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Blue Jackets, Maple Leafs go home facing elimination
A year after Mike Babcock told arena staffers in Washington he'd see them a few days later for Game 7, John Tortorella claimed his Blue Jackets would be back after winning Game 6 back in Columbus. Now the trick is doing what Babcock's Toronto Maple Leafs couldn't last year: stave off elimination fro
2018 NHL playoffs TV schedule: Bracket, scores, series results, odds for Stanley Cup
So what side should you back? And where does the value lie? Visit SportsLine to get NHL odds and picks for every Stanley Cup Playoff game, all from the advanced computer model on a red-hot 21-8 NHL run. How's your playoff beard looking? Good? Great, because, let's be honest, the Stanley Cup playoff
Bruins' Patrice Bergeron returns for pivotal Game 5 vs. Maple Leafs
"It speaks a lot to both the depth that we have and guys always find a way to step up," he said. "It's something we've been through many times this year, so I was definitely confident. But, at the same time, you're always a lot nervous when you're not playing."
Boston Bruins: Brad Marchand is The Dark Knight of Boston
Brad Marchand is viewed as a villain in every hockey town, except one, Boston. In this town, the little ball of hate is a hero. As someone who has admired Brad Marchand since he broke into the NHL with the Bruins in 2010, I was a little hesitant when I received a text containing the Player's Tribune
Toronto fans not impressed with refs at Maple Leaf Square
Back at Maple Leafs Square, a pair of gentlemen arrived dressed as NHL referees. The two guys did not stop there, however. The pair of stripe-clad lads showed that they were also the ones making the calls on Saturday night.
Leafs vs Bruins Game 5 Preview: Win Or Go Home
Here we are. Leafs win, they get a Game 6, Leafs lose, season's over. The Leafs can't win three games in one night; as much as it's a cliche, all they can do is focus on trying to get one and maybe giving Boston some anxious feelings. That's how it starts. Zach Hyman - Auston Matthews - William Nyla
Please, NHL: Stop throwing players out of every other faceoff
Sure, there are rules to follow. But maybe loosen them up a little bit. Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports It's been like clockwork in this series. There's a stoppage in play. The Bruins make their line change. The Leafs make their line change. The teams get set for a faceoff. Players approach the dot. W
Line matching for fun and profit: how the Leafs beat the Bruins in Game Three
This is not the matchup you want outside of the faceoff circle. Now that the euphoria of beating the Boston Bruins, long may their names live in infamy, has faded, we can take a step back and look at Game Three vs Game Two and see what actually changed. Game One had too much going wrong in the net t
Bruins to play 8pm game on Saturday
Nothing surprising here. The options for Saturday otherwise at the primetime slot were Blue Jackets-Capitals and Lightning-Devils. Nothing against either of those matchups, but Boston-Toronto is the premier matchup of those three. Who's excited for another game at TD Garden? Nothing surprising here.
Home sweet home - Leafs beat Bruins 4-2
Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports I'm in a shitty mood anyway so if the Leafs can't pull out a win tonight, this recap will either get very entertaining or very boring for readers. To spackle over the newest hole in our lineup, Dominic Moore draws in at 4C. Much has been opined over this already. If th
How can Maple Leafs turn things around vs. Bruins?
Thingsseem pretty dire right nowfor the Maple Leafs as the series shifts to Toronto for Game 3 tonight, as suspensions, injuries, and struggles seem to thrustTomas Plekanecin a role just about anyone not named Tomas Plekanec was expecting him to land.
Riley Nash expected back in Bruins lineup Monday
Boston Bruins center Riley Nash is likely to make his return to the lineup Monday as the first-round series shifts to Toronto for Game 3. "He'll take warm-up," Bruins coach Bruce Cassidy said. "We'll plan on him playing. We know there will be some rust, but once they're clear to go they'll get all t
Playoff Pasta shirts have arrived
After Saturday night’s game, it seemed like the entire hockey world was buzzing aboutDavid Pastrnak.Turns out our friends at BreakingT were buzzing about him too, as they reached out to us to do another shirt collaboration.BEHOLD:IT IS BEAUTIFUL.After the success we saw with the original“Listen to N
Bruins vs. Maple Leafs GAME 3 PREVIEW 4/16/18
Two lopsided victories have theBruinsriding high, especially after the absolute ass-kicking that Boston put down on the Leafs defense in Game 2. Expect the Leafs to be desperate, and shooting on every shot that seems even slightly dangerous. They’re on home turf and have the last change now, so line
Highlights: Bruins take Game 2 in convincing fashion
After speculation throughout the day, Ryan Donato was confirmed in as Tommy Wingels was still dealing with the aftermath of the Kadri hit that landed him in a 3 game Playoff timeout. The lineup remained unchanged otherwise for the Black and Gold heading into their 2nd match up.1st Period: Rene follo
Playoffs? As goes David Krejci, so go the Bruins
The #2 center is the engine behind much of the Bruins' success, or the reason for many of their failures. Bob DeChiara-USA TODAY Sports (This post was written by a contributor, Al Saniuk. Follow Al on Twitter: @prideandpower1) David Krejci is a perfectly adequate second-line center in the NHL. He's
Leafs fans branded the Bruins as a one-line team. They were wrong.
Leafs fans are some of the most passionate, diehard fans in the entire NHL. Generally, they're great fans. But like every fanbase, they have people that seem to not know what they’re talking about.
RANK 'EM: Bruins beat Toronto in Game 1, 5-1
What a game! After a tense first period, the Bruins built a lead in the second and didn't look back in the third. What a game! After a tense first period, the Bruins built a lead in the second and didn't look back in the third.
Bruins' Donato, Predators' Tolvanen begin playoffs as scratches
Hype won't always protect you from being a healthy scratch. When it comes to some prominent late-season additions to potential Stanley Cup contenders, a spot in the lineup isn't guaranteed. That's something Ryan Donato is experiencing with the Boston Bruins, and the same can be said of prized Nashvi
Having trouble getting excited for playoff hockey? Got a pulse? Get HYPED with your fellow Bruins fans!
We've collected a smattering of fan-created hype videos, and hope that you're as excited as these fans for PLAYOFF HOCKEY! Hug it out later. It's heart-rate time. Get yourself warmed up with last year's team vid: Toasty yet? Here's the latest playoff clip from the Bruins: Take a quick break from thi