Jordan Caron’s first period goal in Game 3 was the result of a blue collar effort, and his work ethic is something that hasn’t been lost on by his coach or teammates, Matt Kalman writes.
Playoff hockey is back in Boston! Bob Beers joined Gresh & Zo Friday, and he’s excited to see what Jarome Iginla is going to unleash tonight.
With Daniel Paille and Chris Kelly both highly questionable after missing the entire week of practices, Caron and rookie Justin Florek might have to join the Bruins’ corps of 12 forwards.
The Bruins played three games in Western Canada last week, but you can argue they only played three (maybe four) periods over the course of those contests.
Once viewed as a draft bust, Jordan Caron is breaking out early in the 2013-14 season for the Boston Bruins.
The Bruins’ third line played well in the season opener, but one thing could have been better.
Bruins GM Peter Chiarelli joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Toucher & Rich on Wednesday, and is excited about two new players on Boston’s top two lines.
Jordan Caron knows it’s time to put up – better offensive totals, that is – or it might be time to pack up, now that he’s seemingly made the Bruins opening-night roster.
The Bruins’ draft record has been somewhat spotty, but Matt Kalman points out that the team has benefited both from developing and trading prospects in deals that have aided the their cause during two Stanley Cup runs.
Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron was not out with his teammates on Monday when they took to the TD Garden ice for their morning skate ahead of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.