As sports teams around North America continue to make statements on the current state of affairs in the United States, the Boston Bruins have joined the chorus.
The 2019-20 NHL regular season is officially in the books, with the Boston Bruins capturing three of the league’s major awards.
Zdeno Chara is back in Boston and the Bruins captain is ready to get back on the ice. And you won't hear him complain one bit about the NHL's new playoff format.
Cam Neely isn't too thrilled with the NHL's postseason format, but is confident the Bruins can win it all in 2020. And should his team win the Cup, he doesn't think there needs to be an asterisk ...
Tuukka Rask and David Pastrnak will need to make room for some new hardware.
The NHL plans to come back. Will it happen? We'll see. But if it does, here's what the recently announced plan will mean for the Boston Bruins.
Whether the NHL is coming back soon or not at all, we'll be getting an update on Tuesday afternoon.
Professional sports leagues remain a long way from returning in full, but the NHL is planning its next step forward.
Here's one sports guy's confidence rating in how likely we are to see the return of each major sports league in North America in 2020. We'll rank them from least likely to most likely.
Bruce Cassidy discussed the NHL's potential return, hoping the Bruins get a chance to finish what they started in 2020.
No matter what he's said during this break in action, Tuukka Rask can't quite shake the questions about retirement. The 33-year-old Finnish netminder did his best to dispel that talk once again d...
The Boston Bruins were supposed to open the 2020-21 NHL season overseas, but that will no longer be happening. On Friday, the NHL canceled all international events in 2020 due to the coronavirus ...
If one were to assume, one might believe that hockey players -- who make their living ... playing hockey -- would be champing at the bit for hockey to return. One, however, might be wrong.
These days, everybody could use a good reason to smile. On Tuesday night, the members of the 2011 Boston Bruins provided.
Tuesday night will be a big one for all Bruins fans.
"I don’t know whether it’s going to happen, but we are talking about it. Yup -- that’s all I can really say right now."
For professional athletes, working from home isn't really an option. But Bruins forward Charlie Coyle is doing what he can to stay in shape should the NHL return to action in the near future.
Hockey is on hold, the Stanley Cup is locked away in its case at the Hockey Hall of Fame and its longtime keeper has shed his familiar white gloves to work from home like so many others during ...
"So there is your answer. Tuukka is 'Boston Wall.'"
After an incredible season for the Maine Black Bears, Boston Bruins prospect Jeremy Swayman was named the best goaltender in college hockey.
Turns out, Mike O'Connell didn't like Brian Burke's story serving as gospel. And the result is a Grade-A scrap between two hockey lifers in their mid-60s.
In a world where the mantra might be "there's no such thing as bad ideas," well, I think we found a bad idea. I think we actually found the WORST idea.
Former Boston Bruins center Colby Cave is in a medically induced coma after suffering a brain bleed in Toronto on Monday night.
The only thing certain for professional athletes right now is uncertainty. For players who are set to become free agents, that uncertainty is doubled.
Bobby Orr is doing his best to replicate the appreciation he's always received, specifically sending out a message of support for the doctors, nurses and staff at Mass General Hospital.
Boston defenseman Charlie McAvoy is finding new ways to stay busy and stay in shape during the NHL's hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
According to John Shannon, the NHL is considering Manchester as a host city for NHL games.
The impossible has happened. The Joe Thornton trade has somehow become even worse than we all already knew it to be.
Tuukka Rask cleared the air about a potential retirement after next season, saying Tuesday that he's made no decisions about his future.
For the second straight year, Brad Marchand was voted the best "trash talker" in the NHL. But his chatter isn't for everyone.
They may not be playing the games they love, but we're learning a lot about some of our favorite athletes during the coronavirus hiatus.
As the Bruins sit tight during the NHL's coronavirus lockdown, Zdeno Chara took to Instagram to deliver a reassuring message to the city of Boston as it deals with the pandemic
With the sport of hockey on hold across the globe, popular sporting equipment company Bauer is shifting its attention to medical professionals in need.
The Bruins' season was abruptly stopped two weeks ago, and they don't know if it will ever resume. That, though hasn't stopped business from taking place.
The messages from Jeremy Jacobs and Delaware North on TD Garden employees were not well-received, to say the least. And that included many more folks than just people on Twitter.
The unknown of the 2019-20 season is difficult for Patrice Bergeron to deal with.
With the Bruins and Celtics seasons on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic, part-time workers at TD Garden have been laid off.
In the event that sports return relatively soon, the NHL is making contingency plans. And it might lead to playoff hockey in the month of August.
With the NHL on a hiatus as the world tries to slow the spread of coronavirus, there will be no hockey inside the TD Garden for the foreseeable future. So there really is no need for the building...
Could the clock be ticking on Tuukka Time in Boston?