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The Boston Bruins have lost their past three games. Their latest outing was against the Kings on March 19. The Kings scored a point late in the first period and early in the second to get a 2-0 lead. However, the Bruins did not give up, and a few minutes later Tyler Randell scored an unassisted goal to get the team within 1 point. However, the Bruins were unable to find the net again, and ended up losing 2-1. They next play the Rangers on March 3, and fans still have a chance to get tickets to catch the action live, with prices starting at $135. Their next home game is on March 24, and tickets remain available for $44 and up.
3/14/16 - March has been a good month for the Boston Bruins. Scoring goals in seven of their last eight games, the team now shares a first-place tie in the Atlantic Division with the Panthers and the Lightning. Despite losing to the San Jose Sharks Tuesday night, Boston has lost just three losses so far this month. The team now heads out for a four-game stretch on the road that begins Friday (March 18) in Anaheim. Boston won’t return to TD Garden until Thursday, March 24, when they take on the Panthers. Tickets for that game can be purchased now for only $17. The puck hits the ice at 7:00 PM—don’t miss it!
2/8/16 - With a decisive 6-2 drubbing of the Winnipeg Jets, the Boston Bruins have pulled into a tie with the Detroit Red Wings for second place in the Atlantic Division. Both continue to trail the leading Florida Panthers by six points apiece, but three wins in four games has Boston sitting pretty so far in February. If not for their huge 9-2 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on the 9th, the Bruins would own sole possession of the second spot out east. With five more games on their current road trip, it’s a crucial stretch for the Bruins right now. They’ll head to Columbus this Tuesday to face the Blue Jackets and tickets are on sale from $11!
2/1/16 - The Boston Bruins had a thrilling game against the Toronto Maple Leafs on February 2. The Bruins led the Maple Leafs by two goals in the third period, but that didn’t stop the Maple Leafs from coming back. The Maple Leafs played aggressively and wisely to come back from the two-point deficit and sent the two teams into overtime play. Approximately three minutes into overtime, Parenteau from Toronto scored the winning goal during a power-play. See if the Bruins can recuperate from the tough loss when they hit the ice against the Buffalo Sabres on Thursday and Saturday. Tickets for both games start around $47 each. Don’t miss your chance to fill your weekend with an exciting live hockey game.
1/25/16 - Unfortunately, the Boston Bruins have ended their winning streak, but they are still completely dominating the competition. Even with their recent losses, they have managed to win five of their last seven matchups. The Bruins’ most recent victory was against the Philadelphia Flyers on January 25th. The final score came to 3-2. Now, the Bruins are getting ready to hit the road for one quick away match against the Buffalo Sabres, but they will be back soon to host the Los Angeles Kings and have a rematch with the Sabres. After that, however, they are heading out for a long series, so be sure to catch them in action before February 11th.
1/18/16 - There is good news for fans of the Boston Bruins. Despite finishing up a long series of away games, they have managed to earn a small three-game winning streak. They have beaten out the Buffalo Sabres, the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the Montreal Canadiens, never scoring less than three points. While they will have occasional away matchups in the coming weeks, the Bruins will primarily be staying on their home rink for a nice long run. This is an excellent opportunity for fans to catch the Bruins in action. First up, they will be hosting the Vancouver Canucks. Tickets are available starting at $57, but they will not be around for long.
1/11/16 - The Boston Bruins have lost their last three games by just one point. The first loss came against the Senators on January 9 in overtime. The Senators scored in the first period to get ahead, but David Pastmak scored in the first minute of the second period to tie the game. After a scoreless third period, the game went into overtime, which ultimately went to the Senators. The Bruins played het Rangers on the 11 and lost an early 1-0 lead when the Rangers scored two goals in the third period. They experienced a similar pattern against the Flyers on the 13, losing 3-2. The Bruins next play the Sabres on January 15. Tickets are available starting at $73.
1/4/16 - The Boston Bruins are in trouble. They have had a very impressive season this year, but they are starting to fall. With their most recent loss against the Washington Capitals on January 5th, with the final score coming to 3-2, the Bruins have lost five of their last six matches. This brings their season record to 20-14-4. Worst, they are now heading out onto the road, where it will be even more difficult to earn a victory and break their losing streak. Fans are hoping the Bruins will be able to recover before they ruin their season record. They will return on January 16th to host the Toronto Maple Leafs.
