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Sportsnet.ca 17 mins ago
Bruins’ top-line struggles providing Maple Leafs a golden opportunity

Bruins’ top-line struggles providing Maple Leafs a golden opportunity

To say that the Boston Bruins’ top-line struggles are surprising would be a gigantic understatement, as Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and David Pastrnak have easily been the best line in the NHL for several years. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
NESN.com 12 hours ago

Brad Marchand, Bruins Ready For Game 6 ‘Battle’ Vs. Maple Leafs

Boston will be fighting for its life come Sunday when the Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs drop the puck for... Read More »
Stanley Cup of Chowder 23 hours ago
Bruins Game 5 lines: Ku-ready to go

Bruins Game 5 lines: Ku-ready to go

Looks like there will be a familiar face in the lineup. Sean Kuraly is officially a game-time decision, but the early indications are that he's going to play, and Joakim Nordstrom will be the odd-man out. If anything officially changes, we’ll let you know. Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - Danton Heinen Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci - David Pastrnak Marcus Johansson - Charlie Coyle - David Backes Sean Kuraly - Noel Acciari - Chris Wagner Zdeno Chara - Charlie McAvoy Torey Krug - Brandon Carlo Matt Grzelcyk - John Moore Tuukka Rask will be in net and will be excellent. Discuss.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Apr 19, 2019
Fresh Links: Good Friday

Fresh Links: Good Friday

Here’s hoping it is good for the Bruins tonight as well. Tonight is Game #5 of the Bruins v. Maple Leafs series. Tune into NESN at 7:00PM for all the action. (NBCSN is also an option.) Expect the unexpected, as Bruce Cassidy looks deep into his roster crystal ball. Providence Journal Another unexpected twist is Brad Marchand composedly taking care of business. This is NOT good news for Toronto. The Hockey News This Bruins v. Maple Leafs series has been exactly what was predicted, as befits an Original Six matchup. Bruins Daily Tonight’s Game #5 winner will be well positioned to move...
NESN.com Apr 18, 2019

Bruins’ David Krejci, Brad Marchand, John Moore Preparing For Game 5

The Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs are now knotted at two in their best-of-seven Stanley Cup Playoffs series, with... Read More »
The Hockey Writers Apr 18, 2019

Crosby, Marchand, & MacKinnon Make Halifax, NS Hockey’s Latest Hotbed

With three players finishing among the NHL’s top seven in scoring this season, Greater Halifax, Nova Scotia can boast what no other country, let alone a single city, can match. All three Maritime players had incredibly successful campaigns: Brad Marchand and Sidney Crosby each notched 100 points, and Nathan MacKinnon wasn’t far behind with 99. […] The post Crosby, Marchand, & MacKinnon Make Halifax, NS Hockey’s Latest Hotbed appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Last Word on Hockey Apr 18, 2019
Bruce Cassidy Lineup Changes Crucial in Boston Bruins Game 4 Win

Bruce Cassidy Lineup Changes Crucial in Boston Bruins Game 4 Win

The Boston Bruins have evened the series at 2-2 with their 6-4 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Wednesday night. The win featured a lineup change by Bruce Cassidy that should force the Leafs to rethink their strategy for the fifth game. Bruce Cassidy Lineup Changes Crucial in Boston Bruins Game 4 Win Lineup Change The major move Cassidy made was putting David Pastrnak on the second line with David Krejci and Jake DeBrusk. Taking Pastrnak off the top line with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron gave the Bruins a powerful two lines instead of one loaded one that the Leafs proved they could...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Apr 18, 2019
What were the Maple Leafs doing to stifle the Bruins’ first line?

What were the Maple Leafs doing to stifle the Bruins’ first line?

Short answer: clogging the slot (Editor’s note: Our man Cam is studying abroad in Europe, yet he’s still out here creating content. What a competitor. Anyways, this came in late, right before Game 4, so please excuse any weird time issues. The analysis is still valid.) The Bruins’ vaunted first line trio of Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, and David Pastrnak were largely stymied through the first three games in the team’s first-round playoff series. During the regular season, these three combined to be virtually unstoppable. As the group has struggled to manufacture shot attempts,...
The Hockey Writers Apr 18, 2019

Bruins Survive Maple Leafs Late Surge to Tie Series

TORONTO — David Pastrnak scored twice in quick succession, Brad Marchand had a goal and two assists, and the Boston Bruins survived a late Toronto surge to beat the Maple Leafs 6-4 on Wednesday and even their best-of-seven Eastern C... The post Bruins Survive Maple Leafs Late Surge to Tie Series appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Apr 17, 2019
Recap: Bruins start strong, hold on late to even their series with the Leafs

Recap: Bruins start strong, hold on late to even their series with the Leafs

Whew... We’ve got Streamables from Chris tonight! If you don’t see the videos below, click the link at the end of each description. Charlie to Charlie! Charlie McAvoy gets a pass from Charlie Coyle and buries it on the PP to give the Bruins an early lead. 1-0 Bruins Speaking of Charlie McAvoy, he’s on the giving end of this one, feeding Brad Marchand with a perfect pass for a tap-in. 2-0 Bruins Zach Hyman wins a physical battle in front, and then tips the shot home to cut the lead to 2-1 Bruins. This was one Tuukka Rask would like to have back, as Auston Matthews’ seemingly...
Sportsnet.ca Apr 17, 2019
Marchand reveals Bruins sacrificed stick to appease hockey gods

Marchand reveals Bruins sacrificed stick to appease hockey gods

Brad Marchand joked after the Bruins’ win over the Maple Leafs about sacrificing a hockey stick to the hockey gods, and what his team did to win Game 4 of their series. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
CBC News Apr 17, 2019
Pastrnak leads way as Bruins beat Leafs to even series 2-2

Pastrnak leads way as Bruins beat Leafs to even series 2-2

David Pastrnak scored twice in quick succession, Brad Marchand had a goal and two assists, and the Boston Bruins survived a late Toronto surge to beat the Maple Leafs 6-4 on Wednesday to even their best-of-seven Eastern Conference quarter-final at two games apiece.
Pension Plan Puppets Apr 17, 2019
Maple Leafs Game 4 Recap: Bad Pasta

Maple Leafs Game 4 Recap: Bad Pasta

We beat them, but their top line beat us. The Toronto Maple Leafs outshot the Boston Bruins 42-31, they won the Corsi battle 70-43, they did everything right. Except shut down the Bruins first line. David Pastrnak scored twice, and Brad Marchand had three primary points (1g, 2a) in a 6-4, gut-wrenching Game 4 loss at Scotiabank Arena. The Leafs nearly completed a three-goal comeback in the third period on the back of a two-goal, seven-shot night from Auston Matthews, but they came up just short in the end. First Period Quantitatively, the Leafs didn’t look very good at the beginning of...
NESN.com Apr 17, 2019

Watch Brad Marchand Score First Period Goal For Bruins Vs. Maple Leafs

The Boston Bruins got off to a fast start against the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 4 of the first-round... Read More »
Sportsnet.ca Apr 17, 2019
Brad Marchand taps in cross-crease pass to score on Andersen

Brad Marchand taps in cross-crease pass to score on Andersen

Watch as Brad Marchand gets his stick on a long cross-crease pass from Charlie McAvoy, putting the puck past Frederik Andersen for a quick 2-0 lead for the Bruins over the Maple Leafs. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

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