Bruins Fans Share Name Of Their First Car On Latest ‘Ultimate Bruins Show’

Nikki Reyes was at Sylvan Street Grille in Peabody, Mass., asking fans the Bud Light Ultimate Question of the Week on Thursday night during a new episode of the “Ultimate Bruins Show.” The question this week? “What was your first car?” Hear some of the answers fans gave Nikki in the video above from the “Ultimate Bruins Show.”   Filed under: Boston Bruins, Top Stories...
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Boston Bruins Hoping To Finish Roadtrip On Positive Note

The Boston Bruins have split the first two games of their current road trip. If the Bruins want to a avoid a ‘three-peat’ of missing the playoffs, they’ll need to steal these next two games by any means necessary. The Boston Bruins are currently 1-1 in their west coast road trip, beating the San Jose […] Boston Bruins Hoping To Finish Roadtrip On Positive Note - Causeway...
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42 minutes ago

Anton Khudobin gets call in net as Bruins finish Cali trip vs. Kings

Anton Khudobin will get the start vs. the Kings. (Bob DeChiara/USA Today Sports) The Bruins could have and should have won last night’s game. But, as the Ducks’ Rickard Rakell had his say with just 2:34 left in the third period of a 3-3 game, the Bruins have been left to travel to the Staples Center for tonight’s head-to-head against the Kings with the chance for four out...
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1 hour ago

Forward Austin Czarnik, defenseman Joe Morrow assigned to Providence Bruins

Joe Morrow is one of two players assigned to the P-Bruins. (Aaron Doster/USA Today Sports) The second week of vacation is over for two B’s, and it’s Los Angeles to Providence for forward Austin Czarnik and defenseman Joe Morrow, who were reassigned to the Providence Bruins today. The assignment for Czarnik is to get the 5-foot-9 forward back into game-shape after having missed...
Via Big Bad Blog
6 hours ago

Boston Bruins Assign Austin Czarnik and Joe Morrow to AHL for Conditioning

Boston Bruins Assign Austin Czarnik and Joe Morrow to AHL for Conditioning The Boston Bruins made some transactions Thursday ahead of their matchup with the Los Angeles Kings. Austin Czarnik was activated from the injured reserve and sent to Providence along with defenseman Joe Morrow, both for conditioning purposes. Czarnik was placed on the injured […] Boston Bruins Assign Austin...
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8 hours ago

Bruins Leave More Points On The Ice In Late 5-3 Loss to Ducks

Wasted opportunities. Allowing late goals. Brutal calls against them. Leaving points on the board. Welcome back to the 2016-17 season for the Boston Bruins.
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11 hours ago

Ducks defenseman sends Brad Marchand airborne with big open-ice hit

It seems that many hockey fans outside of Boston don't particularly care for Brad Marchand. While he has developed into a fantastic player over the last handful of years, he hasn't exactly endeared himself to the masses with his antagonizing antics and his long history of dirty plays. With that being said, 29 fanbases will likely enjoy the big hit that was thrown on Marchand Wednesday...
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13 hours ago

Boston Bruins Win Fourth Straight, Sink Sharks 2-1 in Overtime

The Bruins came off their bye week to play the Sharks for the second time in four games in San Jose to start their road trip. The Bruins were able to start the road trip off in dramatic fashion in the nightcap of “Hockey Day in America.”
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1 day ago

Bruins winger Matt Beleskey to return to lineup vs. Ducks

Bruins winger Matt Beleskey will be in the lineup tonight vs. Anaheim. (Bob DeChiara/USA Today Sports) Matt Beleskey will be more than a spectator tonight when he visits his old stomping grounds for a pivotal tilt between the Bruins and Ducks. A healthy scratch in two of the club’s last three games, Beleskey was confirmed as a go and subbed in for Tim Schaller by Bruins interim...
Via Big Bad Blog
1 day ago

Pastrnak’s Breakout Season

With the loss of their second-leading scorer, Loui Eriksson, last offseason, the Boston Bruins entered the 2016-17 season with an important question mark in the locker room. Who, if anyone, could step up for the B’s and produce the way that Eriksson did last season? David Pastrnak has excelled offensively for the Bruins this season. (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers) Among the candidates...
Via The Hockey Writers
1 day ago

