty of chances to pack it in on Monday afternoon at the Garden against Winnipeg, and had they been a lesser team, they may have done just that.
The B’s were tested in numerous ways, but still found just enough to escape with a 2-1 shootout win, now having racked up a maximum four points in the season’s first two games.
In the process, the Bruins...
Holy ****. Holy ******* ****. I feel like I need a cigar after watching that game. How good did it feel to finally have the Bruins back in action? Yeah, whatever game you watched before probably made you happy that you were watching the NHL, but to watch your Bruins play a meaningful hockey game since May was special.
The Bruins did not disappoint us tonight either. After 113...
Tuukka Rask stopped 20 shots for Boston in his first game after taking over for two-time Vezina Trophy winner Tim Thomas, and the Bruins beat the New York Rangers 3-1 in the lockout-delayed season opener on Saturday night.
Milan Lucic and Daniel Paille scored for Boston, which won the Northeast Division last year before losing in the first round of the playoffs. Rask backed up Thomas...
BOSTON –- Things didn’t look good for the Bruins in overtime Monday against the Winnipeg Jets.
Having already killed one penalty at the end of regulation and into overtime, Boston was tasked with going a man down yet again, this time for the duration of the OT period. Bruins captain Zdeno Chara was tagged with a highly questionable holding call, adding frustration to an afternoon...
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Saturday night the garden was bumping and so were the B's as they showed New York who's home they were in with a 3-1 victory.
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