Found November 08, 2011 on
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Daniel Paille Suffers Facial Injury Blocking Shot, Putting Damper on Another Resounding Bruins Victory

BOSTON -- The Bruins have had plenty to celebrate in the past week, as they've finally put together their first winning streak of the season and outscored opponents 18-5 in the last three games. But Monday night's 6-2 triumph over the New York Islanders at the Garden also had a somber moment early in the third when Bruins forward Daniel Paille was struck in the face by a...

Benoit Pouliot Opens Bruins' Six-Goal Attack by Ending Personal Scoring Drought

BOSTON -- Benoit Pouliot's tenure with the Bruins hasn't been the smoothest of rides so far, but the forward at least started to turn things in the right direction on Monday night. Pouliot scored his first goal of the season -- his first as a member of the Bruins -- just 1:32 into Monday's game with the Islanders to set the tone for what turned out to be a 6-2 Bruins...

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 Daniel Paille Takes Slap Shot To The Face (Video)

For those of you who are squeamish, you probably should stop right here at this point of the post since it all goes down hill from here. During last night's Boston Bruins/New York Islanders affair, Boston's Daniel Paille was hit in the face by a puck shot by Steve Staios: (Courtesy of Puck Daddy)

Brian Rolston Recalls Time in Boston Fondly, Happy to See Tim Thomas, Bruins Raise Stanley Cup Last Spring

BOSTON -- Brian Rolston spent the first half of the last decade in Boston, so he understands a little about the Bruins' long wait for a Stanley Cup championship and how much it meant to the city to finally win it this past spring. "It must have been pretty exciting," Rolston said. "I'm happy for the organization. I spent four years of my career here and it...

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Tonight's Bruins lineup

Based on pregame warmups: Milan Lucic-David Krejci-Nathan Horton Brad Marchand-Patrice Bergeron-Tyler Seguin Jordan Caron-Chris Kelly-Benoit Pouliot Daniel Paille-Gregory Campbell-Shawn Thornton Zdeno Chara-Johnny Boychuk Dennis Seidenberg-Joe Corvo Andrew Ference-Adam McQuaid Tuukka Rask Tim Thomas * Evgeni Nabokov (1-2-0, 2.23 GAA, .927...

VIDEO: Bruins’ Dan Paille Taking a Slapshot Off the Face is Frightening

That is a lot of blood... Very scary moment in tonight’s Bruins-Islanders game, when Boston winger Dan Paille takes a Steve Staios slapshot clean off the face.  Fortunately Paille is one of those players who believes in wearing a visor, otherwise this could have been infinitely worse. Paille was able to get off the ice under his own power, holding a towel to his face to stem the...

Bruins net six in win over Islanders

Tuukka Rask was getting frustrated that the season was a month old and he had yet to win a game. His teammates knew they were letting him down. ''He's bailed us out a lot of times,'' Bruins forward Nathan Horton said. ''We obviously want to give him confidence. He's a great goaltender, and we've got to play better in front of him.'' Rask...

Send Bruins Reporter Douglas Flynn a Question for His Weekly Mailbag

For the first time this season, the Bruins put together back-to-back wins, and the offense finally picked up the pace. A five-goal outburst against the Senators and a touchdown against the Maple Leafs was sorely needed for the B's, who still sit in the basement of the Eastern Conference. Even so, the recent performances of the club's top line, as well as the first career...

B's batter Isles, out of East cellar

BOSTON (AP) Tuukka Rask was getting frustrated that the season was a month old and he had yet to win a game. His teammates knew they were letting him down.

Daniel Paille Takes a Steve Staios Slap Shot to the Face (Video)

NHL players are grown men, which means they get to make their own decisions.  While more and more players are opting to wear a shield each year, there are still plenty who refuse.  I’m not here to advocate that the NHL start forcing players to wear shields or a full cage since injuries are not [...]

NHL Roundup: Bruins offense coming alive

Nathan Horton had two goals and an assist, and Tuukka Rask stopped 24 shots to earn his first win of the season and lead the Boston Bruins to a 6-2 victory against the visiting New York Islanders. The win pulled the defending Stanley Cup champions out of last place in the East. They have won three in a row for the first time this season.

Peverley out for tonight

Bruins forward Rich Peverley will not play tonight for the Bruins as they take on their fellow cellar-dwellers, the New York Islanders. Coach Claude Julien called it a "minor, undisclosed injury" that just hasn't gotten better with rest. Peverley missed the two practice sessions prior to ...
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