11:01 PM EST, Sat January 31, 2015
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Brad Marchand scored twice in the Bruins’ 3-1 win over the Kings on Saturday night.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 29, 2015
The Bruins are on the Island, but not for vacation. Tonight the Bruins return to game action against the Islanders , 7:00PM at Nassau Coliseum. That would be the Metropolitan Division leading Islanders, thank you... [NESN] Miscreant Brad Marchand should be well rested. But will the Bruins lose momentum post break? [MetroWestDailyNews] Torey Krug brings a unique skill set despite his size, opening options for the Bruins to deploy other players in new ways. He also spoke about the impact of losing Johnny Boychuk. [CausewayCrowd] It was a blessing that Zdeno Chara did not participate...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 20, 2015
Loui Eriksson returns to familiar turf, as the Bruins meet former teammates. Two games to go until the All-Star Break! Tonight the Bruins face the Stars in Dallas, 8:30 PM. Familar faces will be on ice against the Bruins this week. [PatriotLedger] Good on Tyler Seguin for his personal success, he likely would not in the same position had he remained a Bruin. [MetroWestDailyNews] Meanwhile, the Bruins will take what inspiration they can from the Patriots' big win. [ESPN] As Brad Marchand completes his suspension, he might want to rethink how he flirts with disaster....
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 20, 2015
I was over by the Garden on Saturday and I saw a guy in a Free Marchand" shirt. I asked him where he got it, and he said it was from the time Brad Marchand tried to kill Sami Salo. He said, "I figured it was a good investment at the time. Sure it was $15, but I knew I would get a good amount of use out of it." And here we are, at the end of another (deserved) suspension for the Menace from the Maritimes. I doubt it'll be the last, either. I love that little bastard. Granted, most of that is due to him playing very, very good hockey for the Bruins. But I'd be lying if the non-injurious...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 19, 2015
Just a short roadie this week, then the All-Star Break. Let's move past the loss Saturday against the Blue Jackets. UGH. Next up? The Stars on Tuesday, and Avalanche on Wednesday. Hard to believe that the Bruins could have taken any team lightly in their own dire situation. Cute passes were not in their best interest. [BostonHerald] In brief, here are some notes from the game. Carl Soderberg had a busy night. [MetroWestDailyNews] The loss knocked the wind out of the Bruins. Brad Marchand sitting in the press box was no help at all. [BostonHerald] Dancing on the edge of not...
Boston Herald Jan 18, 2015
Brad Marchand and the Bruins don’t always see eye-to-eye with the NHL Department of Player Safety.However, there was little argument from them concerning the two-game suspension the league handed the winger for slew-footing New York Rangers forward Derick Brassard.
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Jan 17, 2015
Speaking to the media Saturday for the first time since slew-footing Rangers forward Derick Brassard, Brad Marchand fessed up to what he called a “dangerous” infraction and said he considers himself fortunate to have not received a bigger suspension than the two-game ban he received. “It could be worse,” Marchand said. “It could be three […]
Boston Bruins Blog | ESPN Boston Jan 17, 2015
BOSTON -- Bruins forward Brad Marchand begins his two-game suspension when Boston hosts the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night at TD Garden. Marchand participated in the Bruins’ optional skate Saturday morning and afterwards addressed the league’s decision to suspend him for his slew-foot on New York Rangers’ Derick Brassard on Thursday night. “It could be worse. It could be three or four so I’ve got to be happy it’s not.
Rotoworld Jan 17, 2015
Daniel Paille will take Brad Marchand's spot on the Bruins' second line during the latter's two-game suspension.
Boston Herald Jan 17, 2015
WILMINGTON — Bruins left winger Brad Marchand got into a slew of trouble yesterday with the NHL’s Department of Player Safety.Marchand was handed a two-game suspension without pay for a slew-foot infraction on New York center Derick Brassard in Thursday night’s 3-0 victory over the Rangers at the Garden. The incident occurred at 14:30 of the second period with the Rangers on the power play.
Boston Globe Jan 16, 2015
The feisty Bruins forward couldn't escape the NHL's discipline for his actions against the Rangers on Thursday.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 16, 2015
Brad Marchand was a bad boy last night, taking a page out of P.K. Subban's book and slewfooting the heck out of Derick Brassard: Ouch. No wonder everyone hates the Little Ball of Hate. Anyhow, we all know that Brad Marchand generally gets negative benefit of the doubt. As someone put it, "the doubt of the benefit." And, per Amalie Benjamin, the league is looking at it: The Department of Player Safety will be reviewing the Brad Marchand slew foot, per a source.— Amalie Benjamin (@AmalieBenjamin) January 16, 2015 So, what do y'all think? He's been suspended before. There was no injury...
Rangers Rants | Bergen Record Jan 16, 2015
The Bruins’ Brad Marchand was suspended for two games, losing $48,387.10 in salary, for his slew foot on Rangers center Derick Brassard during a second-period power play in the Rangers’ 3-0 loss at Boston on Thursday night. The NHL actued swiftly. Marchand’s disciplinary hearing was this afternoon. Here’s the wording from the NHL Department of Player Safety: “Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand has been suspended for two games, without pay, for slew-footing New York Rangers forward Derick Brassard during NHL Game No. 644 in Boston on Thursday, January 15, the National Hockey...
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Jan 16, 2015
Brad Marchand was suspended two games for slew-footing Derick Brassard during Thursday night’s game against the Rangers. Marchand will miss Saturday’s game against the Blue Jackets and Tuesday’s game in Dallas before being eligible to return against the Avalanche on Wednesday in Boston’s final game before the All-Star break. For the video explanation of the […]
Big Bad Blog | WEEI Jan 16, 2015
WILMINGTON — Brad Marchand has a phone hearing with the NHL‘s Department of Player Safety to discuss his slew-foot on Rangers forward Derick Brassard in Thursday’s win over the Rangers. Claude Julien declined to comment on the play, only sharing that Marchand had a hearing. Perhaps in anticipation of a potential Marchand suspension, Julien skated […]
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