5:07 AM EST, Sat January 29, 2022
6 hours ago

Charlie McAvoy Fires Home Power Play Goal For Bruins Vs. Coyotes

Charlie McAvoy just tied his career-high in goals scored during a season, and it’s only January. The big Bruins defenseman netted his seventh goal of the campaign as Boston took on the Arizona Coyotes at Gila River Arena on Friday night. Boston struck first in the contest thanks to Erik Haula, but the Coyotes evened […] The post Charlie McAvoy Fires Home Power Play Goal For Bruins Vs. Coyotes appeared first on NESN.com.
7 hours ago

Erik Haula, David Pastrnak Connect To Give Bruins Lead Vs. Coyotes

Erik Haula and the Boston Bruins started strong Friday night. The Bruins center got Boston on the board 12:31 into the first period as they took on the Arizona Coyotes at Gila River Arena with assists going to David Pastrnak and Derek Forbort. Pastrnak stole the puck away from an unsuspecting Coyote and then snuck […] The post Erik Haula, David Pastrnak Connect To Give Bruins Lead Vs. Coyotes appeared first on NESN.com.
8 hours ago

Brad Marchand Has Second Most Goals In NHL Since 2013-14 Season

Brad Marchand is one of the most elite goal scorers in the NHL. The Boston Bruins head to Arizona to take on the Coyotes on Friday night and will have Marchand there to lead the way. The talented left winger has 273 goals since the 2013-14 season, good enough for second-most behind Washington Capitals captain […] The post Brad Marchand Has Second Most Goals In NHL Since 2013-14 Season appeared first on NESN.com.
8 hours ago

Bruins Recall Troy Grosenick From Providence Before Tilt With Coyotes

The Boston Bruins officially have recalled goaltender Troy Grosenick from the team’s taxi squad ahead of their Friday night showdown with the Arizona Coyotes. Grosenick has spent the season so far with the Providence Bruins and boasts an 8-2-1 record through 13 starts to go along with a .917 save percentage and has allowed 2.17 […] The post Bruins Recall Troy Grosenick From Providence Before Tilt With Coyotes appeared first on NESN.com.
11 hours ago

Bruins Look To Continue Impressive Streak Vs. Coyotes On Road Friday

The Boston Bruins have an impressive streak on the line Friday. Boston enters its showdown with the Arizona Coyotes looking to bounce back and snaps it two-game losing slump — including a heartbreaking overtime loss against the Western Conference-leading Colorado Avalanche on Wednesday night at Ball Arena. If the Bruins were to earn a victory […] The post Bruins Look To Continue Impressive Streak Vs. Coyotes On Road Friday appeared first on NESN.com.
12 hours ago

Bruce Cassidy Reveals Plan For Tuukka Rask After Rough Few Starts For Bruins

Tuukka Rask hasn’t played as well as he probably hoped since returning to the Bruins after a lengthy rehab. The Boston Bruins goalie underwent offseason surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip, something that bothered him much of last year. Rask looked stellar in his debut against the Philadelphia Flyers, making 25 stops […] The post Bruce Cassidy Reveals Plan For Tuukka Rask After Rough Few Starts For Bruins appeared first on NESN.com.
12 hours ago

Bruce Cassidy: Taylor Hall Had ‘No Malicious Intent’ For Nathan MacKinnon

Taylor Hall drew the ire of the Colorado Avalanche and their fans after he laid a hit on Nathan MacKinnon that left him with a facial fracture and concussion. MacKinnon’s stick hit him in the face upon impact, bloodying and forcing him out of Colorado’s eventual overtime win over the Boston Bruins on Tuesday night. […] The post Bruce Cassidy: Taylor Hall Had ‘No Malicious Intent’ For Nathan MacKinnon appeared first on NESN.com.
13 hours ago

Why Taylor Hall Didn’t Fight After Hit On Nathan MacKinnon In Bruins-Avalanche

Taylor Hall figured it wasn’t worth it. The Bruins left wing explained to reporters Friday why he declined the Avalanche’s invitations to fight during Wednesday’s ill-tempered Boston-Colorado game. Hall’s first-period check on Nathan Mackinnon forced the Avs star out of the game due to a facial fracture and concussion, riling up Colorado players who sought […] The post Why Taylor Hall Didn’t Fight After Hit On Nathan MacKinnon In Bruins-Avalanche appeared first on NESN.com.
14 hours ago