Victory Brings Confidence

The Boston Bruins are riding their season high four-game win streak as they continue their west coast road trip. It’s been two weeks since the Boston Bruins made their coaching change. Bruce Cassidy got to work at once, putting the team through a series of practices where he pushed the tempo to a high level. […] Boston Bruins: Victory Brings Confidence - Causeway Crowd - Causeway...
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2 days ago

Bruins week ahead: B's look to stay hot out west

  The biggest question mark surrounding the Bruins entering their four-game west coast trip wasn’t so much about their personnel or style of play, but whether or not they could stay hot coming off their bye week. Well, those questions were answered in dramatic fashion. In a year where teams struggled in their first game […]
2 days ago

Bruins a Playoff Team After All?

Just about two weeks ago, things looked awfully bleak for the Boston Bruins. Having just fired their long-time head coach, the Bruins were set to play a difficult three games under a new boss before heading into the bye week. To make matters worse, the Bruins sat two points behind the Toronto Maple Leafs and just two points ahead of the Florida Panthers. Both teams had several games...
Via The Hockey Writers
2 days ago

Marchand's OT goal helps Bruins beat Sharks 2-1

SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) Brad Marchand scored on a breakaway with 2:24 left in overtime and the Boston Bruins picked up where they left off before their six-day bye with a 2-1 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night. Ryan Spooner also scored for the Bruins, who improved to 4-0 under interim coach Bruce Cassidy. Tuukka Rask made 29 saves. Patrick Marleau scored the lone...
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Ultimately, the Bruins did Claude Julien a favor by firing him

Claude Julien didn't deserve to be fired by the Boston Bruins, but it may well have ultimately been the best thing for him.The respected coach, who won a Stanley Cup in Boston and exited as the franchise's all-time leader in wins, was out of work for exactly one week before finding a new job. That new gig comes with Boston's bitter rival — the Montreal Canadiens, who fired...
Via FOX Sports
8 days ago

Claude Julien hired as Canadiens head coach; Michel Therrien fired

 Claude Julien is heading back to Montreal.One week after Julien was fired by the Boston Bruins, the Montreal Canadiens announced Tuesday that they fired Michel Therrien and made Julien their new head coach.“I would like to sincerely thank Michel for his relentless work with the Montreal Canadiens over his eight seasons behind the bench, including the last five seasons when...
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Rask gets shutout; interim Cassidy 3-0 after Bruins' 4-0 win

BOSTON (AP) Tuukka Rask posted his first career regular-season home win over Montreal by making 25 saves for his sixth shutout, 39-year-old Zdeno Chara had an impressive move on his short-handed goal and the Boston Bruins improved to 3-0 under interim coach Bruce Cassidy with a 4-0 victory over the Canadiens on Sunday night. Adam McQuaid, David Krejci and Frank Vatrano also scored...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins to host Sharks as scheduled despite snow storm

BOSTON (AP) The San Jose Sharks-Boston Bruins game will be played as scheduled Thursday night despite a snow storm that blanketed the New England region. The Bruins say they asked the NHL to postpone the game as blizzard conditions left more than a foot of snow in Boston and surrounding areas. But the league said that the remaining schedules of both teams and availability of...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Ex-Bruins coach Claude Julien releases statement thanking team, fans

Claude Julien broke his silence Thursday, going public for the first time since the Boston Bruins fired the longtime head coach Tuesday.Julien released a statement thanking the organization, team staff, the players and Bruins fans.Here’s his statement in full:I would like first and foremost to thank the Bruins Organisation for allowing my family and I the privilege of spending...
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Boston Bruins fire Claude Julien; what’s next for the team?

The Boston Bruins have fired their Stanley Cup winning coach Claude Julien in a bit of surprising news. For the past few years the conversations began to grow louder and louder for his removal. The consensus among many in the media was there wasn’t a good replacement for the longtime coach. He has long been considered one of the best in the league. The Bruins have only a handful...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

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