WILMINGTON, Mass. — It was time for the Bruins’ prospects to move beyond the team building and practicing and actually strut their stuff in a game atmosphere with score kept at Ristuccia Arena today.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — The intensity picked up during Day 3 of the Bruins development camp at Ristuccia Arena today. Here’s a look at some of the action courtesy of Sharon Bradley Photography.
BOSTON — The Bruins turned the page away from the Milan Lucic-Ryan Miller Affair and pulled out a dramatic win Tuesday night at the TD Garden.
Benoit Pouliot was the hero as he scored the fifth and final goal of the third period with just 3:01 left in regulation to lift the Bruins over New Jersey, 4-3.
BOSTON — Tyler Seguin is red hot and the Bruins’ offense is on fire.
Boston downed Buffalo tonight for its fifth straight win, with Seguin scoring twice.
BOSTON — After going goal-less in his prior five games and admitting he hasn’t felt the same since returning from last June’s season-ending concussion, Bruins forward Nathan Horton erupted Monday night.
Horton scored twice and assisted on a third goal in a 6-2 rout of the New York Islanders.
BOSTON — For at least one night, the 2011-12 Bruins showed glimpses that they are in fact mostly the same team that won the Stanley Cup just five months ago in Vancouver.
Five different players scored goals, 13 different players recorded a point, and the Bruins produced a solid forecheck and net-front presence in downing Ottawa, 5-3, at TD Garden tonight.
BOSTON — The Bruins might not be panicking yet, but the NHL standings should be more of a source of distress now that they’re on the bottom of the Eastern Conference standings.
Carey Price made 29 saves in Montreal’s 2-1 win over the Bruins at TD Garden, which dropped Boston to a conference-worst 3-6-0 on the season.
BOSTON — The Bruins couldn’t solve San Jose goaltender Antti Niemi for all but 29 seconds of tonight’s game, and it cost them.
Benn Ferriero answered the Bruins’ rally from two goals down in the third period with the game-winning goal on a rebound with 11:12 remaining in regulation in a 4-2 Sharks win at TD Garden.
BOSTON — Bruins head coach Claude Julien was none too pleased with his team’s lackluster performance today at TD Garden.
The result was a 1-0 loss to goaltender Semyon Varlamov and the Colorado Avalanche at TD Garden.
BOSTON — Rich Peverley scored twice and the Bruins got points from nine different players in a 4-1 win over Tampa Bay for their first victory of the year.
David Krejci and Daniel Paille also scored.
BOSTON — Philadelphia ruined the Bruins’ party tonight by scoring twice late in the first period and hanging on for a 2-1 win at TD Garden.
BOSTON — The game might not have gone how the Bruins wanted, but there was no denying the emotion and excitement of the pregame ceremony to honor the 2011 Stanley Cup champions and raise the banner.
BOSTON — Ottawa rallied for two goals in the third period tonight and downed the Bruins, 2-1, at TD Garden in preseason action.
It was the last home preseason game for the Bruins, who outshot Ottawa 40-20.
BOSTON — If there were any questions about whether the defending Stanley Cup champions could get back to business with any level of intensity, they were answered in the affirmative yesterday and today.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — The drills and sprints are over for the Bruins rookies.
After three days and six on-ice practice sessions, the participants in Boston’s rookie camp departed this afternoon for Long Island, where they’ll face the New York Islanders’ rookies Monday and Tuesday in a pair of rookie games.