Bruins Miss the Playoffs – Now What?
Well, this is it. Almost one year to the day of being eliminated from the 2015 postseason on game 82, it happens again. Déjà vu. Another year with no playoffs in Boston for a team only two seasons removed the Presidents’ Trophy; three from the Stanley Cup Final. Another collapse. For the second season in […]
Who’s To Blame for the Bruins’ Season?
One game. The Boston Bruins have one game left to save their season. No longer in control of their own destiny, the Bruins must beat the Detroit Red Wings in regulation on Thursday to still have a shot at making the playoffs or else this season will end just like last. Via collapse. Going into […]
Boston Bruins Should Be Buyers at the Trade Deadline
The Boston Bruins are going to do something close to, or at the trade deadline. Did that get your attention? Good. Now here’s the truth: no one knows exactly what they’re going to do or who they’re going to target, but the Bruins are almost certainly going to buyers at the trade deadline. It helps […]
On Milan Lucic’s Return to Boston
By now, the Boston Bruins should be used to this. Tim Thomas. Andrew Ference. Shawn Thornton. Johnny Boychuk. Each returned to Boston with a different jersey, but came back to an acknowledgment of the time they spent as a Bruin. It’s a symptom of past success; a stiff reminder of the way things were. There […]
Bruins Taking Advantage of Opportunities in Wins
If the Bruins are going to be successful this season, they’re going to have to come up big when it matters most. Take Friday’s game against the New York Rangers, for example. Down a goal with five minutes left and going on the power play, the Bruins needed to deliver. They did. And then, they […]
Brad Marchand Isn’t Happy With Gabriel Landeskog’s Hit
Brad Marchand won’t exactly come right out and say it, but he isn’t pleased with Gabriel Landeskog. “I know I got hit in the head and that’s all I was concerned about—my well-being and making sure I was okay. That’s it” That was Marchand’s reaction after getting side-swiped by Landeskog’s hit early in the second […]
Full Season of Krejci Could Be the Difference for the Bruins
The Boston Bruins defense suffered because Zdeno Chara missed 19 games last season. That’s the story, right? Aside from trading Johnny Boychuk and putting in a dent in the traditionally-deep Boston blue line, Chara’s absence played a big role in the downward spiral that was the Bruins’ 2014-15 season. The offense suffered last season, too. […]
What Will August Bring for the Bruins?
Aside from the 2016 Winter Classic announcement at Gillette Stadium, the last four weeks totally contrast whatever it was that happened with the Boston Bruins from June 25 to July 6. Meaning, it’s been quiet – too quiet for an offseason that was on track to be one of the team’s strangest in recent history. […]
The Bruins Will Be Fun To Watch in 2015-16
In the last two weeks, the Boston Bruins became one of the most polarizing teams in the NHL. They traded away the organization’s eventual #1 defenseman for a lousy return, followed by one of the team’s most popular players for a decent return, in two separate deals. They re-signed a defenseman who played in only […]
What’s the Bruins Offseason Plan?
With the NHL season finally over, the focus of every team now shifts to the offseason. For the Boston Bruins and new general manager Don Sweeney, that focus has been […]
Were the Bruins Playoff Chances Ever Real?
It was a question asked all season long: Could the Bruins really miss the playoffs? Everyone wanted to know if the Bruins playoff chances were really in doubt and if […]
Bruins Get a Boost of Confidence in Win Against Rangers
Going into Saturday’s game, it seemed unlikely that the Bruins would score three goals. In the first period. Against the New York Rangers. With Henrik Lundqvist in net. It all […]
The Bruins Are Stunned…Again
Approximately 25 minutes after Ryan Getzlaf scored the game-winning goal, the final score was still showing on the scoreboard at the TD Garden. This isn’t anything new, in fact, it […]
Two Steps Back: Bruins Lose to the Sabres
Here we are, 12 games remaining in the 2014-15 NHL regular season, and we’re still wondering if the Boston Bruins are going to make playoffs. The Bruins won five straight […]
Bruins Survive a Crazy Game of Hockey
On Thursday, the Boston Bruins proved that they can hang with the Tampa Bay Lightning. But only hang. It wasn’t an overwhelmingly convincing victory, but in a game that included […]
Could the Shootout Doom Bruins Playoff Hopes?
Claude Julien thinks that shootouts suck. He said that – those exact words – when asked why his team struggles so much in the extra time, skills competition portion of […]
Will a Bruins Trade Change Anything?
By Monday afternoon at 3:01 pm, there is a chance that the Boston Bruins roster looks different. It’s common knowledge that the Bruins have made several inquiries and that General […]
What Do You Root For?
Here is what happened Tuesday night in Boston: The Vancouver Canucks beat the Boston Bruins, 2-1, even though Boston outshot Vancouver, 41-28. The Bruins couldn’t solve Canucks’ goaltender Eddie Lack, […]
How Safe is Peter Chiarelli’s Job in Boston?
Winless in five straight games and 3-4-3 in their last 10, the Boston Bruins are entering panic mode. Officially. For real, this time. Here’s why. The Bruins are, to the […]
Canadiens Continue to Trouble the Bruins
The Bruins’ last win against the Montreal Canadiens came on Saturday, May 10 – Game 5 of the 2013-14 Eastern Conference Semifinals. Since then, the Canadiens have beaten the Bruins […]
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