In the Boston Bruins 4-2 victory over the Washington Capitals, Jarome Iginla scored his 30th goal of the season, becoming the first Bruin to score 30 goals in a season […]
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First, it was Ulf Samuelsson, then it was Matt Cooke and now Buffalo Sabres’ goon and all around punk John Scott has now become one of the most hated opponents […]
In this day and age, social media is necessary to pass along news and information. Twitter is a great example of this new age in reporting, but sometimes the noise […]
The Boston Bruins made some news over the past couple weeks by locking up two important members of the team via long-term contract extensions: Patrice Bergeron signed for 8-years, $52 […]
With a 3-1 win over the New York Rangers in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference Semifinal series, the Boston Bruins accomplished the following: they eliminated the Rangers from the […]
By Wayne Whittaker, Boston Bruins Correspondent In recent years, Bruins fans may have grown accustomed to playoff overtime games. Thursday night’s Game One victory over the New York Rangers was […]
The Boston Bruins failed to finish off the Maple Leafs in Game 5, but don’t compare this team to the 2010 version.
On March 20th, 2011 in a game against the New York Rangers, Matt Cooke delivered a cheap elbow to the head of Rangers defenseman Ryan McDonagh. Cooke was quickly suspended […]
This isn’t Matt Cooke on Marc Savard. When Brad Marchand slowly guided himself to the ice, clutching the side of his helmet after an illegal elbow from New Jersey defenseman Anton Volchenkov, it didn’t appear that anyone aside from Marchand, Volchenkov, and referee Frederick L’Ecuyer had any clear idea of what happened.
There isn’t much to say about the 2013 Boston Bruins that hasn’t already been said—and that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Prior to Tuesday night’s 4-3 shootout loss to the New York Rangers, the team was off to its best ten-game start in franchise history (8-1-1) behind a torrid goaltender tandem, contributions from all four lines and shrewd coaching from Claude Julien. For right now, the players are clicking and the Bruins are quickly becoming powerhouses of the Eastern Conference. So why does it feel like something is missing?
Because there is.
Some people run the same routine for certain events. Whether it’s the way that someone straps on their goalie pads or even how someone brushes their teeth, routines are a […]
The Boston Bruins’ breakup day came approximately six weeks earlier than it did the season before. During the day’s interviews and meetings, Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli indicated that while he didn’t foresee any major changes, he would like to “add some pieces.” The Bruins will need bottom-six players with one or two to have the potential to move into the top-six group, if necessary. With the current situation as is for the Bruins, here’s a look at five free agent forwards that the Bruins should target.