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Shawn Thornton, P.J. Stock, Terry O'Reilly Among Top 10 Boston Bruins Enforcers of All Time

This week on we are exploring the career of current Bruins enforcer Shawn Thornton, who has become one of the most beloved sports figures in Boston over the course of his first four seasons with the club. But Thornton is just continuing a long and proud tradition of tough guys in Boston, and the players who have performed that most difficult of jobs have always held a special...

Julien: Bruins to rotate goalies

Tim Thomas was far-and-away the top goaltender in the NHL a season ago. This year, he will be fighting for playing time. Boston coach Claude Julien said Tuesday that the Bruins have two No. 1 goalies and will start the season with Thomas and Tuukka Rask splitting time between the pipes. Julien also said the team will ride the hot hand if one of the goalies is having a superior...

Bruins Release Lane MacDermid, Max Sauve From Training Camp, Roster Now Stands at 25

The Bruins announced the release of forwards Lane MacDermaid and Max Sauve from the training camp roster Sunday. The two players will be assigned to Providence. This will be MacDermaid's third season in Providence. In 78 games last year, he scored seven goals and had 12 assists. Sauve will start his second full season in the AHL. He played in 61 games a season ago, scoring 21...

Zdeno Chara, Tim Thomas Among Bodog Favorites to Take Home Norris, Vezina Trophies

Forget the Stanley Cup; will Tim Thomas be able to repeat as a Vezina Trophy winner? Questions like that are what make Las Vegas go, and the world of online gambling is no different. The online betting site Bodog has preseason odds on individual player prop bets and a couple of Bruins players are near the top of the favorites to bring home some hardware this season, according to...

Which Boston Championship Ring From the 2000s Would You Most Want to Own?

Their names already etched onto hockey's most sought-after prize, the members of the 2011 Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins will gather Tuesday night to receive a gift they can show off forever, their Stanley Cup rings. The Black and Gold bling isn't the only ring Boston sports teams have laid claim to in the past decade. In fact, the B's championship is one of seven...

Bruins kick off final week of practice before season opener

Good morning from TD Garden, where the Bruins have the first of two practices this week before Thursday’s season opener against Philadelphia. Lines so far: Milan Lucic-David Krejci-Nathan Horton Brad Marchand-Patrice Bergeron-Rich Peverley Benoit Pouliot/Jordan Caron-Chris Kelly-Tyler Seguin Daniel Paille-Gregory...

READY AND RARIN';Coming off a brilliant rookie season, Bruins' Marchand is eager to strut his stuff

Brad Marchand had a blast after the Bruins won the Stanley Cup. Maybe you heard the stories or saw the photos. Marchand also made the Bruins work a bit before signing a two-year, $5 million contract just a few days before training camp began. Maybe you read about that, too. And maybe, if you're a Bruins fan, you became a little worried by what you heard, read and saw about...

Bruins Ready to Begin Stanley Cup Defense Against Flyers on Thursday After Busy Offseason

The Bruins finished the preseason with a very respectable 4-2 record. Now, they're ready to get their Stanley Cup defense under way. The B's will open up the 2011-12 regular season against the Philadelphia Flyers at TD Garden. Prior to the game, the team's championship banner will be raised to the rafters, which will certainly be a memorable moment for all those in attendance...

Tim Thomas: No. 1 in the NHL, No. 1a on the Bruins

Tim Thomas won the Vezina Trophy, the Conn Smythe Trophy and the Stanley Cup last season -- everything he could, it seems, except the job as the Boston Bruins' No. 1 goalie.

Video- Boston Bruins Receive Their Rings

Players, management and owner react to the rings.

Bruins go on team-building trip in quest to repeat

The defending Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins have a lot of games at home to start the season, and coach Claude Julien was worried about the effect this might have on his team.

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Still affected by hits

Marc Savard recently underwent a medical examination in his hometown of Peterborough, Ontario, according to Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli. The test showed that Savard’s post-concussion symptoms have yet to wane almost nine months after his 2010-11 season - and most likely his career - ended on Jan. 22.

Mutual goal

Tim Thomas, by virtue of the Vezina and Conn Smythe Trophies he grabbed last year, has earned the right to start tomorrow’s season opener for the Bruins against Philadelphia. Tuukka Rask could be in net Saturday against Tampa Bay.

B's Krejci ready for center stage;With Savard gone, center looking to be the top gun

BOSTON - There's no longer any question. It has been obvious, since he scored 73 points in his first full NHL season (2008-09), that David Krejci possessed the talent to be the center on a No. 1 offensive line. The point was pounded home last spring, when he led the NHL with 23 points in 25 playoff games, and topped the Bruins with 12 postseason goals. Krejci, however, has...
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