Milan Lucic Scores Controversial "Kicked" Goal

The above play by Boston's Milan Lucic was ruled no goal on the ice, as the referees determined that Lucic kicked the puck into the back of the net. But upon video replay that ruling was overturned, as it was ruled there was no "distinct" kicking motion from Lucic. NHL rules say that a goal should be disallowed… » 3/28/15 1:39pm Saturday 1:39pm

Bruins Rookie Follows "Adult Massage" Girls On Twitter Before Road Trip

David Pastrnak, a talented winger taken in the first round by Boston last summer, is already making an impact with the big club. The rookie has 15 points in 24 games since being recalled on Jan. 8, and has slotted in nicely in the Bruins' top six. He's also just 18 years old, and someone needs to show him how to find… » 3/10/15 10:01am 3/10/15 10:01am

Zdeno Chara Drops Cedric Paquette With One Punch

I went to go look up Cedric Paquette's height and weight, figuring a "Cedric Paquette is tiny. Zdeno Chara is 6'9", 255 pounds. The result when they fought was predictable." lede would be pretty good. Except I learned from Hockey Reference that Cedric Paquette is actually 6'1", 198 pounds: Zdeno Chara is just that… » 1/13/15 9:50pm 1/13/15 9:50pm

Former NHL Ref: Jack Edwards "Has No Credibility"

Notorious Bruins homer Jack Edwards was in rare form on Saturday night. If you missed it, the NESN broadcaster lost his shit after the puck hit the netting above the glass, play continued, and about 90 seconds later, the Blue Jackets scored. Edwards starts reaching core instability around the two-minute mark of the… » 12/29/14 2:34pm 12/29/14 2:34pm

Bruins Go Down 1-0 In First Period; Young Fan Loses All Sense Of Chill

This kid is apparently six years old, and that is an unsettling piece of information given the fact that he sounds like a nine-week-old baby when he gets upset. Anyway, he's mad because he's just watched his beloved Bruins go down 1-0 to the Leafs in the first period. » 11/13/14 2:44pm 11/13/14 2:44pm

Seth Griffith Scores Backwards, Through-The-Legs Wonder Goal

This is only the fourth goal in Boston Bruin Seth Griffith's young career, but he may never score a better one. Turned around by Devils defenseman Marek Zidlicky, Griffith still managed to get his stick on the puck and poke it into the goal. This came after Griffith blocked a shot on the other end, and carried the… » 11/10/14 10:19pm 11/10/14 10:19pm

Danny Briere Nets Game-Winner With 0.5 Seconds Left

It's early, but Colorado Avalanche center Danny Briere has already given us one of the craziest highlights of the year, swatting home a game-winning goal against the Bruins today with just milliseconds remaining on the clock. » 10/13/14 5:44pm 10/13/14 5:44pm

Mic'd Up Patrice Bergeron Is A Must For Hockey Fans

Every hockey player should wear a microphone at all times. These wonderful exchanges—between P.K. Subban and Patrice Bergeron, and between Bergeron and referee Dan O'Halloran—show how your penalty (or no-call) sausage is made. » 5/27/14 5:35pm 5/27/14 5:35pm

Boston Hockey Twitter: Not As Racist As Made Out To Be

After Montreal's P.K. Subban scored to beat Boston in game one of their series, there were two inescapable talking points: That the word "nigger" was trending in Boston (this was quickly debunked) and there had been 17,000 tweets containing the slur and Subban's name. Would it change your impression if you found out… » 5/23/14 1:42pm 5/23/14 1:42pm

Just Give Us The Habs And Bruins Every Year, Please

Consider me officially on-board with the NHL's new playoff format. Formerly, the second round was re-seeded based on regular season record, which may have been fairer, but paid no mind to familiarity or its cousin contempt. The new bracket format is designed to match up divisional rivals, and after just one… » 5/15/14 9:17am 5/15/14 9:17am

Milan Lucic Gets Heated In The Handshake Line After Game 7 Loss

We're not sure what Milan Lucic said to Dale Weise and Alexei Emelin in the handshake line after Boston's Game 7 loss to Montreal, but the conversation didn't look pleasant. » 5/14/14 11:46pm 5/14/14 11:46pm

Montreal has sold out the Bell Centre for tonight's Game 7. A game that's being played in Boston. 21,000-plus Canadiens fans have bought tickets, at 12 bucks a pop, to watch Habs-Bruins on the jumbotron. That's nuts. This series has been nuts. Tonight's going to be nuts. » 5/14/14 11:01am 5/14/14 11:01am

Shawn Thornton Fined For Spraying P.K. Subban With Water During Game

When Corey Perry filled Jeff Carter's glove with water during a break last week, it was cute. Shawn Thornton's spraying of Montreal's P.K. Subban last night was more dickish than cheeky, and he paid for it. » 5/11/14 11:50am 5/11/14 11:50am

The Habs Gave Away The Series In The Name Of Toughness

This was a game the Canadiens 100 percent needed to win, so of course they handed major and crucial minutes to the league's single worst defenseman—all in the pursuit of toughness, naturally—and watched as he gave the game away. » 5/09/14 11:27am 5/09/14 11:27am

What The Hell Happened With This Bruins Column?

Montreal beat Boston 4-2 last night to take a 2-1 series lead. But forget about that. Just read Joe Haggerty's column at CSN New England. Or, rather, read the cached version of the column posted at 2 a.m., about six hours before editors finally replaced it with something that isn't gibberish. » 5/07/14 9:30am 5/07/14 9:30am

Bruins Unimpressed By Carey Price's 48-Save Night

Normally, if you allow Boston to score three goals, you're not going to win. They feature the single best defensive forward, blueliner, and netminder in the league, with everyone else taking their cues from a style designed to strangle and frustrate. That style worked just as it was supposed to last night, the Bruins… » 5/02/14 9:17am 5/02/14 9:17am