12/28/15 - The Boston Bruins broke their three game losing streak with a victory against the Senators in the second half of a home-home series. They lost against the Senators when they played in Ottawa but then dominated to win 7-3 when they hosted. Jimmy Hayes had a hat trick. Patrice Bergeron and Matt Beleskey had two apiece. The game was a season-high for the number of goals. It was also the first time since 2001 that the Bruins had three players score two or more goals in one game. The Bruins will look to take this momentum with them when they play the Canadiens in the 2016 Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic in Foxborough, Massachusetts, on January 1. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $354.
12/23/15 - The Boston Bruins have had a one heck of a December. They have been back and forth with wins and losses, but more recently they have hopped on a three-game winning streak. On December 20, the Boston Bruins slapped sticks against the Devils that ended in a thrilling shootout. Both teams scored a goal apiece during regulation time, leading them to an unfulfilling overtime. Thanks to Ryan Spooner scoring the only goal in the final shootout, the Bruins won the game 2-1 over the Devils. See the team play again live on December 26 against the Sabres. Tickets are still available to purchase, so liven up your weekend with a live entertaining professional hockey game.
12/14/15 - The Bruins were unable to tack on another victory to their two-game winning streak on Monday night. Boston looked like they were going to mount an incredible comeback win against the visiting Edmonton Oilers, tying the game 2 – 2 and sending the match into overtime. The home crowd was elated, and it seemed the energy alone would carry the team to the win. Unfortunately, Edmonton came on strong in the final minutes, and managed to sneak in a single goal to end the game. The Bruins ultimately won 3 – 2. Boston will be looking to get their record back on track tomorrow night against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tickets start at 15.
12/7/15 - Going into Wednesday night’s game, the Boston Bruins hadn’t beaten the Montreal Canadiens in seven straight games. Two periods in, it looked like they would be facing yet another defeat, but some stellar play at the end of the game helped them rush past their rivals for the win. Landon Ferraro tied up the score at the beginning of the third quarter off a great pass from Ryan Spooner. With just under seven minutes remaining, Patrice Bergeron found net once again to help Boston to a two-point lead. The Bruins will be playing the Panthers at TD Garden this Saturday, Dec. 12, and tickets are for sale now starting at $61.
11/30/15 - The Boston Bruins are on a roll, winning five games in a row. They played the Red Wing on November 25 and won in overtime. A goal by Landon Ferraro in the first period put the Bruins ahead, but Detroit scored twice in the second period to gain the lead. Colin Miller equalized the game, sending it into overtime. Frank Vatrano scored in overtime to give the victory to the Bruins. On Friday the 27, the Bruins faced the Rangers in a back and forth game that ultimately went to Boston, thanks to David Krejci's goal in the end of the third period. The Bruins next play the Oilers on December 2. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $16.
11/23/15 - The Boston Bruins have a three game winning streak after beating the Maple Leafs in both games of a home-home series. The Bruins were the first host with a game on the 21. The game was scoreless until Zdeno Chara scored with four minutes left to play. Brad Marchand secured the win with a last second empty net goal. When the Bruins went to Toronto, the game was decided in a shut out. The Bruins led 2-0 at the close of the first period, but by the end of the second period the game was tied 3-3. David Drejci scored the shoot out winning goal for the Bruins. They next play the Red Wings on the 25, and tickets area available starting at $57.
11/16/15 - The Boston Bruins played a close game against the San Jose Sharks on November 17 were unable to get the win. The Sharks scored first in the first minute of play. The Bruins scored twice in the first period thanks to Tyler Randell and Brad Marchand, briefly leading until the Sharks scored. Early in the second period, the Bruins got ahead again with a goal by Loui Eriksson, but it was not long before the Sharks equalized and pulled ahead. Patrice Bergeron scored in the third period to close the gap, but it was not enough for the win. The Bruins next host the Wild on the 19, and tickets are available starting at $15.
