The Bruins continued their winning ways this Saturday, having beaten the New Jersey 1-0 at TD Garden. This one was mostly a snoozer, as most are against the sorry Devils. When the Devils suck, they play an awfully boring hockey game. It’s been that way for years, and this year was no different. Much of
The Boston Bruins welcomed the surging Tampa Bay Lightning last night, and came away with a resounding 4-1 victory. The Bolts came in having won 9 games in a row. They already post a whopping 102 points. The Bruins are the next best Eastern Conference team with 85. Didn’t matter on this night, as the
Two nights ago the Boston Bruins dismantled the San Jose Sharks, 4-1 at TD Garden. The game featured sexy goals, big hits, and plenty of bad blood. The Bruins first game back from a lengthy road trip brought plenty of emotion, especially from the Captain. 41 year old Captain, Zdeno Chara, and San Jose Shark
2nd round pick in 2019 and fourth-round pick in 2020 for Marcus Johansson, who moves from NJ to BOS, as @JoeyMacHockey first reported. — Bob McKenzie (@TSNBobMcKenzie) February 25, 2019 With regular 60 point scorer, Mark Stone on the move to the Vegas Golden Knights, the Boston Bruins laid another Trade Deadline egg yesterday afternoon.
#NHLBruins acquire Charlie Coyle from @mnwild in exchange for Ryan Donato and a 2019 conditional 5th-round draft pick: https://t.co/nZtMVMXQyw pic.twitter.com/UItmbpDsca — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) February 21, 2019 In the midst of a Six game winning streak, the Boston Bruins added depth to their lineup by trading for Minnesota Wild Center, Charlie Coyle. In return, Minnesota
We’re past the halfway point in the 2019 NHL Regular Season, and the Boston Bruins rest in 3rd place in the Atlantic Division. Despite major injury issues at the beginning of the Season, Bruce Cassidy’s bunch has once again kept the ship afloat. That tells you that the Bruins are kind of good this year,
It’s been awhile since we last discussed puck. Last evening, the Boston Bruins lost their third game in a row, all within the Atlantic Division (Detroit, Florida, Tampa Bay). They are still holding onto a playoff spot right now, as they are 14-10-4 good enough for 32 points. Problem is, the Atlantic Division sports the
JUST IN: #Canadiens announce defenceman Shea Weber will miss five to six months after undergoing knee surgery. pic.twitter.com/VB3bE3ddjh — SportsCentre (@SportsCentre) July 5, 2018 The Montreal Canadiens were dealt a crushing blow last Thursday, as news was made public that Shea Weber would be missing the next 5-6 months due to knee, and ankle surgeries.
John Tavares joins hometown Maple Leafs on 7-year deal https://t.co/CHG64tftcb pic.twitter.com/kGHBETBHwN — CBC Toronto (@CBCToronto) July 1, 2018 July 1st came and went in the NHL, and it was quite an eventful week or so leading up with John Tavares exploring the open market. The Bruins made their pitch to the prized Center, but he
Morning sports update: Islanders star center John Tavares is reportedly interested in meeting with the Bruins https://t.co/2P1S0wkeax pic.twitter.com/pm1t0khPw6 — Boston.com (@BostonDotCom) June 25, 2018 It’s been a while since we talked Bruins, even longer since we talked at all. We are smack dab in the middle of the NHL Off-Season. Last week started it all