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Bruins beat Toronto, move closer to Stanley Cup Final showing

Hannah Arroyo / Sports Editor

Hannah Arroyo

April 24, 2019

History always finds a way to repeat itself, and this has been the case for the Boston Bruins in the first round of their playoff stretch. With their 5-1 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs in game seven, the Bruins will take the ice with the Columbus Blue Jackets in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. ...

Suffolk students hopeful for Bruins as team looks to battle in playoffs

Ryan Arel / Opinion Editor

Joe Rice

April 3, 2019

For the third consecutive year, the Boston Bruins will be competing to take home the National Hockey League’s most prestigious award: the Stanley Cup. The Bruins are looking to improve on two consecutive unsuccessful runs, losing in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs back in 2017 to the Ot...

Boston ready for playoffs

By Twitter user @NHLBruins

Skylar To

April 12, 2017

After a two-year postseason absence, the Boston Bruins are officially back in the Stanley Cup Playoffs this year. The Bruins will open the postseason with the first two of a potential seven-game series on the road to face the Ottawa Senators at the Canadian Tire Centre on Wednesday with the puck set ...

Boston set to face-off against Colorado

Boston set to face-off against Colorado

Skylar To

November 11, 2015

After a tough road trip the Boston Bruins (7-6-1) will face the Colorado Avalanche (4-9-1) at TD Garden on Thursday night. The matchup will be the second and last time the two teams will meet during the 2015-16 regular season. The Bruins were 0-3 prior to their first matchup versus the Avalanche....

Pro Sports Column: Bruins found their rhythm

By Instagram user nhlbruins

Andrew Hanides

November 4, 2015

After a slow start to the season, the Bruins have rallied back to earn points in their last seven games going 6-0-1 during the stretch. There are a lot of positives to take away from the recent play of the Bruins. On the road this season, they are undefeated.  At the beginning of the season, there was reason for concern w...

Missing playoffs could force Bruins to implode roster

The Bruins have been to two Stanley Cup Finals under the guidance of head coach Claude Julien. (By Flickr User Dan4th Nicholas)

Jeremy Hayes

April 15, 2015

The Boston Bruins might look like a completely different team next season, and it all depends on when the first domino falls. With the Pittsburgh Penguins clinching the final Wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference, the Bruins will miss the playoffs for the first time in eight seasons. There are...

Bruins aim to be Stanley Cup contenders

By Flickr user Dinur

Sammy Hurwitz

February 4, 2015

By Sammy Hurwitz With the Patriots officially having done their job, the Boston area four major sports teams have now captured nine championships since 2002. Another team in the Boston area is proving they can contend for a title. With a 27-16-7 record (61 points), the Boston Bruins seem poised...

Boston Bruins preview: Will bold offseason decisions cause a setback?

(By Flickr user calmstorm)

October 8, 2014

By Ian Kea and Brian Horner Beyond the doubters, this 2014-15 Boston Bruins squad is potentially a top five team in the NHL and arguably one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference as well. Even with the loss on Saturday to the Red Wings in a disappointing shootout, the Bruins have learned a lot from thi...

Boston Bruins offense looking for consistent scoring

The Bruins were third in the NHL for goals per game in the regular season.
(Photo by Flickr user tsyp9)

September 17, 2014

By Brian Horner With the Boston Bruins' loss in a seven game series against the Montreal Canadians, every fan is looking for a stellar season. The Bruins, with many roster changes, need key players to step up and have career seasons to be contenders for the playoffs. With a key scorer like Jarome...

Boston Bruins look to reload this summer

Photo courtesy of the Bruin's Instagram

Jeremy Hayes

June 5, 2014

It was a tough loss for the Boston Bruins, losing to their rival Montreal Canadians in a seven-game series. Like in all sports though, you have to look ahead to next year. A season that ended in disappointment is over, so the scheming begins to retool what is already a championship caliber team. The...

TD Garden Venue General Manager: Work comes first

TD Garden Venue General Manager: Work comes first

Vassili Stroganov

March 26, 2014

Entering the TD Garden you cannot help but feel a little sensation of butterflies flying around in your stomach. As a sports fan these kind of feeling are natural, but how does it feel when you do not go to the Garden as fan, but as an employee? Certainly you can be both a fan and employer at the same...

Stars return from Sochi as Bruins continue strong season

Stars return from Sochi as Bruins continue strong season

CJ Haddad

March 5, 2014

The National Hockey League has resumed play across the U.S. and Canada this past week following a two-week hiatus due to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games. The Boston Bruins sent five players to Sochi to represent five different countries. Zdeno Chara captained the Slovakian team, David Krejci for the...

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