In Addition To Broken Jaw, Zdeno Chara Played Through Elbow Injury That Now Requires SurgeryNot that many people were doing it before, but now there is definitely no way that anybody can ever question Zdeno Chara's toughness and commitment.
Sweeney: Bruins Don't Want To Trade Torey Krug, But Will Have To Listen To OffersSome forthcoming salary cap constraints could at least lead general manager Don Sweeney to keep his phone ringer on as Krug enters the final year of his contract.
What's Next For Bruins, And What Still Stings About Stanley Cup Final LossSo, with the book officially closed on the 2018-19 season and the Stanley Cup Final, it's worth looking ahead to what comes next for the Bruins, and also look back at what still stands out after some time of reflection.
Zdeno Chara Confirms He Had Multiple Fractures In Jaw During Stanley Cup FinalWe knew Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara played the final three games of the Stanley Cup Final with a broken jaw. But now that the postseason run is over, Chara revealed how broken his jaw actually was.
Zero Bruins Had A Good Game 7 And Other Leftover Stanley Cup ThoughtsThe Bruins lost Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final. If you care to explore some aspects of that game, feel free to venture forward.
Not Quite Conn Smythe: Tuukka Rask Debate To Live On, Perhaps ForeverThe bar was too high to clear for anyone, including Tuukka Rask. It remains so.
Patrice Bergeron Played Through Groin Injury During Stanley Cup FinalAs is usually the case after a hockey team finishes a grueling postseason run, news of the injuries players sustained along the wayis starting to trickle in.
No Excuses: Bruins Just Weren't Good Enough To Be Champions This YearThe Bruins were great throughout the playoffs ... right up until Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Bruins Heartbroken, At A Loss For Words Following Game 7 DefeatIn the moments after their disappointing 4-1 loss to the St. Louis Blues in Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, many Bruins players struggled to put their emotions into words. They didn't have to; their faces said it all.
Bad Brad Marchand Line Change Leads To Alex Pietrangelo Back-Breaking Goal In Game 7Very quickly, a nothing play turned into an impromptu 2-on-1 in tight. The Blues capitalized, and the Bruins never really recovered.
Ryan O'Reilly Wins Conn Smythe Award For BluesEntering Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, the Conn Smythe Trophy was Tuukka Rask's to lose. Ryan O'Reilly stole it from him.
St. Louis Suffocates Boston On Bruins' Home Ice, Win First Stanley Cup In 52-Year History Of Blues FranchiseFor the third time in four chances, the St. Louis Blues stepped onto Boston's home ice and earned a victory over the Bruins. As a result, they're now Stanley Cup champs.
What You Need To Know About Bruins-Blues Game 7It all comes down to this. The Bruins and Blues will battle one final time for NHL supremacy, for the right to lift the Stanley Cup over their heads and call themselves champions.
Bruins Practice Facility Caps Game 7 Viewing Party At 400 People, Won't Sell AlcoholThe arena wants to keep things family friendly for the big game.
Matt Grzelcyk Cleared To Play, Considered Game-Time Decision For Game 7Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk may make his return in Wednesday night's Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.