Rask, Bruins Shutout Toronto Maple LeafsIt was a battle of the netminders for both the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs in Saturday night’s contest at the TD Garden.
Thriving Bruins Backup Gustavsson Survived Toronto ScrutinyWith a .914 save percentage and 2.20 goals-against average in his first five games with the Bruins, Jonas Gustavsson is clearly comfortable in his new role as Tuukka Rask’s backup.
Torey Krug: Bruins' Struggles Fall On Players, Not Claude JulienTorey Krug joined Zolak and Bertrand on Thursday and adamantly denied that Bruins players are tuning out head coach Claude Julien.
Bruins Banking On Belief Being Impetus For Season Turning AroundOnly those present in the Bruins’ dressing room before and after practice Wednesday at Ristuccia Arena know for sure what coach Claude Julien’s message was.
Is Claude Julien Losing The Locker Room? Coach Says Bruins Lack 'Full Commitment'It's hard to tell why the Bruins are playing such unfocused, undisciplined hockey. But if they continue to falter, it could spell doom for Claude Julien.
Bruins Beat Red WingsThe Boston Bruins rode a solid effort and a three-goal second period to only their second home victory of the season, a 3-1 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Saturday night.
Kalman: Time Running Out For Bruins To Determine If Miscues Are Mental Or Changes Are NeededThe Bruins need to figure out if they can fix the mental errors on their blue line, or if changes need to be made. But Don Sweeney and Claude Julien are running out of time to do so.
Gabriel Landeskog Suspended Two Games; Brad Marchand Fined $5,000 The Colorado Avalanche will be without their captain for the next two games.
Report: Gabriel Landeskog, Brad Marchand Both To Be Reviewed By NHL Department Of Player SafetyBrad Marchand avoided serious injury but may have gotten himself in trouble.
Seidenberg Return Doesn’t Save Day, But Gives Bruins Lineup Options for FutureDennis Seidenberg looked in midseason form after missing the first 14 games of the season, but it couldn't help the Bruins Thursday night.
Dennis Seidenberg Could Make Season Debut For Bruins Vs. AvalancheDefenseman Dennis Seidenberg, who has missed the first five weeks of the season due to back surgery, is a possibility to return to game action Thursday night against the Colorado Avalanche.
Kalman: Vatrano's Early Opportunity, Success Latest Proof Youngsters Can Play for JulienOnce again, the myth about Claude Julien's relationship to those players with less than a quarter century on Earth has been debunked.