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The Bruins’ loss Saturday night to the Maple Leafs was a tough pill to swallow. The B’s put forth a solid effort, but weren’t able to capitalize on their opportunities in front of the net.
On top of their offensive woes, the Bruins got caught on their heels in transition, which opened up another can of worms. In the video above, Bruins center Rich Peverley thinks his teammates have control of the puck on the offensive end and proceeds to attempt to get off the ice, presumably for a bit of rest.
The Bruins end up losing the puck and are caught in a 2-on-1 on defense, with Dennis Seidenberg taking on Clark Macarthur and Jean-Michel Liles. The end result is a Maple Leafs goal scored by Nazem Kadri.
The Bruins have a chance to redeem themselves Monday against the Maple Leafs at home, but they’re going to need better communication than this.
Check out the play in the video above.
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So the NHL season is more than half over, and the Bruins sit
near the top of the Eastern Conference yet again. The B's have played some of
the most solid and complete hockey of any team in the NHL this year, resulting
in 43 points through 29 games played. Yet it can be argued that something is missing
from this team. Do they have a sniper that can bury the puck consistently as...
The Bruins were able to pull out a win over the Senators Thursday night, lifting their road trip record to 2-1. The B’s dropped games to the Jets and Penguins last week to start off their four-game road trip.
Dennis Seidenberg scored the game-winner in the final minutes of Thursday’s matchup, capping off a must-win game in order for the Bruins to change the direction of their...
10 a.m. ET: The Bruins have won just once in their last four games, and they have scored just six goals over that stretch. Apparently that’s enough for Claude Julien to make some changes.
The B’s return to Garden ice for the first time since March 16 on Monday night when they finish up a home-and-home with the division rival Toronto Maple Leafs. When the B’s do, it’s expected...
Eventually, the Maple Leafs were going to beat the Bruins again. The manner in which it came Saturday didn’t make it any easier.
Boston out-shot Toronto by a wide margin, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the three-goal deficit they found themselves in early on in the third period. Anton Khudobin was pulled for Tuukka Rask, but the damage was done and the B’s couldn’t get...
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) -- Nirra Fields led UCLA's balanced attack with 13 points and the Bruins rolled to a 66-49 win over Stetson on Saturday in an NCAA first-round game.
The third-seeded Bruins took an 11-0 lead and were never threatened by the 14th-seeded Hatters.
Jasmine Dixon added 10 points and 10 rebounds and Atonye Nyingifa had 10 points and eight rebounds for the spread...
If you did not get to watch this game, don't feel bad, you really only missed about 10 minutes of good hockey. The Bruins beat themselves tonight, plain and simple. Each period started with the Bruins seemingly skating through cement while Toronto noticeably playing for a playoff spot.
In the first period, while Boston was just aimlessly gliding around gave Nazem Kadri,...
Nazem Kadri scored in the first period, and Frazer McLaren added a timely goal in the third as the Toronto Maple Leafs ended an eight-game losing streak to the Bruins with a 3-2 victory on Saturday night.
The Bruins tried to rally from a 3-0 hole in the third period, throwing everything they had at Toronto in the final minutes. The teams will meet again on Monday in Boston.
Caps goaltender Olaf Kolzig's bobblehead as if he's ready to suit up and play again.
Complacency set in over the Bruins at perhaps the worst time in the season. The Bruins started the season winning but now they have to fight for games as the scheduele has began to reflect a lockout induced scheduele.
In the month of March the Bruins are 7-4-1. The Bruins are coming off of a 2-1 win over Ottawa after losing two games in a row to Pittsburgh and Winnipeg. Now the...
Hockey fights are very common, but what is not are the significant events that took place in Buffalo on Thursday night.
Colton Orr, who has a total of 1,026 penalty minutes in his 11-year career, recorded 29 minutes in just two seconds of playing time on Thursday. The Maple Leafs’ right winger not only served two minutes for cross-checking Buffalo’s Patrick Kaleta, but he also...
With only one-third of the NHL season remaining, the Toronto Maple Leafs are sitting at sixth place in the Eastern Conference, and looking to end their eight-year playoff drought. “To look too far forward would be a mistake. We have to stay in the moment and try to get as many wins as possible", said Leafs d-man Cody Franson. "We try to make it so we control our own...
4:40 p.m.: The Bruins held an optional pregame skate at Air Canada Centre on Saturday.
Johnny Boychuk, who left practice early on Friday after taking a puck off the skate, was the lone defenseman not on the ice. He’s listed as day-to-day, and he won’t be dressing for this game. Matt Bartkowski, who was recently called up, will see his first NHL action this season in his place...