TAMPA — No offense to Shawn Thornton, but the Bruins with a healthy Patrice Bergeron and a confident Tyler Seguin, the Bruins now are a threat to score every shift.
BOSTON — As the elder statesman of the Bruins, Mark Recchi is expected to pass on his sage advice whenever possible.
However, as of this afternoon he hadn’t hit up rookie Tyler Seguin with any words of wisdom about playing in the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time … yet.
BOSTON — After taking yesterday off from skating, the Bruins returned to the TD Garden ice today for a practice two days before their Eastern Conference Final series with Tampa Bay is scheduled to finally open at the same venue.
BOSTON — No one was more snake-bit for the Bruins in their four-game Eastern Conference semifinal sweep of Philadelphia than Rich Peverley.
BOSTON – The emergence of the trio of Chris Kelly, Rich Peverley and Michael Ryder as an offensive force can be easily quantified by looking at the seven goals and 16 points the three have combined to produce through the Bruins’ first 10 postseason games.
BOSTON — Nashville must feel like a different world right now for some.
The Predators are in the second round of the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since joining the NHL in 1999.
BOSTON — There’s no way the Bruins will beat Montreal in their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series that starts tonight at TD Garden if they’re going to be a one-line or even two-line team.
WILMINGTON, Mass. – We won’t know for weeks or even months if Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley were the final pieces to the Bruins’ championship puzzle.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — In an effort to re-energize his team’s offense, Bruins head coach Claude Julien made a tweak to his lines for practice today at Ristuccia Arena.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — The Bruins have scored one power play goal in each of their last six games, and have moved back into the top half of the league’s man-advantage rankings as of this morning to 13th with a success rate of 18.1 percent.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — As with all coaches, Bruins bench boss Claude Julien reserves the right to change his mind. But Julien did reveal today that he’ll probably start newcomer Rich Peverley off as a winger.
WILMINGTON, Mass. — Forward Rich Peverley skated in his first practice with the Bruins today at Ristuccia Arena, with his new uniform number 49 stuck on the back of his helmet in decals.
In an interview with a pool reporter this afternoon, newly acquired Bruins forward Rich Peverley described his game. (more…)