Despite the Tampa Bay Lightning’s Game 7 loss to the Boston Bruins on Friday night, their season has been a huge success. In the past three seasons, they have averaged […]
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It’s been a long season. Since the drop of the puck in Prague on Saturday, October 9, this Boston Bruins have played 99 games. Friday’s Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Tampa Bay Lightning will be game number 100 for the Bruins. Their 100th game of the year, just happens to be the 60 minutes they’d need to win in order to earn a trip to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1990. It’s been a long season. It’s been an even longer series.
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent After the first period in Game 4, things were looking pretty good for the Boston Bruins. Up 3-0 in Tampa Bay, the B’s seemed […]
After the Bruins barely held on to win 6-5 over the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 2, they won in a much more convincing fashion in Game 3, helping Tim […]
Calling it a career is exactly what Fredrik Modin had in mind this morning. Although most would label it as a career involving dreams that came true. When Modin officially […]
On Wednesday night the Boston Bruins escaped with a wild win over the Tampa Bay Lightning to tie their Eastern Conference Final series at one apiece. The 6-5 final score […]
Amassing five points and an average faceoff percentage of 71.4 percent in the four-game set, Patrice Bergeron was a solid piece for the Boston Bruins in the last series against […]
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent May 23, 1992. That date may not be etched into the memories of sports fans, but for the Boston Bruins organization it signifies their […]
Boston Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli was a busy man at the trade deadline. After staying quiet last season, Chiarelli shuffled a number of bodies around this year in an attempt […]
It may be a bit premature to begin looking towards there off-season. There are still five teams battling for the right to hoist Lord Stanley’s Cup. However, there […]
The NHL has released the schedule for the Eastern Conference Finals and Western Conference Finals based on multiple playoff scenarios.
The 2010-2011 Washington Capitals season ended Wednesday night as the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated them 5-3 and completed the series in a 4-0 sweep. The stark difference between the Capitals’ […]