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Big Bad Blog | WEEI Dec 1, 2016

Bruins winger Brad Marchand talks Andrew Shaw’s in-box meltdown

Bruins winger Brad Marchand is no stranger to outbursts. Marchand is also no stranger to current Canadiens agitator Andrew Shaw. The two have history dating back to Shaw’s days with the Blackhawks, and even dropped the gloves in the 2013 Stanley Cup Final. So, safe to say that Marchand had some thoughts on Shaw’s complete […]
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 30, 2016

Bruins dominate stretches but fall short in Philly

It was the best of games, it was the worst of games... Quick recap The Bruins lost to the Flyers in Philadelphia last night, 3-2 in a shootout. The game ended in the 9th round of the shootout when D Shayne Gostisbehere beat Tuukka Rask and Steve Mason turned aside David Backes. Your Bruin goalscorers were David Krejci (3) and Brad Marchand (7). Rask made 19 saves. The Bruins out shot the Flyers, 47-21, and had 36 (!) more shot attempts than Philly (89-53). While the Bruins were ultimately done in by their own lapses in a two-minute span of the first period, it’s not a stretch to say that...
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 25, 2016

Claude Julien, Bruins not happy about Patrice Bergeron’s goal getting called back

In real time, it looked like it may have just been a big collision that left Patrice Bergeron with a wide-open net early in the second period Saturday night. With Flames goalie Chad Johnson out of his crease to play the puck, Brad Marchand and Calgary defenseman Mark Giordano collided, sending Giordano crashing into his […]
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 25, 2016

Bruins have goal called back due to goalie interference; correct call?

Come on, they need a break. Early in the second period, the Bruins appeared to have tied the game when Patrice Bergeron scored into an empty net. Why was it empty? Chad Johnson was behind the net, taken out by his teammate, Mark Giordano... ...who was pushed into the goalie by Brad Marchand. After Calgary challenged the play, the goal was called back. Take a look: And from the NHL rule book: What do you think? Right call?
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 21, 2016

Jet Blue

The Bruins clipped Winnipeg's wings on Saturday night Coming off Saturday's victory, the Bruins host the St. Louis Blues tomorrow night at 7:00PM on NESN. Patrice Bergeron (who owned the faceoff circle) and Brad Marchand celebrated their return to the scoreboard while squashing two of the NHL's most productive scoring threats. The Boston Globe Notes from the game include applause for Brandon Carlo in effectively helping to shut down the Jets' hot young scorer, Patrik Laine. WEEI In fact, the Jets were only able to manage 12 shots on goal all evening. WEEI One initiative for the...
CSN New England Nov 20, 2016

Haggerty: Marchand, Bergeron breakout was necessary for B's offense binge

Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron provided a much need boost for the Bruins offense in Saturday nights 4-1 win over Winnipeg, scoring all four goals in the second period.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 20, 2016

Recap: Bruins 4, Jets 1

Well that was a thumping... Matt Beleskey makes it 1-0 off a great pass from Joe Morrow Brad Marchand just toasts Michael Hutchinson to make it 2-0 Bruins. Patrice Bergeron cashes in on the 5-on-3 to make it 3-0 in the second. Torey Krug - - - - -> Tim Schaller (!) and it’s 4-0. Adam Lowry ruins everyone’s fun by ending Tuukka Rask’s shutout. That’s it! Final score: 4-1 Bruins Shots: 38-12, Bruins Shot attempts: 67-33, Bruins WOOOOOOOOO!
Rotoworld Nov 13, 2016

Marchand doing just fine despite not scoring - Brad Marchand (W) Boston Bruins

Brad Marchand is still playing very well even though his goal-scoring production has slowed since the start of the season.
Columbus Dispatch Nov 9, 2016

Blue Jackets notebook | Bruins' Marchand will draw attention

The Blue Jackets’ scouting report on the Boston Bruins can be condensed into four words: Beware of Brad Marchand. The shifty and agitating wing bedeviled them in the season opener, scoring two goals and contributing three assists in a 6-3 victory at Nationwide Arena.

Bruins strike three times in second period, end home losing streak in win over Sabres

Three powerplay goals, timely saves and improving middle-line play gave Boston its 4th win in the last 5 games. TD Garden hasn’t been kind to the Boston Bruins for the better part of the past 365 days, but on Monday night things were different. Boston brushed off a sluggish start, scoring three times in the second period — twice on the power play — en route to just their second win in five home contests. Brad Marchand notched his 5th goal of the season 5:44 into the middle frame, wristing a loose rebound past Robin Lehner — screened by David Pastrnak and Matt Beleskey, who each...

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