Bruins Falter as Tarasenko, Blues win 4-2

Boston, MA – The St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins haven’t faced each other in 899 days. Still, there was an intensity and familiarity at TD Garden on Tuesday as the two teams renewed acquaintances for the first time since October 26, 2019. The 2018-19 Stanley Cup Finals were still fresh in everyone’s minds when the two clubs… Continue reading Bruins Falter as Tarasenko, Blues win 4-2

Pastrnak, Bruins Get Job done in Third Period

Boston takes charge after Chicago ties the game in the third. Boston, MA – A pair of David Pastrnak goals propelled the Boston Bruins past the Chicago Blackhawks 4-3 in front of 17,850 at TD Garden on Thursday. The Bruins entered the third-period leading 3-2. Over the last week, they have squandered multiple leads in the waning moments… Continue reading Pastrnak, Bruins Get Job done in Third Period

Bruins Trounce Avalanche in Matinee

Boston, MA – The Boston Bruins stopped by TD Garden for a one-game homestand against the Colorado Avalanche on Monday afternoon. The Bruins threw down the gauntlet at the skates of the NHL’s best team and met with little resistance as they peppered Colorado goalie Darcy Kuemper with 45 shots on goal. Kuemper couldn’t stop five of them in the loss, while his counterpart… Continue reading Bruins Trounce Avalanche in Matinee

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

Bruins Fall to Wild 3-2

Boston, MA – The visiting Minnesota Wild held on for a 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins in front of 18,750 at TD Garden on Thursday night. The game was a slow, physical, special teams game, and the Wild took advantage of the calls when they went their way.  Back-to-back five-on-threes were the story of the first period. First, the Wild had Matt… Continue reading Bruins Fall to Wild 3-2

Boston Shines Brighter Than Dallas

Boston, MA – Brad Marchand‘s two-goal night powered the Boston Bruins past the visiting Dallas Stars 3-1 on Opening Night at TD Garden. A sell-out crowd of 17,850 witnessed Marchand’s brace book-end Jake DeBrusk‘s game-winning goal while Jeremy Swayman made 27 saves to become the first Bruins rookie goalie to start and win an opener since 1995. Dallas defenseman Ryan Suter drew a Hooking call at… Continue reading Boston Shines Brighter Than Dallas

Bruins Hold On For Win

Boston, MA – The Boston Bruins got something from everyone as they held on to beat the Dallas Stars 4-3 in front of 17,850 at TD Garden. Nick Ritchie had a goal and an assist in his second game wearing a Bruins uniform, David Krejci had a Fighting major, while Jaroslav Halak stopped 31 of 34 shots. Boston had the game’s first power play at 13:07… Continue reading Bruins Hold On For Win

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… Continue reading Pastrnak’s Hat-Trick Downs Jets in Boston

Predators Extend Bruins Woes, Win 4-3 in OT

Boston, MA — For the third straight game the Boston Bruins went to overtime and for the third straight game they left the TD Gardenice having squandered their chance at two points. The Nashville Predators‘ Ryan Ellis won the game with fifty-five seconds left to play in overtime when he banged home a centering pass from Ryan Johansen. For the Predators it was… Continue reading Predators Extend Bruins Woes, Win 4-3 in OT

Makar Makes Difference

Boston, MA — This time last year Cale Makar was a college sophomore, an assistant captain on the University of Massachusetts ice hockey team, and the reason for lots of dreaming from not just one, but two fan bases. As the Minutemen were sitting pretty in their first-ever #1 ranking in the polls, and UMass fans were reveling in newfound heights, fans… Continue reading Makar Makes Difference