Calgary Flames left wing Johnny Gaudreau works the puck in front of Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask during an NHL game at the TD Garden. The Flames beat the Bruins 4-3 in a shootout. (Photo: Brian Fluharty)

Updates from The Bruins’ Front

What serendipity it is that the National Hockey League playoffs are just as enjoyable without the Black and Gold being one of the 16 teams in the tournament. For seven straight seasons, the Boston Bruins were s...
Right Wing Brett Connolly (#14) of the Tampa Bay Lightning uses his body to protect the puck from Left Wing Pierre-Edouard Bellemare (#78) of the Philadelphia Flyers

Who Is Brett Connolly?

That is a question that Boston Bruins fans were asking on the day of the trade deadline a little over a month ago. To be honest, it was not a bad question to ask. Even now, it is hard to pinpoint an accurate...
Goal by Boston Bruins left wing Milan Lucic celebrates his second period during an NHL game at the TD Garden. The Flames beat the Bruins 4-3 in a shootout. (Photo: Brian Fluharty)

Spoons and Pasta Getting it Done, For Now

When the Boston Bruins selected David Pastrnak with the 25th overall pick in the 2014 draft, fans didn’t know what to expect. Previous fails, like Zach Hamill, Joe Colborne and of course the beloved Jordan Ca...
Dec 13, 2014; Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask (40) blocks a shot during an NHL game in the TD Garden in Boston. (Photo: Brian Fluharty)

Rask A Royal Pain For Kings

A lot has changed since the 2-0 loss the Boston Bruins suffered against the Los Angeles Kings in early December, and no not just the mountains of snow outside the TD Garden. When the Bruins faced off against th...
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Bruins Make the Right Move, Keep Pastrnak

This past Thursday night, all of us in Boston and throughout New England were made aware of some encouraging news from the Boston Bruins’ organization. General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced during the ...
Bruins Torey Krug by Brian Fluharty

Bruins Lose In Stereotypical Fashion

Stereotypes are stereotypes for a reason; they are oversimplified ideas based on truths. Even the previous statement is somewhat of a stereotype. It lacks originality and is somewhat cliché. Unfortunately, for...