Jim Montgomery

NHL Playoffs: Bruins Must Improve in Key Areas To Extend the Series

The Bruins had an amazing first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, fighting until the end to knock the Maple Leafs out and move forward to the second round. However, the Bruins haven’t been doing so well in round two, even with their excellent start to the round, they have seemed to fall apart. To […]

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Don Sweeney talking at a Boston Bruins press conference

NHL Playoffs: Were Don Sweeney’s Comments Strong Enough?

The Boston Bruins find themselves in a three-games-to-one hole and facing elimination against a Florida Panthers team that has dominated Boston for large stretches of the series, particularly in five-on-five play. But a secondary storyline has involved NHL officiating, which has called 21 of the 30 penalties in the five games against the Bruins. The focus on […]

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David Pastrnak’s Poetic 1st Round Finish

After being absent for most of the Boston Bruins 1st Round series against the Toronto Maple Leafs, David Pastrnak returned to his usual form in Game 7; scoring the game-winning goal on Saturday evening. Overall it was a solid series for the winger as Pastrnak ended the 1st round with three goals and two assists, […]

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Why Boston Bruins Should Stick With Jeremy Swayman

Boston Bruins head coach Jim Montgomery will make the most important decision of the 2024 season ahead of Game 6 when he decides who will start in net for the B’s. There’s only one answer. 2024 has been the season of Jeremy Swayman. The goaltender went 25-10-8, his best record as a pro. He also […]

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NHL Playoffs: Jim Montgomery Needs This Lineup for Game 6

“We just weren’t good enough…simple as that.” Boston Bruins Head Coach Jim Montgomery was contrite and honest after a disappointing 3-2 Game 5 loss in overtime to the Toronto Maple Leafs at TD Garden in Boston on Tuesday night. The Bruins and their fans had flashbacks of the last postseason when the Florida Panthers took […]

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The One Thing The Bruins Need to Ensure a Series Clinching Win Tuesday

The first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs has been playing out very similarly to last season for the Boston Bruins. The Bruins capped off a historic 65-win regular season with an opening round meeting with the Florida Panthers and took a 3-1 series lead after taking two road wins in Games 3 and 4. Boston had […]

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Morgan Geekie Scores First Career Hat Trick in 5-4 Win vs. Vegas Golden Knights |02/29/2024

The Boston Bruins ended their three-game skid at the TD Garden on Thursday, February 29th. Morgan Geekie scored his first career hat trick, and Mason Lohrei scored the go-ahead goal in the 5-4 victory against the Vegas Golden Knights. Golden Knights lineup against the Bruins: Brisson – Karlsson – Marchessault Barbashev – Stephenson – Amadio […]

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Boston Bruins Defenseman Out Week-To-Week

Today, an announcement was made that Boston Bruins defenseman Hampus Lindholm will be out week-to-week with a lower-body injury. He did not even make the road trip with the team. Lindholm suffered an injury during the game vs. Dallas prior to the road trip. Since then, the Bruins made multiple roster moves, including calling up […]

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Charlie Coyle’s Rise to Top-Line Center Has Been Exactly What the Bruins Needed

Heading into the 2023-24 season, all eyes were on the Bruins center position after Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci hung up their skates for good. The Bruins would be without Bergeron for the first time in twenty years, leaving plenty of question marks down the middle. They knew they had Charlie Coyle and Pavel Zacha […]

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What Can the Boston Bruins Do Come Trade Deadline?

Through the halfway mark of their season, the Boston Bruins have enjoyed a largely successful ride. Punctuated by stellar goaltending, timely scoring, and a commitment to executing the game plan of their now two-time All-Star head coach Jim Montgomery. A return to the playoffs, while not initially guaranteed, is almost a certainty.  Which raises an […]

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