Shootout Winner 'Cherry On Top' Of Charlie McAvoy's 20th BirthdayCharlie McAvoy said farewell to his teenage years Thursday night by lifting the Bruins to a shootout win over the Winnipeg Jets.
Marchand, Spooner, Nash All Game-Time Decisions Due To Illness; Krejci Remains OutThe Boston Bruins are going to be shorthanded when they take on the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night at the TD Garden. And they might be very shorthanded.
Kalman: Suffocating Win Over Jets Latest Proof Bruins Are Playing Vintage DefenseIt feels like old times for coach Claude Julien’s Bruins.
Bruins Beat Jets 4-1The Winnipeg Jets failed to convert on five power plays on Monday night at the MTS Centre, enabling the Boston Bruins to escape with a 4-1 victory.
Report: Burmistrov Won't Face NHL Discipline For Elbowing BergeronIt took less than one period for the Bruins to be involved in a controversial hit this season.
Kalman: Bruins Prevail With Rask Back In Role Of Old FaithfulThe Bruins are getting what they paid for with Rask.
Julien Disappointed With Bruins' Effort In WinnipegThe Boston Bruins let another game slip away in the third period Thursday night, and head coach Claude Julien was not pleased about it.
Bruins' Lack Of Forward Depth Evident With Chris Kelly SidelinedIf the injury to Chris Kelly persists, Adam Jones, Dave Goucher and Bob Beers all agree the Bruins could have a real problem on their hands.
Haggerty: Inability To Close Out Games A Bad Trend For The BruinsThe Bruins have largely been a consistent team over the course of the 2013-14 season, but there’s been intermittent points throughout the year where they’ve struggled to close out games, and it’s been happening more and more as of late — including twice already this week.
Boston Bruins Beat Winnipeg Jets, 4-1Tory Krug scored twice for the Bruins.
Bruins Beat Jets, 5-0 In Preseason FinaleTuukka Rask made 20 saves and the Boston Bruins beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-0 on Friday in the final preseason finale for both teams.
Felger & Mazz: March 20, 2013The Felger and Massarotti Show from Wednesday, March 20.