The 2019 NHL playoffs were supposed to be the Tampa Bay Lightning’s year. In recent memory, they had put together one of the most dominant regular seasons, finishing with the then-record 62 wins and just 16 losses. They had the league’s best offense, the best defense, and the best power play. They … Keep Reading
At this point in the season, the Boston Bruins have reached an unattainable record of 34-5-4 through 41 games. That’s a winning percentage of .837. In comparison, the second-closest winning percentage in the NHL belongs to the Carolina Hurricanes at .705. The gap between the Bruins and the rest of the league continues to grow, and … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins will look to remain unbeaten on home ice as they take on the perennial east coast powerhouse Tampa Bay Lightning.
In their first meeting of the season, the Bruins cruised to a 5-3 victory going away on the heels of a dominant second period. Boston ended Tampa’s four-game winning streak and extended their … Keep Reading
In light of the outbreak of COVID-19 throughout professional sports in North America, the NHL and NHLPA announced on Wednesday, December 22, that they will not be participating in the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Since the NHL will not be participating, teams will be using the Olympic break time frame … 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 six is here, and the Bruins have a 3-2 series lead. After defeating Tampa in Game Five, the series has resumed at the St. Pete Times Forum. If the Bruins could win tonight, they would face the Vancouver Canucks in the Stanley Cup Finals. In game sixes, when the Bruins are up 3-2 in the series, they are … 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
21 seconds into the third period of Saturday afternoons game against the New York Rangers, David Pastrnak notched his 200th career goal becoming the fastest Bruin to reach 200 goals in the club’s history. Brad Marchand found a streaking Pastrnak. Pasta quickly redirected Marchand’s pass into the net for a 2-1 Bruins lead and his 20th goal … Keep Reading
With the new division alignments and the moves made in the offseason, the Bruins will be able to see a lot more of some players they would normally see one to three times a year. We won’t be seeing the likes of Steven Stamkos, Nikita Kucherov, and Auston Matthews, but there are plenty of … Keep Reading
Where do the Bruins go from here? After being ousted from the Stanley Cup Playoffs in two of the last three years by the Tampa Bay Lightning, it’s clear the Bruins are chasing the Eastern Conference Champions. This offseason is a make or break time for the Black and Gold. Don Sweeney needs to build … Keep Reading
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