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.
3yDennis Seidenberg is close to heading back to Germany for the duration of the NHL lockout.
3yBruins owners may have tried to lock up their young core -- Tyler Seguin, Brad Marchand and Milan Lucic -- because they know they'll only have to pay a percentage of their new salaries after the lockout.
3yCam Neely says the Bruins aren't planning on any layoffs during the NHL lockout.
3yDavid Krejci may be headed back to the Czech Republic while the NHL is locked out.
3yThe Bruins held a lockout practice at Harvard University, but the media wasn't allowed to watch.
3yIn today's links, some really fine -- and passionate -- looks into what's going on in the NHL labor situation.
3yThe NHL has made its plea directly to the fans on the first official day of the lockout by posting a message on all 30 of their team websites across the NHL.