11/9/15 - The Boston Bruins are just starting a long series of home games. They are already to a great start. On November 14th, the Bruins won the second of five consecutive home matches. They faced the Detroit Red Wings and finished with 1-3. This victory puts the Boston Bruins back into the positive with a record of 8-7-1. From here, the Bruins are going to be facing the San Jose Sharks on November 17th, followed by the Minnesota Wild on the 19th. Tickets for these exciting matches are still available starting as low as $34 and $38 respectively. Come help the Bruins start a winning streak by cheering them to victory.
11/2/15 - After a four game winning streak, the Boston Bruins have had a pair of losses. They played the Dallas Stars on November 3 and got an early lead after scoring two goals to the Stars' one in the first period. However, the Stars dominated the second and third periods, resulting in a 5-3 loss. On the 5th Boston again had their goals early in the game. Jimmy Hayes scored in the first period, and Boston briefly led 1-0. However, the Capitals went on to score four more points throughout the rest of the game to take the victory. The Bruins will look to get back to their winning ways when they play the Canadiens on the 7th. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $123.
10/26/15 - The Boston Bruins season hasn’t started off outstanding, but it hasn’t been poor either. They are currently sitting with a winning 4-3 record and are in the middle of the pack in the Atlantic Division. The Bruins had a phenomenal game on October 27 against the Arizona Coyotes and basically blew them off of the ice. The Bruins not only scored in every period of the game, they won the game by completely shutting down the Coyotes 6-0. This is the only time this season that the Bruins will face off against the Coyotes, but they definitely made it count. Their next six games are being played away, so check if they are coming to a city near you and get your tickets today.
10/19/15 - Despite the Boston Bruins rough start to their 2015-2016 season, they were able to turn things around after a three-game losing streak and take home a couple of wins. On October 17, the Bruins hit the ice to face off against the Arizona Coyotes in Glendale, AZ. Both teams were moving the puck really well during the first and second periods, leaving it all up to the time in the third. Thanks to Patrice Bergerson’s two goals in the last 11 minutes of regulation time, the Bruins were the victors of the game. See them take on the Coyotes again, but on home turf on October 27. Tickets are still available for $19 each.
10/14/15 - The Boston Burins are 1-3 in the 2015-16 season. In their first three games, which were all at home, they were outscored 16-7, but they snagged their victory in their first away game against the Avalanche with six goals. They had a tight defense, helping to keep the Avalanche to just two goals and only 22 shots during the game. Jimmy Hayes, Ryan Spooner, Tyler Randell, Kevan Miller, Chris Kelly, and David Krejci scored the points for the Bruins. Krejci's goal was to an empty net in the final minutes of play. The Bruins will look to continue their strong play when they face the Coyotes in Arizona on October 17. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $31.
10/5/15 - The opening game of the 2015-2016 NHL season is just days away for the Boston Bruins, and they are ready to take the ice. Tom Brady has taken a break from football to wish the Bruins luck on the start of their season, as well as jokingly suggest he is available if they need another enforcer on the ice. There are some key players that will actually be taking the ice that fans should watch closely this season, including goalie Tuukka Rask, center Patrice Bergeron, and defenseman Zdeno Chara, who is healthy again after an injury-plagued season last year. Fans still have a chance to get tickets for the season opener at home on October 8, for prices starting at $67.
9/14/15 - After logging a career-high 70 games in the crease last year, Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask is in need of a little R&R. The vaunted net protector put together quite a 2014 campaign in spite of his heavy workload, collecting a 34-21-13 regular season record. Opponents averaged just 2.30 goals against Rask per game, highlighting his value to one of the NHL’s top teams. GM Don Sweeny has prioritized putting a legitimate backup in place to avoid burning their No. 1 goalie out in the upcoming season, and questions remain whether Niklas Svedberg will be part of the answer. Preseason tickets are on sale now so you can get a sneak preview of this year’s Boston Bruins! Get your seats for Bruins vs. Capitals at TD Garden on 9/22 from just $12!
4/6/15 - With a 2-1 shootout victory over the Maple Leafs, the Boston Bruins have extended their winning streak to five games. This season, the Bruins have not been lucky in shootouts, but that changed against the Maple Leafs. Patrice Bergeron was the loan scorer during the shootout, and he also scored early in the second period to give Boston the initial lead. The Maple Leafs tied the game later in the same period, and a scoreless third period and overtime led the game to be decided by the shootout. Goalie Tuukka Rask made 27 saves and stopped all three shots during the shootout. The win keeps Boston tied for their place in the Atlantic Division and in competition for one of the playoff wild cards. Tickets for the Bruins' next game against the Capitals remain available, starting at $5.
