The Bruins are not in need of a major overhaul — just some minor tweaks. But how do you do that? They may have the answers already down in Providence.
Gresh and Zo discuss a recent Ron Borges article, where the Herald writer yearns for the days before our teams started winning championships.
The Bruins roster as constituted is good enough to compete for a Stanley Cup, but after a disappointing second round exit minor changes are coming, and Fluto Shinzawa believes you have to start with the Merlot line.
Bruins defenseman Torey Krug discussed the disappointment of losing a Game 7 to Montreal and weighed in on what went wrong against the Canadiens with Gresh & Zo Friday afternoon.
The Eastern Conference Finals start on Saturday and the Boston Bruins will not be participating. Now that the offseason is upon us we must look to the future and talk about the roster for next year.
Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli has a lot of difficult decisions to make this offseason — one being unrestricted free agent Jarome Iginla.
The Bruins were ill-equipped to stop the speed and skill of the Montreal Canadiens, so Felger & Mazz feel it’s right to point some of the blame at general manager Peter Chiarelli.
Ten penalties called in a Game 7 is more than you’d like to see. The officiating wasn’t great, but it’s also not the reason the Bruins lost.
The Bruins have a young, but experienced core group of players built to win Stanley Cups, and another opportunity slipped through their fingers Wednesday night.
Rigor mortis hasn’t even set in yet, but NESN analyst Billy Jaffe came in studio to talk about the Bruins future after a tough Game 7 loss Wednesday night to Montreal.