11:10 PM EDT, Wed April 01, 2015
Boston Bruins Rumors & News
Stanley Cup of Chowder 10 hours ago
Just like the proverbial cat, the Bruins are stayin' alive The Bruins were 'bouyed by the boys' in last night's win over the Panthers. Cam Neely's reaction from the box should tell you everything you need to know. Torey Krug came-this-close to a goal. Here's the GIF recap of the game. [Boston.com] Shhhhhh! A "secret message" sparked the Bruins to their third period press to win. [TheBostonGlobe] Take five... observations from the game. After that ever-so-patient backhander, Loui Eriksson became the third Bruin to tally 20 goals this season. [WEEI] March heirs? The Milan Lucic...
Stanley Cup of Chowder 13 hours ago
For a number of reasons, one of the Bruins' brightest young stars has called it quits BOSTON, MA -- The Bruins were a confused group after Tuesday's 3-2 victory against the Panthers, as Dougie Hamilton, missing another game with an as-yet undisclosed injury,...
On Frozen Pond | Miami Herald 4 hours ago
TWITTER: @GeorgeRichards BOSTON -- The few players still inside the Panthers' locker room following Tuesday's game weren't in much mood to talk. The 3-2 loss to the host Bruins was a devastating one as Florida needed a victory to keep...
South Florida Sun-Sentinel 9 hours ago
The players somberly tossed out the company line about how the Panthers were still mathematically alive for a playoff berth, but for the first time this season, their hollow eyes showed little belief after Tuesday's devastating 3-2 loss to the Bruins that was sealed with 69 seconds left on...
Stanley Cup of Chowder 14 hours ago
Per sources, Soupy gets "handshake-agreement" on terms for a new contract with the Bruins. Sources from the Bruins organization have leaked that veteran center and locker room presence Gregory Campbell will be receiving a new three-year contract extension that will run through the 2017-18 NHL season and pay him a total of $5.75 million over that stretch. More details below. Gregory James Campbell, son of Colin Campbell, agreed in term to an extension early Wednesday morning that will keep him a Bruin through the 2017-18 season. Campbell, a core piece of the 2011 Stanley Cup team, will also...
Boston Globe 1 hour ago
CineSports Brian Clark asks Boston.coms Jeff Pini how the Lucic-Spooner-Pastrnak line is carrying the Bruins, and what the team needs to do to lock up a playoff berth.
Boston Globe 5 hours ago
With the college hockey season down to the Frozen Four, a wave of unrestricted free agents have begun to sign with NHL teams, and one prominent player is making his way to Boston.
Boston Globe 11 hours ago
The trio has carried the Bs offense for the entire month.
Boston Herald 20 hours ago
The Bruins went with the same lineup in last night’s 3-2 win over the Panthers that they did in their previous three games. But pretty soon, coach Claude Julien will have some decisions to make, decisions that could drastically alter what the forward lines look like.For the time being, he’s got David Krejci on Patrice Bergeron’s right wing, but Krejci’s not only a natural centerman, he’s a very good one. It’s safe to assume that Krejci will be back in the middle at some point.
Boston Herald 22 hours ago
The Bruins were playing their biggest game to date last night and they were, quite frankly, flushing it down the hopper.After taking a first period lead, they allowed the Florida Panthers two second period goals, the go-ahead tally coming on a combination of boo-boos. That goal appeared to sap the B’s of all energy and verve.But with a very sticky situation staring them in the face, the B’s righted themselves in the third period to capture a dramatic 3-2 regulation victory over the Panthers.
Boston Globe 22 hours ago
Past and present Seventh Player Award winners stepped up for the Bruins in what may go down as one of the defining games of the team’s season.
BOSTON -- There are certain plays during a season that may appear subtle, but turn out to be quite significant. If you watched the Boston Bruins' 3-2 win over the Florida Panthers on Tuesday at TD Garden, your initial reaction was probably that Milan Lucic's game-winning goal at 18:51 of the third period was the key moment. His 18th goal of the season helped the Bruins earn a crucial two points. But it was the effort of defenseman Adam McQuaid that quite possibly saved Boston’s season.
Boston Globe Mar 31, 2015
In a crucial game between a team chasing Boston in the standings for the final wild card spot, the goal was the biggest of the season as it completed the Bruins come-from-behind win.
Boston Globe Mar 31, 2015
Boston Bruins rookie David Pastrnak didn’t need many games to make a strong impression.
Boston Herald Mar 31, 2015
Milan Lucic has not had the season he (or the team) wanted. He has 17 goals and likely will continue the scoring decline that began with his career-high 30 in 2010-11. With just one season left on his contract, his future with the Bruins is uncertain.But right now, the rugged Vancouver native is providing something that the B’s desperately need from him — leadership.
philly.com Mar 30, 2015
David Pastrnak scored on a nice centering pass from Carl Soderberg with 37 seconds remaining in overtime, giving the Boston Bruins a 2-1 win over the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday.
Boston Herald Mar 30, 2015
RALEIGH, N.C. — After his 30-save performance in the Bruins’ 2-1 overtime win against Carolina yesterday, Tuukka Rask revealed it was a migraine that chased him out of Saturday’s game against the Rangers and not the dehydration that originally was rumored to be the cause of his abrupt exit.
Boston Herald Mar 30, 2015
RALEIGH, N.C. — The Black and Gold jalopy is still dangerously careening down the road on two wheels, but at least now the Bruins have put themselves in the driver’s seat.They did so yesterday with their 2-1 overtime victory against the very pesky Carolina Hurricanes. With 37 seconds left in OT, rookie David Pastrnak blasted a terrific Carl Soderberg pass low through the splitting pads of Anton Khudobin, and the B’s completed a four-point weekend.