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Chowder and Champions May 17, 2018

Boston Bruins: Rick Nash didn’t do his job in 2018

The Boston Bruins acquired Rick Nash to help them make a run for the playoffs, but once again Nash disappeared in the postseason. When the Boston Bruins acquired Rick Nash at the trade deadline, Bruins fans were cautiously optimistic. Nash is nearing the end of his career but he seemed to fit the Bruins system […] Boston Bruins: Rick Nash didn’t do his job in 2018 - Chowder and Champions - Chowder and Champions - A Boston Sports Site - Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and More!
Stanley Cup of Chowder May 14, 2018
Will the Bruins try to acquire a 2018 first-round pick?

Will the Bruins try to acquire a 2018 first-round pick?

After trading away their first-round pick for Rick Nash, there’s a chance that the Bruins look to get back into the top 31...or even Top 10! With the Bruins trading away their 2018 first-round pick to the New York Rangers for Rick Nash, it goes without saying that Don Sweeney may be looking to make a move to get back into the opening round. Edmonton Oilers GM Peter Chiarelli (You know, the guy who made the Hall for Larsson deal?) made it known that he’s willing to take part in discussions about the 10th-overall pick. If the Bruins were going to go after the Edmonton pick, who would it...
SNY TV May 10, 2018

Rick Nash is looking for a place where he can win

Rick Nash is looking for a place where he can win
NESN.com May 9, 2018
Rick Nash Sees Bright Future For Talented Bruins — And Wants To Be Part Of It

Rick Nash Sees Bright Future For Talented Bruins — And Wants To Be Part Of It

BOSTON — Rick Nash has been around the block a few times. He’s played 16 NHL seasons, reached the postseason... Read More »
Highlights: Bruins lose 4-3 in OT

Highlights: Bruins lose 4-3 in OT

A tough loss across the board. 1st Period: Bruce started the game with some interesting lineup choices, taking Tommy Wingels, Danton Heinen and Riley Nash out in favor of Tim Schaller, Ryan Donato and Brian Gionta. Most agree that changes needed to be made, but I doubt many could’ve guessed this was the way Cassidy would go. The Bruins started the game stronger than Game 3, landing 2 credited SOG in the opening minutes, but every attempt was from above the dots, a theme in this series. Unfortunately, a turnover from a top six forward resulted in a goal, this time off of Rick Nash’s...
Steven Stamkos catches Rick Nash with a elbow to the head

Steven Stamkos catches Rick Nash with a elbow to the head

Will his hit be reviewed or was the ensuing power play goal enough punishment? Late in the 1st period, with Boston down 2-0, Tampa Bay superstar Steven Stamkos caught Bruins forward Rick Nash in the head with a clear elbow. Despite the obvious hit to a player’s head, Stamkos was only assessed a minor penalty, which the Bruins scored on to cut the lead to one goal. The hit can be seen below for reference. Stamkos with the hit to the head on Rick Nash, and hell sit for less than two minutes thanks to David Pastrnakhttps://t.co/xUCYXFfbKJ— StanleyCup ofChowder (@cupofchowdah) May 4,...
Lineups: Game 4 - Bruins vs. Lightning

Lineups: Game 4 - Bruins vs. Lightning

What lineup change cards will Bruce use in a near must win Game 4? Forwards These are almost certainly going to look different during morning skate, and maybe even at game time. We will update as news comes in from Warrior/TD Garden. EDIT: It’s DonatoMania! Ryan Donato will play tonight, per Bruce Cassidy. Still TBD who he will play with. #NHLBruins— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) May 4, 2018 Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - David Pastrnak Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci - Rick Nash Danton Heinen - Riley Nash - David Backes/Ryan Donato? Tim Schaller/Tommy Wingels - Sean Kuraly - Noel...
www.bostonherald.com May 4, 2018
David Backes understands his game and the Bruins need some sharpening

David Backes understands his game and the Bruins need some sharpening

Bruce Cassidy confirmed that, yes, Tuukka Rask will start in tonight’s pivotal Game 4 against the Tampa Bay Lightning.But aside from that comically obvious concession, the Bruins coach wasn’t giving up anything else about his lineup after yesterday’s quick but pointed practice at Warrior Ice Arena.Two important players, Brad Marchand and Jake DeBrusk, did not practice, taking maintenance days, so there’s nothing yet to read into the fact that Ryan Donato skated on the second line in DeBrusk’s usual spot with David Krejci and Rick Nash, and Danton Heinen took Marchand’s spot on...
Recap: In Game 3 loss, Bruins’ forward depth, defense go silent for 40 minutes

