David Pastrnak Rips Home A Slap Shot For His Second Goal Of The Game

“David Pastrnak scores” is becoming a pretty common phrase in Boston. One minute and 20 seconds after his first goal, Pastrnak ripped home a slap shot off of a Brad Marchand feed to cut the Colorado Avalanche lead to 3-2. The goal was Pastrnak’s 18th of the season which leads the team. To see the goal, check out the video above, part of the Arbella Coverage Cam.
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Boston Bruins Comeback Attempt Falls Short in 4-2 Loss to Avalanche

The Boston Bruins lose their second game in consecutive nights after the Avalanche come to town and beat the Bruins. The Avalanche had three unassisted goal propelling them to victory. Bruins tried to make the come back, but ended up falling short.
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5 Things We Learned as Avalanche snap Bruins’ 6-game point streak

The Bruins’ six-game point streak came to an end Thursday night against the Avalanche. (Greg M. Cooper/USA Today Sports) Despite the positives that came with their ability to come back from an 0-3 the night before in Washington, Thursday’s defeat at the hands of the Avalanche served as a reminder to the Bruins that they can’t spot the opposition three goals any given night...
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Which Player On the Bruins Is The Most Intense Sports Fan?

The Bruins are certainly intense on the ice, but which B’s player is the most intense as a sports fan? Guerin Austin asked fans at The Harp in Boston who they thought would be the craziest sports fanatic. Fans provided some interesting answers that may surprise you. To see which Bruin the fans thought would be the most intense fan, check out the clip above from the Ultimate Bruins...
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Preview: Bruins Welcome Avalanche to the Garden

The Boston Bruins will be squaring off against the Colorado Avalanche for the second time in 2016-17 Thursday night at the TD Garden in Boston. In their first meeting of the season, the Bruins came away with a 2-0 win in Denver. In that game, David Krejci and Dominic Moore notched the goals for the Bruins, while Tuukka Rask recorded a shutout. The Bruins will be looking for their...
Via The Hockey Writers
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Admiral’s Mailbag: Can Bruins retain David Pastrnak?

Send questions for next week’s mailbag to or @RearAdBsBlog on Twitter. In addition to hockey questions, feel free to send along any movie/TV questions as well. With his contract expiring at season’s end, what kind of a raise is David Pastrnak looking at? — Sammy, Revere, MA A pretty significant one from $925,000 he’s getting paid this year, to say...
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11 hours ago

Bruins Will Not Miss Beleskey

On Monday it was announced that Matt Beleskey will miss the next six weeks due to a knee injury he sustained over the weekend in a game against the Buffalo Sabres. Six weeks is a long stint to be without a potential top six forward, but ultimately the Bruins will not miss Beleskey over that time. Beleskey is Slacking Embed from Getty Images Beleskey’s numbers and play...
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13 hours ago

Video: Washington Capitals 4, Boston Bruins 3 highlights

The Bruins bounced back from a 3-0 deficit to take the game to overtime, but the Capitals were able to snap the B's 3 game win streak.***Shop our online store for unique Boston shirts and hoodies.
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20 hours ago

Bruins Score Three Straight To Force OT Before Losing 4-3 To Caps

Tuukka Rask’s struggles against the Washington Capitals continued on Wednesday night, as his Bruins fought back from a 3-0 deficit to force overtime before succumbing 4-3 at Verizon Center.
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23 hours ago

Patrice Bergeron Is Doing It All — Except, You Know, Putting The Puck In The Net

The Frank J. Selke Award is given to the NHL forward who most demonstrates a high level of proficiency at both ends of the ice — responsible in his own zone, productive in his opponent’s. Boston Bruins center iceman Patrice Bergeron has won three of the last five Selkes, effectively taking the torch from Pavel Datsyuk as the league’s best two-way forward.Bergeron is not going...
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1 day ago

Noel Acciari assigned to Providence Bruins

Noel Acciari Bruins forward Noel Acciari knew something was not right when his leg buckled Nov. 7 against the Sabres. “I felt something was wrong, but I didn’t know the severity of it,” Acciari, who has missed the last 14 games and will miss his 15th in a row tonight, said of his injury. “I just took it with a grain of salt.” But back on the ice for about a week now, and...
Via Big Bad Blog
1 day ago

Frank Vatrano Back In Practice

Boston Bruins forward Frank Vatrano is back on the ice and is practicing with the team for the first time since tearing some ligaments in the offseason. Boston Bruins forward Frank Vatrano is back on the ice for the second day of practicing with the team. Even though he’s still wearing the red ‘no-contact’ jersey, […] Boston Bruins: Frank Vatrano Back In Practice - Causeway...
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1 day ago

Ryan Spooner Wants To Stay With The Boston Bruins

Boston Bruins forward Ryan Spooner is once again at the center of trade talks. Once again, Spooner he reiterated his desire to play for the Bruins for as long as possible. The Boston Bruins are once again at the center of a rumor that involves moving forward Ryan Spooner.  For each of the last three […] Ryan Spooner Wants To Stay With The Boston Bruins - Causeway Crowd - Causeway...
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Bruins lose Matt Beleskey for six weeks

Beleskey injured his knee in Saturday's win over Buffalo.
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Brad Marchand wants to play in the Olympics, thinks the current CBA needs changes

The NHL hasn’t made an official decision regarding the league’s participation in future Olympics, but that hasn’t stopped various players from chiming in on the situation. Brad Marchand of the Boston Bruins recently spoke up about the Olympics, stating his desire to continue competing in what he believes is the game’s highest level. Marchand spoke with the Boston Herald...
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Bruins Prospect Watch: Rob O’Gara Already Impressing In Boston’s System

Rob O’Gara’s in a unique situation. In a league where some players make their NHL debuts as teenagers, the Boston Bruins’ 2011 draft pick played four years at Yale University before making his B’s debut this season. The defenseman, who played in three games before being sent to the American Hockey League’s Providence Bruins, is a prospect B’s fans definitely should...
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Ryan Dzingel’s ear had to be reconstructed after taking a shot to the head

Ryan Dzingel needed reconstructive surgery for his ear after taking a shot from Erik Karlsson to the head during the Ottawa Senators’ game on Thursday against the Boston Bruins. Dzingel was initially stitched up and returned to the game, but he needed additional treatment following the game. Below was the frightening incident: After the game, it was revealed that Dzingel...
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