Brad Marchand draws a penalty shot in overtime and then buries a backhander for the 2-1 win over the Sabres.
The Washington Capitals remain on top of the heap while others, such as the Bruins at 10th, get their playoff drives in working order.
Talented 19-year-old David Pastrnak continues to sit late in games. What can he do to earn trust? "Be smarter probably," he says.
1dZdeno Chara, Loui Eriksson, David Krejci, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron all skip the on-ice portion of Bruins practice.
1dTorey Krug, one of the Bruins' offensive weapons on defense, hasn't scored a goal in 25 games. But as long as Boston wins, he's happy.
1dIt's frightening to think where the B's would be without Brad Marchand, who continues his superlative season with a highlight-reel goal.
1dBruins forward Brad Marchand takes the puck in his own zone and weaves in and out of Buffalo defenders to snipe a beautiful goal in Thursday night's win.
1dEx-Bruin defenseman Dennis Wideman is 'really disappointed' with the length of his suspension -- 20 games -- for hitting linesman Don Henderson.
2dIt isn’t a dominant win or an especially pretty two points, but the Bruins put on the work boots and roll up their sleeves for a workmanlike 3-2 shootout win over the Sabres
2dMike Milbury plays a game of ‘Finish my thought’ where he discusses the struggling Montreal Canadiens, Dennis Wideman and the NHL All-Star Game.