Recap: In Game 3 loss, Bruins’ forward depth, defense go silent for 40 minutes

There was much left to be desired in Game 3, but you at least have to credit the top-six for trying. From the onset of the game, Tampa showed much more patience than Boston. The jitters were obvious early, especially on Matt Grzelcyk’s failure to corral a bouncing chip-in that immediately resulted in a goal. Ondrej Palat would tip a point shot from Victor Hedman to put Tampa up by two in under five minutes. The energy from Boston climbed towards the end of the first, and DeBrusk’s patented zing - along with a VERY disorienting cycle from him, David Krejci and Rick Nash - drew a...
Lightning @ Bruins: Game 3 - Projected Lines

Lightning @ Bruins: Game 3 - Projected Lines

Bruce Cassidy looks to his locked-in roster for a home-opening win in the second round of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Boston Bruins Forwards Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - David Pastrnak Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci - Rick Nash Danton Heinen - Riley Nash - David Backes Tim Schaller - Sean Kuraly - Noel Acciari Defense Zdeno Chara - Charlie McAvoy Torey Krug - Kevan Miller Matt Grzelcyk - Adam McQuaid Goalies Tuukka Rask Anton Khudobin Tampa Bay Lightning Forwards J.T. Miller - Steven Stamkos - Nikita Kucherov Ondrej Palat - Brayden Point - Tyler Johnson Alex Killorn - Anthony Cirelli...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Apr 30, 2018
Bruins lines vs. Tampa: Same old, same old

Bruins lines vs. Tampa: Same old, same old

If things are working, why mess with them? If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Right? Right. The Bruins will be rolling with the same group that was out there in Game 1, barring a last-minute change after warm-ups. Tuukka Rask, David Krejci and Kevan Miller all missed practice yesterday, but are expected to play. Brad Marchand - Patrice Bergeron - David Pastrnak Jake DeBrusk - David Krejci - Rick Nash Danton Heinen - Riley Nash - David Backes Tim Schaller - Sean Kuraly - Noel Acciari Zdeno Chara - Charlie McAvoy Torey Krug - Kevan Miller Matt Grzelcyk - Adam McQuaid Tuukka Rask Expect Tampa to...
www.bostonherald.com Apr 29, 2018
Bruins notebook: Rick Nash has history of scoring in bunches

Bruins notebook: Rick Nash has history of scoring in bunches

TAMPA — Rick Nash has a history of scoring in bunches and that was the case for the veteran winger in yesterday’s 6-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Lightning at Amalie Arena.The Bruins secured Game 1 of their best-of-seven playoff series against the Bolts. The series resumes tomorrow night on the same sheet of ice.Nash scored on a net-presence goal on the power play and on a snipe from the top of the right circle at even strength. Nash has three goals and one assist in eight playoff games.“It nice and I’ve always seemed to be, throughout my career, my goals have always come in...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Apr 28, 2018
Highlights: Bruins storm into Tampa, win Game 1 by a 6-2 score

Highlights: Bruins storm into Tampa, win Game 1 by a 6-2 score

A satisfying, exciting start to this second-round series. All highlights come from Chris/@CrzyCanucklehed. If you don’t see the highlights below, it might be because you’re on mobile or you have an ad blocker installed. Click on the score above each highlight to open the video directly. Kevan Miller drew a tripping penalty, and Rick Nash had this awesome tip of a David Pastrnak shot to open the scoring early. 1-0 Bruins. David Pastrnak with the beautiful pass to a wide-open Patrice Bergeron, who flubs one past Andrei Vasilevskiy to make it 2-0 Bruins. Dan Girardi scores on a toss...
Sportsnet.ca Apr 28, 2018
Nash, Bergeron score twice, Bruins beat Lightning in Game 1

Nash, Bergeron score twice, Bruins beat Lightning in Game 1

Rick Nash and Boston’s high-scoring line of Patrice Bergeron, David Pastrnak and Brad Marchand are to a flying start in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The post Nash, Bergeron score twice, Bruins beat Lightning in Game 1 appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
www.bostonherald.com Apr 28, 2018
Bruins defeat Lightning, 6-2

Bruins defeat Lightning, 6-2

Powered by a pair of goals from Rick Nash, the Boston Bruins jumped to a 1-0 series lead with a 6-2 victory in Tampa this afternoon. Check back for the complete game coverage.  Boston123—6Tampa Bay020—2First Period: 1, Boston, Ric.Nash 2 (Pastrnak, Bergeron), 17:11 (pp).Second Periodd: 2, Boston, Bergeron 2 (Pastrnak, Marchand), 0:42. 3, Tampa Bay, Girardi 1 (Hedman, Paquette), 2:31. 4, Boston, Ric.Nash 3 (Pastrnak, Krejci), 12:33. 5, Tampa Bay, Sergachev 2 (Point, Gourde), 13:22 (pp).Third Period: 6, Boston, Marchand 4 (McAvoy), 3:32. 7, Boston, Bergeron 3 (Pastrnak, Marchand), 10:11....

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