Zdeno Chara was limited to 22:05 of ice time in Game 1 but played 26:04 of dominant hockey in the Bruins’ Game 2 victory over Detroit.
In order to wear down the Red Wings and try to make the visitors play without the puck, the Bruins needed to ride their bigger-name, bigger-impact defensemen a little harder. They didn’t.
The Stanley Cup Playoffs are here, and the Bruins finally have some issues to worry about.
The Boston Bruins let another game slip away in the third period Thursday night, and head coach Claude Julien was not pleased about it.
The 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 (CBS) — With just four games to go in the regular season, the Boston Bruins sit atop the NHL standings with every other team looking up. While Boston has begun to rest some of […]
With the regular season winding down, the Bruins are trying to get Reilly Smith going again.
Cam Neely readily admits that he’s biased, but he still believes his goaltender, his captain and his alternate captain are worthy of the NHL’s top postseason awards.
Bruins analyst Billy Jaffe joined Toucher & Rich on Thursday to chat about resting players, and the final spot on the Bruins’ blue line for the playoffs.
Adam Proteau of The Hockey News is concerned that Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara could hit a postseason wall.