|Sunday Skate Live Chat: ‘We’re probably going to talk about football and John Scott’ edition||01.16.16 at 11:59 pm ET|
The first hour’s the best hour. Y’all know the drill. 8 a.m.-9 a.m. Don’t miss it. Click here to listen live.
|Sunday Skate Live Chat: ‘The first hour’s the only hour’ edition||01.09.16 at 11:12 pm ET|
Sunday Skate with DJ Bean, Joe McDonald and Pete Blackburn is back and so is the interactive live chat. Ask questions, make Photoshops, do whatever. This is a safe place.
Listen to the show here from 8-9 a.m.
|Live blog: Bruins take on Canadiens in Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium||01.01.16 at 12:14 pm ET|
|Photos: Bruins-Canadiens Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium||01.01.16 at 11:20 am ET|
The Bruins host the Canadiens in the 2016 Winter Classic at Gillette Stadium on Friday, and WEEI has been in Foxboro all week. Check out our photos from Thursday and Friday here.
WEEI.com’s DJ Bean also hosted a Winter Classic Special with Joe McDonald and Pete Blackburn at Bar Louie just outside Gillette. Mark Recchi and Kathryn Tappen were among those who stopped by.
|David Krejci hurt as Bruins lose to Senators||12.27.15 at 7:40 pm ET|
The Bruins dropped their third straight game in regulation as they took a 3-1 loss to the Senators Sunday in Ottawa. The result allowed the Senators to pull even with the B’s in the standings with 42 points.
Losing the game may have been the tip of the iceberg for the B’s, as David Krejci did not play the third period after suffering an upper-body injury in a collision with Bobby Ryan. Krejci scored Boston’s only goal, as he picked up his second goal in as many days.
The Bruins were already playing without defenseman Torey Krug, who was injured in Saturday’s loss to the Sabres. Colin Miller was a healthy scratch, as the Bruins inserted defensemen Zach Trotman and Joe Morrow into the lineup.
The Bruins will host the Senators Tuesday at TD Garden in their final game before Friday’s Winter Classic.
|Bruins beat Devils in shootout, sit 1 point behind Canadiens||12.20.15 at 7:59 pm ET|
The Bruins continued gaining ground on the Canadiens on Sunday with a 2-1 shootout win over the Devils at TD Garden. With the win, the B’s improved to 19-9-4 with 42 points on the season, putting them just one point behind the Atlantic Division-leading Habs with two games in hand.
Ryan Spooner scored the only goal of the shootout, with Bruins backup Jonas Gustavsson stopping all three shooters he faced. The Bruins got their regulation from Loui Eriksson in the first period.
The overtime session began with a two-minute 4-on-3 for Boston, as Matt Beleskey was hauled down by Adam Henrique while trying to jam in a rebound from a Zdeno Chara shot in the final seconds of regulation. The Bruins went 0-or-1 on the power play on the night, as that was Boston’s only man advantage of the game.
The Bruins next play Tuesday, when they host the Blues at TD Garden for their final game before the holiday break.
|Bruins-Rangers Live Blog||11.27.15 at 12:33 pm ET|