The Bruins took care of business against the lowly Wild, despite missing Patrice Bergeron.
The Bruins win their second in a row on their six-game trip as David Krejci and Brad Marchand lead a 4-2 victory over the Minnesota Wild.
The Bruins’ six-game trip gets off to a winning start in Winnipeg. The rest of it may determine if they’re buyers, sellers or both.
3yHere's your wakeup call -- a combination of newsworthy andor interesting tidbits from around the world of sports -- for Friday, July 27
3yThe former Bruins goalie says on Facebook that he stands behind the embattled chain restaurant, whose president recently issued anti-gay statements.
3yCSNNE's Joe Haggerty suggests that a counter-move is coming sooner rather than later, and it might include creative ideas about revenue sharing.
3yBruins Insider Joe Haggerty takes us for a skate around the latest in the NHL.
3yThe Bruins have picked up a new ECHL affiliate in the Carolina Stingrays.
3yThe Bruins could be criticized for not going after a big name to make themselves better, but most teams in the East are standing pat.
3yThe Bruins don't look to make any more major moves until the season begins, according to B's GM Peter Chiarelli.