It’s a simple enough theory: when you want to keep the team with the most power play goals in the NHL from scoring, you have to stay out of the […]
Articles by: Mike Miccoli
It’s usually the other way around. You know, with David Krejci feeding passes to either Milan Lucic or Jarome Iginla, his power forward linemates who have a knack for shooting […]
The NHL Trade Deadline is a weird time. For the next week, endless rumors and speculation will come across all channels about teams looking to improve or sell off their […]
After some constant battling in the corners against David Booth of the Vancouver Canucks on Tuesday night, Johnny Boychuk laid out the winger as the second period came to a […]
Dougie Hamilton won’t remember today’s goal.”I usually blank out,” Hamilton said after the game when asked about his thought process when trying to score. “I usually look for who’s with […]
Tuukka Rask skated towards the bench halfway through the second period, after allowing the third goal of the game. He leaned in to say something to Chad Johnson, his in-game […]
Tim Thomas is still a Boston sports hero. I think. Maybe. Actually, I’m not sure. Here’s why. It had been awhile since a “Thomas, Thomas…” chant rained down from the […]
There is a crowd of people in front of Brad Marchand‘s stall in the Boston Bruins locker room. From the perimeter, you’re able to see the top of the Bruins […]
By Mike Miccoli It almost felt like we had been there before. We have, actually. Last spring. The Bruins were down 4-2 in a game against the Toronto Maple Leafs […]
The names on the score sheet will only tell you so much. For an injury-depleted Boston Bruins team, it’s more than just goals, assists, and saves–it’s where they came from.
Out of the 19 players that the Bruins dressed on Thursday night, 11 have spent time playing with the Providence Bruins, Boston’s AHL affiliate. Six of them played an important role in Thursday’s 3-2 overtime win against the Nashville Predators. One of them picked up his first career NHL win in his first start with Boston.
The Boston Bruins’ 5-0 win over the Ottawa Senators on Friday night meant a little something more than just another tally in the win column.
For Reilly Smith, who scored twice in the third period, it was the game where he gained the lead in goals scored for the Bruins with his 14 tallies. For the team itself, thanks to Smith’s two scores, it was the first time since December of 1929 that a Bruin has scored at least two or more goals in seven straight games. For Tuukka Rask, the 33-save shutout was enough to earn him his 20th win of the season, a milestone he has only hit once before in his NHL career.
By Mike Miccoli It’s the second week of December and the Boston Bruins are about to go on their most important road trip of the season, even if it doesn’t […]