Boston Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Wednesday morning, but did not offer any update on defenseman Dennis Seidenberg, who left Boston’s Game 7 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs early in the first period with an apparent injury.
The Boston Bruins were back on the practice ice on Friday, and Rich Peverley was back to a familiar spot.
With the NHL Playoffs just a few hours away for the Boston Bruins, head coach Claude Julien insists his Game 1 lineup against the Toronto Maple Leafs still isn’t set.
When it comes to exceeding expectations, which is what the Seventh Player Award rewards, Paille should’ve been the leader in the clubhouse.
Dougie Hamilton hasn’t generated the same kind of buzz lately as he did earlier in the year, but he showed Monday he’s still developing quite the all-around game.
The Bruins went 32-0-0 when leading after two periods last year, but are finding themselves struggling at the ends of games this season. Gresh and Zo began Wednesday’s show breaking down the Bruins’ 3-1 loss to the Jets.
You have to imagine the Penguins are sick and tired of hearing about how the Bruins are so deep and perfectly built, especially in the time after Boston won the 2011 Stanley Cup championship.
When the Bruins’ team defense is going well, everyone’s doing his job and no one’s worrying about individual credit.
Bruins legend Ray Bourque joined Gresh & Zo to discuss how the shortened schedule affects players, the team’s struggle on the power play, the play of his son Chris Bourque and the NHL’s realignment plan.
Felger and Massarotti were joined by Pierre McGuire from the NBC Sports to about tonight’s Boston Bruins-Montreal Canadiens game, Dougie Hamilton, and the level of play in the NHL this year.