As the Bruins head into St. Louis, they have a solid grasp on first place in the Atlantic Division.
Johnny Boychuk had an Incredible Hulk-like night Tuesday, except his uniform didn’t shred off his body after he got angry.
Carl Soderberg will be rooting for Sweden in the upcoming Olympics, which would be like you rooting for your ex-wife to marry the perfect man after she divorces you because you took the job of your dreams rather than a position working in her dad’s store.
Brad Marchand has quite an extensive history against the Canucks. On Tuesday night, toning it down a bit might be his best course of action.
Chris Kelly’s return on Tuesday against the Florida Panthers provided the Bruins the final piece of their puzzle.
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.
For the fourth time this season, Tuukka Rask was pulled from a Bruins game Thursday night. Although the 4-1 loss to the Canadiens might’ve been the worst team performance of all the games Rask didn’t finish, it definitely wasn’t his worst performance of the quartet.
The end of January 2014 has been a time for the Bruins to look every bit the championship contender they thought they were when the season opened.
Matt Kalman has a tip for the Canadiens on Thursday: Watch out.
Right now, the Bergeron Line, widely classified as the Bruins’ second line, is a raging, four-alarm inferno.