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
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For the better part of the last ten years, David Krejci has been one of the best playoff performers for the Boston Bruins and certainly the best during specific stretches. In the Bruins five first-round games against the Capitals, Krejci tallied two assists, giving him 117 career points in the NHL Playoffs. Krejci has recorded his … Keep Reading
Game seven is here, with the winner moving on to the Stanley Cup Finals to face the Vancouver Canucks. The Bruins had an opportunity to close out the series in game six, but the Lightning won 5-3 and forced a game seven back at T.D Garden. Both teams’ lineups stayed the same, and Roloson and Thomas would … Keep Reading
Game five is here, and the series has resumed at T.D Garden. After scoring three goals in the first period, the Bruins allowed five straight unanswered goals to the Lightning, and the Lightning held on for a 5-3 win. Instead of Roloson getting the start in net for the Lightning, Mike Smith would replace him and start his … Keep Reading
After allowing three goals in a 1:30 span, the Bruins dug themselves a hole they couldn’t get out of and lost game one 5-2. The Bruins looked to flip the script in game two; however, it wouldn’t be easy. Patrice Bergeron was still out with an injury he suffered in the series against Philadelphia, so the Bruins … Keep Reading
Returning back to home ice, the Bruins had a commanding 2-0 lead over the Flyers and looked to make it 3-0. It was uncertain if Adam McQuaid would be in the lineup, as in Game two, he was diagnosed with a sprained neck injury. If McQuaid couldn’t play, then Shane Hnidy would take his spot. Despite … Keep Reading
After a round one for the ages, the Boston Bruins carried the momentum into a second-round rematch with the Philadelphia Flyers. The brutal playoff exit from last year still left a sour taste in the Bruin’s mouth, and they looked to exorcise the demons from last year. Losing a series is one thing, but losing one after being up 3-0 is … Keep Reading
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
We’ve got a series on our hand’s folks; after the Bruins lost the opening two games at home, they bounced back by stunning the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre and evening up the series 2-2. This was the fifth time in Bruin’s history that they tied the series after trailing 0-2. The Bruins would look to … Keep Reading
Down 0-2 in the series to Montreal, Boston looked to climb out of a hole they got themselves into to seal a victory at the Bell Centre. It would not be an easy task; however, Montreal was not in the clear. Montreal found themselves in this spot for the second time. In 2006 in a series against … Keep Reading
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