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Apr 14, 2014
Rotoworld
Brad Marchand picked up his first power-play goal of the season in Sunday's regular season finale.
Boston Herald 6 hours ago
Hatred? Bruins Wing it

Hatred? Bruins Wing it

The “Little Ball of Hate” might find it difficult to discover a reason to hate the Detroit Red Wings in the Bruins’ upcoming first-round playoff series.Like many of his teammates, Brad Marchand thrives on emotion. There’s just not much bad blood between the Bruins and Red Wings, who were grouped in the same division this season for the first time in four decades.
Rotoworld Apr 14, 2014

Brad Marchand picks up a PPG Sunday - Brad Marchand (W) Boston Bruins

Brad Marchand picked up his first power-play goal of the season in Sunday's regular season finale.

Live post: Devils vs. Boston Bruins, 4/13/14

The Devils and the Boston Bruins are tied 1-1 after the second period of this afternoon’s game at Prudential Center. Defenseman Marek Zidlicky scored a 4-on-4 goal on a left post wraparound 7:12 into the game to give the Devils the 1-0 lead. Travis Zajac and Patrik Elias, who is celebrating his 38th birthday today, got the assists. Loui Eriksson pulled Boston even with a power-play goal with 31.9 seconds left in the first, as he was left alone at the right post to complete a tic-tac-toe passing play with Carl Soderberg and Brad Marchand. The Devils outshot the Bruins, 13-5, in the first...
Boston Herald Apr 12, 2014
Bruins Notebook: Brad Marchand took time to get going

Bruins Notebook: Brad Marchand took time to get going

WINNIPEG, Manitoba — Brad Marchand was everyone’s favorite pinata at the start of the season. After a scoreless, ineffective Stanley Cup finals last June, he began this season in a cold spell with just one goal in his first 14 games.More alarming than the numbers, Marchand didn’t have the jump that makes his game electrifying when at his best.It became such a concern that he was briefly bumped off the Patrice Bergeron line, a spot he held since midway through the Stanley Cup-winning season of 2010-11.
Boston Globe Apr 11, 2014

HIGHLIGHTS: Bruins Fall to Jets in SO

Jets 2, Bruins 1 (SO) - Bryan Little scored in the shootout to lift Winnipeg. Brad Marchand scored for the Bruins who clinched the top spot in the East and have 115 points to lead the NHL.
Boston Globe Apr 10, 2014

Bruins fall to Jets in shootout

Bryan Little scored in the shootout to give the Jets a 2-1 win over the Bruins Thursday night in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Brad Marchand scored the first period for the Bruins, and Winnipeg’s Evander Kane tied it with 1:57 remaining to force overtime.
Artic Ice Hockey Apr 10, 2014
Game 81: Jets Beat Bruins 2-1 in the Shootout

Game 81: Jets Beat Bruins 2-1 in the Shootout

The Winnipeg Jets took on the Boston Bruins in the last home game of the year. Undermanned and playing a Bruins team that was resting players in preparation for the playoffs. Brad Marchand opened up the scoring following a mistake from Adam Pardy. The Jets pressed, finally breaking through the Bruin wall in the last two minutes. Kane scored from Wheeler and all made sense in the world. One more game and that is it for the year. Here come the Jets, Calgary. Ten Thoughts: 1. Michael Hutchinson looks pretty good for playing in his second game ever. Brad Marchand scores a pretty goal that saw...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Mar 18, 2014
Bruins 4 Devils 2: TEN IN A ROW!

Bruins 4 Devils 2: TEN IN A ROW!

Extra Skater stats . THE BRUINS HAVE WON TEN IN A ROW THIS IS NOT A DRILL. Patrice Bergeron got his 20th of the season. Jarome Iginla grabbed his 26th goal of the season, Brad Marchand scored shorthanded, Carl Soderberg beasted, and Zdeno Chara....uhh, turned 37 years old! Awesome. The Good - Marchand's shorthanded goal was a thing of beauty. He now leads the league with five this year. - Jarome Iginla is ON THE BRUINS. Does anyone else still get occasionally baffled by this? His goal was great. - Ten in a row!! - Chad Johnson made 22 saves on 24 shots by the Devils. He's now 15-3-1! The...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Mar 18, 2014

7th Annual Cuts for a Cause Bidding Now Open: Rask, Marchand, Eriksson too pretty to participate

The Boston Bruins annual charity event orchestrated by Shawn Thornton, Cuts for a Cause, will include the entire team minus just three players this year. This is the seventh year of Cuts for a Cause. 21 players, not including Shawn Thornton (who you can't bid on, as he has his head shaved by a kid from the Children's Hospital every year), are participating this year. Last year was a record-high 18 players where they also raised an all-time high of $76,000. The money goes towards pediatric cancer care. The three players not participating this year are Tuukka Rask, Brad Marchand, and Loui...

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