BOSTON (CBS) – Daniel Paille has been freed from the clutches of Gregory Campbell and the Bruins winger has looked like a new man. The speedster endured a first half from hell with one goal […]
Several forwards have underperformed and the Bruins have struggled to settle on a consistent lineup.
A pint-sized Bruins fan is melting hearts across New England and beyond.
Matt Kalman takes a closer look at the B’s forwards, and which ones will make the final cut.
Is Brad Marchand a pest or a solid all-around player?
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.
Secondary scoring is meant to be secondary. Here’s a breakdown of the top-line, and the five things that can get them going in Game 4.
The Bruins have been here before, and they’re already focused on Saturday’s Game 2.
Two players returned to practice with their Boston Bruins teammates on Tuesday. One is presumably much closer to returning than the other.
Bruins forward Daniel Paille won’t play in Thursday night’s Game 4 in Detroit, but he is getting close to making a return.