BOSTON — There’s been a small cast of Bruins players who have seemingly been in the thick of the action every time the team has bounced back from a difficult defeat or two.
VANCOUVER — It’s been seven years since Andrew Ference made his Stanley Cup Final debut for Calgary against Tampa Bay.
BOSTON — Bruins general manager Peter Chiarelli confirmed today that after a morning hearing with the NHL office, defenseman Andrew Ference was not suspended for his hit on Montreal’s Jeff Halpern last night.
BOSTON — Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference is scheduled to have a phone hearing with the NHL Thursday at 11 a.m. to discuss his hit on Montreal’s Jeff Halpern, according to the Twitter feed of TSN report Bob McKenzie.
BOSTON – Nathan Horton scored the game-winning goal in double overtime tonight by doing what he’s paid a lot of money to do – going to the net and staying there.
What should be a five-hour commute from Montreal back to the Bay State became an 8 1/2-hour odyssey thanks to a three-hour back-up at the U.S.-Canada border this morning.
LAKE PLACID, N.Y. – No one gets his gloves off faster than Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference when he thinks a teammate has been victimized by a hit that’s outside of the rule of the game.
Two things had to fall into place for the Bruins’ re-signing of Andrew Ference last March to a three-year contract extension to make any sense.
The Bruins’ back end has taken a beating in the breakout department the last several games. So tonight Boston should get a big lift.
Bruins head coach Claude Julien said this morning after his team’s skate in Toronto that defenseman Andrew Ference will be a game-time decision.
Once predicted to be back in the Bruins’ lineup for the start of this road trip, defenseman Andrew Ference remained out of action Tuesday but continues to practice with the team.
Bruins head coach Claude Julien confirmed most of our suspicions this morning when he said he expects rookie defenseman Steven Kampfer to play tonight in Columbus.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — After a second straight day of practicing with the team, Bruins defensemen Andrew Ference and Steven Kampfer are progressing well.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Both Andrew Ference and Steven Kampfer rejoined the Bruins for practice today for the first time since their injuries.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — After taking off Saturday to lick their wounds, the Bruins returned to practice today at Ristuccia Arena.