The NHL's most historic rivals will step onto a bigger stage -- Gillette Stadium -- on New Year's Day for the 2015 Winter Classic.
While lamenting the departure of fellow Cup champs from 2011, Patrice Bergeron sounds excited about the altered Boston Bruins roster set to start training camp in September.
Joe Haggerty answers your questions in his newest Hagg Bag, and he says not to expect Cody Franson or Dustin Byfuglien in Boston anytime soon.
2yBoston picked up its 15th win of the season with its win against the Leafs; Boston is 7-1-1 in its last nine games.
2yIn today's Morning Skate: Dominic Moore opens up about losing his wife to cancer and the Toronto Maple Leafs toughness grabs the attention of the Bruins.
2yBack-to-back losses - especially in the manner in which they were lost in - have the Bruins doing some digging around for that killer instinct again.
2yAfter dropping two straight games, the Bruins will try to shake things up a bit for their match-up against the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at the Garden.
2yChris Bourque's time in Boston appears to be over rather quickly. After a slow start to the lockout shortened season, Bourque has been placed on waivers.
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2yThe Bruins had this game wrapped up. The problem? They told themselves that. Instead of continuing the attack, they let up, and let the Capitals take it from there.