Tag Archives: Boston Bruins

Jordan Binnington: The Savior of St. Louis

Givanni Damico | June 16th, 2019

After getting off to a 9-13-4 start through 26 games, there were not high hopes for the Blues to make a postseason run. The offense was struggling to put the puck in the net, and Jake Allen was an inconsistent nightmare in the crease. Vladimir Tarasenko uncharacteristically recorded just 24 points in the first 40 games of the season. The Blues had high hopes going into the season after acquiring Ryan O’Reilly from the Buffalo Sabres as well as signing veteran winger Tyler Bozak. They had the pieces for a great season, but it all started at the top.

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Stanley Cup Final Game 3 Review


Carson Babbini | May 30th, 2019

After the St. Louis Blues dominated Game 2, the hockey world was interested to see how the Boston Bruins would respond. They sent a message tonight in an offensive Game 3 from the Bruins. Let’s take a look back at an interesting Game 3.

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Stanley Cup Final Game 1 Review

Carson Babbini | May 28th, 2019

What a start to the 2019 Stanley Cup Finals tonight. The hockey world experienced game 1 of the series tonight, and it was a very back and forth game. After an exciting Game 1 win for the Bruins, let’s take a look back at the game itself, what each team can take away, and where the series could go from here.

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Boston Bruins 2018-19 Season Review

Jeremy Guerin | April 8th, 2019

Much like last season, the Boston Bruins started the season with a multitude of question marks. After losing Riley Nash, Rick Nash, Anton Khudobin, Nick Holden, and Tim Schaller in the offseason, the Bruins replaced them with Joakim Nordstrom, Jaroslav Halak, Chris Wagner, and John Moore. This meant that not only would young players be expected to pick up the slack; veterans would also have to carry the load at times this season. Continue reading