With a record of 27-12-2, the Bruins are now at the halfway point through the 2013-14 season, so Scott Zolak and Mike Flynn want to know: how do you feel about your team?
The Boston Bruins could get two of their injured players back for Thursday night’s game against the Nashville Predators in Dougie Hamilton and Carl Soderberg, but it’s going to be awhile before we see forward Loui Eriksson in the lineup.
Claude Julien was not pleased with his Bruins following Tuesday night’s 5-3 loss to the New York Islanders, and summed up their poor penalty kill in one word.
Dennis Seidenberg will have to watch the rest of the season as a spectator, a disappointing realization for the Boston defenseman after another strong start by the Bruins.
Tyler Seguin is on pace for 45 goals and 89 points for the Dallas Stars, and even though those numbers jump off the page, there’s no sense in quibbling about it because he never would have produced that way for the Bruins.
Reilly Smith has played in all 37 games, ranks second in assists and is tied for the Bruins lead in goals with 12 – amazing when you consider he’s not in the team’s top five in shots.
It was early in the third period Thursday night when Ryan Spooner really learned what it takes to become a regular in the NHL.
The Bruins lived up to the reputation as goons during the first period of their win against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday at TD Garden.
Once the Bruins’ coaches and Marchand’s teammates finally get to stop telling him that things will get better, he’ll know he’s out of his early-season morass.
The B’s have the most points at home in the NHL, but now it’s time for the schedule’s revenge