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Bruins @ Capitals: Game Recap

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By: Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter / X @adbblue

The Boston Bruins were shutout, losing 2-0 to the Washington Capitals Monday night at Capital One Arena. A desperate Capitals team came to play as their playoff lives were on the line, fighting for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. 

In the first two periods, the Bruins only registered a … Keep Reading

Former Bruins Forward Don Marcotte Turns 77 Today

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By: Steve McClure | Follow me on Twitter / X at stmcclure1993

Happy 77th birthday to Don Marcotte! Don played fifteen seasons in the NHL—all for the Boston Bruins. He was a prominent player on the 1970 and 1972 Stanley Cup champion teams and reached the Cup finals in three other seasons.

The left-winger was one of the best defensive forwards of his era. … Keep Reading

Bruins Mason Lohrei Eyeing Potential Assignment to Providence

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

Mason Lohrei has shown he is capable of being a regular National Hockey League blueliner. He’s also demonstrated lapses in his game that have made him a defensive liability at times this season for the Boston Bruins. As a result, he’s had a short leash under head coach Jim Montgomery—and the rookie may be … Keep Reading

Bruins Don Sweeney Tabbed Management Roles in Upcoming Team Canada Events

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney received some well-deserved recognition on Friday morning. Hockey Canada appointed Sweeney to a pair of management roles in two upcoming Team Canada events, including general manager for the 2025 National Hockey League 4 Nations Face-Off and assistant general manager for the 2026 Olympic team.… Keep Reading

Frozen Four Preview: Matchups, Predictions, and the Boston Bruins Angle

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By Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

One of the best weekends in college hockey is upon us as the Frozen Four gets underway tonight in St. Paul, MN. New Englanders will have a rooting interest in tonight’s games as Boston University takes on Denver and Boston College squares off against Michigan. The Bruins are well-represented in this year’s tournament, with three prospects … Keep Reading

Bruins vs. Hurricanes: Game Recap

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By: Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

The Boston Bruins lost to the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1, snapping their impressive four-game winning streak. It was an ugly performance, and a lack of offense was what did them in. They couldn’t generate a consistent forecheck, which led to some frustration most of the night, especially during the second period. Head coach Jim Montgomery … Keep Reading

Happy 60th Birthday to Bruins Alumni Rick Tocchet

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By: Steve McClure | Follow me on Twitter / X at stmcclure1993

Happy 60th birthday to former Boston Bruins right-wing Rick Tocchet! The rugged Tocchet arrived in Boston via a trade with the Los Angeles Kings for Kevin Stevens in January of 1996.

Unfortunately, the power forward was plagued by injuries during his time in Boston. Over the course of two abbreviated seasons in Boston—67 total … Keep Reading

Bruins Should Consider Sticking With New Third-Line Trio

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

An abundance of uncertainty looms over the Boston Bruins with the Stanley Cup Playoffs less than two weeks away. The logistics of a potential goalie rotation, the return of Pat Maroon, and a struggling power play are all questions Jim Montgomery and the Bruins will yearn to find answers to … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins’ All-Time Playoff Goaltenders

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By: Steve McClure | Follow me on Twitter / X @stmcclure1993

There is no doubt a correlation between the elite type of playoff performance a goaltender must demonstrate for his team in the NHL playoffs and the actual hoisting of the Stanley Cup. Few goalies in modern times can afford to play below regular season form over the grueling long haul that today’s playoffs demand. … Keep Reading

Pastrnak, Zacha, Heinen Trio Paying Dividends for the Boston Bruins

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By Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

It doesn’t take an expert to know that chemistry and finding the correct combination of forwards are massive keys to the success of a season. Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery (more so than either of his predecessors) has been more than willing to tinker and toy with his lines, throwing them into the blender at a … Keep Reading

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