MONTREAL - In the exhibition opener Sept. 22, Shawn Thornton laid a beating on Steve Begin.
It was retaliation for two things: Begin's... Read more
On the heels of a shootout victory Wednesday night in Chicago, the Bruins had to face the Montreal Canadiens last night at TD Banknorth Garden. The... Read more
MONTREAL - With his team up one goal with just over three minutes remaining in regulation last night, Tim Thomas didn't think much of Montreal... Read more
During the second shift of the night, Tom Kostopoulos, Montreal's third-line grinder, tried to make a statement.
Kostopoulos saw Zdeno Chara... Read more
MONTREAL - This Bruins' season is different in many ways - look to the top of the Eastern Conference standings for proof of that - and they left... Read more
When he is playing at peak level, Patrice Bergeron is the pitch-perfect blend of thinking and thumping, the elusive skilled player who can bring... Read more
Saddled with a 4-2 loss to the Bruins in Game 1 of their opening-round series, the Canadiens seemed pleased with the possibilities, despite the... Read more
At 10:03 of the third period, plunked by the left fist of Patrice Bergeron to the side of his chin, Montreal defenseman Josh Gorges went down to... Read more
MONTREAL - If you're the leaking-oil Canadiens, the scariest thing about the Bruins isn't that they slammed the door shut in last night's third... Read more
MONTREAL - Time will tell if the Bruins have begun a new era, one with significant success and perhaps a Stanley Cup, but they left here last night... Read more
Brandon Dubinsky read John Tortorella's message loudly and much more clearly than he may have liked on Saturday night, but he read it and says he... Read more
Patrice Bergeron has the quick hands. He swiped at a loose puck, sending it past Montreal netminder Carey Price. I believe they call that a goal.... Read more
Tonight, we saw shades of 2007-08, where seemingly every regular-season game at the Bell Centre turned into a horror show for the Bruins.
"We... Read more
At the end in Montreal, Guillaume Latendresse felt shackled with shattered confidence.
New Canadiens coach Jacques Martin played him fourth-line... Read more
Maybe it was Rex Ryan's go-for-it attitude in the final minutes in San Diego that spurred them on. More likely, it was another discouraging start... Read more
For the second straight game, the Bruins hammered more than 40 pucks on the enemy goalie. For the second straight game, the Bruins limited their... Read more
As expected, Year One of Tuukka Rask’s NHL career has been a tale of caution. With far too much evidence, starting from the early demise of Hannu... Read more
Cam Neely acknowledged that the Winter Olympics in his native Vancouver were exciting and inspiring, but at the same time, the Bruins vice... Read more
Harmless play, really.
Puck glances off the end boards near the net. Goalie leaves the crease to play the puck. He settles it and starts the... Read more
Whenever the Rangers have been good this season, they haven't been good for very long. So why should Tuesday night have been any... Read more
Pat Burns, who enjoyed instant success wherever he coached and who capped his tumultuous career by guiding the New Jersey Devils to Stanley Cup... Read more
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