1. Thornton Fined $2820.52 for Water-Bottle Incident

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  2. Bruins Get Boost from Line of Carl Soderberg, Loui Eriksson, Matt Fraser

    BOSTON -- The Boston Bruins have been searching for a reliable two-way third line almost since the day right wing Michael Ryder packed his bags as a free agent and left a hole next ...

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  3. Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins: Biggest Takeaways from Game 5

    The Boston Bruins have taken a stranglehold on this Stanley Cup playoff series with a dominating performance on Saturday night against the Montreal Canadiens ...

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  4. Video: Shawn Thornton Squirts P.K. Subban with Water, Laughs About It

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  5. Boychuk: Game 6 in Montreal Is 'Must Win'

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  6. Watch: Krug's No-Look Pass Leads to Iginla Goal

    The Boston Bruins power play was stymied through the first four games against the Canadiens . They found their legs in Game 5.....

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  7. Reunited Merlot Line Looking to Help Bruins

    BOSTON – Boston Bruins forward Matt Fraser made an immediate impression with an overtime winner in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Second Round against.....

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  8. Julien: 'I Don't Think We've Played Our Best'

    It wasn't a dominant wire-to-wire pounding and it was just the slimmest margin of victory with an overtime goal, but the Bruins stopped beating themselves in a solid 1-0 victory over the Montreal Canadiens in Game 4 at the Bell Centre...

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  9. Jarome Iginla Offering Quiet Leadership, Potent Offense for Boston Bruins

    BOSTON — During the Stanley Cup playoffs, emotions are raw and usually materialize in the way of adrenaline-fueled acts of violence...

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  10. Montreal Canadiens vs. Boston Bruins Game 5: Keys for Each Team

    Montreal Canadiens head coach Michel Therrien has a 1-0 lifetime record in postseason Game 5s against the Boston Bruins ...

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  11. Tuukka Rask Rebounds with Big Effort for Boston Bruins in Game 4

    What's the best way for a Vezina Trophy finalist to prove that his .884 save percentage through three games of a playoff series is an anomaly? Pitch a shutout, of course...

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  12. Emotional Fraser Talks About Scoring the Overtime Game-Winner for Bruins

    Making his NHL playoff debut after being called up Wednesday from Providence, Matt Fraser scored at 1:19 of overtime to give the Bruins the thrilling 1-0 victory over the Canadiens in Game 4, tying the Eastern Conference semifinal series 2-2...

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  13. Gritty Bruins Get New Life vs. Montreal Behind Rookie Hero Matt Fraser

    One playoff game. One goal. One heck of a way to debut in the NHL playoffs for Boston Bruins rookie Matt Fraser. It’s a special memory for the 23-year-old from Red Deer, Alberta, who has played all of 27 regular-season games so far...

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  14. Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens: Biggest Takeaways from Game 4

    The Boston Bruins and the Montreal Canadiens are waging a fantastic battle for the Atlantic Division crown. While just one goal was scored on Thursday night, there was no shortage of intrigue and action throughout the night...

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  15. Matt Bartkowski and Matt Fraser in for Game 4 vs. Canadiens

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  16. Carl Soderberg Is Playing; Claude Julien Was Just Playin' with Bruins Lines

    Carl Soderberg was absent from the Bruins ' morning skate Thursday, but Claude Julien said that the player simply “took his option” and will be available to the team for Game 4 against the Canadiens ...

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  17. Julien Admits Morning Lines Were 'Fake'

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  18. Bruins Shake Up Lines at Morning Skate

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  19. Bruins Recall Fraser, Assign Florek

    Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, May 8, that the club has recalled forward Matt Fraser from the Providence Bruins (American Hockey League) and assigned Justin Florek to the Providence Bruins...

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  20. Chiarelli: Rask 'One of Many That Need to Play Better'

    BROSSARD, QUEBEC – Claude Julien made certain not to sound the alarms despite the Bruins being down 2-1 in their series against the Montreal Canadiens , and told reporters ...

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  21. Dennis Seidenberg: I Could Probably Play Right Now

    MONTREAL — If hockey had bullpens, the Bruins would have had Dennis Seidenberg “up and skating'' midway through Game 3 Tuesday night vs. the Canadiens ...

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  22. Julien: Being Down 2-1 'Not the End of the World'

    BROSSARD, Quebec – The Bruins and Montreal Canadiens spent the early hours of their Wednesday idle day between games practicing, and getting ready for a Thursday night Game 4 that's sure to be a Stanley Cup playoff slobberknocker...

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  23. Bergeron: "We've Just Got to Step Up"

    Shawn Thornton has a rule, win or lose. "I've said it a million times. We'll think about this till midnight," Thornton said, as he stood in front of his stall in the Bruins ' visiting team locker room at the Bell Centre on Tuesday night...

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  24. Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens Game 4: Keys for Each Team

    The Boston Bruins have yet to lose consecutive games in the 2014 NHL playoffs. The Montreal Canadiens have yet to lose at home in this tournament...

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  25. Boston Bruins vs. Montreal Canadiens: Biggest Takeaways from Game 3

    A two-day break for the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins did nothing to slow down what has become a great playoff series...

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