Tag "NHL"

Bruins Midseason Trends: The Bad and the Ugly

The Bruins are riding high as of the midseason point, but things still aren’t perfect for Boston. Right now the good most certainly outweighs the bad, but the Bruins still have plenty of room for improvement. All three negative trends

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Bruins Notebook: A Rollercoaster Week

Heading into the weekend, Boston expected to face two playoff-bound teams, though they could not have predicted the dramatic outcome – winning streak and all. Carolina The Bruins played the Carolina Hurricanes Saturday, at the Garden, Starting Khudobin in goal.

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Marchand Named to NHL All-Star Team

For the second time in his career, Brad Marchand is an NHL All-Star. However, this is the first time he is the sole Bruin on the team. Last year, Marchand was accompanied by Tuukka Rask, who had a record of

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The Bruins Offense Is Slowly Turning Into a Top Five Unit

The Boston Bruins’ recent hot streak is due in large part to the play of their upstart defense, but all of a sudden, their offense is starting to take elite form. The Bruins now rank seventh in goals per game

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Behind the Glass: A Hockey Photo Gallery

Everyone sees the sport of hockey through a different lens. This is how I see it.  

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The Bruins’ 3 Greatest Strengths Come With a Glaring Weakness

As of the Christmas break, the Boston Bruins are 19-10-5 and are riding a four game winning streak, winning seven of their last nine games. Their recent hot streak has pushed them into third place in the Atlantic Division by

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Should the NHL Go Back to Playing Games on Christmas Day?

Over the past several decades, the NHL had decided to take a brief break during the Christmas holiday and resume play a couple of days afterward. While the break clearly has benefits, should the NHL continue to take the Christmas

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Adam McQuaid’s Return Will Most Likely Shift Defense Pairings

Defensemen Adam McQuaid is almost ready to return to the Bruins lineup, and he will add a level of competition—both in and outside of the game. On Oct. 19, the 31-year-old defenseman broke his right fibula doing what is expected

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Bruins Notebook: Rask Returns, Krejci Departs

In the midst of frequent roster changes, Boston welcomed a familiar face back to the ice, Sunday. But what will the Bruins’ number one goaltender Tuukka Rask bring to the line-up that fill-in goalie Anton Khudobin, hasn’t already? Tuukka returns

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Bruins Quarter Mark Trends: The Bad and the Ugly

The Bruins have a lot going for them right now, but as we saw in their 4-2 loss to the Edmonton Oilers, not everything is perfect. Whether it be bad luck, bad play, or whatever else, the Bruins still have

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