After an embarrassing 9-2 blowout by the Kings, It’s time to realize these Bruins can’t be held to the same standard as their predecessors. They’re simply not that good.
The Bruins want to be hospitable in welcoming Milan Lucic back, but fans headed for the exits early as the B's drop a 9-2 blowout loss to the Kings.
While other players ended up with worse numbers, Kevan Miller’s foibles early in the game really helped doom the Black and Gold.
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3yDaniel Paille will not make the trip with the Bruins to Toronto after a high stick caught him up around the eye against the Sabres.
3yThe third line had gone through some struggles leading up to the Sabres game, but Rich Peverley and co. broke through with an impressive goal.
3yThe Bruins have suited up for work after getting hammered on the ice and on the scoreboard by the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night, and as expected some bodies are missing for the Black and Gold.
3yWith 13.6 seconds left in the Bruins-Sabres game, with Buffalo leading by three goals, Sabres coach Lindy Ruff called a timeout. That, according to Brad Marchand, was "disrespectful".
3yProvidence Bruins forward Jamie Tardif was called up to the B's after a few guys on their team were banged up during the Sabres game.
3yHere's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy andor interesting tidbits -- for Friday, February 1.