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NHL - Boston Bruins

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Friday, 12 May 2017 02:39

Boston Bruins: Season In Review Discussion

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The CLNS Boston Bruins Beat Team takes a look back at the 2016-17 season and names the B's MVP, biggest surprise, biggest disappointment, and answers other pertinent questions!
Wednesday, 10 May 2017 13:00

Rask, Bergeron Have Offseason Surgery

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Both Patrice Bergeron and Tuukka Rask had surgery for lingering injuries they dealt with during the 2016-17 season. 
Wednesday, 26 April 2017 17:43

Patrice Bergeron Played All Season With Injury

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Patrice Bergeron told reporters during exit interviews that he battled an injury all season long. 
Bruce Cassidy will be back next year as the head coach of the Boston Bruins. 
The Boston Bruins defeated the 20 Ottawa Senators players and the four on-ice officials in a crazy Game 5 to keep their season alive.
Patrice Bergeron has been selected as a finalist to receive the Frank J. Selke trophy.
The Boston Bruins lost their third straight games in the series as the Sens take game four in Boston. Craig Anderson made 22 saves in the shutout victory for the Sens.
The Bruins came back from a three-goal deficit but it proved unsuccessful in overtime.
Just when it looked like the Boston Bruins were going to escape Ottawa with a 2-0 lead in their first round playoff series, the Senators struck for three unanswered goals to claim Game 2 on Saturday afternoon.
The Boston Bruins scored twice in the third period to shock the Ottawa Senators in Game 1 and steal home-ice advantage in their first round playoff series.
The Boston Bruins’ season-high six-game winning streak came to an end on Thursday night in a potential preview of a first-round playoff series.
With their sixth straight win, the Boston Bruins will be heading to the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since the 2013-2014 season. With the win over Tampa, the Bruins guaranteed themselves a spot in the top eight for the right to bring home Lord’s Stanley Cup.
The Bruins have now won two in a row to keep peace in a tight Eastern Conference playoff race. Tuukka Rask returned in net after missing last Saturday’s game against the Islanders. Rask made 24 of 25 saves in the win as Bruins used four different goal scorers.
In the biggest game of the regular season, two unlikely heroes emerged to give the Boston Bruins the two points that they desperately needed.
Just when it looked like their postseason drought would be snapped this season, the Big Bad Bruins have reverted back to just plain bad.
The Boston Bruins are picking the wrong time of the season to go on a losing streak.
The Boston Bruins (38-26-6) continued their road trip when they traveled to Edmonton to take on old friend Milan Lucic and the Oilers (36-24-9).
Brad Marchand notched his league-leading 36th goal of the year, while teammate David Pastrnak broke the 30-goal barrier with two goals to give the Bruins another huge two points.
The Bruins have improved to 11-3 under Bruce Cassidy with a victory to start their four game Canadian road trip. Marchand scored three in the third period to lead the Bruins offensive attack.
The Bruins have improved to 10-3 under interim coach Bruce Cassidy and 7-1 at home. The Bruins got goals for David Pastrnak and Drew Stafford and 26 saves from Tuukka Rask in the win.
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