They didn’t win a single game of the round-robin. However, in their last game against the Washingyon Capitals, the Boston Bruins seemed to have more energy, more compete than they had had in either of their last 2 games. So, there’s hope that when the B’s play their first official playoff game, they will kick themselves into that extra gear. They better find it quickly as they will be facing the Carolina Hurricanes starting on Tuesday night. Continue reading →
The Bruins Twitter was silent yesterday. No word of practice lines, no interviews, no further commentary on the game of the previous day. Maybe everyone took a day off in the bubble. Continue reading →
Intellectually, I know that this is still the same Bruins team that reached 100 points before the break and won the President’s Cup. I know this is the same team that downright dominated the league, had a couple of valleys of poor play, but bounced back seemingly stronger than ever. However, what I’ve seen on the ice in Toronto just looks like a different team who has lost each of their three contests. Continue reading →
It looks like Bruce Cassidy has decided to change things up. This is a good idea.
Given that the team has scored a whole 2 goals in 2 games in the bubble, it’s time to try something new. Now that trade dealine acquisitions and former Ducks’ teammates Ondrej Kase and Nick Ritchie are back at practice and cleared to play, let’s see if they can do something to get the B’s on the scoreboard. Continue reading →
If you were wondering why Tuukka Rask played on Thursday but was absent from practices prior to the game on Sunday along with that game, Tuukka has the answer for you: he had a cough, one of the many symptoms that can be associated with the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. Since the NHL has been rigorous in their approach in making sure that no one contracts the disease nor tests positive for it, Tuukka Rask was held out. Continue reading →