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

Bruins at Panthers Recap: B’s Spoil Jagr’s Big Night

Two goals early in the second period by Frank Vatrano and Patrice Bergeron propelled the Bruins to a 3-1 win over the Panthers Thursday night in Florida. Vatrano, who had not played in a game this season due to foot surgery, did not waste any time getting on the scoresheet. Just over two minutes into […]

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Opinion

They Just Don’t Want It Bad Enough

Despite their recent struggles, the Bruins entered Tuesday night’s game against the Carolina Hurricanes with control of their own fate. If they won all three of the remaining games, they make the playoffs. Of course, it is not that simple to win games whenever you choose in this league. It takes something called effort. If […]

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Opinion

The NHL’s Video Review is a Joke

The NHL’s video review has proven itself to be inconsistent time and time again this season, and for the second straight night, the Bruins were completely shafted by a no-goal call in a crucial point of the game, resultingĀ in their fifth straight loss. Were these calls the sole reason that the Bruins lost these past […]

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Game Recap

Bruins at Kings Recap: Worst Case Scenario

Chalk that one up in the “frustrating loss” column. Despite being the better team for the vast majority of the game, the Bruins fell, 2-1, to the L.A. Kings, completing a winless California road trip. Boston finishes its season series against the three California teams without earning a single point in the standings, going 0-6 […]

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Bruins at Sharks Recap: Shark Bitten

Costly mistakes and a lack of finish led to a 3-2 loss in San Jose to begin the California road trip. The Florida Panthers beat the Habs (thanks for nothing, Montreal) to leapfrog the Bruins in the standings as the top seed in the Atlantic Division. Fortunately, the Lightning stayed put as they lost to […]

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News

AHL’s Leading Scorer Frank Vatrano Recalled from Providence

It’s about time! Frank Vatrano, a.k.a. the AHL’s leading goal scorer, a.k.a. the birthday boy (turned 22 today) has been recalled on emergency basis by the Bruins as they head to San Jose to kick off their California road trip. The East Longmeadow, Massachusetts native has scored 31 goals in 31 games this season in […]

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Game Recap

Bruins vs. Hurricanes Recap: Play Poorly, Come in First?

Ladies and gentlemen: Your FIRST PLACE Boston Bruins! The Bruins claimed a point in a 3-2 overtime loss to the Carolina Hurricanes Thursday night, putting them in sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division. They played like shit, but still ended up in first place? We’ll take it. Tampa Bay and Florida both […]

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