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

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

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...

Pro Sports Column: Bruins found their rhythm

Pro Sports Column: Bruins found their rhythm

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...

Bruins skate to first place in Eastern Conference with defense

Bruins skate to first place in Eastern Conference with defense

CJ Haddad

December 4, 2013

It is going to be a scary thing for the rest of the teams in the National Hockey League, more specifically the Eastern Conference, when this year’s Boston Bruins team starts playing at the top of its game. Yes, the Bruins do sit a top of the Eastern Conference with 38 points in 27 games with a 18-7-2...

Bruins bounce back after first loss in four games

Bruins bounce back after first loss in four games

CJ Haddad

November 20, 2013

This past week the Boston Bruins took their three- game winning streak to the TD Garden and put it on the line against the up and coming Columbus Blue Jackets. Columbus started off the scoring with a Blake Comeau snap shot past Bruins goalie Chad Johnson. It was Johson’s third start between the...

Bruins look to extend three-game winning streak

Bruins look to extend three-game winning streak

CJ Haddad

November 13, 2013

After playing a little over .500 hockey to start the season, the Boston Bruins seem to be hitting their stride. Winners of their last three contests, it looks as if the black and gold are back to playing their style of hockey and are starting to mesh together as one. New lines have been formed...

Boston Bruins hitting stride as October comes to close

Boston Bruins hitting stride as October comes to close

October 30, 2013

By: Zack Sheehan The Boston Bruins played tough back-to-back games last Wednesday against the Buffalo Sabres and Thursday against the San Jose Sharks with only a day of rest before their next game on Saturday against the New Jersey Devils. Oct. 23 they faced off against the Sabres who have notoriously...

Big bad Boston Bruins ready to win trophies this year signing new players

Big bad Boston Bruins ready to win trophies this year signing new players

CJ Haddad

October 2, 2013

It’s hockey season again in the Hub. The big bad Bruins are ready to come out of hibernation following a short summer that followed a Stanley Cup finals defeat that would have brought Boston its second Stanley Cup in three years. The offseason for the Bruins brought some change to the Bruins roster,...

Historic comeback sends bruins in East Conference Final

Historic comeback sends bruins in East Conference Final

Matt Bacon

June 6, 2013

The Boston Bruins have certainly had an interesting year. The perennial cup contenders were taken by surprise when All-Star goalie Tim Thomas announced during the offseason that he was ditching out on the final year of his contract to concentrate on “family, friends, and faith.” The outspoken and...

Minor League Hockey President Progresses Team Off the Ice

Alex Hall

March 28, 2013

The world of front office managing an MLB, NHL or NBA team is one where you can expect to find your name in the news quite a bit; the same cannot be said of their minor league affiliates. For the teams that help develop tomorrow’s superstar players, different approaches must be taken to ensure high...

Around the NHL: Big Stars Sidelined with Major Injuries

Around the NHL: Big Stars Sidelined with Major Injuries

February 27, 2013

Roy Ben-Joseph  Journal Staff In January 2011 during the annual Winter Classic game, Pittsburgh Penguins star Sydney Crosby was drilled with a shoulder to the head from the Washington Capitals’ David Steckel and suffered a major concussion. Not only did Crosby miss the rest of the 2011 season,...

NHL Tables Confusing, Pointless Re-alignment Proposal Pending NHLPA Approval

NHL Tables Confusing, Pointless Re-alignment Proposal Pending NHLPA Approval

Matt Bacon

February 27, 2013

This Tuesday, the NHL proposed a team re-alignment plan to the NHL Players Association. The move does not come as a surprise, seeing as the Winnipeg Jets (formerly the Atlanta Thrashers) still reside in the Southeast Division from their days in Atlanta. Instead of a simple shuffling of teams, the league...

Quarter Mark: In Depth Analysis of Exciting Start to Shortened NHL Season

Quarter Mark: In Depth Analysis of Exciting Start to Shortened NHL Season

Matt Bacon

February 13, 2013

Roy Ben-Joseph  Journal Staff Matt Bacon  Sports Editor It seems like yesterday when the NHL and NHLPA reached an agreement to end a weary three and a half month lockout. As a matter of fact, the first puck was dropped only 30 days ago. Usually, the first month of the NHL season wouldn’t even...

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