3:07 AM EST, Mon November 24, 2014

Reports: Pastrnak recalled from Providence

The Boston Bruins have recalled first-round pick David Pastrnak from Providence of the AHL, according to reports. The 18-year-old Pastrnak, the youngest player in the AHL, has five goals and 13 assists for 18 points in 17 games for the P-Bruins. He also has a plus-12 rating in his first year as a pro. He did not play in Providence's 5-4 loss to the Springfield Falcons Sunday afternoon at the Dunkin' Donuts Center in Providence. To make room for Pastrnak's cap hit of $925,000, the Bruins placed captain Zdeno Chara on long-term injury reserve.

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Boston Herald 3 hours ago
Bruins stay positive as injuries mount

Bruins stay positive as injuries mount

“Who’s next?”Or maybe the better question would be, “Am I next?”The Bruins don’t have the luxury of sitting around asking those questions. The only question they can ask, even as another player seemingly gets injured and leaves the lineup every day, is, “How can I do my best to help this team win?”That’s the message from president Cam Neely.
Columbus Dispatch 20 hours ago

Blue Jackets notebook: Bruins’ Milan Lucic talks revenge for punch by Dalton Prout

The Boston Bruins are irate at the altercation between forward Milan Lucic and Blue Jackets defenseman Dalton Prout at the end of overtime on Friday and are vowing revenge when the teams meet on Dec. 27 at Nationwide Arena.

B's injuries test Julien's coaching ability

BOSTON -- Ultimately, the players dictate the end result on the ice, but a team's identity and preparation begin with the coach. Bruins coach Claude Julien has evolved during his eight seasons in Boston, but his coaching ability is really being put to the test this season, as a rash of injuries in the first 22 games has wreaked havoc on his lineup. And it certainly doesn't ease his burden when the Bruins have to play the Montreal Canadiens. With five veteran players -- Zdeno Chara, David Krejci, Brad Marchand, Adam McQuaid and Chris Kelly -- sidelined by injuries, the Bruins had their...
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
Rask can’t break frustrating Hab-it

Rask can’t break frustrating Hab-it

Tuukka Rask played well against the Montreal Canadiens, but still couldn’t come away with a victory against his biggest adversary, as his counterpart in Red and Blue was perfect against the Bruins.Carey Price stopped all 33 Bruins shots that he faced, and recorded his first career shutout in Boston. Rask’s struggles against Montreal have been well-documented, and he fell to 3-12-3 against the Habs in the regular season. However, in this 2-0 defeat nobody could fault the goaltender.
Boston Herald Nov 23, 2014
Bruins depleted lineup can’t contain Habs

Bruins depleted lineup can’t contain Habs

The injury-plagued Bruins actually played one of their better games last night at the Garden. With the exception of one sequence late in the second period, they did not spend long stretches in their own zone and they competed for three periods.It didn’t matter.The patchwork lineup simply did not — or could not — do enough to make Montreal goalie Carey Price’s life difficult and they ended up losing their third straight to the Canadiens this season.
Boston Globe Nov 22, 2014

Milan Lucic on Dalton Prout Punch: "I Find It To Be Gutless"

The Bruins' forward had some choice things to say about the punch he took from a Columbus player that dropped him to the ice at the tail end of overtime on Friday night.

Milan Lucic: Cheap shot by Blue Jackets' Dalton Prout was 'gutless'

BOSTON -- After the Boston Bruins' 2-0 loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night at TD Garden, Boston forward Milan Lucic was asked about an incident that occurred during Friday's game at Columbus. In the closing seconds of overtime against the Blue Jackets, Lucic had lost his stick and was jawing with Columbus' Dalton Prout. As Lucic approached, Prout quickly dropped his gloves and landed a punch to Lucic's face, dropping him and leaving him with a bloody, swollen mouth.

Chris Kelly joins long list of injured Bruins

BOSTON -- Add Chris Kelly to a long list of injured players for the Boston Bruins. The veteran forward suffered an undisclosed injury during Friday's 4-3 shootout win over the Columbus Blue Jackets and was not available Saturday against the Montreal Canadiens. Without five of their veteran players -- Zdeno Chara, David Krejci, Brad Marchand, Adam McQuaid and Kelly -- in the lineup due to injuries, the Bruins had their three-game winning streak snapped as they lost to the Canadiens 2-0.
Boston Herald Nov 22, 2014
Canadiens beat Bruins 2-0 behind Price's 33 saves

Canadiens beat Bruins 2-0 behind Price's 33 saves

BOSTON — Montreal winger Max Pacioretty had a simple explanation for why the Canadiens have had so much success lately against the Boston Bruins.They play just like them.Carey Price made 33 saves, Tomas Plekanec had a goal and an assist, and Montreal beat the Bruins 2-0 on Saturday night.The Canadiens improved to 9-1 in their last 10 regular-season games against the Bruins. That doesn't include ousting them from last year's Stanley Cup playoffs.
Boston Globe Nov 22, 2014

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

The effort was there for the Bruins but as presently constituted they have to be pretty much perfect if they want to beat their biggest nemesis, the Montreal Canadiens.

Rapid Reaction: Canadiens 2, Bruins 0

BOSTON -- Injury-plagued, undermanned, inexperienced, overmatched and frustrated, the Boston Bruins had no answer for the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night at TD Garden. Without five of their veteran players -- Zdeno Chara, David Krejci, Brad Marchand, Adam McQuaid and Chris Kelly -- in the lineup due to injuries, the Bruins had their three-game winning streak snapped as they lost to the Canadiens, 2-0. Boston had to rely on rookies Alex Khokhlachev and Matt Lindblad as reinforcements from Providence of the AHL, and Bruins coach Claude Julien went with three totally different line...

Krejci, Marchand, Kelly out vs. Canadiens

BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins are without the services of David Krejci, Brad Marchand and Chris Kelly on Saturday night against the Montreal Canadiens at TD Garden. The Bruins recalled forwards Jordan Caron and Matt Lindblad from Providence of the AHL. Lindblad was in Boston's lineup Saturday night, while Caron was a healthy scratch. The Bruins also assigned defenseman Zach Trotman to the P-Bruins. Krejci missed his second consecutive game and 11th overall due to an ongoing, undisclosed injury.
Boston Bruins 2-0 Loss to the Montreal Canadiens in GIFs

Boston Bruins 2-0 Loss to the Montreal Canadiens in GIFs

Falling to Montreal again left a pretty lousy taste but at least there were plenty of hits to keep fans on the edge of their seats.
New Hab Bryan Allen will be in the lineup against Bruins

New Hab Bryan Allen will be in the lineup against Bruins

The Canadiens will be looking for their third straight win over the Bruins this season when the teams meet Saturday night in Boston (7 p.m., SN, TVA Sports, TSN Radio 690). The Canadiens have beaten the Bruins twice at the […]

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