1. Never Say Die: Boston Bruins Search For Inspiration

    Despite all the prognostications of doom, the Boston Bruins still find themselves very much in the thick of a playoff race. Sitting ever uncomfortably in eighth place in the Eastern Conference, the Bruins no longer have any room for error...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 4 years ago 160 reads 0 comments

  2. The "Big, Bad" Bruins Of 2009-2010: Inaction Speaks Louder Than Words

    At what point do a teams frustrations reach a boiling point? Three-quarters into a season that has not met the expectations of, well, anyone, the Boston Bruins found themselves playing competitively once again...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 4 years ago 337 reads 2 comments

  3. Marc Savard Sticks Around: Signs Seven-Year Extension with Boston Bruins

    Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli took the necessary steps in securing one of the league's top playmakers Tuesday morning, as he signed 32-year-old center Marc Savard to a seven-year extension, as reported by TSN ...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 4 years ago 282 reads 2 comments

  4. Best Foot Forward: Keys To B's Early Success

    Ladies and gentlemen, hockey season has arrived. In just two short days, the puck will be dropped on the Boston Bruins 2009-2010 season...

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  5. Bear in Mind: 5 Questions For The '09-'10 Bruins

    It's been just over four months since Scott Walker broke Boston's heart with a his overtime garbage goal in the Game Seven of the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals. But Causeway Street has been anything but quiet since then...

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  6. Boston Bruins Postseason: A Hab-Itual Pairing

    After a magical regular season, the top-seeded Boston Bruins gear up for the first round of the 2009 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs. And for the 32nd time in 85 years, the Montreal Canadiens will try to end Boston's season...

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  7. The Boston Bruins' Tough Road to the Stanley Cup

    If you're a Boston Bruins fan, there is no better feeling in the world than warm-weather hockey season. It's hard to believe that it has already been a year since the epic Boston-Montreal playoff ...

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  8. It's Your Move, Pete: Bruins Prepare for Trade Deadline

    The hub of hockey is a bit trigger-happy these days. Since the first week of hockey season back in October, Boston has been at the center of trade rumors. These rumors range from 'possible' through 'unlikely' all the way to 'ridiculous'...

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  9. Bruins Gets Homesick

    “We’ve got to work our way back to where we were," Claude Julien admitted while addressing the media after Boston's disappointing loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Most Bruins' fans would consider the coach's sentiment as an understatement...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 5 years ago 71 reads 1 comments

  10. Boston Bruins: The Good, the Bad and the Timely Passage of Nostalgia

    In past years, Bruins fans have had no glory to bask in beyond the achievements. In pre-game ceremonies, highlights of Cam Neely, Ray Bourque or Johnny Bucyk would often draw the loudest applause...

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  11. What Was Once So Certain: Rask, Fernandez, and the Future of the Bruins' No. 2

    For many of the fans packed into the Garden on Saturday afternoon, it came as quite a shock when PA announcer Jim Martin announced Tuukka Rask as the starting goaltender for the Boston Bruins matinee match up against the New York Rangers...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 5 years ago 178 reads 3 comments

  12. The Gang's All Here: Healthy Boston Bruins Team Spell Trouble for Opponents

    What a pleasant surprise. Just one week removed from scrapping out a win against the Toronto Maple Leafs, the Bruins returned to the ice looking like a new team...

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  13. Crisis Averted: How the Bruins' Latest Speed Bump Will Help The Team

    After a tough week, the battered Boston Bruins head into the All-Star break tied with the San Jose Sharks for first place in the NHL. That's the good news. The bad news is that the Bruins performances as of late have been lackluster...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 5 years ago 116 reads 2 comments

  14. The Ties That Bind: The Bruins' Chemistry Equation Can't Be Beat

    Long before Mike Milbury's job was writing wry witticisms for forgettable Bruins' pregame shows, he was a hockey coach. Milbury, surprisingly enough, was the last coach to lead the Boston Bruins to the Stanley Cup Finals...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 5 years ago 185 reads 2 comments

  15. Boston Bruins Overachievers Flying Under the Radar

    As if fans of the Boston Bruins needed another reason to déteste the Montreal Canadiens. The city of Montreal will be hosting this year's NHL All-Star game...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 5 years ago 110 reads 1 comments

  16. Boston Bruins Aspire for Big Year in 2009

    2008 was a success for the Boston Bruins. A late-season surge led to an exciting seven-game series against the Montreal Canadiens in the '07-'08 season...

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  17. Band Of Brothers: A Look at the Boston Bruins Team Chemistry

    "We went to war." Shawn Thornton was absolutely right about that. In perhaps the most memorable game of the season thus far, the Boston Bruins battled and bruised the Dallas Stars on the first of November...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 5 years ago 228 reads 0 comments

  18. Breaking Down The Bruins Breakout: Watch Me Jumpstart...

    It’s hard to believe that only two years ago the Boston Bruins were a sub-.500 hockey club, sitting at the bottom of the Northeast divisional standings...

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  19. Boston Bruins: Keys to Success in December

    Breathe. Let's not get ahead of ourselves, it is only Dec. 1. Yes, the Boston Bruins are in first place in the Eastern Conference. Yes, the Bruins are ranked within the top three teams in the league in almost every power ranking known to man...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about over 5 years ago 191 reads 4 comments

  20. Boston Bruins Gaining Momentum and Respect: From a Whisper to a Scream

    As we pass the quarter mark of the NHL's 2008-2009 campaign, the Boston Bruins stand out as the biggest surprise in the East...

    Wayne Whittaker Written by Wayne Whittaker about almost 6 years ago 426 reads 0 comments