Bruins Brief: McQuaid Practices With Team, Beleskey HurtHere's what you should know about the Bruins on Monday, Dec. 11.
Adam McQuaid Suffers Broken Fibula In Bruins' Win Over CanucksIt was, for the most part, a celebratory night at the TD Garden on Thursday, but for one major letdown.
Tuukka Rask Diagnosed With Concussion, Out Thursday Vs. CanucksTuukka Rask is out Thursday, but David Backes is back and Patrice Bergeron could return.
Cassidy: Krug, Carlo & McQuaid Won't Return To Bruins' Blue Line In Game 5There's been progress, but Bruce Cassidy isn't expecting his trio of injured defensemen to return for Boston's do-or-die Game 5 in Ottawa on Friday night.
Bruins' Adam McQuaid Is A Hockey Player, Expected To Be Fine After Neck Sliced OpenMcQuaid is expected in the lineup on Monday night after getting 25 stitches for a neck laceration on Saturday.
Kalman: Four Bruins Who Will Determine If They’ll Make PlayoffsRegardless of who’s coaching or what Sweeney does in the trade market, the Bruins’ fate will rest with the players as they try to avoid a third straight season out of the playoffs. Here’s a look at some of the players who will have the most to do with how the Bruins fare:
Oh Look, The Refs Actually Let A Fight Go [VIDEO]The referees finally let Adam McQuaid fight it out with another willing combatant, and the results were spectacular.
So, Fighting Appears To Have Been Banned By The NHLThe NHL essentially has put an expiration date on old-fashioned on-ice fistfights.
Kalman: Improved McQuaid Making Positive Impact On Bruins Since Return From InjuryAlthough McQuaid’s possession stats might not be sustainable for a full season based on history and ability, a couple of factors might play into McQuaid’s favor in terms maintaining his current level of play.
Bergeron, McQuaid Return To Practice For BruinsThe Bruins had their leader back on the ice on Wednesday, as Patrice Bergeron made his return to practice.
Patrice Bergeron To Miss Bruins' Season Opener; Kevan Miller Undergoes Hand SurgeryThe Bruins will kick off their season on Thursday night in Columbus, but they will do so without their most important player.
Kalman: Bruins Leaning On Fresh Faces, Fresh Approach To Improve DefenseGeneral Manager Don Sweeney hasn’t acquired a stud No. 2 defenseman and the Bruins will start the season with two of their veteran defensemen on injured reserve.