By: Thomas Nyström | Follow Me On Twitter @nahstrom
Boston Bruins F Jake DeBrusk was seen wearing a walking boot on his left foot after yesterday’s practice and was also noticeably uncomfortable while running drills with the team Wednesday. It is unclear at this point what exactly DeBrusk may be battling but this is obviously a concern to the red-hot Bruins who are currently on a 17-game point streak.
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The NHL’s Department of Player Safety announced that they will have a hearing today with Ottawa Senators’ Mark Borowiecki for the forearm he threw at Bruins’ rookie defenseman Urho Vaakanianen on Tuesday night.
The 1st period play took place when the Bruins were unable to capitalize on a loose puck in Ottawa’s crease. Vaakanainen entered the scrum from the blue line and Borowiecki put his left
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By: Thomas Nyström | Follow me on Twitter @nahstrom
Icethetics.co is reporting that a ‘confidential source’ gave them a look at the much talked about jerseys for the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks 2019 Winter Classic to be played on January 1, 2019 at Notre Dame Stadium.
A typically creditable and reputable reference for all hockey jersey-related news and notes, I strongly believe that what Icethetics
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This season has shown us a number of things for the Boston Bruins, one being that the team doesn’t quit. Multiple times throughout the 2017-2018 campaign we have seen the B’s mount comeback after comeback, third period shockers, and thrilling finishes. They now find themselves in a one game hole going into Friday evenings contest and
By Thomas Nyström | Follow on twitter @nahstrom
According to his sources, Joe McDonald of the Boston Sports Journal is reporting that Bruins defenseman Brandon Carlo suffered a broken left fibula in this afternoons 5-1 win over the Florida Panthers.
The injury happened when Carlo was in the defensive corner going after the puck one-on-one with the Florida’s Aleksander Barkov midway through the third period. Carlo’s left skate
In my ongoing series of columns surrounding the remaining Bruins regular season and expectations, today I’m going to dive into their most recent stretch of road games. As stated in the previous installment, this past week was a sizable test for the banged-up B’s as they traveled to St. Louis, Dallas, Minnesota, and Winnipeg. All of
We were all warned. Hell, I even warned you that the upcoming schedule was daunting a few weeks ago: https://blackngoldhockey.com//2018/03/07/predicting-the-rest-of-the-season-bruins-final-record/
Here’s the updated remaining schedule:
Wednesday March 22 @ STL 8:00 PM ET
Friday March 23 @ DAL 8:30 PM ET
Sunday March 25 @ MIN 7:30 PM ET
Tuesday March 27 @ WPG 8:00 PM ET
Thursday March 29
The National Hockey League’s Department of Player Safety announced today that Boston Bruins RW David Backes has been suspended for three games the hit Tuesday on Detroit’s Frans Nielsen. The suspension is without pay and under the terms of the Collective Bargaining Agreement and based on his average annual salary Backes will forfeit nearly $97,000.
The incident took place with
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Last nights 6-5 overtime win over the visiting Detroit Red Wings marked the beginning of the stretch-run for the rest of the regular season. It was also the first of what will be a Bruins game every other day until the end of the schedule. This will no doubt be a trying and tough few weeks for the