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We discuss where the Bruins go from here, and whether or not those plans should include Claude Julien.
We were off for the Sox game on Monday so it's a ton of Bruins talk today as we look at what happened, why Tuukka didn't play, and how this gets fixed.
right now in the present.” In the present, this series reminds me a lot of watching the Eric Lindros-led Philadelphia Flyers with John LeClair and the Simon Gange-Danny Briere Flyers of three years ago with loads of scoring but a big question mark
last seen wobbling dazed and confused after squandering a 3-0 series advantage and a 3-0 Game 7 lead to the Philadelphia Flyers . There is no doubt that adding Horton and Seguin could potentially help the Bruins offense. Then again, there is nothing but room for improvement for a team that
Boston Bruin since May 15, the morning following the team’s catastrophic playoff exit at the hands of the Philadelphia Flyers . It may be hard to follow since it’s just one player, and since this fan base saw Joe Thornton teams experience first-round exits and worse. Most of all, it may be
Bruins lineup in time for the Stanley Cup Finals. Had the Bruins avoided squandering a 3-0 series lead to the Philadelphia Flyers and then managed to skate past the Montreal Canadiens in the conference finals, they would be battling the Chicago Blackhawks for the Cup this week and Seidenberg
Bruins are currently on an 0-for-14 stretch with their power play that began in their shootout loss to the Philadelphia Flyers . The B’s power play is 1-for-17 since Savard went down with the broken left foot, and it’s been quite apparent that the team is severely
lot more in regards to that,” Julien said Tuesday. “We had a long break, too, when we swept Philly [ Philadelphia Flyers ] in four straight a few years ago, and we handled it well. Based on today’s practice, I thought we practiced
Things simply went from bad to worse after a Game 6 loss that forced the Bruins to a winner-take-all Game 7 in Boston Monday night. Not only will the tired Bruins be playing three games in four nights, they will be forced to fly on the morning of their most important game of the season [...]
brightcove.createExperiences(); All eyes were on Tim Thomas on Saturday. Of all the Bruins with plenty to prove entering the St. Patrick’s Day matinee against the Flyers, the Bruins goalie was at the top of the list. So, when he turned away Danny Briere on the shot of the shootout, earning the ...
brightcove.createExperiences(); There are highlight reel goals. And, there are game-winning goals. On rare occasions, you get both in one. Monday night, Brad Marchand gave Bruins fans a 2-for-1 holiday special with his deke-to-backhander that beat Montreal’s Carey Price with just over five minutes
brightcove.createExperiences(); Bruins fans can rest easy. The team’s general manager made it clear Monday night he’s not about to change the way he builds his roster based on a one-game suspension of one of his higher profile players. Peter Chiarelli said Monday he understands what Brendan ...