With the NHL trade deadline approaching next week on Friday, March 3rd, significant trades and rumors throughout the league have been heating up, specifically in the Eastern Conference. With the New York Islanders landing Bo Horvat, New York Rangers acquiring Vladimir Tarasenko, and Toronto Maple Leafs adding Ryan O’Reilly, the arms race in … Keep Reading
With the NHL’s March 3rd trade deadline looming on the horizon, this is as good a time as any to spotlight the who’s, what’s, where’s, why’s, and how’s of the Boston Bruins’ approach to the frenzy. The deadline brings a dizzying array of speculation, from deliberate and thought-out to crazed and insanely impulsive. Guesswork from media outlets … Keep Reading
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
After dropping a 3-2 shootout loss to the Detroit Red Wings on November 25th, the Bruins looked to start a new winning streak against the Winnipeg Jets. If Boston had won their last game, the win streak would’ve been at eleven; however, that was not the case. Speaking of winning streaks, Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas had won … Keep Reading
Rich Peverley, not a guy you immediately think of when someone mentions the Boston Bruins, but he made a definite impact on the Bruins franchise from 2011-2013. Peverley was brought in on a trade from the then Atlanta Thrashers in exchange for Blake Wheeler and Mark Stuart. Peverley would be placed on the Bruin’s … Keep Reading
After blowing out Vancouver 8-1 in game three, the Bruins looked to tie the series 2-2 in game four. Unfortunately for the Bruins, they would be without Nathan Horton, who was ruled out with a severe concussion and would miss the rest of the playoffs. The man who delivered the dirty hit to Horton, Aaron Rome, … Keep Reading
Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals are here, and the Bruins have reclaimed home-ice advantage after defeating the Lightning 2-0 on May 19th. A quick goal by David Krejci in the first period was all the Bruins needed to win game three; however, Andrew Ference scored as well, and Boston won 2-0. The Bruins looked … 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
The regular-season finale is finally here, and the Bruins will take on the New Jersey Devils on Game 82 of the season. With the Bruins clinching the third seed before their win the night before against the Senators, this game will be a good tune-up for game one against Montreal. There are a couple of interesting … Keep Reading
As the Boston Bruins were riding a four-game losing streak, they looked to snap that streak when they visited the Columbus Jackets at the Nationwide Arena. With the playoffs just a month away, both teams looked to get things going, the Bruins especially. With their most recent loss to the struggling Islanders, the Bruins wanted to flip the script. On the other hand, Columbus … Keep Reading
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