Looking Back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: April 6th, 2011

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

With just three games remaining on the schedule, the Bruins looked to bounce back from a 5-3 loss to the New York Rangers when they hosted the New York Islanders on April 6th. Boston’s performance from the last game was nothing to be happy about as they allowed five unanswered goals after being up 3-0. It looked to

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Looking back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: March 29th, 2011

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

Coming off a dramatic 2-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers, the Bruins eyed a two-game winning streak when they faced the Chicago Blackhawks back at T.D Garden. It would not be an easy contest for the Bruins since Chicago was in the playoff hunt and, they still had most of the talent from the year prior when they

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Looking back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: March 22nd, 2011

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow Me On Twitter @PlaydonJeff

Following an embarrassing loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Boston Bruins looked to bounce back when they returned home to TD Garden and the 17,565 Boston faithful. Boston had been struggling as of late and have only won one out of their last seven games, so this was an important night to bounce back.

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Gregory Campbell

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By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter! @andrewlindrothh

Gregory Campbell was born on December 17th, 1983, in London, Ontario, Canada. He began playing juniors as a very young 15-year-old forward in the ON-Jr. B League for the Aylmer Aces (ON-Jr. B) from 1998-1999, and for the St. Thomas Stars from 1999-2000. The 6’0, 188-pound forward joined the Ontario Hockey League (OHL)

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My Top-Five Bruin ‘Tough Guys’ Of All-Time

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By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter! @andrewlindrothh

With NHL news at a bare minimum and fans eagerly awaiting the final decision on the 2020-2021 season, I decided to have fun and take a trip back to memory lane. While hockey is not the same it was 10-20 years ago; there’s no doubt that particular ‘tough guy’ Bruins contributed more to their team

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Daniel Paille

By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter @andrewlindrothh

Happy 36th Birthday To Former Boston Bruins Forward Daniel Paille!

Daniel Paille was born on April 15th, 1984, in Welland, Ontario, Canada. He began playing juniors as a 15-year-old forward for the Welland Cougars (ON-Jr.B), and then at 16-years-old moved on to play in the Ontario Hockey League (OHL). The 6’1, 200-pound forward played for the Guelph Storm (OHL) from 2000-2004,

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Bruins 4th Line, Merlot 2.0?

By: Lucas Pearson  |  Follow Me On Twitter @lucaspearson_

4th lines across the NHL have changed quite a bit over the recent history of the NHL. The 4th line used to always be full of grinders and guys willing to drop the gloves. They didn’t play as much, but would always be a highly physical group of players that would change the tone of the game immediately.

While some of

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Former Bruin Daniel Paille’s Career Likely Over

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

Former Boston Bruin Daniel Paille is likely going to hang up his skates following a nasty blindsided hit to the head he suffered early last November while playing for the SHL’s Brynäs IF Club. Paille had suffered previous head injuries during his career in the NHL with the Bruins, but none of this magnitude. Here’s the hit he

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Boston Bruins: The Worker B’s Have They Finally Found Some New Merlot?

 

By: Lucas Salvatore | Check me out on Twitter @lsalvatore29

Have the Boston Bruins finally found a new consistent fourth line?

Since the separation of the legendary “Merlot Line” which included Daniel Paille, Gregory Campbell, and Shawn Thornton the Bruins have never really had another dominant fourth line, that was until this season when a new line was formed.

Sean Kuraly, Tim Schaller, and Noel Acciari have formed an

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