Bruins Patrice Bergeron Will Miss At Least Next 2 Games With Lower Body InjuryThe Boston Bruins hit the road for a two-game road trip on Monday, but did so without Patrice Bergeron.
Rask, Bruins Blank Devils 3-0 In Home OpenerTuukka Rask stopped 31 shots in his 46th career shutout, leading the Boston Bruins to a 3-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils to win their home opener on Saturday night.
Patrice Bergeron Gives Update On Groin Injury, Remains Confident He'll Play Opening NightPatrice Bergeron is making progress with his groin injury, and is confident he'll be on the ice when the Boston Bruins open their season in two weeks.
Ryan O'Reilly Wins 2019 Selke Trophy; Patrice Bergeron Misses Out On Record Fifth WinRyan O'Reilly of the Stanley Cup champion St. Louis Blues has won his first Selke Trophy as the NHL's top defensive forward.
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.
When It Comes To Game 7, Bruins Have Much More Experience Than BluesAs it relates to Wednesday night's Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final, it will the Boston Bruins who will carry a significant amount of experience when playing in such winner-take-all games.
Bruins' Best Players Finally Start Playing Like Bruins' Best Players And Other Leftover Stanley Cup Final ThoughtsBefore moving on to Game 7, we've got to hit on some leftover thoughts from the Bruins' 5-1 win in Game 6, which kept their season alive and forced the upcoming Game 7 ... which you deserve.
Patrice Bergeron Delivered Rousing Pregame Speech For Bruins Before Game 6 In St. LouisThe veteran influence showed up Sunday night in St. Louis, both on the ice for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final, and in the dressing room before the puck dropped. And it came from Patrice Bergeron.
Forget The Refs: Bruins Out Of Room For Excuses After Game 5 LossAfter losing, the Bruins sounded off with their complaints. But now, it doesn't matter. An elimination game awaits.
Charlie Coyle Continues Torrid Scoring Stretch For Bruins In Game 4 Vs. BluesMonday night marked Coyle's 21st playoff game as a member of the Bruins, and just over 13 minutes in, he buried his ninth goal of the postseason.
Perfection: Bruins' Game 3 Dominance Should Leave Psychological Mark On BluesThe Bruins played their game to perfection on Saturday night, to the tune of a 7-2 victory. As a result, they now own a 2-1 lead.