We saw the NBA Trade Deadline pass last week in a blaze of glory and now the NHL will have it’s chance to steal the spotlight on Monday.
Loui Eriksson scored the go-ahead goal with 7:34 left in the third period and Tuukka Rask stopped 39 shots to lift the surging Boston Bruins to a 2-1 victory over the New York Islanders Saturday night for their ninth win in 12 games.
Tuukka Rask stopped 30 shots for his second shutout, Patrice Bergeron scored a first-period goal, and the Boston Bruins won their fifth straight by beating the New York Rangers 3-0 on Thursday night.
Milan Lucic scored two goals, and Niklas Svedberg earned his second NHL shutout behind three periods of stifling Boston defense as the Bruins beat the New Jersey Devils 3-0 on Thursday night.
Bruins coach Claude Julien liked the way Seth Griffith blocked a shot in the Boston end to start the play.
Ryan Spooner scored twice to lead the Boston Bruins to a 6-1 victory over the New York Islanders in a preseason game Friday night.
Cal Clutterbuck scored the tiebreaking goal with 3:19 left in the third period, sending the New York Islanders to a 5-3 preseason win over the Boston Bruins on Tuesday night.
John Tavares, Andrew MacDonald and Thomas Vanek scored second-period goals, and Kevin Poulin made 26 saves for his first win of the season as the New York Islanders beat the Boston Bruins 3-1 on Saturday night.
It took a couple of last-minute goals for the New Jersey Devils to snap their recent woes against the Boston Bruins.
If you want him to score, he’ll score. If you want him to rebound, he’ll rebound. And if you want him to run your team, he’ll do it with precision at 6-foot-9. But what about Anderson’s ability to lead?
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NESN.com’s Mike Hurley joined Neil once again to talk about the Stanley Cup finals, what to expect in Game 7, what it will mean for the city of Boston if the Bruins win.
I don’t have a horse in the race and am having a tough time picking one for this special occasion. I need to pick one. I can’t go into Game 7 not caring who wins. It’s just wrong.
It was an old school third period in Game 1. It was physical, it was eventful, and there were so many chances to score goals that you could not blink or else you missed something. Look for more of the same in Game 2.
NESN.com’s Mike Hurley joined Neil to talk about the Stanley Cup Final, the league’s discipline system, the Bruins’ chances, his love for Mark Recchi and my hatred for Boston sports.