|Live Blog: Bruins reunite with Lightning at TD Garden||03.02.13 at 10:02 am ET|
|Bruins pound Panthers, continue road dominance||02.24.13 at 5:31 pm ET|
Long before he received a 10-minute misconduct for protesting some uneven officiating on cross-checks, Milan Lucic put the Bruins on the board at the 7:57 mark in the first period, and the Bruins remained on the offensive en route to a 4-1 victory in Florida over the Panthers. Boston improved to an outstanding 7-1-1 mark on the road.
Later in the first, Zdeno Chara produced a spectacular goal on a spin move and then backhander to put the B’s up 2-0, and after Tomas Kopecky scored late in the first to bring Florida back to within a goal, Chris Kelly capitalized on the Bruins’ only power play opportunity of the game, potting a power-play goal at 2:30 of the second period and, in the process, breaking a 14-game streak without a goal. Daniel Paille scored an empty-netter in the game’s final two minutes for the B’s final margin of victory.
Tuukka Rask turned aside 34 of 35 Florida shot attempts in the victory.
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|Nathan Horton scores twice as Bruins beat Lightning||02.21.13 at 10:06 pm ET|
The Bruins beat the Lightning, 4-2, Thursday night in Tampa thanks to a two-goal performance from Nathan Horton.
The B’s jumped out to a 2-0 lead thanks to first-period goals from Horton and Patrice Bergeron. Steven Stamkos got the Lightning on the board at 8:13 of the first, with rookie Cory Conacher tying it up in the second with his sixth goal of the season. The B’s retook the lead at 13:58 of the second on Brad Marchand’s team-leading ninth goal of the season. Horton made it 4-2 2:33 into the the third.
Marchand and Bergeron also had multi-point nights thanks to assists on one another’s goals, with Dougie Hamilton turning in a pair of assists as well. Marchand’s assist was just his second of the season, though he now has nine goals in 13 games played.
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|Bruins chat at Tuesday at noon||02.19.13 at 12:18 am ET|
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|Bruins chat at noon||02.13.13 at 7:48 am ET|
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|Report: Bruins to open season at home against Rangers on Jan. 19||01.09.13 at 8:18 pm ET|
According to the Boston Globe, which cited a team source, the Bruins have been told by the NHL that they will open their 48-game regular season schedule on January 19 at TD Garden against the New York Rangers, with a 7 p.m. start likely. The report suggests that, with the Celtics on the road until January 24, the Bruins might end up with a multi-game homestand to start the season, noting the possibility that the Toronto Maple Leafs could come to Boston on January 21 — a date that had been part of the original NHL season schedule.
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