Bruins Snap Out Of It, Huge Win Over Dallas: Onto New York Islanders.


The Boston Bruins snap out of a two game losing streak by getting the win over the Dallas Stars. The Bruins went on to win 4-3 in regulation and Jaroslav Halak faced 34 shots and saved 31 of them picking up his 17th win of the season.

David Pastrnak picked up his 46th goal of the season, and to help the Bruins win goals from Brad Marchand, Charlie Coyle, and new Bruin Nick Ritchie helped the cause.

The Boston Bruins head back on the road to Brooklyn to face the New York Islanders. The Islanders in their last 10 games have went 4-4-2 and are currently in a two game losing streak.

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Tuukka, Rask- GAA 2.22 / SV%.926 (23W/ 7L/ 6OTL)

New York (I)– Semyon, Varlamov- GAA 2.51 / SV%.918 (19W/ 12L/ 5OTL)

Today’s Game: 1PM- Barclays, Center- Brooklyn, New York

Next Game: Tampa Bay Lightning- 7PM (3/3)- Amalie Arena- Tampa Bay, Florida.

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Bruins Fall In A Losing Streak: Dallas Stars Come To Town


The Boston Bruins lost last Tuesday night to the Calgary Flames 5-2 in regulation. This is the second straight lost for the Boston Bruins and while still leading the Atlantic Division, the Tampa Bay Lightning aren’t you far behind.

The Bruins will host the Dallas Stars (37-20-6) tonight at the TD Garden. The Dallas Stars on a two game winning streak as they defeated the Chicago Blackhawks and Carolina Hurricanes. The Stars are just 7-2-1 in their last two games.

With the NHL in a bit of a tight spot, the league looks to possibly getting rid of the emergency goalie policy. Just recently, Toronto Maple Leafs zamboni driver David Ayres (42) was needed to goal tend for the Carolina Hurricanes and ended up winning. Why does the NHL frown upon this?

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Jaroslav, Halak- GAA 2.42 / SV%.918 (16W/ 6L/ 6OTL)

Dallas-Ben, Bishop- GAA 2.45 / SV%.922 (21W/ 13L/ 4OTL)

Tonight’s Game: 7:30PM- TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

Next Game: New York (I)- Saturday (2/29)- 1PM- Barclays Center- Brooklyn, New York

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Trade Deadline Has Come And Gone, New Faces For The Boston Bruins. Hosting Calgary Flames Tonight


The Boston Bruins got dominated by the Vancouver Canucks 9-3 in regulation. Despite the Bruins losing, David Pastrnak notches two more goals to his list to make it 45 and remains leading the NHL. Perhaps one of the worst games played this season, hopefully the Bruins can bounce back at home.

The Bruins will host the Calgary Flames tonight at the TD Garden. The last time these two teams have played was just last Friday so less than a week ago. The Boston Bruins went on to defeat the Flames 4-3.

With the trade deadline over with some new faces on the team include a couple Anaheim Ducks. The Boston Bruins added Nick Ritchie and Ondrej Kase from the Ducks and in return gave them Prospect Axel Anderson, David Backes, Danton Heinen, and a 2020 Draft Pick. Both trades were separate transactions and Don Sweeney is relieved of not going over the salary cap.

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Tuukka, Rask- GAA 2.17 / SV%.928 (23W/ 6L/ 6OTL)

Calgary– David, Rittich- GAA 2.91 / SV%.908 (23W/ 15L/ 5OTL)

Tonight’s Game: 7PM- TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

Next Game: Dallas Stars- 7PM- TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

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Bruins Dominating In Canada. Continue Hot Streak In Vancouver


The Boston Bruins continue to stay hot on the road as they come out of Calgary is a hard fought battle. The Bruins beat the Flames 4-3 in regulation but it was not easy as most of the goals scored came from the 1st period.

Four goals scored for the Bruins came off of the sticks of three different players (Patrice Bergeron x2, Brad Marchand, and Charlie Coyle. As the Bruins stay hot it seems to help them continue their motivation and momentum.

