Bruins voice Dave Goucher joined Gresh & Zo to talk about a whole host of B’s topics.
The right side of the Bruins’ defense corps was rescued this season by the emergence of two inexperienced players who matured into key members of the NHL roster this season.
The Bruins’ season ended in failure, but the development of Dougie Hamilton is a major bright spot.
During their 4-2 win in Game 5, the Bruins proved that there’s nothing the same about their power play compared to past years.
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.
After an “embarrassing” loss in Game 3, Matt Kalman calls out the Boston blue line.
Exciting third periods are all well and good, but the Bruins finally got burned by playing with too much fire in the first two periods.
Rookie defenseman Dougie Hamilton made some comments following the Bruins 5-3 win that were a topic of discussion Monday morning on Toucher & Rich.
The Bruins know how to make things difficult for themselves — but they’re also pretty darn good at making comebacks.
Two players who had little to no impact on last year’s first-round series were among the best offensive players for the Bruins this time around.