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Tip Your Hats for David Pastrnak

By: Claire Mountcastle On November 26, 2019, the Boston Bruins had their second game of the season against long time rival, the Montreal Canadiens. Both teams came out the gate flying. Jaroslav Halak made a great save within the first two minutes and Jack Studnicka had a great chance soon after that. The first 7 […]

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Opinion

Time to Panic?

By: Nick Germano After dominating the month of October in the NHL, the Boston Bruins have found themselves to be the victims of a harsh fall from grace after such an amazing start by the team. The Bruins have lost four games in a row (two in a shootout), after one of the best starts […]

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News

One-on-One with Andrew Raycroft.

By Chris Mancuso Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the most storied cities in the world of sports. Many great athletes have played in this city, and some have never left, which is precisely the case for former Boston Bruins goaltender and 2003-2004 Calder trophy winner and current Boston Bruins analyst at NESN Andrew Raycroft. We […]

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Game Recap

Anton Khudobin Backstops Hard-Fought 2-1 Win in LA

The Bruins were on a four-game losing streak, on the second half of a back-to-back, had their backup goalie in net and were facing a talented Kings team hungry for a win. The odds were stacked against them, but they put together an impressive effort and received goals from Charlie McAvoy and Zdeno Chara in […]

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Game Recap

Bruins Lose to Blue Jackets in Shootout – Quick Thoughts

I mean, are you even surprised? Not to be an asshole, but the Bruins have historically – over the past few years – struggled in the shootout. Oh, and remember how easy it was to blame Claude Julien for the Bruins’ shootout struggles? “Why the hell would Claude pick Jimmy Hayes to take the shot? […]

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Game Recap

Bruins Lose in the Most Bruins Way Imaginable

This team is going to make me rip all of my hair out by the end of the season. All they had to do was last .9 more seconds without allowing the Kings to score, and the game would have come down to a shootout. That shootout never happened. In the most improbable play we […]

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Game Recap

Patrice Bergeron Makes Immediate Impact in Season Debut

Patrice Bergeron’s four-point performance in his season debut lifted the Bruins to a 6-3 win over the Vancouver Canucks Thursday night at the Garden. Bergeron centered Brad Marchand and Anders Bjork, and the line combined for a total of 10 points while maintaining a relentless forecheck. The two teams exchanged early goals, but the tides […]

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