The Bruins will travel to Vancouver to take on the Canucks. The last time these two teams have met, the Bruins went on to win 4-0. Let’s see if they can do that again.

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Tuukka, Rask- GAA 2.04 / SV%.932 (23W/ 5L/ 6OTL)

Vancouver– Jakob, Markstrom- GAA 2.74 / SV%.918 (22W/ 16L/ 4OTL)

Tonight’s Game: 10PM- Rogers Arena- Vancouver, Canada

Next Game: Calgary Flames- 7PM- TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

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Bruins Continue Road Trip On A Hot Streak: Calgary Flames Tonight


The Boston Bruins ended up winning in overtime against the Edmonton Oilers, with the winning goal coming off of the stick of David Pastrnak. On top of the winning goal, the first goal scored for the Bruins came from Patrice Bergeron.

With David Backes not being in the line up and just remaining on the bench it seems that he has found a new home. The Boston Bruins today traded the veteran winger, Prospect Axel Anderson, and a 2020 First Round Draft pick for Anaheim Ducks Ondrej Kase.

Ondrej Kase brings to the Bruins 7 Goals and 16 Assists. Ondrej has experienced some illness as he was listed day to day. He won’t be making the trip with his new Boston team but I’m sure he will make his appearance in no time.

The Bruins head to Calgary to continue their road trip in Canada. The Flames are coming off of a one game win compared to the Bruins who have won four straight and have dominated their last ten games (9-1-0).

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Tuukka, Rask: GAA 2.04 / SV%.932 (23W/ 5L/ 6OTL)

Calgary– Cam, Talbot: GAA 2.77 / SV%.917 (9W/ 9L/ 1OTL)

Tonight’s Game: 9PM- Sciotabank Saddledome- Calgary, Canada

Next Game: Vancouver Canucks- 10PM- Rogers Arena- Vancouver, Canada

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Boston Takes Mini Winning Streak On A Road Trip: Edmonton To Face The Oilers.


The Boston Bruins continue their winning streak by domination the New York Rangers in regulation. Goals from Patrice Bergeron, Charlie Coyle, and Charlie McAovy secured the third straight win, along with Jarolslav Halak only allowing one goal.

The Bruins (37-11-12) will travel to Edmonton, Canada to face the Oilers (32-21-6). The last time these two teams met was at the beginning of the year, and the Oilers absolutely dominated by taking down the Bruins 4-1 in regulation. As both teams are coming off of a win (Bruins Over Rangers / Oilers over Hurricanes) only one team will keep their streak alive.

The Boston Bruins have been doing a great job with scoring, and playing great offense. They have turned their season around and it may have been a roller coaster so far but right now they remain on the top.

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Tuukka, Rask- GAA 2.08 / SV%.931 (22W/ 5L/ 6OTL)

Edmonton– Mike, Smith- GAA 2.93 / SV%.904 (16W/ 10L/ 4OTL)

Tonight’s Game: 8:30PM- Rogers Place- Edmonton, Canada

Next Game: Calgary Flames-February, 21st (Friday)- 9PM- Sciotabank Saddledome

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Boston Gets Revenge Over Detroit: Original Six Match-Up, New York Rangers


The Boston Bruins get their revenge over the Detroit Red Wings in regulation as they went on to win 4-1. The Bruins really got the monkey off their back getting this win only because the Red Wings went on to get the victory last Sunday.

The Bruins make the trip to New York City to face the New York Rangers (30-23-4). The last time these two teams have faced off was back in last year (11/29) where the Bruins came out on top in overtime 3-2. The Rangers are coming into the face off with a four game wining streak, as the Bruins are coming in with only two.

As far as leading the league, for the first time this season David Pastrnak shares the top of goals with Toronto Maple Leafs, Auston Matthews. Both players are tied at 42 goals. On top of goals scored what about the other end of the ice? Tuukka Rask currently leads the NHL with a Goals Against Average of 2.08 and a Save Percentage of .931.

