The NHL apparently thinks that grabbing your family jewels is much worse than whacking the boys with a stick. What do you think, did the NHL get it backwards or […]
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The narrative has always been that Patrice Bergeron was the underrated one. And that’s true–or it least it used to be. Nowadays, you can make the argument that Bergeron is […]
“Anyone but the Canadiens.” That would be my answer as to who I’d like to see the Boston Bruins face in the playoffs. And could you blame me? Prior to […]
It seems like a distant memory now, doesn’t it? No goals in his first eight games, and then just five goals spread over his next 21. For a guy who […]
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 […]
During his short time with the Boston Bruins, defenseman Kevan Miller has been impressive. Having only logged 16 career games, all coming this season, Miller has solidified his spot in […]
Though things have been far less ugly for the Buffalo Sabres, the road ahead is going to be full of road blocks and tough sledding. Today, they decided to shake […]
By Mike Miccoli Milan Lucic has a gash on his nose. Zdeno Chara is sporting a black-eye. Not even halfway through the 2013-14 NHL season and the Boston Bruins’ battle wounds […]
By Mike Miccoli It’s not always pretty, but this one was. With a little less than three and half minutes left in overtime, Jarome Iginla hustled the puck into Carolina’s […]
Maybe it was just what the Bruins needed: five games at home to find their collective energy and accumulate some movement in the standings.
After their first lengthy home-stand of the season, the Bruins leave the TD Garden on Thursday night collecting nine of ten possible points, capped off with a 3-2 overtime win against the Columbus Blue Jackets. For a team that was a bit inconsistent to start the season, it was a step in the right direction even if the full-60 minute effort still isn’t there.
The first month of the Boston Bruins season is just about in the books, they have one more game tonight against the Anaheim Ducks, and it’s already been an eventful […]
With about 100 seconds left in Saturday’s game, the Boston Bruins were clinging onto a one-goal lead against the one-win New Jersey Devils. After a double-minor high sticking call against Torey Krug, followed by a delay of game penalty on Patrice Bergeron, the Bruins would be outnumbered by two. Exit Martin Brodeur, approximately 39 minutes later than everyone would have guessed after allowing three goals on eight shots in the first period, enter the extra attacker for the Devils, who were already two for three on the power play, and you’d double the amount of New Jersey skaters on the ice against Boston’s.
It only took 23 seconds for the Devils to score twice on the power play to take the lead and the eventual 4-3 win.
Game of seconds, right?