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Bruins @ Maple Leafs: Game Recap

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By: Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On X (Formerly Twitter) @adbblue

The Boston Bruins beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 4-3 in overtime Saturday night. The win improved their record to 16-4-3, and it’s their second win in a row after dropping three straight. 

This one was an incredible hockey game. Both teams traded grade-A chances all night long. It went back and forth … Keep Reading

The Bruins Need Their Top Players to Get Back on Track

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By: Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On X (Formerly Twitter) @adbblue

The Boston Bruins have been struggling recently, losing three consecutive games in regulation. It was the first time since the 2011-12 season that they allowed at least five goals in three straight games. 

There have been all sorts of issues with their play as of late. They haven’t been defending well at all, … Keep Reading

It’s Not Time to Panic After Bruins Snap Losing Streak

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By: Lauren Spencer | Follow Me On Twitter: @laurenspenc

The end of November was difficult for the Boston Bruins, with the team dropping three straight games and being outscored 17-8 by the Red Wings, Rangers, and Blue Jackets. Two of these losses were to teams that will be in the playoff picture next spring, but Columbus is a rebuilding team that should not … Keep Reading

Bruins Get Back on Track with Victory over Sharks

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By: Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis and Linktree

Admit it, you were starting to worry just a bit. After an incredible start to the season, Boston limped through the Thanksgiving holiday, losing three straight games and allowing 17 goals in the process. They had an opportunity to end the skid on home ice against the NHL’s worst team and did just … Keep Reading

November Has Been a Weird Month of Hockey for the Boston Bruins

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By: Max Weisman | Follow me on Twitter @maweisman

The Bruins entered the month of November with an 8-0-1 record. With one more game to play before the calendar flips to December (Thursday vs. San Jose), they look very different from the team coming off a 3-2 overtime win over the Florida Panthers to end October.

The Bruins have lost three straight … Keep Reading

Bruins @ Rangers: Game Recap

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By: Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On X (Formerly Twitter) @adbblue

The Boston Bruins lost 7-4 to the New York Rangers Saturday afternoon in what was an ugly performance. There was way too much standing around and puck-watching and a lack of defensive structure.

It’s their first time losing consecutive games in their Centennial season. There’s definitely a lot that needs to be cleaned up … Keep Reading

Bruins @ Lightning: Game Recap

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On X (Formerly Twitter) @adbblue

The Boston Bruins lost 5-4 in overtime to the Tampa Bay Lightning Monday night. Boston was dominated for most of the night and had no business staying in the game. 

They only registered four shots in the third period but scored on three of them. The Bruins undoubtedly stole a point and have … Keep Reading

Bruins Marchand Celebrates Centennial Season by Notching 500th Career Assist Over the Weekend

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter / X @BlackAndGold277

Few players in the world of hockey command as much respect and admiration as Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand. Known for his tenacity, skill, and commitment to the game, Marchand has been a cornerstone of the Boston Bruins organization for over a decade. On Saturday, November 18th, at TD … Keep Reading

The Annual Bruins Fathers’ Trip Kicks Off Today as the Team Heads South for Two Games in Florida

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter / X @BlackAndGold277

The annual Boston Bruins Father’s Trip is more than just a tradition – it’s a testament to the bonds between the players and their fathers, an acknowledgment of the role family plays in shaping these incredible athletes. This year, the event has officially kicked off, setting the stage for not just camaraderie … Keep Reading

Through 15 Games, Zacha and Coyle Are Filling the Shoes of Bergeron and Krejci

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On X (Formerly Twitter) @adbblue

The center position was the biggest question surrounding the Bruins going into the 2023-24 season. With Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci retiring, two enormous vacancies were left to fill. 

Pavel Zacha and Charlie Coyle were the only centers penciled into the lineup coming into this season. And they have more than answered the bell, filling … Keep Reading

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