While you were most likely watching the Red Sox game, the Bruins had a forgettable performance against the visiting Colorado Avalanche over at the Garden. The Bruins looked sloppy for the majority of the afternoon in a 4-0 loss to the team that finished at the bottom of the NHL standings last season. Quick piece … Continue reading Bruins Can’t Build Off Opening Night Success, Fall to Avalanche
Rookies, Jake DeBrusk and Charlie McAvoy notch first career goals on opening night at the Garden.
This team is young, fast, and good. Wedged between a lackluster Red Sox game and a Thursday night Patriots game, the 2017-2018 Bruins season finally kicked off with a 4-3 statement win over the Nashville Predators. The game saw a fight, good saves, high-flying offense, and great penalty killing on the part of the Bruins. … Continue reading Rookies are the Recipe
After enduring a first-round exit from the Stanley Cup Playoffs at the hands of the Ottawa Senators last spring, the Bruins had an uneventful offseason. Although no major moves were made, we will likely see an improved team take the ice at TD Garden this season. This is the year that general manager Don Sweeney's … Continue reading Boston Bruins Season Preview: The Rookies are Coming!
All it took was 9:46 for the Bruins to take a 3-0 lead over the Chicago Blackhawks Monday night at the Garden. Utilizing a more veteran-heavy lineup than the Blackhawks, the Bruins held on for a 4-2 victory, backstopped by a 24-save performance by Malcolm Subban. In the opening minute of the game, David Pastrnak … Continue reading Bruins vs. Blackhawks Preseason Recap: Early Outburst, Solid Goaltending Secure Win
We are now three games in to the preseason, and the excess of young talent the Bruins possess is becoming more and more apparent. Thursday night, it was reigning AHL MVP Kenny Agostino stealing the show with a silky move on a breakaway to defeat the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 in overtime. Following two hit posts … Continue reading Bruins vs. Flyers Preseason Recap: Agostino Dazzles in OT
The Bruins beat the Red Wings, 4-2, and improved to 2-0 in the preseason Tuesday night as their young guys continued to impress. The team will be working some rookies into its lineup this season, but the question remains: Who will make the cut? The decision is likely going to come down to the wire … Continue reading Bruins vs. Red Wings Preseason Recap: Czarnik’s Penalty Shot, Two Points Lead B’s
The Bruins reconvened at Warrior Ice Arena this weekend to begin a training camp that holds more significance than others in past years. General manager Don Sweeney opted not to make any significant additions to the roster this offseason despite multiple openings in the lineup, indicating that he will be looking for solutions from within … Continue reading Thoughts from Bruins Training Camp: Bjork, DeBrusk Appear Ready
Do you believe in miracles!? YES! After an exhausting summer of deadlocked contract negotiations, the Bruins came to an agreement on a six-year, $40 million contract with David Pastrnak worth $6.6667 million annually. The deal came at the very last minute, with players reporting to Boston for training camp today. Pastrnak was still in the … Continue reading David Pastrnak’s Contract is a Fair Ending to a Turbulent Situation
On two occasions in past weeks, Adam McQuaid had the referees wrongfully step in after he dropped the gloves with an opponent. Thursday night in Nashville, he finally got his chance to trade punches, and he unleashed all of his pent-up aggression on newly-acquired Predator, Derek Grant. Grant started the season with the Buffalo Sabres, … Continue reading Adam McQuaid Rocks Predators’ Derek Grant With Uppercut