Despite football being over, Gresh, Zo and Hardy went ‘no-huddle’ Thursday on a wide variety of sports stories touching on everything from a NHL player getting cut by a skate to a murder allegation from a former Olympian.
We all know what the Bruins have done this offseason, which isn’t much. Matt Kalman takes a look at what the rest of the Northeast Division was up to, and what it will mean for the Bruins as they try to capture their third straight division crown.
The Bear Essentials breaks down the first round of the NHL playoffs.
Felger and Massarotti previewed the Boston Bruins 1st round playoff matchup with Washington Capitals.
Boston Bruins forward Shawn Thornton joined Toucher & Rich on Friday to talk about a potential playoff series with the Senators, preparing for the playoffs, and whining in the NHL.
Anton Khudobin stopped 44 shots in his Bruins debut and Boston defeated the Ottawa Senators 3-1 Thursday night.
Staying healthy for the playoffs is now the main objective for the Bruins, who will rest several key regulars Thursday night against their likely first-round opponent, the Ottawa Senators.
The Bruins are opting to rest some of their star players, as Tim Thomas, Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara and Johnny Boychuk all stayed in Boston as the rest of the team went to Ottawa on Wednesday.
It seems we really have no idea what to expect from the Boston Bruins these late days of the season, but they better figure out how to bust out of their slump soon.
The Bruins may have a slight – but only slight – advantage to lock up the Northeast Division and the No. 2 seed in the East.