Losing 4-3 in overtime to the division rival Buffalo Sabres wasn’t the way the Boston Bruins wanted to end the 2022 portion of this season, especially since they squandered two leads and a chance to put the game away by failing to score on a full two-minute five-on-three power play when the black and … Keep Reading
The 2022-23 Bruins’ season could be the last hurrah for a few long-time fan favorites. Both Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci are back on one-year deals for what seems like a final kick at the can. While every player hopes to cement their legacy with their name on the Cup, … Keep Reading
Since 1924, the Bruins have enjoyed years of success in the league, including winning six Stanley Cups. Having players to cheer for, like Hall of Fame Defensemen Bobby Orr and Ray Bourque, along with future Hall of Famers Zdeno Chara and Patrice Bergeron, adds to the team’s history. Fans rallied behind bruisers like Terry O’Reilly, Stan … Keep Reading
On April 25th, 1972, the Bruins looked to complete the sweep against the St. Louis Blues and advance to the Stanley Cup Finals. In Games 1-3, the Bruins were outscoring the Blues by a staggering 23-5, an impressive feat that would be more impressive with a game four win.
Born on June 25th, 1944, Boston Bruins legend Ken Hodge was brought into the world. Today the Bruins legend turns 77! Ken Hodge spent his career playing for the Chicago Blackhawks, Boston Bruins, and New York Rangers. Hodge played a career total of 652 games, scoring 289 goals while racking up 385 assists for a combined … Keep Reading
By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj
In the future, the Boston Bruins will likely be raising the #37 banner into the TD Garden rafters and Patrice Bergeron will go down as one of the greatest players to play in the Spoked-B sweater and one of the greatest defensive forwards in the history of the National Hockey League.Thankfully for us, we are still in the midst of … Keep Reading
After having an outstanding four-year career with the Quebec Remparts of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League posting an astonishing 451 points in 206 games, the Boston Bruins selected center Andre Savard in the 1973 National Hockey League Amateur Draft with the sixth overall pick in the first round. The 6′-1″ … Keep Reading
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