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With the holidays in the rear-view mirror, the Bruins will now set their sights on closing out 2011 strong, beginning with a Wednesday night game against the Phoenix Coyotes. The Bruins, despite their slow start, have come on like a locomotive and show no signs of slowing down as the calendar turns to 2012. One of the positives for the Bruins coming into this season was the continuity between this year's roster and the one that won the Stanley Cup a few short months ago. As it stands now, however, the B's have close to $3 million in cap room...

Finally: Corvo, Pouliot not sucking & starting to fit in

It took a couple of months but it appears that Joe Corvo and Benoit Pouliot are finally fitting in with the Boston Bruins style of play.Their slow starts shouldn't be too surprising. The Bruins base of operations is "defense first" and getting used to Claude Julien's way of playing the game requires some adjustment time and a heavy dose of patience.Take Pouliot...

Bruins Protect Net Better Than Any Team in NHL Thanks to Tim Thomas, Tuukka Rask

The Bruins are cruising and it's mostly thanks to their two-headed monster between the pipes. The B's have allowed a league-best 62 goals-against this season, seven fewer than the second-place Rangers. Not too shabby. Tuukka Rask and Tim Thomas are among the league leaders when it comes to keeping the biscuit out of the basket this season. Rask is first in save percentage...

Rask back in for B’s

GLENDALE, Az. -- Tuukka Rask, the Bruins' backup who would be a starter on many NHL teams, seeks his third successive shutout tonight when the B's return to action against the Phoenix Coyotes. Rask had shutouts in his last two games, vs. Los Angeles and Florida, and takes a shutout ...

Patrice Bergeron's Life Documented for 36 Hours as Part of NBC Sports Network's 'NHL 36' Series

HBO's 24/7 series has once again drawn rave reviews from hockey fans this season, but those Bruins fans looking for a more in-depth look at one of their own players now have a chance to do so. The NHL and NHL Original Productions announced that Patrice Bergeron will be the next player profiled in the all-access series NHL 36. Fans looking for a glimpse of a 36-hour span in Bergeron...

Patrice Bergeron Admits Being Self-Conscious During Filming for 'NHL 36,' Discusses What to Expect

Patrice Bergeron will be featured on NHL Original Production's all-access series NHL 36 on the NBC Sports Network on Jan. 4. The filming, however, took place on Tuesday and will proceed into Wednesday as the B's get prepared to do battle with the Phoenix Coyotes. NESN's Naoko Funayama caught up with the Bruins alternate captain to ask him what it feels like to be followed...

After 14-month wait, Coyotes meet Bruins

It's been more than 14 months since the Phoenix Coyotes last had to face the Boston Bruins. Based on Boston's results since then, the Coyotes may wish they could wait even longer. The Bruins try to extend their latest lengthy winning streak to seven as they emerge from their Christmas break to begin a brief southwestern swing Wednesday night against Phoenix. This will...

View From The Sin Bin: Boston Bruins: Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’

Sin Bin's view after Tim Marchand's hat trick, 12/23TheBoston Bruins continue their domination of the NHL with an 8-0 shellacking ofthe Florida Panthers. The win was the B’s sixth in a row. 20-2-1 since November1. Not much to say but…wow. Tim Thomas and Tuukka Rask are both at the top oftheir games. The offense is firing on all cylinders. Even the power play looksstrong...

Seguin is seeing strong signals

BEDFORD - Tyler Seguin was concerned with the Bruins’ quality rather than quantity as the team prepared for a two-game road trip yesterday.

Which Play Will Be the Bruins' Amica Coverage Play of the Week?

This week's two Amica Coverage Play of the Week nominees give a good indication of the number of ways in which the Bruins can score goals. The first play, a goal scored by Milan Lucic against the Florida Panthers during an 8-0 rout on Friday night, shows how capable the B's are of cleaning up the garbage in front of the net. They set up a "Power-I" formation, a...

Seidenberg’s OT blast lead’s Bruins past Phoenix

The Bruins ran their winning streak to seven games tonight with an overtime victory in Phoenix, beating the Coyotes 2-1. In what was an uneventful game with no clear push from either side, the Bruins continued to prove that they can win in any number of ways. David Krejci scored his seventh goal of the season just 47 seconds into the game to put Boston ahead 1-0 early. Ray Whitney...

Adam McQuaid Bloodies Raffi Torres After Coming to Defense of Andrew Ference

Adam McQuaid is no stranger to coming to the defense of his teammates. But his beatdown on Wednesday night was one of the Bruins defenseman's more impressive victories. Coyotes forward Raffi Torres delivered a questionable shoulder/elbow to Andrew Ference's chin as the two raced for the puck in the Boston zone. In typical Bruins fashion, McQuaid came to Ference's defense...

They'll punch your face off of your face. BRUINS WIN.

(This is going to be a short recap. We're working on something else)What an ugly, ugly game. Seriously. Just ugly. But a win is a win. How about them B's? Wasn't it nice of them to tank in October to spot the rest of the league a few points before they came out firing?This game was uglier than that guy/girl you woke up next to last weekend and couldn't remember if...

Seidenberg lifts Bruins over Coyotes in OT

Defenseman Dennis Seidenberg scored 58 seconds into overtime to give the Boston Bruins a 2-1 win over the Phoenix Coyotes on Wednesday night.

Coyotes optimistic after overtime loss to Bruins

Before the puck even dropped between the reigning Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins and the Coyotes, the odds of skating away with a victory didn't seem to be in the home team's favor.

Bruins make quick work of OT, best Coyotes

Defenseman Dennis Seidenberg scored 58 seconds into overtime to give the Boston Bruins a 2-1 win over the Phoenix Coyotes on Wednesday night.
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