3/30/15 - When the Boston Bruins face the Panthers on March 31, they will look to add a third win in a row to their record. They most recently beat the Carolina Hurricanes on Sunday, March 29, in overtime with a goal by David Pasternak. Boston were the first to get on the board, with a goal by Ryan Spooner in the second minute of play. Carolina tied the game up late in the second period. After a scoreless third period, the teams entered overtime. Pasternak's goal came late in overtime, securing the victory for the team and earning them two points. They are now three pints ahead of the next team in line for the second wild card to the playoffs for the conference. Tickets for the Panthers' game remain on sale, with prices starting at $25.
3/23/15 - The Boston Bruins lost against the Tampa Bay Lightning on the 22nd, brining their losing streak to five games. Boston was the first to put a point on the scoreboard after Patrice Bergeron scored during the first minute of play. However, the Lightning scored three during the rest of the first period, including two within a thirty second stretch. The Lightening scored again in the second period, which led to starting goalie Tuukka Rask being replaced. The Bruins battled it out during the third period, with points by Zdeno Chara and Daniel Paille. However, it was not enough to close the gap, especially with another goal by the Lightning. The Bruins will look to break their current slump when they face the Ducks on the 26th at home, with tickets starting at $24.
3/18/15 - After winning five in a row, the Boston Bruins have lost their last two games. Their most recent loss came down to a shootout against the Buffalo Sabres on the 17th. The Bruins gave a solid try during the game, but Sabres goalie Anders Lindback had a career high when he made 44 saves. Boston had the early lead after Loui Eriksson scored at 9:55 during the first period. However, the game became tied after a Sabres goal in the final moments, taking it into a scoreless overtime followed by a shoot-out. Currently, the Bruins hold the second wild card for the Stanley Cup playoffs, although the Senators are only four points behind. The Bruins will look to put another win on their record when they face the Senators on March 19, with tickets starting at $188.
3/9/15 - With the postseason just a month away, the Boston Bruins are surging toward a wild card spot in the Eastern Conference, winning five of their last six including a crucial 3-1 victory over the Ottawa Senators. The victory, led by a pair of second-period goals by Ryan Spooner, lifted Boston to a seven-point lead in the standings over Ottawa. Currently, the Florida Panthers (six points back) represent the Bruins’ greatest threat to earning a playoff berth, although the B’s hold a large enough cushion that they now control their own postseason destiny. Boston returns to the ice on Thursday night to host the Tampa Bay Lightning, and tickets are still available for TD Garden starting at $57. Come support the Bruins in one of the final six home games of the regular season!
3/2/15 - The Boston Bruins have been on fire ever since they blew the Chicago Blackhawks away on Feb. 22. Their most recent win, and one of their strongest, was against the Arizona Coyotes on Feb. 28th. Perhaps most impressive was the teamwork and cooperation that the Bruins showed. Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, and Milan Lucic each scored once and got one assist to bring Boston to four points. Additionally, the Bruins shut the Coyotes out in the first two periods and only let one goal slip by in the final period. With a victory in three of their last four games, the Bruins are looking good as they prepare to take on the Calgary Flames on March 5th. You can get your ticket for as little as $51.
2/23/15 - After suffering one of their worst losses of the season, the Boston Bruins responded with one of their biggest wins two nights later. The St. Louis Blues dealt the Bruins a 5-1 drubbing on Friday, scoring four straight goals in the second period to send rookie goaltender Malcolm Subban—younger brother of Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban—to a loss in his first NHL outing. Boston bounced back on Sunday, though, bombarding the powerful Chicago Blackhawks with six goals en route to a 6-2 victory. Center Patrice Bergeron scored once and assisted on two more goals to help lift the Bruins to the big win on the road. Boston will host the New Jersey Devils on Friday night, and a handful of tickets are still available from $51!
