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Big Bad Blog | WEEI Dec 1, 2016

Riley Nash, happy to be in Boston, squares off against former team for first time

Riley Nash was more than surprised to find a crowd of reporters in front of his locker at Warrior Ice Arena this morning. “What’d I do?” a genuinely curious Nash asked. Apparently, Nash forgot to check the calendar and notice that tonight is his first head-to-head with his former team, the Hurricanes, at TD Garden. […]
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 30, 2016

The Bruins and expansion draft

Jimmy Hayes, Riley Nash, Kevan Miller, and Adam McQuaid highlight potential Vegas Golden Knights on the Bruins roster With the Vegas Golden Knights officially introduced, logos and all, who should the Bruins expose to a move out west? The Bruins must leave unprotected at least two forwards and one defensemen who have contracts running until 2018 AND have either played in 40 games this year or 70 games the past two seasons combined. Teams also must leave unprotected a goalie whose contract runs until 2018, or has negotiating rights that run until then. This is no issue, as the Bruins made...
Rotoworld Nov 18, 2016

Riley Nash got to play on top line Thursday - Riley Nash (W) Boston Bruins

Riley Nash filled in for David Pastrnak on Boston's top line Thursday night in a 1-0 loss to Minnesota.
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 14, 2016

Lie Low

The Bruins earn some down time in the Mile-High City The Bruins will rest for a bit, returning to action on Thursday in Minnesota against the Wild at 8:00PM on NESN. The Bruins barraged the Avalanche with shots, while Austin Czarnik looked great with Matt Beleskey and Riley Nash. Tuukka Rask was impenetrable- he could point to no breakdowns in coverage, either- and his teammates in turn praised his performance. (With video) The Boston Globe Last night's second period squashed the Avalanche, which was especially surprising this far along in a trying five game in seven nights stretch of...
Stanley Cup of Chowder Nov 11, 2016


It was almost a sextet, if you count the own goal... The Bruins topped the Blue Jackets, and now take wing like migratory birds toward Arizona, where the Coyotes host them on Saturday at 8:00PM on NESN. A collaboration among the bottom three Bruin lines produced all of the scoring last night. The Austin Czarnik/Riley Nash/Matt Beleskey line's fingerprints were all over the win. The Boston Globe Torey Krug is returning to form, and scored his first goal of the season. Boston Herald David Pastrnak's hard work has made him both a productive linemate and a (nearly) league leading scorer....

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