Found February 16, 2012 on
The Boston Bruins continue to swing like a pendulum from good to bad. The only thing consistent about the Bruins these days is that they're inconsistent. The Bruins are just 5-5 in their last 10 games and haven’t won two consecutive games since Jan 12. Will the B's be able to clean it up in time for the postseason? Bovada seems to think so, as they give the B's good odds to repeat as champs. Check out Bovada's odds to win the 2012 Stanley Cup below. Vancouver Canucks: 6/1 Boston Bruins: 13/2 Thomas Still In The Firestorm Bruins All-Star goaltender...

Tim Thomas, Benoit Pouliot Lead Bruins in 'Road Trip Rally' Win Over Canadiens

Maybe a road trip is just what the Bruins need to right themselves. The B's pulled out a much-needed win in Montreal after coughing up a 3-1 lead in the third period, but the Black and Gold prevailed in a shootout thanks to Tim Thomas' stellar goaltending. Benoit Pouliot's highlight-reel goal against his former team helped too, and the Bruins began their six-game road...

Rich Peverley to Miss 4-6 Weeks With MCL Sprain

The Bruins have gotten the news on forward Rich Peverley, and while his season isn't over, the B's will be without the forward for at least a month. Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli announced that Peverley has a third degree sprained MCL in his right knee and will be out for 4-6 weeks. Peverley suffered the injury on Wednesday night in Montreal when he collided with...

Benoit Pouliot Only Scores Highlight Reel Goals

En route to an eventual shootout win, the Boston Bruins took on the Montreal Canadiens in a battle of Original Six franchises that featured some great fighting, some great goaltending and this incredibly pretty goal from Bruins forward Benoit Pouliot. Pouliot only has 9 goals on the season but when he scores, he does so very prettily. You might remember this insanely beautiful goal...

Video: Habs fans cheer after Chara is hit by puck

How far is too far? Hockey fans cheer for big hits and fights. When two guys drop the gloves, they want the guy on their team to rearrange the other guy’s face. It’s worse with rivals. Fan bases can develop an unbelievable hatred for one another, and no two groups of fans are a better example of that than the Bruins and Canadiens. That being said, is cheering when a rival...

Game 56: Bruins at Jets

WINNIPEG – Good morning from the MTS Centre, where the Bruins will face off against the Jets tonight. This is the second match of their six-game road trip. Rich Peverley (knee) will not play tonight. Peverley is not expected to...

Ty Anderson: Peverley out 4-6 weeks from knee-on-knee hit; Rask vs. Jets

Game-day in Winnipeg comes with a dose of bad news. By dose, I mean cup. Boston winger Rich Peverley will be out for the next four to six weeks with a 'third degree' MCL sprain. The injury came on an uncalled knee-on-knee hit from Montreal's (who was traded to Nashville as I wrote this) Hal Gill. Adding to the Boston woes headlined by the concussion to Nathan...

Peverley returns to Boston for injury evaluation; no hearing for Marchand

Bruins winger Rich Peverley, who was injured in a knee-on-knee hit with Montreal's Hal Gill last night at the Bell Centre, returned to Boston this morning and will be evaluated by team doctors, according to coach Claude Julien.

Daniel Paille's Backhand Goal Wins Amica Coverage Play of the Week

The Bruins' fourth line has turned in some invaluable performances this year, and Saturday's game against the Nashvillle Predators saw another excellent effort from Gregory Campell's unit. While being heavily defended in the corner of the Nashville zone, Daniel Paille was able to gain separation from the Predators' Kevin Klein and pass the puck to fellow winger Shawn...

Rich Peverley Returning to Boston to Be Evaluated After Leaving With Injury in Montreal

The NHL trade deadline is approaching and more and more, it looks like the Bruins may have to seriously pursue some help up front. With winger Nathan Horton already out indefinitely with a concussion, the B's could be without Rich Peverley in the near future. Claude Julien told reporters on Thursday in Montreal that the forward is being sent back to Boston to be evaluated after...

Bruins Live Blog: B's Continue Quest for Consistency in Next Stop of Long Road Trip in Winnipeg

8 a.m. ET: The Bruins flirted with disaster in the opening game of their six-game road trip, squandering a two-goal lead in the third period in Montreal on Wednesday. But Boston pulled out a needed 4-3 win as Tyler Seguin scored the only goal in the shootout. Seguin and the Bruins now return to Winnipeg, where the young star hit the low point of his breakthrough season. Seguin was...

Bruins Week Ahead

THIS WEEK’S NEWS, NOTES AND NUMBERS... PEVERLEY OUT 4-6 WEEKS: Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli announced on Friday that forward Rich Peverley will miss 4-6 weeks with a third degree MCL sprain in his right knee. The injury occurred in the third...
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