Bringing You News About The Boston Bruins

Tag: Mika Zibanejad

Who Is Most Dangerous to the Bruins’ Cup Run?

( Photo Credit: Richard T Gagnon / Getty Images )

By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

Recently, NBCSports writer Nick Goss released an article stating that the Hurricanes are the Bruins’ biggest competitor in the Eastern Conference. While I certainly respect that opinion, and it could end up being true, I think another team in the conference poses a more significant threat to the Bruins’ chances of … Keep Reading

Can the Bruins Afford to Do Nothing at the Deadline?

( Photo Credit: Bruce Bennett / Getty Images )

By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

With NHL trade rumors heating up, fans of every franchise are stuck refreshing their Twitter feeds and waiting for news from an insider. The Bruins have made huge trades around the trade deadline in the last two seasons. In both cases, however, the Bruins were chasing teams above them for seeding or … Keep Reading

Bruins Report Cards: Rock, Paper, Scissors, Fight

(Photo by Jared Silber/NHLI via Getty Images)

By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

The Bruins continue their unbeaten streak, hanging on to win 1-0 against a Rangers team missing Artemi Panarin. After a relatively uneventful first period, the middle frame was fiery and the third followed suit. Boston’s lone goal, quality goaltending, and some grit proved enough to overcome several defensive miscues and a number of penalties. Let’s break … Keep Reading

Bruins Game Recap: Bruins at Rangers 2/6/19

By: Mandi Mahoney | Check me out on Twitter @phonymahoney

Pre-Game Notes

Arena: Madison Square Garden, New York

Home: New York Rangers (22-22-8)

Away: Boston Bruins (29-17-7)

Bruins Lineup:

Brad Marchand — Patrice Bergeron —Jake DeBrusk

Peter Cehlarik — David Krejci — David Pastrnak

Joakim Nordstrom — Trent Frederic — Danton Heinen

Sean Kuraly — Noel Acciari — Chris Wagner

Torey Krug — Kevan Miller

Zdeno Chara

Keep Reading

Bruins Game 54 Preview: New York Rangers

By: Mandi Mahoney | Check me out on Twitter @phonymahoney

The Boston Bruins are coming into tonight’s game against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden riding a two-game win streak that came after a rough stretch. The Bruins are 4-3-3 in their last ten games and have beaten both of the Metropolitan Division’s top two teams, the Islanders and Capitals, this week. The Rangers are 5-4-1 in their … Keep Reading