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Jaroslav, Halak- GAA 2.36 / SV%.921 (14W/ 6L/ 6OTL)

New York (R)– Alexander, Georgiev- GAA 3.02 / SV%.911 (14W/ 11L/ 1OTL)

Today’s Game: 3:30PM- Madison Square Garden- New York City, New York

Next game: Edmonton Oilers- February, 19th- 8:30PM

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Dominate Performance Over Montreal, Another Match-Up With Detroit.


The Boston Bruins (35-11-12) took own the Montreal Canadiens (27-26-7) in regulation. The highlight of that game was David Pastrnak getting the hat-trick. For Pastrnak it was his 4th of the season an his 8th in his career. On top of Pastrnak’s three goals, Patrice Bergeron scored one of his own, Brad Marchand earned two assists, an Sean Kuraly getting an assist.

The last time the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings (14-41-4) faced off it don’t go as planned for the Bruins. The top team in the Atlantic (Boston), lost to the worst team in the NHL (Detroit). As far as sports betting I am almost positive there was some money lost. Let’s hope after some serious studying the Boston Bruins can figure out how to beat them this time.

Jeremy Lauzon looks to remain a Boston Bruins after signing a two-year contract that is worth about $1.7 Million. The young defenseman will be coming off of a two game suspension for a gnarly hit on Derek Stephan. With Lauzon signed, the Bruins have Matthew Grzelcyk, Jake DeBrusk, Karson Kuhlman and Anders Bjork among the remaining RFAs this summer.

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Tuukka, Rask- GAA 2.11 / SV%.930 (21W/ 5L/ 6OTL)

Detroit– Jonathan, Bernier- GAA 2.87 / SV%.908 (12W/ 16L/ 2OTL)

Today’s Game: 1PM-TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

Next Game: New York Rangers- 3:30PM- Madison Square Garden- New York City, New York

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Bruins Lost To Red Wings. Boston Hosts Montreal Canadiens For Rivalry Match Up


The Boston Bruins six game winning streak comes to a haunt after losing to the Detroit Red Wings in regulation. Jaroslav Halak was meant to be in the net, but was considered a late scratch.

Halak apparently was not feeling well the day of the game and was then placed on the bench as a back up. With Halak out, Tuukka Rask did not have a very good day off. The goaltender went on to lose only stopping 17 of the 19 shots that Detroit displayed.

The Boston Bruins (34-11-12) will host a Wednesday rivalry at the TD Garden against the Montreal Canadiens (27-24-7). The last time these two teams have met was back in December of last year. The Bruins went on to win 3-1.

With the trade deadline right around the counter, anything is possible. As far as David Backes, being the veteran wing could be a good bargaining chip. A while back David Backes was not sent down to Providence but he was benched. So with the winger wanting to play in the NHL still and has potential the Boston Bruins could make a big time trade.

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Tuukka, Rask- GAA 2.14 / SV%.929 (20W/ 5L/ 6OTL)

Montreal– Carey, Price- GAA 2.70 / SV%.913 (24W/ 19L/ 4OTL)

Tonight’s Game: 7:30PM- TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

Next Game: Detroit Red Wings- February 15th- 1PM- TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

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Bruins Dominate: Take Six Game Winning Streak To Detroit


The Boston Bruins gain the sixth straight victory over the Arizona Coyotes in regulation. Goals were scored by Patrice Bergeron, Jake Debrusk, and two goals for Charlie Coyle. Tuukka Rask went on to get 29 saves on 31 shots.

The Bruins head to motor city to face the Detroit Red Wings (13-39-4). The Red Wings have played their worst season in a number of years. With their anchor at the bottom of the Atlantic Division the only have 30 points.

With Brandon Carlo out of yesterday’s line up against the coyotes, he is set to return today after going through some family matters. With Carlo returning, John Moore will be sidelined.

Starting Goalies:

Boston– Jaroslav, Halak- GAA 2.36 / SV%.921 (14W/ 6L/ 6OTL)

Detroit– Bernier, Jonathan- GAA 2.89 / SV%.908 (11W/ 14L/ 2OTL)

Today’s Game: 12:30PM- Little Caesar’s Arena- Detroit, Michigan

Next Game: Montreal Canadiens-February 12th (Wednesday)- 7:30PM- TD Garden- Boston, Mass.

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