Which Boston athletes had a great month of February, and who didn’t? We break it all down for you!
Krug “just kind of hung around” while on vacation in Mexico and only recently started watching the Olympic games upon his return, adding, “It looks like a lot of fun and I’m looking forward to the game tomorrow.” He of course is not referring to Finland vs. Sweden
Tuukka Rask sent the Russians packing, as the tournament hosts will not receive a medal at the 2014 games.
If he plays well and stays healthy at the Olympics, Loui Eriksson might be able to better show the Bruins the things they acquired him to provide.
Patrice Bergeron again showed that he’s more than just a defensive wiz as he scored two goals and added an assist in the Bruins’ 7-2 shellacking of the Ottawa Senators at TD Garden.
As the Bruins head into St. Louis, they have a solid grasp on first place in the Atlantic Division.
Adam Jones recaps the best and worst of the Bruins 6-3 win over the Islanders.
Right now, the Bergeron Line, widely classified as the Bruins’ second line, is a raging, four-alarm inferno.
Five Boston Bruins will be playing in the Winter Olympics in Sochi, and their head coach will be on the bench for Team Canada, but none of them want their families making the trip.
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.