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.
The season may have ended in disappointment for the Boston Bruins, but that doesn’t mean the team didn’t make its fair share of highlights along the way.
Seth Griffith has been in an odd predicament all season, but can secure his spot in the lineup by finding the back of the net on a consistent basis.
Adam Jones breaks down the Bruins win with Dave Goucher and Bob Beers.
Seth Griffith made a play kids on three continents and in more than 25 countries dream about accomplishing at the sport’s highest level.
Adam Jones analyzes the game with Dave Goucher and Bob Beers, then gives his three highlights and lowlights.
Seth Griffith scored his first NHL goal at the 4:50 mark of the third period to start a comeback that resulted in a 5-3 win against the San Jose Sharks.
The Boston Bruins announced their developmental camp roster on Monday, which includes all six of the team’s 2012 draft picks and seven invitees from outside their system.
The Boston Bruins made a trade and selected a hometown player on the second day of the NHL Draft.