Boston Bruins News
4-4-16: On Friday, David Krejci scored two goals and had two assists, as he led the Bruins to a 6-5 victory over the Blues in St. Louis. In addition, Boston killed all five of its penalties in the win. Then on Sunday, the Bruins finished their four-game road trip in Chicago. Patrice Bergeron tallied three points, but Tuukka Rask struggled in the 6-4 loss.
3-23-16: The West Coast did not treat the Bruins well, as they fell in San Jose, Anaheim and Los Angeles. Last Tuesday, Boston’s four-game road winning streak ended against the Sharks. David Krejci scored a goal and had an assist in the 3-2 loss in San Jose. The Bruins’ four-game road trip ends at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday.
3-3-16: Sitting in a close third with 18 games remaining, the Bruins are looking forward to their first postseason berth 2014. With eight games remaining at TD Garden this season, the average price for Boston Bruins tickets is $156.69 on the secondary market.
2-23-16: On Sunday, the Panthers stopped with all the shootout business and won in regulation. Roberto Luongo bounced back from a bad stretch in net to save 29 of the Winnipeg Jets’ 30 shots in the Panthers’ 3-1 victory. With the win, Florida remained in first place in the Atlantic Division with the division’s best goal differential.
2-17-16: Although Tuesday night marked the first contest in February that Brad Marchand did not score, the Bruins won their third straight contest that went past regulation. Loui Eriksson scored the game-winning goal that pushed Boston to the 2-1 victory in Columbus. Patrice Bergeron, who scored on Tuesday, and Adam McQuaid both returned to action in the win.
2-10-16: Early in Tuesday’s contest, Brad Marchand scored his 10th goal in the last 10 games, but Boston scored just once more the rest of the night. Tyler Randell’s fifth goal of the season came in the third period, about one minute after Milan Lucic’s first goal against his former team. Lucic’s goal was the Los Angeles Kings’ seventh score of the night. The blowout loss ended in the Bruins giving up the most goals (nine) and shots (57) of any NHL team this season.
2-1-16: The Bruins’ rollercoaster season has been leveling out recently, as they have scored at least two goals in each of their last eight games. Although backup goalie Jonas Gustavsson has won each of his last three games, starter Tuukka Rask has lost two of his last three starts. Rask looks to right the ship on Tuesday against the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs.
1-28-16: A mediocre first half has placed the Bruins in fourth place in the Atlantic division entering the All-Star break. The team has gone 26-18-5 over 49 games this season, though sit just one point behind the Red Wings and Lightning, who are tied for second place with 58 points. With 15 games remaining at TD Garden this season the average price for Boston Bruins tickets is $155.55 on the secondary market.
1-19-16: The Bruins remain in the middle of the pack in the Atlantic division, collecting 51 points over their first 44 games this season. They'll play 18 more games at TD Garden this season, and over that time the average price for Boston Bruins tickets on the secondary market is $157.41.
1-12-16: One period separated the Bruins from defeating the Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Monday night, but the Blueshirts were able to pull out a late-game victory to secure a 2-1 win. The Bruins now head to Philadelphia to play the Flyers on Wednesday and finish up a five-game road trip in Buffalo on Friday. Over the 19 games remaining at TD Garden this season the average price for Boston Bruins tickets is $162.93 on the secondary market.
1-6-16: The Boston Bruins are still looking for their first January win, losing the Winter Classic to the Montreal Canadiens and following it up with a loss to the Washington Capitals. They begin a five-game road trip on Friday against the New Jersey Devils and play the following night against the Ottawa Senators.