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Boston Bruins News: Miller Out Indefinitely, Griffith Back On First Line

Coming off of the heels of a dominant performance on Saturday night in Buffalo, the Boston Bruins were looking forward to coming home and were hoping to build some positive momentum to finally get rolling this season.
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Boston Bruins forward Milan Lucic boards Canadiens defenceman Alexei Emelin

Three nights ago, Milan Lucic was penalized two minutes for boarding Canadiens defenseman Alexei Emelin. This is the replay of the hit. You can see that Emelin turns at the last moment. I don't really agree with the call in question, but oh well. One has to wonder if Lucic was trying to send a message.Apparently, Lucic also made an obscene gesture to the Montreal fans and was...
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Griffith & Spooner heading to Providence

Kinda smelled this one when Gagne was signed, but Seth Griffith and Ryan Spooner are making their way back down to Providence. Bruins assign Seth Griffith and Ryan Spooner to Providence. Read official release: ^BB — Boston Bruins (@NHLBruins) October 19, 2014 Better than them rotting on the 9th floor, we guess. We miss you, Spooner.
Via Days of Y'Orr
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Boston Bruins Send Forwards Ryan Spooner, Seth Griffith To Providence

The Boston Bruins on Sunday announced they have sent forwards Ryan Spooner and Seth Griffith to Providence of the American Hockey League. Both players were healthy scratches for Boston in its 4-0 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night. The Providence Journal’s Mark Divver reported Sunday morning that both players are expected to play for the P-Bruins on Sunday afternoon...
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Patrice Bergeron Takes On Tough Questions From Youth Hockey Players (Video)

Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron had some words of wisdom for a group of young hockey players Saturday. The Belmont Rangers youth hockey team joined “Bruins Face-off Live” to ask the Bruins’ alternate captain questions and get some advice from a two-time Frank J. Selke trophy winner. Bergeron answered questions about his skills in the face-off circle, how he improved his...
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Milan Lucic apologizes for obscene gesture

Milan Lucic on Saturday apologized for making an obscene gesture earlier this week. The Boston Bruins winger was fined $5,000 on Friday for what the NHL labeled an “obscene gesture” late in the third period of Boston’s game Thursday against the Montreal Canadiens. Lucic made the gesture while entering the penalty box after being called for boarding in the final minutes of the...
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Boston Bruins: week one thoughts

The Boston Bruins are off to a slow start on the season, going just 2-4 through the first ten days. A lack of goal scoring plagued the team early on as injuries to centers David Krejci and Gregory Campbell forced head coach Claude Julien into some creative line combinations that led to a string of just four goals in four games before a shootout win over the Red Wings on Wednesday...
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‘Good thing I didn’t go blind': Fan shines laser at Bruins’ goalie Rask

A fan inside the Bell Centre in Montreal somehow came to the decision to shine a green laser pointer at Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask during Thursday’s game against the Canadiens. The action was caught on replay. You can see in the video a green laser pointer scurrying around Rask, who was in his crease. The screen grab in the photo picked out a speck of the laser against the...
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WATCH: Canadiens fan targets Tuukka Rask with laser pointer

An unidentified Montreal Canadiens fan targeted Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask with a green laser pointer during the second period of Thursday night's game at the Bell Centre.Cameras captured the green dot moving around the crease in front of Rask for a few seconds during a Habs offensive play:Fortunately, the laser did not appear to impact the play on the ice. Rask said...
Via Holdout Sports
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Me Lucic. Me No Smart. Bruins Lose.

First and foremost, I’d like to thank NESN for not airing the 21 minute (no exaggeration) pregame ceremony at the Bell Centre. You see, I have a fever that’s rapidly approaching 101 degrees and I really didn’t need all that hallucinatory stimuli. No, it’s not ebola. But if it is, I’m calling the Make-A-Wish foundation and telling them I want to hang out and share my bodily...
Via Days of Y'Orr
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WATCH: Milan Lucic makes obscene gesture to Habs fans

Milan Lucic wasn’t too happy when he was called for boarding. He was even less happy with the Canadiens fans who were celebrating as he was stepping into the penalty box. Given the recent playoff history between the two clubs, emotions were running high and Lucic deemed it appropriate to give the crowd a … colorful gesture. The gesture in question occurs right around the 22...
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Bruins coach drilled in head by puck, returns to bench with ghastly staple job (photos)

Proving yet again that the players aren’t the only tough guys on the bench during an NHL game — Winnipeg Jets head coach Paul Maurice comes to mind — Boston Bruins assistant coach Doug Houda took a puck that flew into the bench straight to the dome during Wednesday night’s game against the Detroit Red […] The post Bruins coach drilled in head by puck, returns to bench...
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Krejci 3:16 Says He Just Whipped Your Ass. BRUINS WIN!

Well that was something. Bruins played better. Not great, but better. Good step in the right direction. Having Krejci back is huge. Obviously. I mean just look what he did. His hands are so silky smooth that Victoria’s Secret has offered him a sponsorship deal. You know how everyone has that one really weird friend that wears silk boxers because he likes how it feels on his dong...
Via Days of Y'Orr
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Bruins add Simon Gagne on one-year deal

The Boston Bruins have just four goals in four games to start the NHL season so it is understandable that they are looking for offense. On Tuesday the team signed veteran Simon Gagne to a one-year deal worth $600,000. Bruins have signed Simon Gagne to one-year, $600k deal — Pierre LeBrun (@Real_ESPNLeBrun) October 14, 2014 Gagne skipped the entire 2013-14 season so exactly how...
6 days ago  |  Discuss
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