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Dale and Michael discuss the Bruins shoot-out loss in Nashville as a representative example of larger issues in 2014 for the Boston club.
We tackle four of the possible players we'd like to see the Bruins go after to improve the club this season.
regulation loss on the road. Since then, the B’s are 6-0-3 away from TD Garden. Though that stat includes games against the Islanders and Sabres (the latter of whom actually beat the B’s in overtime in Boston’s first game back from the Olympics), that
the Bruins. If the prices were realistic, someone would have gotten those players, but instead Andrew MacDonald (from the Islanders to the Flyers) and Andrej Meszaros are somehow the two best defensemen traded. So no, they didn’t get the Seidenberg replacement
high-priced forward One report Tuesday linked the Bruins to Thomas Vanek, which doesn't make much sense. Vanek, who is with the Islanders after being traded from the Sabres earlier in the season, was scratched Tuesday night with the expectation that he'll
him a one-year deal. Andrew MacDonald also remains on the block, and it seems less and less likely as time goes on that the Islanders will get the first-round pick they had previously been believed to be seeking for the 27-year-old, who will also be a
and you’d rather keep Krug with a more defensive guy like Kevan Miller or Adam McQuaid. If you believe the reports, the Islanders want a first-round pick for MacDonald , the Senators want a top prospect and a draft pick for Phillips , and the Flyers
It’ s been four weeks to the day since Zdeno Chara suffered a torn PCL on Oct. 23 against the Islanders . His anticipated recovery time was 4-6 weeks. Chara has been seen around the team at various points, his limp subsiding in
11-2. Entering Thursday, Svedberg had only started against two teams this season: the Sabres twice and the Islanders once. The Islanders are nothing to sneeze at, but the Sabres entered Thursday last in the NHL with eight points. The Habs
a slow process, who knows where it’s going?” The injury was suffered in the first period of the team’ s loss to the Islanders on a hit to New York captain John Tavares. Following the hit, Chara stayed on the ice during a TV timeout and finished
s gave Morrow over 16 minutes for a second straight game. Bartkowski’ s season-high is 20:57, which he played on Oct. 23 against the Islanders , but the Bruins have kept Bartkowski under 15 minutes in three of his five games.
ligament tear in knee), Torey Krug (broken finger), Kevan Miller (upper-body) on top of the trade of Johnny Boychuk to the Islanders before the season. McGuire says this is a time for three other Bruins defensemen to step up, as well as an important stretch