Boston Bruins season capsule
in seven games in the second round. The Bruins return essentially the same team, including Selke Trophy winner Patrice Bergeron and Vezina winner Tuukka Rask, who led the league with seven shutouts, finished second with a .930 save percentage
Clutterbuck leads Islanders to 5-3 win over Bruins
the second period and allowed three goals on 18 shots. Boston rallied from two goals down to tie it 3-all on goals by defenseman Matt Bartkowski and forward Brad Marchand early in the third. Patrice Bergeron also scored for the Bruins.
Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask 'saves' cannon shot at charity game
cannon into the All-Star Skills Competition. We already know that Nationwide Arena has a cannon. More from NESN: Patrice Bergeron , Tuukka Rask among Top 50 rated players in "NHL 15" Tuukka Rask lives it up with young cancer patient at NHL awards
Bruins rally for huge Game 7 win
Hear from Patrice Bergeron , Tuukka Rask and Zdeno Chara after overcoming a 3-goal deficit to win in overtime.
Bruins find a way to win in Game 3
Patrice Bergeron and Claude Julien comment on their 2-1 double-overtime win in Game 3 over the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Bergeron: We'll bounce back in Game 5
Patrice Bergeron talks about the Bruins 6-5 OT loss to the Blackhawks in Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Subban, Weise lead Habs past Bruins in Game 3
also scored for the Canadiens, who were outplayed for long stretches but made the most of quick-strike attacks. Patrice Bergeron and Andrej Meszaros scored for the Bruins, who outshot Montreal 28-26. For the third straight game, the Canadiens
Canadiens' Price: Bruins 'got pretty lucky' in Game 2
Price is right, to an extent. The Bruins did get some fortunate bounces during their comeback. One example was Patrice Bergeron 's goal that tied the score 3-3 with a little more than five minutes remaining in regulation. Bergeron fired
NHL Takeaways: B's talked the talk; Habs still walking the walk
was stronger and Boston threw everything it had at Price, but the Bruins got very little production from mainstays Patrice Bergeron (pointless and minus-3 in the last four games), David Krejci and Brad Marchand (no goals all postseason â
NHL takeaways: Two-goal leads not safe (just ask Canadiens)
seven seconds remaining in regulation and he scored the game-winner off a sweet feed from Anze Kopitar. 2. C Patrice Bergeron , Boston: The game-tying goal, an assist, a plus-3 rating and two blocked shots for the Bruins' do-everything