1. Boston Bruins Rattle Sabres; Best 10-Game Start in Franchise History

    The Boston Bruins face the Buffalo Sabres for the second time this season. When they last met, Thomas Vanek had a field day on the B's, as he earned three goals and two ...

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  2. Tim Thomas Traded from Boston Bruins to Islanders for Conditional Draft Pick

    Straight from the Boston Bruins website: BOSTON, MA – Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today, February 7, that the team has traded goaltender ...

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  3. NHL: Boston Bruins Come from Behind to Snap Habs' 5-Game Win Streak

    The Boston Bruins visited the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Center for the first of four meetings in this abbreviated season...

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  4. Bruins Down Devils in Shootout, Continue Point Streak in All 6 Games

    The New Jersey Devils visited the Boston Bruins at the TD Garden as both were the last remaining teams in the Eastern Conference without a loss in regulation. Last season, the Bruins swept the Devils in the season series...

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  5. Boston Bruins vs. New York Rangers: It's in the Details

    The Boston Bruins left their Garden to go to another one—the legendary Madison Square Garden—to take on the New York Rangers ...

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  6. Bruins Down Jets in Shootout: Win First Two Games of the Season

    The Boston Bruins hosted the Winnipeg Jets at the Garden on MLK day for a 1 p.m. matinee. After taking the New York Rangers in their season opener at home, the B's waited for the Jets to fly into the Garden in hopes to make it two in a row...

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  7. Black and Gold Are Back: Bruins Win Season/Home Opener over Rangers

    For the first time this season, after a lengthy lockout, the Boston Bruins and the rest of the NHL get to play some puck in an abbreviated season. The first on the docket were the New York Rangers ...

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  8. NHL CBA: Will Everybody Calm Down Now? Seriously

    The opening proposals from the NHL brass has been a lightning storm for the media and they not only released the hounds in their initial articles, but they sic'ed the entire kennel at the League...

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  9. Boston Bruins' Answer to Thomas Situation: Rask. Will CBA/His Agent Mess It Up?

    In the aftermath of Tim Thomas' announcement of his desire to sit out the final year of his contact, the Boston Bruins are in somewhat of a pickle...

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  10. NHL: Should Goaltender Interference Be Reviewable?

    In this season, we have seen goaltender interference that have been made and missed. The unfortunate part of the calls and non-calls, is that some has resulted in game changing goals...

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  11. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: Washington Capitals Advance, Bruins Eliminated

    It's Game 7 and the Washington Capitals are looking to move on to the next round. The only thing in their way? The defending Stanley Cup champion, Boston Bruins ...

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  12. NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs: Best of 1 for the 3 Series Remaining in Round 1

    In the past few days, the Vancouver Canucks, San Jose Sharks, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings and Pittsburgh Penguins all said goodbye to the post season...

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  13. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Shipping Up to Boston for a Game 7

    The Boston Bruins were trying to stave of elimination Sunday after going down 3-2 in the NHL Eastern Conference quarterfinal series. The Washington Capitals were looking to move ahead by taking the series on home ice in front of a sea of red...

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  14. Washington Capitals Take Series Lead 3-2, Boston Bruins Face Elimination

    It was Game 5 at the Boston Bruins' TD BankNorth Garden and the series was all knotted up at two apiece. A young upstart by the name of Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals was making a name and a series of it...

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  15. Boston Bruins vs Washington Capitals: Caps Ride Hot Goalie to Game 4 Win

    First round action continued in Washington, D.C. as the Capitals hosted Game 4 against the Boston Bruins. The Bruins were up in the series 2-1 after both teams split the opening two games in Boston and the Bruins took Game Three in D...

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  16. NHL Playoffs 2012: Canucks, Penguins Avoid 'Sweeping' Embarrassment

    The two teams that were picked by many to meet in the Stanley Cup Finals were faced with an unlikely situation on Wednesday. Both were in immediate danger of being swept in the first round...

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  17. Stanley Cup Playoffs: Shanahan Suspends 3 Players in 1 Night

    The VP of Player Safety, Brendan Shanahan had a busy day. Just before midnight, April 17th, he doled out three suspensions Arron Asham Arron Asham of the Pittsburgh Penguins ...

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  18. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: Boston Bruins Take Game 3, Series Lead over Capitals

    The Boston Bruins were in DC to take on the Washington Capitals after they split the first two games at one apiece in round one of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The series was a best-of-five going into the night...

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  19. NHL Disciplinary Standard: CBA Changes Needed to Hit Offenders Where It Hurts

    The title says it all. The inconsistency of hockey's VP of Player Safety Brendan Shanahan is something for the books. The key thing that I have read in his decisions should never be part of the equation in my opinion: presence of an injury...

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  20. Washington Capitals Knot Up Series with Double OT Goal

    The Washington Capitals had to come back from a disappointing loss the other day at the hands of the Boston Bruins when Chris Kelly scored the only goal on Bradan Holtby in overtime...

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  21. NHL Playoffs 2012: Boston Bruins Take Game 1

    The seventh-place Washington Capitals took on the second-place Boston Bruins at the TD BankNorth Garden for Game 1 of their NHL quarterfinal series...

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  22. NHL Playoffs 2012: 1st Night Full of Surprises

    On the first night of the NHL's Stanley Cup playoffs, there weren't necessarily upsets, but there were a few surprises on the night...

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  23. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: What the Boston Bruins Need to Do to Win Round 1

    The Boston Bruins will be facing the Washington Capitals for the third time in their history and they are currently tied in their match ups...

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  24. Stanley Cup Playoffs: Boston Bruins to Host Washington Capitals in 1st Round

    Finally. The Boston Bruins finally have a face of who they will take on in the playoffs and it is the Washington Capitals ...

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  25. Are the Pittsburgh Penguins Untouchable?

    Two coaches were fined after they had not-so-nice words about the Pittsburgh Penguins . Philadelphia Flyers head coach Peter Laviolette was livid after the Penguins sent the checking line out in a 6-3 game that they could not come back from...

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