Flyers Outlast Bruins in Shootout

Boston, MA -- The Philadelphia Flyers came into Boston for the second night of a back to back. Like Saturday night in Toronto, the Flyers pulled out a 3-2 shootout win over the Boston Bruins after squandering a...

We Are Witnessing Something Historic

“MVP! MVP! MVP!” Arguably, that is the most overused and (quite frankly) annoying chants in all of sports. Sure, the fan support can be encouraging and the sound of those three letters resonating from the fl...

Bruins Dominate Sharks in 5-1 Thrashing

Boston, MA - The San Jose Sharks (4-7-1) entered the TD Garden on the tail end of their five-game East Coast road trip, that was evident early and often. The Sharks have been struggling of late, going 1-3-1 ove...

Rask, Bruins Shutout Blues 3-0

Boston, MA -- The last time St. Louis visited Boston the Stanley Cup was on hand for the victor. Tonight the only thing waiting for either team was a flight to tomorrow's game destination. Despite the lack of t...

The Bruins Cannot Afford To Be “Perfect”

Perfection (n) /per/fek/shen/ - the condition, state, or quality of being free or as free as possible from all flaws or defects. The “Perfection Line” – the phrase dubbed by local media to describe the Bosto...

Milestone Night in Beantown as Bruins Win 4-2

Boston, MA -- Tuukka Rask was starting his 500th game for the Bruins, Bruce Cassidy was coaching his 200th game behind the Boston bench, and David Pastrnak would notch his 300th career point in black and gold, ...

Pastrnak’s Huge Game Propels Bruins Past Ducks

BOSTON – The Boston Bruins are certainly getting their fair dose of Western Conference teams early on this season. It is not like the team should be complaining; the B’s took six out of a possible eight poin...

Four Wins Remaining

It is time for a trip down memory lane… When David Backes signed with the Boston Bruins as a free agent during the summer of 2016, few entertained the possibility of this deal working out as well as it did. G...

It Should Not Have Been That Easy

Thursday night’s game ended with the same result as the series itself: 4-0. The Boston Bruins weathered the storm—excuse the pun—and swept the Carolina Hurricanes in the Eastern Conference Finals. The Bruins...