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Stanley Cup of Chowder Feb 28, 2015

In their words: Bruins vs. Coyotes

Read what the B's had to say about their 4-1 win. Chris Kelly on the energy the young guys have brought They’re filling big shoes when they’re called up and they’ve done a great job. That youth movement is great to have when guys come up and contribute." Reilly Smith on how Patrice Bergeron makes his life easier on the ice How doesn’t he make my job easier? I make a mistake and it seems like he’s always there to bail me out. He’s all over the ice. I don’t really know how he does it. Smith on trying to end the month on a good note We had a talk about trying to win our last...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Feb 28, 2015

GIF Recap: Bruins 4, Coyotes 1

Highlights from tonight's game in tiny bursts of animation. GIFs via @CrzyCanucklehed Milan Lucic gets the scoring started after a misplay by Mike Smith. Brad Marchand finishes a great passing sequence with a beautiful wristshot. Reilly Smith is initially credited for this goal, but later given to Patrice Bergeron. Looks like it went in off of Keith Yandle's foot. Zdeno Chara unleashes a one-timer for a PPG that ends Mike Smith's night. Martin Erat gets Arizona on the board with a great tip midway through the third. asdf
Rotoworld Feb 15, 2015

Bergeron not happy with B's unforced errors - Patrice Bergeron (C) Boston Bruins

Patrice Bergeron wasn't pleased with the number of mistakes his team made in Friday's 5-2 loss to Vancouver.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Feb 14, 2015

GIF Recap: Canucks 5 - Bozos 2

This team is painful to watch. First Period: Shawn Matthias pops home a feed from (*gulp* future Bruin?) Zach Kassian, and gives those pesky shits from British Columbia a 1-0 lead. Dougie Hamilton with an egregious turnover and Matthias adds his second goal in three minutes and eighteen seconds. Matthias 2 - Bruins 0. Patrice Bergeron does that thing he does a lot where he puts the team on his back and keeps them/brings them back into the game. Bad Guys 2 - Mismanaged-Salary-Cap-Team 1. Bruins continued to give themselves hope, killing off a high-sticking double-minor to Gregory...
Boston Herald Feb 5, 2015
Bruins Notebook: Danny Paille in rough stretch

Bruins Notebook: Danny Paille in rough stretch

NEW YORK — After 51 games, Daniel Paille is as surprised as anyone to see some of his statistics.In perhaps the most confounding season of his career, the struggling Paille has one goal and seven assists. And, after being a plus player the past two seasons, he’s a team-low minus-9. The last time he scored was Nov. 21 in Columbus, Ohio. His last point came Jan. 7 when he was bumped up to the Patrice Bergeron line briefly, and it appeared his game was about to enjoy a renaissance.

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