Adam Jones analyzes the game with Dave Goucher and Bob Beers, then gives his three highlights and lowlights.
It seems as though nearly everyone has taken part in the “Ice Bucket Challenge,” dumping a bucket of ice water over their head to raise awareness for ALS.
The rich got richer when the Bruins shifted Carl Soderberg to center.
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.
Gregory Campbell is one of the least spoiled athletes in this town, but the Bruins are privileged to have him.
The Bruins’ 4-1 loss to Montreal was about as ugly as it gets, but it shouldn’t be a problem for the B’s to put it behind them.
Adam Jones recaps the best and worst of the Bruins 6-3 win over the Islanders.
On a night the Bruins honored P. J. Axelsson, one of their best penalty killers of the past 15 years, the current Boston penalty kill looked like it could use the Swede back in uniform.
Dave Goucher and Bob Beers recap the Bruins 2-1 loss to Montreal, and Adam breaks down the 3 best and worst story lines from the game in Plus/Minus.
The Bruins are one quarter through their season and the only thing we know is that even without playing one great 60-minute game, they’ve still been able to find their perch among the NHL’s elite.