Brandon Carlo's Status Uncertain After Taking Elbow To Face In Bruins Win Over PanthersThursday night's Bruins victory came at a cost, as blue liner Brandon Carlo left in the second period after taking an elbow to the face.
Bruins Sign Brandon Carlo To Two-Year ContractThe Boston Bruins have locked up another young blue liner, signing defenseman Brandon Carlo to a two-year 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.
Bruins Avoid Elimination With 5-1 Win, Set Date For Game 7 In Stanley Cup FinalThe Boston Bruins are still alive. Now, the hockey world prepares for the ultimate sporting moment: Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final.
O'Reilly's Goal Lifts Blues Over Bruins To Tie Stanley Cup Final At Two Games ApieceThe Bruins and their fans had hopes of ensuring that the Stanley Cup would be in attendance for Thursday night's Game 5. The St. Louis Blues had other plans.
Another Questionable Goal For Blue Jackets? Bruins Make Sure It Doesn't Matter -- AgainMany times before, such moments have sunken teams. But the Bruins showed that they would not let it happen.
Bruins' Brandon Carlo Ready To Make His Long-Awaited Playoff DebutAfter injuries forced him to miss the playoffs the last two years, Brandon Carlo is finally healthy and ready for the postseason.
Confidence Key For Healthy Carlo To Pick Up Where He Left Off For BruinsAlthough he’s had his first two NHL seasons shortened by injury, you can’t call Bruins defenseman Brandon Carlo injury-prone.
Report: Brandon Carlo Suffers Broken Left Fibula, Will Be Out WeeksBruins defenseman Brandon Carlo suffered a broken left fibula and is going to be out for 6 to 8 weeks, according to a report in The Boston Sports Journal.
Getting Mean Has Helped Bruins’ Carlo Turn Around Sophomore SeasonThe Bruins don’t need 6-foot-5, 208-pound defenseman Brandon Carlo to be The Incredible Hulk. They don’t even need him to be Zdeno Chara or Adam McQuaid.
Bruce Cassidy Mixing, Matching For Playoffs And Other Thoughts After Bruins' Successful Road TripHere are some observations and thoughts I had after the Bruins earned their fifth point of the road trip with a shootout loss in Winnipeg.
Carlo, Krug’s Performance Showed Bruins May Be Equipped To Handle Multi-Line AttacksCoach Bruce Cassidy gave the assignment of slowing down rookie sensation Mathew Barzal’s line to the pair of Torey Krug and Brandon Carlo on Saturday.
No Crisis Of Confidence For Bruins’ Carlo After Struggles Against Maple LeafsThe second-year defenseman had maybe his worst performance of his NHL career Saturday, but Brandon Carlo seems to have already bounced back.
Matt Kalman's Bruins Camp Preview: 5 Players To WatchThe Bruins open training camp on Thursday. It's time to look at five young players expected to make an impact.
Report: Bruins Talking To Avalanche About Potential Matt Duchene TradeDuchene is a dynamic talent, but would cost the Bruins a steep price in a trade.