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NHL, Bruins Announce Re-Scheduled Games over “Olympic Break”

ON WEDNESDAY, the NHL announced that the three-week, league-wide pause scheduled into the 2021-22 season for the upcoming 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China, will now be used to make up canceled games due to COVID-19 over the last month and change.For the Boston Bruins, the team will host the Pittsburgh Penguins on Tuesday, February…

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Minutemen Sitting Pretty But Not Satisfied

As the 2021-22 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey season reaches its halfway point, the defending National Champion University of Massachusetts Minutemen are currently ranked #12 overall and sit atop the Hockey East standings with 24 points. Through the first 11 games of the Hockey East schedule, the Minutemen are 7-2-2 (9-4-2 overall), both HEA losses have come in overtime. UMass last lost…

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Kuntar Settling Into Boston

Chestnut Hill, MA – Four games does not a career make, but what a great way to start. Boston College freshman Trevor Kuntar scored his first career goal Friday night and added a pair on Saturday, as BC swept the weekend series against #12 Providence College.  Kuntar has four points in his first four games. The Eagles (4-0) are perched atop the…

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Bruins GM Ready to Resume 2019-20 Season

Four months after shutting down the 2019-20 NHL season due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Boston Bruins are set to open training camp Monday at Warrior Arena to resume the season. Bruins GM Don Sweeney met with the media on Sunday via ZOOM call to discuss the team’s return to the ice. Sweeney touched on…

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Pastrnak’s Hat-Trick Downs Jets in Boston

Boston, MA – David Pastrnak‘s seventh career hat-trick combined with Jake DeBrusk‘s two-goal output were enough to power the Boston Bruins past the Winnipeg Jets in a 5-4 shoot-out at TD Garden. The sell-out crowd of 17,850 erupted when DeBrusk tipped a Charlie McAvoy slapshot past Laurent Brossoit (31 saves) at 11:46 of the third period to break a 4-4 tie. DeBrusk’s second goal of the game…

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Rask, Bruins Shutout Devils in Home Opener

Boston, MA – TD Garden‘s opening night showed off the renovations that Bruins ownership implemented over the off-season as part of a $100 million expansion of the arena and it’s footprint. It also showed off the on ice product as well. That product, a slightly tweaked Bruins team from this past June, is having it’s usual results.…

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Bruins Strike First, Force Game Seven

Boston takes the lead with a balanced attack and never looks back. Boston, MA- It took six starts, but the Boston Bruins finally scored the first goal of the game in their series against the Carolina Hurricanes, and they held on for a solid 5-2 win to force a do or die game seven match in… Continue reading Bruins Strike First, Force Game Seven

Marchand Stirs the Pot

Winger also is the straw that stirs the drink for Bruins. The factors for the Boston Bruins evening up their best-of-seven series against the Carolina Hurricanes are multiple. The biggest one is the play of Boston’s agitator-in-chief, Brad Marchand. Over the weekend, the 5′-9″ winger upped his game dramatically in the Bruins’ two series-tying victories… Continue reading Marchand Stirs the Pot

Bruins Top Carolina 5-2 to Win Two Straight

Boston evens series vs. Hurricanes 2-2 in Sunday matinee. Boston, MA – The Boston Bruins had four goal scorers for the second straight game as they outlasted the Carolina Hurricanes 5-2 in front of 17,850 at TD Garden on Sunday afternoon. Brad Marchand’s two third period goals and Jeremy Swayman’s 24 saves on the day highlighted the Bruins’ effort to tie the series with the Hurricanes… Continue reading Bruins Top Carolina 5-2 to Win Two Straight