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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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Talk of Sweeney sending a second round pick to Montreal for Kovalchuk is just plain silly

By Kevin Flanagan

BSD Senior Staff Writer

Heading towards the NHL trade deadline on February 24th – just over two weeks away – general manager Don Sweeney’s Bruins have been associated with several possible trade targets as the current league-leading club in points looks to make another run at the Stanley Cup this spring.

The Rangers’ Chris...

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Krejci’s revival could pay dividends for the Bruins in both the short and long term

By Kevin Flanagan BSD Bruins Senior Staff Writer For the second year in a row, the Bruins have been racked by injuries to key players across their lineup.  And, once again, it seems as if they have been able to dodge several bullets – although it would be difficult to match the unexpected growth spurt they saw from unproven players like Jake DeBrusk, Danton Heinen, and Matt...
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