Boston Holds Off Devils for 5-2 Win

Newark, NJ – The Boston Bruins accomplished two goals on Saturday afternoon by beating the New Jersey Devils 5-2 at the Prudential Center. First, they held onto a third-period lead. Second, they picked up a road win. The Bruins squandered a 3-2 lead on Thursday at home against the Edmonton Oilers, leaving them sour. Saturday, they built on a 3-2 lead in…… Continue reading Boston Holds Off Devils for 5-2 Win

Musings From Day One of Bruins Camp

Two thoughts on Brad Marchand… one is if this whole hockey thing doesn’t work out he has a career in comedy. The 33-year-old, 12-year veteran was asked if with all the departures of the core group that made three Stanley Cup runs he gives any thought to how long he plans on playing? “Until they…… Continue reading Musings From Day One of Bruins Camp

Bruins Name Bergeron Captain

Boston, MA – The Boston Bruins announced today what everyone in the hockey-world already knew…center Patrice Bergeron will wear the captain’s “C” for the 2021 season. With the departure of long-time captain, defenseman Zdeno Chara, the choice was obvious. Bergeron was drafted by the Bruins with the 45th pick (2nd round) of the 2003 NHL Entry Draft and has come to…… Continue reading Bruins Name Bergeron Captain

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…… Continue reading Kuntar Settling Into Boston

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…… Continue reading Bruins GM Ready to Resume 2019-20 Season

Krug Zooms Into Focus During NHL Shutdown

Reading, MA — Boston Bruins defenseman Torey Krug joined members of the media for a Zoom session today. The 28-year-old Michigan native touched on a wide range of topics during his 25 minutes of press availability. Krug is back in his home state staying with his in-laws for the time being trying to stay sharp while social-distancing.  The unexpected stoppage…… Continue reading Krug Zooms Into Focus During NHL Shutdown

Bruins Beat Penguins 4-1

Boston, MA — Jaroslav Halak made 29 saves after giving up a goal on the game’s first shot and two first period assists from Karson Kuhlman, in his first game back since October, sparked the Boston Bruins to a 4-1 win over Eastern Conference rival Pittsburgh in front of 17,850 at TD Garden. The visiting Pittsburgh Penguins came into the game having won…… Continue reading Bruins Beat Penguins 4-1

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

Bruins Storm Back Against Canadiens in the Third

Boston, MA – As the season’s first significant snowfall touched down in the Boston area, so too did the Montreal Canadiens. Neither snow nor Carey Price (29 saves) would be able to stop the Boston Bruins from plowing ahead to victory. The Canadiens had a 1-0 lead after two periods (6-1-2 when doing so) but three goals by the Bruins in…… Continue reading Bruins Storm Back Against Canadiens in the Third