|Bruins beat Coyotes to snap losing streak||12.06.14 at 10:36 pm ET|
The Bruins concluded their four-game West Coast road trip with 5-2 win over the Coyotes Saturday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Leading the way offensively for Boston was Brad Marchand, whose two goal effort increased his team-leading goal total to eight. The Bruins also received goals from Kevan Miller, Simon Gagne and Loui Eriksson. The goal from Eriksson was his first since Nov. 6 and Boston’s first power play tally since Nov. 13.
Claude Julien tweaked his lineup for the game, putting Seth Griffith and Joe Morrow back in and scratching David Pastrnak and Matt Bartkowski.
The B’s will next play Thursday, when they host the Blackhawks at TD Garden.
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|Chat Bruins with DJ Bean at noon||12.03.14 at 7:59 pm ET|
Chat all things Bruins and whatever else with DJ Bean at noon. Bring your dancing shoes.
|Video: What it’s like to be Bobby Robins||10.11.14 at 7:55 am ET|
During a recent exhibition game against the Washington Capitals, Bruins 32 year old rookie Bobby Robins was mic’d up for an episode of NESN’s “Behind the B.” Here is a sample of what Robins brings to the table:
|Live Blog: Follow all the action as Bruins take on Flyers at TD Garden||10.08.14 at 6:57 pm ET|
|Chad ‘Ochocinco’ Johnson wants to fight Milan Lucic, Zdeno Chara||09.15.14 at 2:26 pm ET|
Taking to Twitter, former Patriots wideout Chad Johnson (formerly Chad Ochocino) was evidently feeling good about his hockey prowess — his video game hockey prowess that is.
As NHL training camp approaches I want to suit up for the HABS so I can fight Chara & Lucic…
A few minutes later, he went on to boast about his hockey skills, on the EA Sports video game, “NHL 15.”
I'm 28-0 online on NHL15, where's the competition for crying out loud…
— Chad Johnson (@ochocinco) September 15, 2014
|Video: DJ Bean’s ALS ice bucket challenge||08.09.14 at 1:17 pm ET|
Here’s DJ Bean’s attempt at pulling off the world’s smoothest ice bucket challenge to raise money and awareness for ALS. If you haven’t yet, please read up and donate at ALSA.org.
|Poll: Who wins Bruins-Canadiens Game 7?||05.14.14 at 9:19 am ET|
The Bruins and Canadiens will end their Eastern Conference semifinals series Wednesday night at TD Garden. Which team will skate into the conference finals?
How will Game 7 turn out?
- Bruins win close game in regulation (43%, 175 Votes)
- Bruins win big (19%, 78 Votes)
- Canadiens win close game in regulation (16%, 66 Votes)
- Bruins win in overtime (9%, 38 Votes)
- Canadiens win big (7%, 30 Votes)
- Canadiens win in overtime (6%, 22 Votes)
Total Voters: 409
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