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Bruins prospect Malcolm Subban suffers fractured larynx after taking puck to throat

Boston Bruins prospect Malcolm Subban was taken to the hospital Saturday, after taking a puck to the throat while playing for the Providence Bruins in a game verse the Portland Pirates. Subban reportedly stayed in the hospital overnight for precautionary reasons, and the club released a statement saying the former first-round pick was diagnosed with a fractured larynx and is out...
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Milan Lucic Pens Thank You Letter To Bruins Fans Ahead Of Return To Boston

Milan Lucic will return to his old stomping grounds Tuesday for the first since since he swapped the Boston Bruins’ black and gold for the black and silver of the Los Angeles Kings. The power forward was adored during his eight seasons in Boston, and he published a piece for The Players’ Tribune on the eve of his first game back at TD Garden detailing just how much his time...
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Bruins prospect Subban stable after fracturing larynx

BOSTON (AP) Boston Bruins prospect Malcolm Subban is in stable condition after fracturing his larynx during an American Hockey League game on Saturday. The Bruins say in a statement on their website Sunday that the goalie was transported to Maine Medical Center and stayed there overnight after being struck in the throat with a puck during warmups before Providence's game against...
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Bruins’ Malcolm Subban Diagnosed With Fractured Larynx, Out Indefinitely

The Boston Bruins on Sunday offered an update on goaltending prospect Malcolm Subban, who was hospitalized one night earlier after suffering a throat injury during warmups before the Providence Bruins’ game against the Portland Pirates. “Malcolm Subban was struck in the throat with a puck Saturday night during pregame warmups,” the team’s release read. “He was transported...
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Boston Bruins: Prospect Report 2/7

It’s Super Bowl Sunday but don’t forgot to fulfill your hockey needs! Check out how some future Bruins are doing in their junior seasons!
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Marchand scores on penalty shot in OT, Bruins top Sabres 2-1

BOSTON (AP) Brad Marchand scored on a penalty shot midway through overtime to lift the Boston Bruins to a 2-1 win over the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night. Loui Eriksson also scored while the Bruins improved to 7-2-1 in their last 10 games. The Bruins beat Buffalo 3-2 in a shootout in the first of a home-and-home on Thursday night. Sam Reinhart scored for Buffalo. The Sabres have...
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Bruins Playoff Race: How Many Points Does Boston Need To Make Postseason? (Video)

The Boston Bruins fell just outside the playoff picture last season despite tallying 97 points. Almost a year later, will the same output suffice? NESN’s Dale Arnold and Billy Jaffe explored how the Bruins can find themselves in the playoffs this April on ” Big Bad Bruins Live,” using last season’s cutoff point as a baseline. With 60 points entering Saturday’s contest against...
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My Plea To Unrealistic Boston Bruins Fans

When you are tied for second place, you would think there would be a lot of optimism surrounding your team. But Boston Bruins fans apparently don't think that way this season...
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Brad Marchand Forgets He’s Brad Marchand, Scores Sick Goal

We like to put hockey players in a box. Johnny Gaudreau is small and shifty. John Scott is a goon. Brad Marchand is a pest who everybody hates. Well get ready to forget everything you know about hockey players and their narratives, because Brad Marchand will not work within the confines of the box you put him in. No seriously, check this out: It’s like Marchand went to one of...
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Ryan Spooner leads Bruins past Sabres 3-2 in shootout

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Ryan Spooner scored in regulation and the shootout to lead the Boston Bruins to a 3-2 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday night. Brad Marchand helped Boston erase a two-goal deficit, and Tuukka Rask made 31 saves in the win. Evander Kane and Sam Reinhart scored for the Sabres. Spooner had the lone goal in the shootout. Rask denied Brian Gionta, Kane and...
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Nazem Kadri lays HUGE blindside hit on Brad Marchand

The Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs have always been a fierce rivalry but in recent years it has been anything but competitive with the Bruins taking it to the Leafs as of late. So when the Leafs get a chance to take it to the Bruins, they are obviously going to do it. Nazem Kadri is the latest Leaf to lay the lumber on the Bruins. The victim? Brad Marchand. Many Leaf fans...
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Boston Bruins: coming out of the All-Star break

The stars have all returned home in the past few days and now it’s time to get serious once again. With 12 games the first night back after the All-Star break, almost every team will be in action tonight. One of those games is between the Boston Bruins and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Now that there are only 33 games left in their regular season, the Bruins will work to move out of...
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Boston Bruins honor Denna Laing in wonderful pregame ceremony

Denna Laing suffered a serious spinal cord injury during the women’s outdoor game on December 31, part of the Winter Classic festivities this season. Since her injury, the Bruins and the NHL have worked to help Laing and her family as she fights through her rehab and recovery. On Tuesday, the Bruins and Montreal Canadiens wore their Winter Classic jerseys in a game at the Bell...
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Denna Laing benefit auction sweaters receiving high bids

For a glimpse into the support that teams and fans are giving to Denna Laing, look no further than's "Auctions" section.Tuesday evening, the Boston Bruins and Montreal Canadiens wore outdoor game-themed jerseys in honor of the NWHL forward and said jerseys were autographed and put up for auction benefiting Laing with "100% of auction proceeds" going to her recovery and rehab...
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