Category: Boston Bruins

Inspired Montreal Canadiens take 2-1 series lead over Boston Bruins

Canadiens, Subban

Unlike Games 1 and 2, this one wasn’t so ridiculously lopsided Boston’s way in puck possession or Montreal’s way in shooting percentage. The Habs played their best game of the series, and Boston had its worst but remained in it…

Bruins-Habs produce instant classic in Boston

The Montreal Canadiens lost their first game of the postseason today against the Boston Bruins. It was Game 2, another instant classic between hockey’s best rivals. Habs goaltender Carey Price was sensational through the first forty-minutes, allowing the Canadiens to mount…

Bruins-Blackhawks destined to clash in consecutive Stanley Cup Final showdown

Fans of the Montreal Canadiens won’t like this blog’s headline. In order for the Boston Bruins to make the Stanley Cup Final for the second straight year, they’ll first need to eliminate their oldest rival, the Montreal Canadiens, in the…

Boston Bruins vs Detroit Red Wings: Stanley Cup 2014 first-round preview

The Boston Bruins’ reward for winning the Presidents’ Trophy: a first-round date with the Detroit Red Wings. The Red Wings remind me of several recent Cup finalists that entered the Stanley Cup playoffs in a low-seed because of poor regular…

Is Tim Thomas headed to the Hockey Hall Of Fame?

Tim Thomas, Hockey Hall Of Fame

Yesterday, witty and insightful Boston Globe columnist Kevin Paul Dupont used Twitter to pose the question: will Bruins captain Zdeno Chara and star forward Patrice Bergeron one day be inducted into the Hockey Hall Of Fame? Chara, Bergeron both destined for…

Boston Bruins: The price for Dan Girardi is high

Dan Girardi, New York Rangers

In light of a season ending injury to Boston Bruins defenceman Dennis Seidenberg, rumours have surfaced denoting the club’s interest in New York Rangers blue-liner Dan Girardi. The right-shooting defender would be a good fit on a defence-first thinking Bruins…