The Boston Bruins were not very active in the NHL free-agent frenzy on Wednesday afternoon, but they were able to lock up one of their own.
The clamoring from the masses for the Bruins to remake their bottom two lines has been heard and the reinvention is underway.
The postseason run didn’t last long for the Providence Bruins, but at least the Boston Bruins’ American Hockey League farm team earned bragging rights on the parent club just by qualifying for the playoffs.
BOSTON (CBS) – 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Fred Toucher and WBZ’s Dan Roche (filling in for the under-the-weather Rich Shertelieb) had on the voice of the Bruins Dave Goucher ahead of Tuesday night’s big game […]
So, the Boston Bruins are still alive. And surprisingly enough, they’re sitting somewhat pretty.
Ryan Spooner and David Pastrnak have given something the Bruins they didn’t have before, says Joe Haggerty.
Ryan Spooner scored his second and third goals of the season and Tuukka Rask celebrated his birthday by stopping 39 shots to help lead the surging Boston Bruins to a 3-1 win over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.
The Bruins have to be grateful Spooner has some wise friends.
We’re starting to get a little more light on what went down with the Boston Bruins on Monday’s trade deadline day.
The trio of David Pastrnak, Ryan Spooner and Brian Ferlin are providing much-needed enthusiasm for a struggling Boston Bruins squad.