2/16/15 - Ten-year veteran center Gregory Campbell played his 700th career game on Tuesday, but it was one he and the Boston Bruins would prefer to put behind them. In a game featuring three goals scored by teams while shorthanded on the ice, the Dallas Stars ultimately prevailed by a score of 5-3, despite a 12-attempt deficit in shots on goal. The Bruins announced this week that they will be recalling reserve goaltender Malcolm Subban from Providence, who has earned a 10-10-3 record behind a .920 save percentage in 24 games, capturing Player of the Week honors in late January. Boston will hope that the added flexibility on defense helps turn things around, as they travel to Edmonton to face the Oilers on Wednesday. A small handful of tickets are still available from $30!
2/9/15 - Another snowstorm in the Boston area has hindered public transportation, shutting down subway and trolley service on Tuesday ahead of the Bruins’ home game versus the Dallas Stars. Bostonians, known for their resiliency, will no doubt find their way to TD Garden to cheer on their home team, who are looking to get back into the win column after suffering a 3-1 setback to the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday. Montreal sweeps the season series with the win, as the two teams continue to battle for position in the Atlantic Division. Tickets for Tuesday night’s game versus the Stars are still available from $51, and fans north of the border can check out the Boston Bruins as they take on the Canucks in Vancouver on Friday the 13th, with seats starting at $107.
2/5/15 - After going 8-2-2 in January, capped by consecutive wins over the New York Islanders and Los Angeles Kings, the Boston Bruins came up short to open February, falling 3-2 to the Rangers at Madison Square Garden. Milan Lucic and Patrice Bergeron each put in a goal for the Bruins, less than two minutes apart in the first period, as Boston jumped to a 2-1 lead. However, the Rangers responded with a pair of goals in the second period, and backup goalie Cam Talbot filled in admirably for the injured Henrik Lundqvist, making 18 saves to secure the win. The Bruins will enjoy a few days of rest before hosting the Islanders who will no doubt be looking to even the score after last week. Tickets are still available starting at $104.
1/26/15 - The Boston Bruins have been seeing trouble on the ice in their last few games, starting when they lost their winning streak on Jan. 17th. Their second loss among their last three games was against the Colorado Avalanche where they heartbreakingly fell just barely short in an overtime game with 2-3. They let one slip by their goalie with less than one second left on the clock in the first period, but managed to catch up and tie the game. Unfortunately, the Avalanche outshot the Bruins 4-0 in overtime. Torey Krug scored once with Milan Lucic and David Pastrnak assisting, and Brad Marchand gave Boston the lead for nearly 15 minutes when he scored in the final period. David Krejci and Reilly Smith assisted. They will return to Boston on Jan. 31st to play the Los Angeles Kings.
1/19/15 - Saturday night marked the end of the Boston Bruins’ five-game winning streak, as they fell to the Columbus Blue Jackets, 3-1. Carl Soderberg scored his tenth goal of the season mid-way through the first period—the Bruins’ only score in 35 shots on the net. Boston goaltender Tuukka Rask made 28 saves for his squad, only allowing the deciding goal through with just over three minutes remaining in the final period. Rask was then pulled for additional offense, allowing Matt Calvert to score an empty-netter for the Blue Jackets and effectively seal the win. The Bruins will open a three-game road trip on Tuesday versus the Dallas Stars, before moving on to Colorado to face the Avalanche. Be a part of all the action starting at just $19!
1/13/15 - Currently, the Boston Bruins are 23-15-6, and are the 4th ranked team in the Atlantic Division. Their last outing was against the Tampa Bay Lighting. It was a great game for three straight periods, but at the end of the day, the Bruins ended up winning 4-3. The Bruins are now on a four-game winning streak, and it looks like they are ready to make some moves in their division. A top performer from them was David Pastrnak. He scored twice and showed some flashy moves throughout the last two periods of the game. This first-round pick for the Bruins seems to be paying off in dividends, and if he can keep it up, the Bruins are going to have a great season. Up next for them is a game against New York Ranges. It’s a tough match up, but it should provide some excitement. Tickets are available for $66.
1/5/15 - With a new CEO at the helm, the Boston Bruins hope that they can get out fifth place and move up to win a playoff berth. It would be the first time in eight years if they don’t. In the upcoming week, the Bruins are home for three games, starting on Tuesday, January 13 against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Then on Thursday, it’s the New York Rangers. They finish up on Saturday against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Find tickets for the best seats for all of these games at Razorgator. Prices start at around $75 for the Lightning and Rangers games, and $102 for the weekend game with the Blue Jackets. Enjoy great hockey with your favorite team when you come out and cheer them on!
