Anders Bjork Knows He Has A Problem To Fix, And Rookie's Response Will Be KeyIf Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy decides to take rookie Anders Bjork out of the lineup Saturday, the Notre Dame product will be looking to follow his sometimes linemate Jake DeBrusk’s model for handling being a healthy scratch. After DeBrusk was scratched Nov. 11, DeBrusk’s responded with an assist in his next game and six points (two goals, four assists) in six games before leaving the lineup with an upper-body injury. Bjork could use that type of response after having one point (a goal) in five games since he returned from missing seven games with an injury.
It's Khudobin’s Turn To Be Let Down By Bruins' Play In Front Of HimAfter losing his second straight start Thursday, Bruins goaltender Anton Khudobin sounded like a downtrodden fortune cookie. “We shot a lot of pucks and some things didn’t go our way,” the Bruins’ backup said. “When the black cat crossed the road, it’s just a black cat crossed the road.” Unfortunately for Khudobin and the Bruins, they weren’t playing against cats of any color – just the Washington Capitals, who continued their run of dominance against the Bruins with a 5-3 win at TD Garden. The Capitals have won 11 straight against the Bruins, including six straight in Boston.
Bruins Place Matt Beleskey On WaiversThe Boston Bruins have placed disappointing forward Matt Beleskey on waivers.
Bruins Brief: Streaking B's Get Reeling Red Wings In First Game At Detroit's New ArenaHere's everything to know ahead of the Bruins' first game of the season against the Red Wings.
Latest NHL Power RankingsThe Lightning keep striking, winning their last four to hold the top spot in the NHL Power Rankings. Where does your team sit?
Bruins’ DeBrusk Finding Phyiscal Edge, Proving He Can’t Be Boxed In ForeverBruins coach Bruce Cassidy knows there’s more rookie forward Jake DeBrusk can bring the Bruins in terms of physical play.
Bruins Brief: McQuaid Practices With Team, Beleskey HurtHere's what you should know about the Bruins on Monday, Dec. 11.
Tuukka Rask Has Stabilized For BruinsThe pressure was on the $7.5 million man to stop the skid and solidify his spot in the crease for a team with playoff aspirations. Through four starts -- and five appearances -- he's done just that.
Backes' Vocal Leadership Builds 'Identity' For His Impressive New LineDavid Backes' hard work is paying off for the Bruins' impressive new third line.
Billy Jaffe: Bruins' Current Level Of Play Is SustainableBilly Jaffe told Toucher & Rich he believes the Bruins' current level of play is "sustainable."
DeBrusk Back For Bruins, Spooner Lands On IRJake DeBrusk is back in the lineup for the Bruins, while Ryan Spooner is headed back to IR.
Felger & Mazz: Did The Bruins Blow The 2015 Draft?

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