Found January 08, 2012 on
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Yesterday's game was a joke in officiating. Tons of phanton calls and non-calls. Happened to both sides. Who got it worse depends on which side of the fence your sitting on. The Canucks, even after winning the game, were still whining about **** while the Bruins were taking responsibility for their poor play for the loss."What I can tell ya is that they scored four power-play goals, so we gave them an opportunity to score on their bread and butter," Claude Julien said. "Instead of criticizing the referees, I would much prefer criticizing us for the penalties. Whether you're worthy or not, take the responsibility."This is why the Bruins won in June and Vancouver lost. No accountability in Vancouver; they always ******** and looking to blame someone else -- even after wins. The Bruins? They grin and bear it and look for ways to improve their weak spots and lesson errors.Also, Bruins lost two of their top players. Canucks? None, and they still barely won the...
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from Matt Kalman of The Bruins Blog, The Bruins were off from practice today, but the players participated in the team’s “Slice the Ice” charity event at the TD Garden.
For the first time since he was ejected from the Bruins’ loss to Vancouver yesterday, Marchand addressed the media and spoke about the clip on Canucks defenseman Sami Salo that resulted in a game misconduct...
The NHL took its time in announcing Brad Marchand's fate, waiting nearly six hours after his 12:30 p.m. phone hearing to finally reveal the decision Monday evening. For Marchand, that wait will pale in comparison to the wait he'll have before he gets to play again for the Bruins. Marchand was suspended for five games for his low hit that upended Vancouver defenseman Sami...
The Bruins opted to keep Brad Marchand out of todays practice. But Claude Julien said Marchand is feeling better today and will most likely be available tomorrow against the Canucks. Marchand will skate on his own later today. If Marchand...
BOSTON -- The Bruins were still awaiting word on any possible supplemental discipline against Brad Marchand on Monday afternoon, but there was one thing they were already certain about. Regardless of the league's decision on Marchand, which eventually came in as a five-game ban for his low hit upending Vancouver defenseman Sami Salo on Saturday, the Bruins will not be changing...
Bruins forward Brad Marchand has been suspended for five games by the NHL because of a hit on the Canucks' Sami Salo.
The NHL suspended Bruins forward Brad Marchand five games for his hit on Sami Salo.
Vancouver Canucks blogger Richard Hodges Love Em Hate Em Canucks hockey blog. He recaps and rewinds the win over the Boston Bruins on Saturday morning. Brad Marchand earned a clipping major and a game misconduct for a low hit on Canucks defenseman Sami Salo. David Krejci scored early in the third for Boston. Cody Hodgson scored the game winner. Cory Schneider got the win.
So I wonder if there are still any conspiracy theorists out there that think that the Boston Bruins get all of the breaks because Colin Campbell's son Greg Campbell plays for the Boston Bruins. I think we can say that ship has sailed. This suspension should quite down those people who wrongly feel this way. We all knew that the NHL was going to suspend Brad Marchand, however...
I swear, I won't talk about Marchand. I'm not going to do it, it's been talked about to death and I don't feel like grabbing my baseball bat and beating that dead horse. Nope. Throw all the honey badgers you want at me, I'm still not going to talk about it. I'm not going to talk about his low-bridge hit on Sami Salo. I'm not going to talk about his 5...
By Lenny Neslin, Boston.com Staff Brad Marchand, who missed Thursday's drubbing of the Flames, is a game-time decision, Bruins coach Claude Julien said. "He's feeling better," Julien said, "so we'll give him the opportunity to go into warm-ups and make...
The Bruns have tied it up at 14:57 on a pretty Brad Marchand goal on a great pass from Tyler Seguin. Marchand shook off Kevin Bieksa's check, took the Seguin pass and tucked it past Cory Schneider.
On the ensuing faceoff, Gregory Campbell ...
Good morning from TD Garden where the Bruins are on the ice, all present and accounted for, and conducting a lively practice in preparation for Tuesday night's home game against the visiting Winnipeg Jets. Brad Marchand, who will have a...
Boston Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli says Canucks coach Alain Vigneault's remarks against Brad Marchand inappropriate and unprofessional.