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BOSTON -- It will be a clash of two hot teams at the TD Garden on Thursday night, but at least one red-hot goaltender will be sitting it out. The Bruins, fresh off three straight wins by a combined goal count of 18-5, will host Edmonton, which comes in having won seven of its last eight games. Veteran goalie Nikolai Khabibulin has been a huge part of that success, starting the season with a 7-0-2 record, 0.98 goals-against average and .964 save percentage. But Khabibulin will get the night off, with the Oilers starting backup Devan Dubnyk instead. Dubnyk is...

Bruins Mailbag: Despite Tyler Seguin's Emergence, Peter Chiarelli Must Sign David Krejci

It took a month longer than they would have liked, but the Bruins finally seem to have found their game. After managing just three wins and 21 goals in 10 games in October, Boston has already won each of its first three games in November, scoring 18 goals in those three contests. Tyler Seguin has played a big role in that. He leads the Bruins with 8-7-15 totals in 13 games and recorded...

Boston Bruins Get 4 In a Row...Have they Found Their Groove?

The Boston Bruins are on a tear as they add the hot Edmonton Oilers to their list of defeated teams to extend their win streak to four games. After the Bruins had their 4-7-0 start in October, the Bruins were outscored 24-27. November, on the other hand, looked like the Bruins turned on a switch. In the four games that they have played thus far, they have won all of them and...

Send Andy Brickley a Question to Be Answered During Bruins-Oilers Game on Thursday

The Bruins are hot, but the Oilers are hotter. As the B's shoot for their fourth straight win, we're hoping you can shoot Andy Brickley a question regarding the Bruins or the NHL in general. Andy Brickley will answer one question from a fan during every Thursday night Bruins game on NESN this season. Leave your question in the comments section below, and watch the Bruins...

Grindin Gears: Call Them The Boston Buttahs Cause They're On A Roll

I apologize that this is my third ******* attempt to write this post because Google Chrome sucks more balls than a Kardashian family get together (sponsored by E!). Seriously. I wrote out a beautiful post the first time, went to hit "apply" and the only thing Google Chrome applied was a fist to my testicles. So, stupidly, I typed out a not so beautiful post in hopes to...

All Your Base Are Belong to Them. BRUINS WIN.

Four wins in a row. Outscoring opponents 24-8 in that span. Complete and utter domination.The Bruin are undefeated in November after an absolutely atrocious October and are really resembling the Bruins that won the Stanley Cup. Before the game the only take was Taylor vs Tyler and who is the better player. Who gives a flying Pouliot. We get it, they were drafted back to back but...

Bruins Beat Oilers for Fourth Straight Win

Brad Marchand scored twice, Tyler Seguin had a goal and an assist, and the host Boston Bruins won their fourth straight by beating the Edmonton Oilers, 6-3.

Marchand takes simple approach

Injured center Marc Savard showed off his psychic abilities via Twitter from his Peterborough, Ontario, home, by predicting a Bruins hot streak prior to the team’s 6-2 win over the Islanders Monday.

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endofvid [starttext]WE’RE GOING STREAKING! – Hangover Over, Bruins Begin November on Torrid Pacewritten by Nathan SimpsonWith the 2011-12 NHL season moving from October to November, the Boston Bruinsare finally starting to look like the team that won it all last June, and appear ready to put a roughfirst month behind them. The Bruins began a five game home stand Monday night...

Edwards Excited About UCLA Future

The Bruins' first defensive verbal, Bakersfield (Calif.) Ridgeview cornerback Shannon Edwards, said he hasn't wavered in his commitment and he's looking forward to UCLA...

Edmonton Oilers (9-3-2) at Boston Bruins (6-7-0), 7 p.m. (ET)

The Boston Bruins will try to continue an excellent start to November when they host the surprising Edmonton Oilers for tonight's interconference clash at TD Garden.

Dubnyk to start for Oilers

Whether it translates to a Bruin win or not, the B's will avoid the hottest goaltender in the league tonight as Edmonton coach Tom Renney has decided to sit Nikolai Khabibulin for Devan Dubnyk. Considering Khabibulin's age (38) and the fact that ...

Veterans Day GDT - Game #14:  Red Wings host Oilers (7:30)

DET (7-5-1) are playing game 5 of their 6 game homestand (2-1-1).  The Wings look to extend their modest winning streak to three games, which has seen them outscore the opposition 10-2.  Winning tonight will be no easy task against the Northwest leading Oil (9-4-2).  The Oil do not score (2.33, 23), do not shoot the puck (25.5, 28), and can’t win a draw (47.3, 26); but their...
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