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BOSTON — Heading into the 2013 Stanley Cup Final, most fans were expecting a seven-game dogfight. Now, four games into this Chicago-Boston matchup, the players are looking at what remains to be a three-game series start Saturday in The Windy City.
The B’s coughed up their first home loss in over a month on Wednesday night, dropping a rare 11-goal contest in overtime, when Brent Seabrook buried the Blackhawks game-winner to give the visitors a 6-5 win.
From the start, this didn’t look or feel like a game the Bruins were comfortable with.
“It [was] one of those games that was very up-and-down,” center Patrice Bergeron said. “We had some breakdowns that we need to adjust, but we did some good things to come back in the game also.”
Bergeron should talk — he was full of good things, once again, for the Black and Gold. The centerman tallied two goals in the loss giving him nine here in the second season. He has four goals in four games this series and has now logged at least 23 minutes in...
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Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask is a stone cold gangsta. In his second year as a starter, the 26 year old Savonlinna, Finland native has led his team to the 2013 Stanley Cup Final and making people forget about that Tim Thomas guy.
But what of the young Rask?
Well step into the Black & Gold time machine for Bruins Throwback Thursday!
(PHOTO: Kiss My Rask)
(PHOTO: Kiss My Rask)...
It’s crazy to think that were already talking about game four of the Stanley Cup Finals. Feels like it was just yesterday that the Bruins were starting this quest for the Cup, and now they’re only two games away from hoisting the cup. Before fans start busting out the champagne, and making parade plans the B’s still have a long way to go before that can happen. For those that...
Talk about over the top... Here's the first goal that was scored by Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron on the power play to make the game 4-3 in the waning moments of the second period. Bergeron would score again to open the third period to tie the game. Bergeron now has (9g-6a—15pts) in the Stanley cup playoffs.
Breaking it down further, Bergeron now has (6g-2a—8pts...
The Bruins are still in the midst of playing into the summer, but it’s never too early to start thinking about one of the club’s summer staples.
The Boston Bruins Foundation will host its annual Boston Harbor cruise on Wednesday, July 24. The proceeds from the event will help raise money for the 2013 Boston Bruins Foundation Pan-Mass Challenge Bike Team.
Fans in attendance will...
And now Bruins Stanley Cup-cakes…..there is no doubt that all of New England is in a tizzy over their favorite hockey team.
Sophisticakes of Windham, New Hampshire has a winning line-up for Bruins and gourmet cupcakes lovers alike. Cheer on the Black & Gold as you bite into a Puck Bunny, Bananas for Bergeron or a Marchand Mint.
Putting Brad Marchand and Andrew Shaw on the ice at the same time creates a powder keg of agitation — one that finally blew up in the closing seconds of Game 3 on Monday. As Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara and Blackhawks winger Bryan Bickell dropped the gloves in front of the Boston net, Marchand and Shaw did the same. The fights did not exactly follow “hockey code,” as a particularly...
Gregory Campbell will not once suit up for the Boston Bruins during the Stanley Cup Finals. Should the Bruins win, he will not get to take the legendary lap around the rink, with Lord Stanley’s Cup raised high above his head.
But Campbell’s sacrifice, ability to play through pain, and will to win are a huge reason the Bruins championship dreams are still alive.
On Tuesday night’s episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, host Fallon handed out his own “Late Night yearbook superlatives,” as he’s wont to do, with members of the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks as the lucky recipients. Needless to say, they’re all pretty hilarious, but in my humble opinion the ones for Brad Marchand, Michael Frolik and Michal Handzus stand out...
Too tired to write a good intro. And too disappointed. Both teams deserved to lose that one. Crazy game. Too many defensive breakdowns Too many missed chances.
Exactly how we feel Jagr, Blah. Saturday can't get here soon enough. Bruins will get this done.
- Lucic is hitting EVERYONE. He might've even body checked a zamboni. Zamboni is...
Do you see random sh$% while driving to work and think it needs to be seen by the masses? Does the guy who sits next to you at w…
BOSTON — The Bruins picked a pretty bad night to have a very un-Bruins-like performance. The B’s were “average” at best in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final, which means it’s now a best-of-three series for the Stanley Cup.
Boston dropped a 6-5 overtime heart-breaker on Wednesday night at TD Garden in a game that was very out of character for the usually defensive-minded Bruins...
By Mitch Cole (@DirtyWaterBuzz)
With a 2-1 series lead, the Boston Bruins are looking to put the Chicago Blackhawks in a strangle-hold tonight before they return to Chicago for Game Five.
The Bruins took Game Three 2-0, and the Blackhawks began to show frustration at the end of the game. Bryan Bickell got into it with Zdeno Chara, and Andrew Shaw dropped the gloves with...
Here's the video of the dust-up from the first period. Things getting nasty between the Boston Bruins and the Chicago Blackhawks. Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shawn appears to have taken a bit of a dive, or not. Shaw has been in his office all series long, trying to get in the Bruins kitchen. Bruins Rat, Brad Marchand has been performing his magic as well.
In sports, it’s often said that the little things are what wins games when it’s all said and done. It doesn’t matter what sport is being played, when a team out hustles their opponent often time they will be the winner at the end of the night. Throughout the playoffs, the Bruins can be found doing all the little things which is why they have only lost two games in their past...
Can the Bruins put the Stanley Cup Final in a chokehold?
The Chicago Blackhawks lead the Boston Bruins 2-1 in the second period at TD Garden.
Both teams scored their opening goals on Bruins power play chances. Yes, the Blackhawks, who entered the game having come up empty on their past 20 power play opportunities, scored while a man down, taking a 1-0 lead just 6:48 in on a sliding...