6:03 PM EST, Thu November 27, 2014
Die By The Blade 1 hour ago
Lowry suspended one game for hit on Kaleta

Lowry suspended one game for hit on Kaleta

The Jets forward will sit for Winnipeg's Friday night battle with the Bruins. The NHL announced on Thanksgiving that they have suspended Jets forward Adam Lowry one game for his hit from behind on Patrick Kaleta. Lowry received a five-minute major and a game misconduct for the hit as well. Kaleta left the game, but returned in the third period after getting stitched up. Combined with Lowry not being a repeat offender, the length of the suspension is not surprising.
Winnipeg Sun 3 hours ago

Jets rookie Adam Lowry suspended one game for hit from behind in Buffalo

BOSTON – Winnipeg Jets centre Adam Lowry has been given a one-game suspension and will miss Friday's game against the Boston Bruins.

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Boston Herald 18 hours ago
Bruins give David Pastrnak chance to stick

Bruins give David Pastrnak chance to stick

WILMINGTON — Well, it looks like David Pastrnak will get a real chance to show what he can do in the National Hockey League.After first dipping his toes into the NHL waters on a line with Alexander Khokhlachev and Jordan Caron in his debut Tuesday at the Garden against Pittsburgh, the 18-year-old rookie saw some late-game shifts with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand. The trio nearly produced the go-ahead goal in what ended as an overtime loss.

Andy Brickley, NESN, talks about the Bruins struggling offense, 11-26-14

Andy Brickley joined the show to talk about David Pastrnak's first game, the offensive struggles, and Milan Lucic playing with the Swedes.

Forward Chris Kelly back at practice

WILMINGTON, Mass. -- After missing the past two games with an undisclosed injury, Bruins forward Chris Kelly was back on the practice ice Wednesday morning at Ristuccia Arena. Bruins coach Claude Julien tweaked his line combinations a bit. Rookie David Pastrnak, who made his NHL debut during Monday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins, was playing the right side at practice, along with Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand. Here are th ...
Boston Herald Nov 26, 2014
Bruins feel good with latest effort

Bruins feel good with latest effort

Under the circumstances, earning one point against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Monday night wasn’t a bad consolation prize for the Bruins.The Penguins came to town with three of the NHL’s top nine scorers, a 13-4-2 record that was sixth-best in the league, a 7-2-1 record in their last 10 games and a 7-2-1 road record.

Bruins recall Seth Griffith, send Jordan Caron, Alex Khokhlachev to Providence

The Boston Bruins recalled forward Seth Griffith from Providence of the AHL and assigned forwards Jordan Caron and Alex Khokhlachev to the P-Bruins, the team announced Tuesday. Griffith had been assigned to Providence prior to Monday's 3-2 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins at TD Garden. Caron and Khokhlachev both played in that game. Griffith has five goals and two assists for seven points in 18 games for the Bruins this season. Caron has played in two games for the Bruins this season, while Khokhlachev has played in three games.
Boston Globe Nov 25, 2014

New-Look Soderberg Line Shines in Bruins Loss

The brightest spot in Monday's Bruins' game was the play of a new fangled line featuring Carl Soderberg and Loui Eriksson joined by Milan Lucic.

Bruins have moment to catch breath

BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins can finally breathe -- sort of. One of their toughest stretches of the season is complete, and they finished with a 3-1-1 record against some solid opponents. On Monday, the Bruins played well and earned a point with their 3-2 overtime loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins at TD Garden. This five-game stretch in 10 days for the Bruins included wins over the Carolina Hurricanes, St. Louis Blues and Columbus Blue Jackets, and a loss to the Montreal Canadiens.
Boston Herald Nov 25, 2014
Bruins make their point

Bruins make their point

For the second game in a row, the Bruins battled hard against a quality opponent.And unlike their shutout loss Saturday to the Montreal Canadiens, the B’s very well could have come away with a victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins last night at the Garden.Instead, the Bruins had to settle for one point as the Penguins leaned heavily on their two-headed monster of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin to come away with a 3-2 overtime victory.
Boston Herald Nov 25, 2014
Bruins Notebook: Groin pull forces Krejci to miss 12th game

Bruins Notebook: Groin pull forces Krejci to miss 12th game

David Krejci, who missed his 12th game of the season last night when the Bruins lost, 3-2, in overtime to the Pittsburgh Penguins, is battling a groin pull, a source told the Herald yesterday.The center has been in and out of the lineup the whole season. He missed the first three games of the year after injuring himself in the final preseason match, played nine, missed two, played one, missed four, played one and has now missed the last three contests.

Pastrnak on debut: 'I tried to enjoy it'

BOSTON -- David Pastrnak admitted he was a bit nervous before making his NHL debut for the Boston Bruins Monday night at TD Garden. It’s only natural for an 18-year-old rookie, currently the youngest player in the NHL, to feel that way, but he showed his typical style of risk and reward in his first game at this level. Pastrnak started on the Bruins’ fourth line, along with fellow rookie Alex Khokhlachev and Jordan Caron. However, late in the game Bruins coach Claude Julien decided to give Pastrnak a few shifts on the second line with Patrice Bergeron and Reilly Smith.
Boston Globe Nov 24, 2014

Boston Bruins 3-2 OT Loss to Pittsburgh Penguins in GIFs

Plenty of exciting play dotted the Bruins/Penguins game despite the B's eventually falling in overtime.
Boston Globe Nov 24, 2014

The Only Thing You Need to Know About the Bruins' Loss to the Penguins

The Bruins dropped a tight game in overtime but continued to show the kind of resolve necessary to get through their current, injury-filled plight.
Boston Herald Nov 24, 2014
Pens beat Bruins in OT

Pens beat Bruins in OT

Evgeni Malkin scored his second goal of the game just 32 seconds into overtime to lift the Pittsburgh Penguins to a 3-2 victory over the Bruins at the Garden.The undermanned B’s again played well and, unlike in their loss to Montreal on Saturday, they were able to grab one point out of this affair. But one was all they get.

Rapid Reaction: Penguins 3, Bruins 2

BOSTON -- On a night when all eyes were on David Pastrnak's NHL debut for the Boston Bruins, the Pittsburgh Penguins finished with a 3-2 overtime win Monday at TD Garden. The Penguins' Evgeni Malkin scored only 32 seconds into overtime for the victory. Milan Lucic and Joe Morrow scored for the Bruins, while goaltender Tuukka Rask finished with 30 saves. Pittsburgh received a pair of goals from Malkin, while Sidney Crosby contributed one.

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