Bruins head coach Claude Julien gets all of the blame and all of the credit for a couple moves he made in the Bruins’ 4-3 OT victory Sunday against Buffalo.
While many are trading the entire Bruins roster, Bruins DieHard gives his untouchables.
Niklas Svedberg made 35 saves on 37 shots in a 3-2 overtime road win against the Minnesota Wild.
Paul MacLean’s firing again proves what a volatile and fickle career coaching can be.
“When you’re in the playoff hunt at Thanksgiving, it seems like there’s not too much shuffling in the standings after that,” Smith said. “We’d obviously like to have a couple more points from this past weekend, but we’re still in that contention where we want to be.”
Simply put, it’s going to be difficult to take Morrow out of the lineup when the Bruins are at full strength.
Two games into his return from a seven-game healthy hiatus caused by his disastrous play on the Bruins’ back end, Bartkowski seems to have regained his mojo.
The Boston Bruins are going to be shorthanded when they take on the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night. The extent to which they’ll be shorthanded is not yet known.
Whether they’re trading a top-four defenseman on the eve of the regular season, sending a player deserving of a chance in the NHL back to the American League for more seasoning or doling out goaltending assignments, the Bruins are always looking at the big picture.
Just how bad is it for the Bruins? And, more importantly, is there anything the players, coaches and front office staff can do to turn things around quickly?