The loser points will be valuable come March, but man, that was a tough week to stomach.
In the second of back-to-back games for both teams, fatigue might be a factor.
A return to their winning ways against Toronto will hopefully be a stepping stone towards facing league-leading Washington.
A much needed effort gets the B’s back in the win column heading into their game against the Washington Capitals!
An injury and a recall.
The defense and goaltending aren’t getting it done.
Tuukka wants all those goals back, sure, but the Bruins wilted in front of him during the third period.
Ah, to harken the good old days of gerrymandered hockey divisions.
Slowly, but surely, the Panthers are fighting their way into playoff contention. Boston started grasping for the playoff-style hockey with which they started the season, and is still trying to find it again.
After a comeback attempt turned into a shootout loss, the Bruins seek to right things at home before hitting the road to Toronto.
Welcome to Urhovember.
One up, one down on the weekend.
The B’s just couldn’t ice the cake late in regulation or in overtime, despite some finally stronger-looking play across the board.
If you have Monday off, this is a nice second Saturday evening for hockey!
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Hey, at least it’s not a matinee game!!
Philly has a few new looks up front, so we had better expect the B’s forward depth will be tested.
The 2014-2015 Blades dominated the CWHL. This year's team won a single game. Can we use them as a barometer for the future of expansion in Women's Hockey?
The unfortunate trend of sloppy play continues.
Hey, it worked out well last time...