Monthly Archives: December 2008

Happy New Year

And if it keeps going for the Boston Bruins like it has been, it will be a very good year. After win streaks of four, five, and four again, the B’s have won seven in a row including the first … Continue reading

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Bruins take to the road after 4-2 win over the Hurricanes

David Krecji put the Bruins ahead for the first time in at 3:54 of the third period on a nifty backhand pass from Vladamir Sobotka. Shawn Thornton gave the Bruins the insurance that they would need at 11:54 with an … Continue reading

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Tempered Second Period

The Bruins tied it twice in the second period…but one was hit with a Phil Kessel high stick for no goal. The second was set up by Kessel and Milan lucic with Marc Savard holding and holding to get Cam … Continue reading

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First Period

Bruins had a sleepy start to this afternoon as they didn’t get their first shot on Cam Ward until 12 minutes were left in the period…and it was from 175 feet. In the meantime, a penalty to Milan Lucic on … Continue reading

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Snowy Saturday

After a thoroughly entertaining game on Thursday, albeit not one of Coach Julien’s favorites, This afternoon the Bruins take on the Carolina Hurricanes at the Garden.Manny Fernandez will be in goal against Cam Ward.Starting lineups:Carolina: Sergei Samsonov, Eric Staal, Jarko … Continue reading

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3rd Period

Well in the words of their coach, “they did get a little cute” after they got the lead. The Lightning did get two late third period goals to put just a scare into them before PJ Axelsson salted the victory … Continue reading

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Period Number Two

Lots of action in the second period. the B’s still have a three goal lead.  PJ Axelsson was taken down on a shorthanded breakaway and awarded a penalty shot.  He too the long circuitous route before having his backhander stopped … Continue reading

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