Flames Down Bruins in Boston

After a trade deadline where the Boston Bruins shipped away prospect Axel Andersson, veteran David Backes, Danton Heinen, and a first round pick in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, the Bruins were set to take on the Calgary Flames. With Ondrej Kase out on the IR, all eyes were set on newly acquired forward Nick Ritchie.

Cassidy: “We Are in a Solid Position”

The week-long All-Star break for the Boston Bruins fell at a rather perfect time for the club – 51 games into the 82 game season; just a tad over half-way. For the players, this break means a time for relaxa...

Overtime Remains Bruins’ Kryptonite

Boston, MA – With twenty seconds remaining in regulation, the score remained tied between the Boston Bruins and the Columbus Blue Jackets. There was plenty of time for one more solid rush for the Bruins to keep...

Boston Bruins Holiday Wish List

The holidays are right around the corner, the Boston Bruins have a wishlist of their own.Five games remain before the turn of the year, and the Bruins rank second in the NHL with a 21-7-8 record. So, what wo...

Shootouts Remain a Weakness as Bruins Fall to Isles

Both the New York Islanders and Boston Bruins entered Thursday night's game at TD Garden coming off a loss. The Islanders had a 13 point home streak snapped with a 8-3 loss against the Nashville Predators, while the Bruins continued their struggles with a 4-3 overtime loss against the Los Angeles Kings Tuesday night.

Bruins Struggles Continue Versus Kings

Boston, MA – The Los Angeles Kings and Boston Bruins each entered Tuesday night's game riding off of a win. The Kings came into TD Garden having won three of their last four, while Boston ended a four-game skid...

Bruins Surge Again for Late Victory

It appears that the Boston Bruins have a knack of surging late into their games as of recently. Against Montreal, they scored three goals in the final 20 minutes to take the win. Tuesday against the Carolina Hurricanes would be no different.

Injuries Key to Recent Bruins Offensive Struggles

The Boston Bruins entered Saturday night's game against the Washington Capitals ranked third in the NHL on the power play with a 29.5 success rate. Within the last ten games, however, the Bruins have struggled to find the back of the net; capitalizing on just eight of 33 power play opportunities. Injuries have also taken a toll with the already-struggling Bruins team.