12:43 PM EST, Wed February 10, 2016

Unlucky Seven

Brace yourselves for seven more years of the Bettman The Bruins return to action tomorrow evening, hosting the Maple Leafs at 7:00PM. At mid-season, Cam Neely is well aware of what lies ahead for the Bruins, and acknowledges consistency as an issue, especially at home.[BostonHerald] Patrice Bergeron embodies what his peers look to as an example of what a player should be. For one NHL scout, he was the one that got away.[ScoutingPost] Bergeron's game is noted for one skill that is usually frowned on at the All-Star Game...[BruinsDaily] Plenty of fun was had, Bergeron participated in in...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 29, 2016

Patrice Bergeron to pass beautifully in all-star skills competition

Gaze upon his works, ye mighty, and despair! The All-Star Game skills competition is tomorrow, and we'll have more on it tomorrow, but the NHL just announced who would be doing what for the east. Patrice Bergeron, the best player in the world, is graciously allowing other players to shine in most events. However, he'll be doing two of them. Look for him in the following events in the Skills Challenge Relay: One-timer passing (left-handed shooters) Mini-Net Passing (right-handed shooters) Of course, every player participates in the shoot-until-you-miss shootout as well. We all know...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 29, 2016

2016 NHL All-Star Game: Patrice Bergeron goes to Nashville

New format, some of the same players going back. The Bruins send the perfect touch to round out the Atlantic. C'mon, like this was actually up for debate as to who was going for the B's. After months of voting from fans and foes alike, controversies on whether or not goons should be going to the All-Star Game or not, and it's most disappointing jerseys, we've finally got our rosters. And the one player that has been the Bruins consistently best player on and off the ice, and the perma alternate captain for life; Patrice Bergeron. Bergeron has already had a very productive year so far, with...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 29, 2016

Fighting Friday

Bobby Robins and John Scott would like a word with you One NHL tough guy is in the news, and another still keeps in touch after retirement. One major reason the Bruins are not circling the NHL drain at the All-Star break is due to their all-star, Patrice Bergeron.[TheBostonGlobe] Never tell me the odds! The Bruins stand at a 4:1 likelihood of winning the Stanley Cup, but much depends on what lies immediately ahead.[NESN] Don't lock in your postseason travel plans yet. The Bruins future depends on some Don Sweeney choices, player health, and whether or not streakiness continues for the...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 20, 2016

Ringing The Bell

The Bruins returned to Boston with two points, having pushed the Canadiens out ofa playoff spot. Oh, what a beautiful morning... the sun is shining, the Bruins beat the Canadiens, and all is well with the world. It is always nice to leave the Centre Bell with a win, especially when that includes a goal from each French Canadian Bruin.[TheBostonGlobe] David Pastrnak returned to action and found success with energy players Max Talbot and Zac Rinaldo. The Bruins raised funds to aid Denna Laing.[TheBostonGlobe] Patrice Bergeron has reached another Bruins milestone, and Tuukka Rask was...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 19, 2016

Patrice Bergeron's goal puts him ahead of Cam Neely in all-time Bruins scoring

Prior to this game, Patrice Bergeron was tied with Cam Neely with 590 points as a Bruin. Tonight? Well, tonight he made Mike Condon look silly: Bergeron is now the sole holder of 9th in the Bruins all-time scoring list with 591. Next up? Terry O'Reilly with 606. David Krejci is 21st with 442. The goal gets Bergeron ever closer to passing Dit Clapper for 12th. Not bad for a guy who's still outside the top 10 in all-time games played.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 18, 2016

Saves Like Michael Ryder

Torey Krug covers a lot of net for a little guy In a game that no one will be watching, the Bruins have busted out the Winter Classic jerseys again. — Amalie Benjamin (@AmalieBenjamin) January 16, 2016 "Hmmmm maybe if we wear the winter classic jerseys they won't notice we scratched the wrong Miller." — Ian McLaren (@iancmclaren) January 16, 2016 Bruins obviously trying to clear some inventory from the pro shop before it heads to Marshalls. — dafoomie (@dafoomie) January 16, 2016 Patrice Bergeron on his Tom Brady shit. Scores on breakaway 45 seconds in. — DJ Bean...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 17, 2016

Simply Brad: B's Snag Late Victory

Marchand's Last-Minute Tally Gives B's 3-2 Win Brad Marchand's 16th goal of the season was scored on two separate occasions in last night's 3-2 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs. The first occurrence, early in the final frame, saw Patrice Bergeron feed Marchand in front with a beautiful tap-in pass. The call on the ice was challenged by Maple Leafs bench-boss Mike Babcock, and the goal was overturned -- the play ruled offside. It was back to 15 goals on the season for Marchand, although that didn't last long. With 47 seconds remaining in the third period, Marchand picked off a Martin...
Toronto Star Jan 16, 2016
Leafs lose fifth straight on Bruins’ last-minute goal

Leafs lose fifth straight on Bruins’ last-minute goal

Bosotn's Patrice Bergeron scores in opening minute of first and second periods.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 16, 2016

Brad Marchand's goal called back due to offsides. Did they make the right call?

Check out the clips here and vote Today in the third period, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron broke into the Leafs zone and Bergeron put the puck perfectly on Marchand's tape for a beatiful tap-in goal. Here it is: The goal was challenged and called back. Here's the review: Do you think that's the right call? Clips collected by CrzyCanucklehead Poll Was this good? Should have been a goal Review was wrong, not offside Holy Smokes, Brad Marchand is so awesome   0 votes | Results
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 16, 2016

Mid-Season Report Cards: Forwards

Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, and Loui Eriksson are all fantastic. Patrice Bergeron: A+++ (42 GP, 15-23-38, +5, 24 PIM) Patrice Bergeron is the best player in the NHL and should be in the discussion for the Hart. He’s still dominating the possession game while playing against insane competition. He’s still one of the best PKers in the league. Only difference is this year, he’s added another dimension to his game on the PP. Among players with over 100 minutes on the PP, only two get points at a faster rate than Bergeron. One is Patrick Kane and the other gets to pass to Alex...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 14, 2016

Patrice Bergeron Helps Denna Laing Appeal

The B's star is stepping up to help a fellow Boston player in need As Boston Pride's Denna Laing begins her recovery from a serious injury suffered on New Year's Eve playing for the Pride at the Women's Winter Classic,  the hockey world is uniting in support behind her. Latest to do so is the Bruins' assistant captain Patrice Bergeron, who is showing some solidarity and support for his fellow Boston player with a truly gigantic raffle prize. Bergeron has donated the use of his personal suite at TD Garden as the prize for a raffle aimed at raising as much as possible for the Denna Laing...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Jan 13, 2016

Bruins vs. Flyers: The Lines are Out!

Not a lot of ch-ch-ch-ch-CHANGES from last game. Let's Dance! With an optional skate for both squads this morning, we're going off of yesterday's practice lines. It looks like there could be a little shuffling for the Bruins before the next game. With the offense in a little bit of a lull, Claude has seemingly bumped big man Jimmy Hayes to the top line with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron. David Pastrnak has taken Hayes' spot next to Vatrano and Kemppainen on the 3rd line, which gives the that line some major speed and firepower on the wing. Not sure what it means for Brett Connolly,...

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