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
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
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
After a near-perfect 14-1-3 start to the 2023-24 season, the Boston Bruins have had the longest losing streak of the year thus far. Boston has allowed 17 goals in their last three games amidst a structural collapse that leaves every facet of their game in question. Just when it looked like the … Keep Reading
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
By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On X (Formerly Twitter) @adbblue
The Boston Bruins improved to 12-1-2 Tuesday night after defeating the Buffalo Sabers 5-2. The team got the message from head coach Jim Montgomery, who made them skate “Herbies” at practice on Monday. Montgomery said he thought they looked “tired” against the Montreal Canadiens in Saturday’s 3-2 overtime loss.
By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On X (Formerly Twitter)
The Boston Bruins improved to 11-1-1 after defeating the New York Islanders at TD Garden Thursday night. The hot start to their Centennial season continues, and they have yet to lose in regulation on home ice. The story of the game was the play of the second line. James Van Riemsdyk, Charlie Coyle, and Trent … Keep Reading
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