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Bruins @ Senators: Game Recap

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

The Boston Bruins defeated the Ottawa Senators 3-2 in overtime on Thursday night in what was a frustrating night for the Bruins. They had to kill six penalties, most of which were questionable calls. They only received one power play of their own, but they did score.

Despite being outshot 37-23, Boston … Keep Reading

Bruins Third-Line Huge in Team’s Success

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

Watching the Bruins’ third line of Taylor Hall, Charlie Coyle, and Trent Frederic is reminiscent of the Milan Lucic, David Krejci, and Nathan Horton line from 2011, which impacted Boston’s Stanley Cup win over the Vancouver Canucks in seven games.

Coyle is not quite the matrix-style of player Krejci is, … Keep Reading

Leadership Could Bring Bruins to the Promise Land

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

For months, we’ve debated whether the Bruins have the offense, the defense, and the goaltending to make a deep playoff run in the spring. One aspect we haven’t been focusing on that may eventually be the key to success is the Bruins’ exceptional leadership group.

To see the heights leadership can take a team … Keep Reading

28 Days Until Boston Bruins Regular Season Opener: Mark Recchi

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter @_MikeSullivan

Is there a more loveable team in Boston Bruins history than the 2011 Stanley Cup Champion squad? I don’t think so. There were plenty of guys in that locker room who were crucial to leading that team to a Stanley Cup Championship, but one guy who became loved in Boston so quickly was none other than Mark … Keep Reading

Who is the Best Right Wing in Bruins History?

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By Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

Many right wings have laced up the skates and donned the Bruins’ sweater since the inception of the Original Six team in 1924. It’s arguably the position with the most successful, well-known Boston players.

Picking the all-time greatest right wing is not easy if you consider more than just scoring. However, the … Keep Reading

Bruins Forward Brad Marchand: From Rat to Superstar

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow me on Twitter: @Rduffy26

The Rat, Little Ball of Hate, Weasel, and Nose Face Killah. These are just a few of the many nicknames Brad Marchand has received throughout his twelve-year NHL career. These nicknames were attributed to him due to his on-ice antics, from cheap shots early in his career to licking and … Keep Reading

Looking back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: Game 7 SCF

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

For the first time since 1972, the Boston Bruins have a chance to hoist the Stanley Cup. Lots of storylines heading into this game; Mason Raymond would be out for Vancouver after getting injured in game six, this was most likely Mark Recchi’s final game in the NHL, this was the first game seven … Keep Reading

Looking back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: Game 3 Stanley Cup Final

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

After allowing a goal 14 seconds into Overtime, the Bruins returned to T.D Garden, trailing 2-0 in the series. Boston’s newest villain, Alexandre Burrows, was the one who scored the overtime game-winner and put Vancouver up 2-0 in the series. The lineups for both teams stayed the same, along with the starting goaltenders. Rene Rancourt led … Keep Reading

Looking back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: Game 2 Stanley Cup Final

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

After a late goal from Raffi Torres in game one, the Canucks took a 1-0 series lead heading into game two. The Bruins would look to tie the series at one. The lineup would stay the same for Boston, whereas for Vancouver, Manny Malhotra would make his playoff debut, and former Bruin Andrew Alberts … Keep Reading

Looking back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: Game Seven ECQF

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

Game seven is here, and the tension couldn’t be any higher. The winner would move on, while the loser would watch the rest of the playoffs from home. Boston had the home-ice advantage, and you know that T.D Garden would be packed, and the atmosphere would be electric. The winner of this game would face the … Keep Reading

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