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BOSTON – The Bruins have known their opponent would be the Detroit Red Wings since last weekend, but they’ll finally get to take the ice Friday night as the last two teams to jump into the Stanley Cup playoffs. That’s given both sides plenty of time to measure strengths and weaknesses, and start getting a feel for Original Six teams that didn’t play each other all that often prior to this season.
The Bruins have a long history of success with six Stanley Cups championships, most recently in 2010-11. Heading into the 2014 NHL Playoffs, the Boston Bruins are favored by Las Vegas to win their seventh. While that’s good news for Bruins fans looking to root from home, it’s bad news [...]
Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals between the Bruins and the Red Wings was a case of missed opportunities for the home team, as the B's fell to the Detroit at the TD Garden 1-0.
The Bruins will take advantage of the favorites beating each other up in the West to roll to another Stanley Cup championship, Scott Burnside writes.
The Boston Bruins won the Presidents' Trophy by leading the NHL with 117 points. ''I heard about 40 percent of the series are upsets in the first round,'' Boston coach Claude Julien said. So that certainly makes that first round a challenge.'' That begins for top-seeded Boston on Friday night against eighth-seeded Detroit. The Red Wings had 24 fewer points in the regular season but went 3-1 ...
For Boston Bruins center Patrice Bergeron, the 2014 Olympics were about more than winning a second gold medal with Canada. The Sochi Games were a confidence boost that he harnessed when he returned to perhaps the best of his 10 NHL seasons. The top-seeded Bruins need Bergeron to maintain his outstanding play when they face the eighth-seeded Detroit Red Wings in their first-round playoff series ...
BOSTON (AP) The Boston Bruins won the Presidents' Trophy by leading the NHL with 117 points.
The Boston Bruins began the Stanley Cup playoffs without forwards Daniel Paille and Chris Kelly and defensemen Kevan Miller and Matt Bartkowski.
Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals between the Bruins and the Red Wings was a case of missed opportunities for the home team, as the Bruins fell to the Red Wings at the TD Garden 1-0.
The West is best, or so we’ve been told all season. And the Western Conference is indeed chock full of strong, heavy teams.
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