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Bruins Fall To Calgary Ending Rask’s Impressive Run

For the second and final time, this season, the Boston Bruins and the Calgary Flames meet Tuesday night as Jaroslav Halak was honored pregame for appearing in 500 NHL games. Par Lindholm also reached his own milestone as the Swedish native appeared in his 100th career NHL game.The The Bruins got off to a slow start as Calgary struck first courtesy of Matthew...

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As the deadline has come and gone, the only regret Sweeney might have is letting Dillon go to DC

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

Now that the NHL trade deadline has passed the second part of the silly season begins.  Now the talking heads from Thunder Bay to Tampa Bay will begin to give their “report cards” of the winners and loser when it comes to deals that were done – and more times than not, weren’t done...

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Coleman to the Lightning might just cost the Bruins in more ways than one with the trade deadline a week away

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

With the NHL’s trade deadline just a week away hockey’s silly season is about to get even goofier.

The Bruins primary competition for the Atlantic Division title – not to mention the hottest team on the planet and seemingly unbeatable since just before Christmas – the Tampa Bay...

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Pasta Sets New Career High With Hat Trick, B’s Top Habs

BOSTON, Ma-- The Bruins hosted their arch-rival Montreal Canadiens Wednesday night in an original-six matchup that dominated by David Pastrnak and controlled by Boston the entire way.

The Bruins have dominated the Habs throughout many of the previous matchups, winning 11 of the last 14 games, and nothing changed Wednesday night as Boston would control every aspect of the game,...

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