Pavel Datsyuk’s wizardry, Milan Lucic’s foolish move and much, much more in the Leftover Bruins Thoughts.
In order to wear down the Red Wings and try to make the visitors play without the puck, the Bruins needed to ride their bigger-name, bigger-impact defensemen a little harder. They didn’t.
Claude Julien is ready for a long series against Detroit, and the rest of the hockey world should buckle up and prepare, too.
Finally, it’s playoff time! Follow along here as the Bruins host the Red Wings in Game 1.
Playoff hockey is back in Boston! Bob Beers joined Gresh & Zo Friday, and he’s excited to see what Jarome Iginla is going to unleash tonight.
Former player and NHL analyst Kevin Weekes joined Gresh & Zo Friday. He thinks you can throw away the regular season results between these teams because the playoffs are a different animal.
Daniel Paille took a positive step in his recovery on Friday, returning to the practice ice prior to the team’s optional morning skate at the TD Garden.
If history is any indication, this series is likely going seven games.
General managers are often judged by events outside their control, and that is a wildly unfair practice.
Here are four items to watch during what should be an entertaining series between two of the NHL’s classic franchises.
A look at the Boston teams to visit the White House after winning a championship.
The Boston sports teams honored the two fallen Boston firefighters at their games on Wednesday and Thursday.
Check out some before and after pictures from the 7th Annual “Cuts For A Cause”!
The sights from the 7th Annual “Cuts For A Cause,” put on by Shawn Thornton, the Boston Bruins and 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher and Rich!
Here’s a glance at what the icons of this generation looked like before they made their way to superstardom in Boston.
Several Bruins, former Bruins and Hockey East alums are representing their countries in Sochi.