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The Bruins avoided dropping three in a row on Wednesday night in St. Louis, defeating the stingy Blues 4-2. Milan Lucic gave the B's a 2-0 edge early in the first period by tipping home a Joe Corvo shot from the point. And although St. Louis would eventually come back to tie the game, the B's were able to recapture the lead and eventually secure the win, with Lucic's goal serving as a reminder of what Boston needs to do in order to regain its offensive groove. Lucic showed excellent net-front presence to tip the puck past goaltender Brian Elliott,...

M. Ice Hockey. Carter Camper Called Up to Boston Bruins

In a season that has already seen two former RedHawks make their National Hockey League debut, Carter Camper could become the third as he was called up to the Boston Bruins from their American Hockey League affiliate, the Providence Bruins, Boston general manager Peter Chiarelli announced Monday.

Marchand making friends in Buffalo

BUFFALO--It's a good bet that Brad Marchand won't lose any fans here in Buffalo because he didn't have any to begin with, but the Bruins' resident imp surely got under the skin of some more Buffalonians with a wise-guy comment he made about the city during ...

Bruins take ice in Buffalo

BUFFALO – Good afternoon from the First Niagara Center, where the Bruins have started practice. They flew from St. Louis to Buffalo this morning and traveled directly to the rink. Shawn Thornton is not present for practice. Thornton played last...

bWo Shows Up In St. Louis. BRUINS WIN.

The Bruins went into St. Louis and actually showed up. The first period had me feeling like I was tripping on mushrooms because it seemed like a fantasy. The Bruins came out playing hard, scoring goals, getting into fights and opening a 30 rack of whoop ass. It was refreshing to see this team play up to it's capabilities for once. It felt like a November game last night. What...

Marchand, Bruins end Blues' home point streak

Brad Marchand scored twice and Tim Thomas stopped 30 shots to lead the Boston Bruins to a 4-2 win over St. Louis on Wednesday, ending the Blues' team-record point streak at 21 home games.

Recap: St. Louis vs. Boston

Brad Marchand scored twice as Boston doubled up St. Louis, 4-2, at Scottrade Center.

Game 58: Bruins at Blues

ST. LOUIS – Good morning from the Scottrade Center, where the Bruins will face off against the Blues tonight. The Bruins are looking to avoid dropping three in a row for the first time since late October. Carter Camper, recalled...

Bruins-Sabres Preview

The last six weeks have been a struggle for the Northeast Division-leading Boston Bruins. The low point came in Buffalo two weeks ago. The Bruins look to avenge their most lopsided defeat in four years and string together back-to-back victories for the first time since mid-January when they face the Sabres on Friday night at the First Niagara Center. Boston (36-20-2) outscored...

Trade Deadline Options

As the trade deadline looms closer and closer, it becomesmore apparent that the Bruins will be forced to make a move before Monday’sclock strikes 3. This time last season is when Chiarelli pulled off separatetrades that landed Chris Kelly and Peverley in Boston, two essential pieces inthe clubs postseason run. While G.M. Peter Chiarelli said that he would like tokeep his defending...

B's deal Blues first non-OT home loss since Dec.

Brad Marchand scored twice and Tim Thomas stopped 30 shots to lead the Boston Bruins to a 4-2 victory against St. Louis on Wednesday, ending the Blues' team-record point streak at 21 home games.

Lift provided by a new wing

As a right wing, one of David Krejci’s new responsibilities is to be the first man in on the forecheck instead of the third guy high.

Bruins Should Consider Trying to Rattle Ryan Miller With Reminder of Milan Lucic Hit (Video)

Something has got to be done about Ryan Miller. No, the Bruins probably shouldn't run him over again, but maybe a reminder of that Milan Lucic hit could rattle the Sabres goalie. Miller's shut out the Bruins for over five periods of play and is looking awfully confident through two periods on Friday night. NESN Nation's Dan Duquette has some ideas on some mind games the...
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