Matt Grzelcyk Injury: Bruins Defenseman Game-Time Decision Vs. Coyotes

Matt Grzelcyk is getting closer to a return. The Bruins defenseman has missed the last two games after getting banged up when he fell awkwardly into the boards on a hit from Pierre-Luc DuBois in Boston’s win Saturday against the Winnipeg Jets. Grzelcyk traveled with the B’s for their three-game road trip but wasn’t quite […] The post Matt Grzelcyk Injury: Bruins Defenseman Game-Time Decision Vs. Coyotes appeared first on NESN.com.
14 hours ago

Berkshire Bank Hockey Night In New England: Projected Bruins-Coyotes Lines, Pairings

A returning stalwart should help the Boston Bruins get back on track against the Arizona Coyotes. Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy told reporters Friday he expects Matt Grzelcyk to return to Boston’s lineup for the evening tilt with Arizona. Grzelcyk has missed the the Bruins’ last two games due to an upper-body injury he suffered Saturday, […] The post Berkshire Bank Hockey Night In New England: Projected Bruins-Coyotes Lines, Pairings appeared first on NESN.com.
15 hours ago

Tom Brady Card From 2002 Patriots Season Expected To Sell For Big Money

A classic Tom Brady card from the 2002 season is expected to be auctioned off for a pretty hefty price. Brady, then the quarterback for the Patriots, helped lead New England to a Super Bowl XXXVI victory over the then-St. Louis Rams. It was the first Super Bowl win for the Patriots and the start […] The post Tom Brady Card From 2002 Patriots Season Expected To Sell For Big Money appeared first on NESN.com.
16 hours ago

Jayson Tatum’s Father Thankful For This Aspect Of Son’s Celtics Career

Jayson Tatum wasn’t always the Boston Celtics’ alpha, and his father believes that’s a good thing. Justin Tatum told The Boston Globe’s Adam Himmelsbach this week he’s thankful the Celtics didn’t depend on his son for success when he first entered the league. Boston selected Tatum with the No. 3 overall pick in the 2017 […] The post Jayson Tatum’s Father Thankful For This Aspect Of Son’s Celtics Career appeared first on NESN.com.
16 hours ago

Would Josh McDaniels Leaving Patriots Be Bad For Mac Jones? Well, It Depends

Over the years, coaching inconsistency has helped derail the careers of multiple young, promising quarterbacks. So, Patriots fans are justified in feeling concerned about the possibility of Josh McDaniels leaving Mac Jones to join the Raiders. Losing McDaniels, a brilliant offensive mind, would be a blow to both Jones and New England. But it wouldn’t […] The post Would Josh McDaniels Leaving Patriots Be Bad For Mac Jones? Well, It Depends appeared first on NESN.com.
17 hours ago

Josh McDaniels Rumors: Patriots Coach Rebuffed Non-Raiders Openings

How real is Josh McDaniels’ interest in the Las Vegas Raiders? So real that he’s reportedly stonewalled all other head-coaching inquiries this offseason. NFL Media’s Mike Giardi reported Friday, citing league sources, that McDaniels has “rebuffed other job openings during this hiring period.” “So to take this (Raiders) interview shows how serious this is,” Giardi […] The post Josh McDaniels Rumors: Patriots Coach Rebuffed Non-Raiders Openings appeared first on NESN.com.
17 hours ago

How Celtics’ Jayson Tatum Could Be Named All-Star Game Starter After All

Jayson Tatum wasn’t named an All-Star starter Thursday night, but it appears he may get the call anyway. The Boston Celtics forward could replace Brooklyn Nets star Kevin Durant on the roster. Durant is expected to miss the All-Star Game due to a knee injury. Once he officially withdraws, Tatum, who is the next highest […] The post How Celtics’ Jayson Tatum Could Be Named All-Star Game Starter After All appeared first on NESN.com.