2:41 AM EDT, Thu September 20, 2018
www.bostonherald.com 5 hours ago
Bruins notebook: Teenager Jakub Lauko Caps solid week with another goal against Washington

Bruins notebook: Teenager Jakub Lauko Caps solid week with another goal against Washington

WASHIGTON — Jakub Lauko has been determined to make an impression on Bruins’ management in his time in North America, however long it lasts for this season. But it seems the very intriguing prospect has also left an impression on the Washington Capitals.The 18-year-old rookie scored the B’s lone regulation goal in Sunday’s 2-1 shootout victory over the Caps and, on Tuesday at Capital One Center, he beat Braden Holtby between the pads to give the B’s a 2-1 lead late in the first period.Then early in the second period, he checked veteran sniper T.J. Oshie deep in the offensive zone....
NESN.com 6 hours ago

Bruins’ Zach Senyshyn Impresses In Tuesday’s 5-2 Win Vs. Capitals

Zach Senyshyn had a bounce-back game Tuesday against the Washington Capitals. The Boston Bruins winger, who’s entering his second full... Read More »
Stanley Cup of Chowder 8 hours ago
Recap: DeBrusk leads Bruins over Flames, 3-1

Recap: DeBrusk leads Bruins over Flames, 3-1

A pair of goals for JD, and the Bruins head home from China with two preseason W’s. This morning’s game was at a weird time, so you get a weirdly-timed recap! Hey, it’s preseason. The Bruins beat the Calgary Flames in Beijing this morning, heading home from China with a 3-1 win. The B’s were led by Jake DeBrusk, who scored twice. DeBrusk started things off by taking a sneaky, patient pass from Ryan Donato and beating Mike Smith. .@JDebrusk gets us going. #NHLChinaGames pic.twitter.com/9ZBOpEPqIX— Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) September 19, 2018 DeBrusk gave the Bruins the lead...
Stanley Cup of Chowder 8 hours ago
Bruins announce training camp cuts, transactions

Bruins announce training camp cuts, transactions

Who’s going home? Who’s going to Providence? Find out here! With the split-squad games coming to an end after today’s second China game, the Bruins announced a number of minor transactions. NHL training camp is coming to an end for a number of guys, with some outright released and some headed elsewhere in the organization. Released outright Mark Fayne and Marcel Noebels were both released from their PTOs, effectively ending their time with the organization. Headed to juniors Daniel Bukac (Niagara Ice Dogs), Cedric Pare (Rimouski Oceanic) and Kyle Keyser (Oshawa Generals) will all be...
The Republican 9 hours ago

Boston Bruins announce training camp cuts with NHL regulars returning home from China

The Boston Bruins have announced cuts to their training camp roster Wednesday afternoon.