Brad Marchand's nine goals in the last nine games has kept the Bruins offensive afloat.
It doesn't matter to the Bruins that Saturday night's win against the Sabres wasn't a pretty one. A win is a win.
Brad Marchand draws a penalty shot in overtime and then buries a backhander for the 2-1 win over the Sabres.
1dIt appears Tuukka Rask will make his third consecutive start tonight in goal as the Bruins wrap up their home-and-home with the Sabres at TD Garden.
1dCSNNE.com Bruins Insider Joe Haggerty takes his daily, link-filled trip around the NHL.
2dIn the latest installment of the Great American Hockey Show podcast, we talk witih former NHL forward and current New Jersey Devils assistant GM Tom Fitzgerald.
2dAfter leading the NHL in power-play efficiency all season, the Bruins have run into a dry spell with a man-advantage lately.
2d"It’s about staying even-keeled, and realizing it’s a sprint and not a marathon,” said Brad Marchand of the Bruins up-and-down season.
2dJoonas Kemppainen has had a tough time getting untracked offensively and will get some much-needed playing time with the P-Bruins.
2dZdeno Chara, Loui Eriksson, David Krejci, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron all skip the on-ice portion of Bruins practice.