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To little surprise, Brad Marchand isn't playing against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday.
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Brad Marchand's out, IR status not official - Brad Marchand (W) Boston Bruins

To little surprise, Brad Marchand isn't playing against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday.

McQuaid, Hamilton, Marchand miss practice

BOSTON -- After defeating the St. Louis Blues 2-0 Tuesday night at TD Garden, the Bruins returned to the practice ice today without defensemen Adam McQuaid, Dougie Hamilton and forward Brad Marchand. David Krejci, who returned to the lineup Tuesday after missing the previous four games with an ongoing, undisclosed injury, did practice Wednesday. McQuaid suffered what appeared to be a right hand/arm injury early in the second period and did not return.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 19, 2014

Matt Fraser gets defensive and shows he can help fill void for Brad Marchand

Ever since scoring the overtime goal against the Montreal Canadiens in Game 4 of the second round last spring, every Bruins fan knew the kid could score. But on Tuesday night, they saw a different side of Fraser, the tough, gritty side, giving the Bruins exactly what they needed with Brad Marchand out with an […]
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 18, 2014

Brad Marchand out vs. Blues, David Krejci and Kevan Miller could return

Brad Marchand left Bruins morning skate after one line rush and was subsequently declared out for Tuesday’€™s game against the Blues. Marchand, who missed the final 13:45 of Saturday’€™s game with an undisclosed injury, practiced Monday and was termed “probable” at the time by Julien. Asked whether Marchand’€™s ailment was a concussion or head injury, […]
Boston Herald Nov 18, 2014
Bruins hurting to play

Bruins hurting to play

WILMINGTON — The Bruins will need every available able-bodied man tonight at the Garden against one of the hottest teams in the league, the St. Louis Blues.It was hard to figure out from yesterday’s practice just who would be in that category, with Brad Marchand, David Krejci and Kevan Miller all carrying different levels of uncertain status.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Nov 15, 2014

Claude Julien: Brad Marchand ‘not injured, per se’

Claude Julien said after Saturday’€™s win over the Hurricanes that Brad Marchand is “not injured, per se,”€ which is a tough way to say that someone isn’t injured. Marchand did not play the final 13:45 of Saturday’€™s game. That came two games after Marchand missed the last 6:23 of Wednesday’€™s loss to the Maple Leafs. […]
Boston Herald Nov 5, 2014
Key line straightens out

Key line straightens out

Along with the rest of the Bruins — indeed, along with the game itself — it took the line of Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and Reilly Smith a while to get cranked up last night against the Florida Panthers.But, boy, when the line did get going, was it good.“I think (this) was a real big step forward for us,” said Marchand, after making a brilliant move through Panthers defenseman Dylan Olsen and popping in the game-winning goal at 3:27 of overtime, giving the Bruins a 2-1 victory.

Marchand hot streak comes at good time

BOSTON -- If Dustin Pedroia played hockey, he probably would play with a similar style as the Bruins’ Brad Marchand. Like Pedroia, Marchand is small in stature but has an oversized personality, gets the most out of his ability, is gritty and is able to produce in big moments. So on a night when the Red Sox second baseman won his fourth career Gold Glove, it was fitting that Marchand scored in overtime to give the Bruins a 2-1 win over the Florida Panthers Tuesday at TD Garden.

GIF Recap: Bruins win! Bruins 4, Senators 2

Highlights from tonight's game in their animated glory. Brad Marchand gets the Bruins on the board. But the Sens get one back shortly thereafter. Matt Fraser gets his first... ...and his second. Dennis Seidenberg netted his first goal in quite a while. Mika Zibanejad made it close late with a nice backhand. ...but it wouldn't be enough. Bruins win! GIFs via @myregularface
Stanley Cup of Chowder Oct 31, 2014

Fresh Links: Fright Night Edition

The Sabres scored first and held on, then fell to the Bruins in overtime. It was nearly a trick on the Bruins last night as the Sabres jumped out to an early lead. Next up- Saturday evening at TD Garden the Bruins host the Senators, 7:00 PM. This tidy infographic sums up last evening's action. [Bruins.NHL] This GIF recap of the game opens with one featuring one overly enthusiastic Bruins fan. [Boston.com] Brad Marchand 's fingerprints were on each goal, and his contribution was much needed. The young Providence Bruins call-ups held their own on the blue line, logging big minutes....
Boston Herald Oct 31, 2014
Brad Marchand, Bruins find way

Brad Marchand, Bruins find way

BUFFALO — Give credit to the hapless Sabres, who were beaten into the ice physically and verbally by their coach at practice Wednesday and responded with a very respectable effort last night.But the Bruins, too, had a lot to play for. And it was the B’s, pretty good much of the night but not great, who played the best with the game on the line — coming from behind for a 3-2 overtime victory on Brad Marchand’s second goal of the night.

Bruins 3, Sabres 2 (OT): Brad Marchand works overtime to rescue Boston

Brad Marchand scored to force overtime and again in the extra session to give the Boston Bruins a 3-2 OT win over the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday at First Niagara Center. Marchand had a hand in all three Bruins goals, assisting on Adam McQuaid's second-period tally before beating Sabres goalie Jhonas Enroth for the tying and winning goals. Bruins backup goaltender Niklas Svedberg made 13 saves to earn his second victory of the season, both against Buffalo.
Boston Globe Oct 30, 2014

The Only Thing You Need To Know About the Bruins' Win Over the Sabres

Brad Marchand scored two goals to lift the increasingly desperate B's to a much needed, 3-2 win in Buffalo.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Oct 30, 2014

GIF Recap: Bruins 3, Sabres 2 (OT)

Highlights from tonight's game in ANIMATED FORM. Drew Stafford got Buffalo on the board with a PPG in the first. Niklas Svedberg with a big save on Marcus Foligno. Adam McQuaid ties it off of a nice feed from Carl Soderberg. But Tyler Ennis gets the Sabres back on top on a 2-on-1. Brad Marchand deflects a shot with his glove to tie it... ...and Marchand burns one by Enroth in OT to win it.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Oct 29, 2014

Bruins shake up lines in practice after latest loss

WILMINGTON — The Bruins reshuffled their lines in Wednesday’s practice, with both Brad Marchand and Reilly Smith being moved off Patrice Bergeron‘s line. David Krejci‘s line remained the same after a strong showing in Tuesday’s loss to the Wild, but all of the other lines were changed. They were as follows: Lucic – Krejci – […]

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