It was early in the third period Thursday night when Ryan Spooner really learned what it takes to become a regular in the NHL.
There are plenty of young players, both established ones and those hoping to be the future of the franchise, getting an up-close look at Jarome Iginla’s acts of bravery.
Bruins forward Milan Lucic can learn a life lesson from his altercation in Vancouver.
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.
The Bruins face Andrew Ference’s Oilers on Thursday night, and the former Boston blue-liner’s gritty style is still prevalent in the B’s.
Milan Lucic says he hasn’t been back to Rogers Arena in Vancouver since the night he and his Bruins teammates raised the Stanley Cup over their heads in June 2011.
The Bruins lived up to the reputation as goons during the first period of their win against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday at TD Garden.
Bruins coach Claude Julien called his team’s second period “atrocious and embarrassing.”
Once the Bruins’ coaches and Marchand’s teammates finally get to stop telling him that things will get better, he’ll know he’s out of his early-season morass.
The B’s have the most points at home in the NHL, but now it’s time for the schedule’s revenge