12/29/14 - The Boston Bruins sit in 6th place in the Atlantic Division at a little past the halfway mark in the season. On January 3, they host the Ottawa Senators, who are one place behind them in the divisional standings. Razorgator still has tickets for the best seats so you can get all the actions on the ice at TD Garden. Come out and show your support for some great hockey. The Bruins go out on the road for two games before coming back to their home arena on January 8 when they host the New Jersey Devils. Make it an exciting evening by getting tickets to see these two teams matchup on the ice. Tickets are still available with prices starting at just $94, but they’ll go fast.
12/23/14 - The Boston Bruins once again won in overtime against the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday, December 21, with a final score of 4-3. Their last six games have been decided by just one point, although not always in their favor. The Boston Bruins look to create a winning streak when they face the Nashville Predators on Tuesday, December 23. The game will be the second of the season for the teams to meet, and the last for the regular season. The Predators are in the midst of a hot streak, and they won the last match 3-2. However, the Bruins will be looking to even the score and will have home field advantage, so it looks to be an exciting game. After the Predators, the Bruins will hit the road Columbus to meet with the Blue Jackets. Tickets are still on sale, starting at $19.
12/15/14 - Wednesday’s thrilling 3-2 overtime victory over the Minnesota Wild in Minneapolis snapped a three-game losing streak for the Boston Bruins. Two of those three consecutive losses came in overtime, which had to make Loui Eriksson’s goal during extra time especially sweet. Next up for Patrice Bergeron’s Bruins is a trip to take on Andrew Ladd and the Winnipeg Jets on December 19 (tickets from $76). Following that last stop on the road trip, the Bruins finish up the week with a pair of games in front of the home fans at the TD Garden. First up is a game against the struggling Buffalo Sabres on December 21 (tickets from $46). Two days later, Boston will have the chance to avenge a recent loss to the Nashville Predators, as Shea Weber and company come to town on December 23 (tickets from $67).
12/10/14 - With an average season full of inconsistency, the Boston Bruins remain ranked 5th in the Atlantic Division, with a 15-12-1 record. The team continues to struggle with several injuries, and they have lost another player, as forward Simon Gange has chosen to take personal leave to spend time with his very sick father. This season, the Bruins' offense has earned 0.65 goals fewer per game than last year, most likely due to the absence of David Krejci and Zdeno Chara. The players continue to do well with puck possession; they just need to do better at converting to points. When they face the Chicago Blackhawks, who are 1st in the Central Division with a 19-8-1 record, at home on Thursday, December 11, they will need to concentrate on conversion if they are to win. Tickets are on sale now, starting at $24.
12/1/14 - As the Boston Bruins wrap up their four game Western trip on Saturday against the Arizona Coyotes, they’re facing a number of injuries which is challenging them to stay on top of their game. With a 14-11-1 record, the Bruins rank 5th in the Atlantic Division. They know it’s a hard season, and they’re relying on the support of their fans to keep them motivated and encouraged to keep playing strong. The Coyotes are 6th in the Pacific Division, with a 10-13-1 record. The Bruins look better on paper, but the Coyotes have the home ice advantage. The Bruins need their fans. It will be a fight for the win. Don’t wait to get your tickets to get the best seats and cheer them on!
11/24/14 - The Boston Bruins lost 2-0 to the Montreal Canadiens last Saturday evening. Montreal is 9-1 in the last 10 meetings between the 2 clubs. The Bruins were missing a number of key players including defenseman Zdeno Chara, center David Krejci and left wing Brad Marchand, all out with injuries. Boston had won their last 6 home games before Saturday night’s defeat. After their Monday night game against the Pittsburgh Penguins, Boston’s next home game is Friday, November 28th, as they take on the Winnipeg Jets. For the first week of December the Bruins head west for games against Anaheim, Los Angeles, San Jose and Arizona, before heading back home and taking on the Chicago Blackhawks on December 11th. Buy your tickets today and come out to cheer on the Bruins!
11/18/14 - On Saturday, the Boston Bruins were finally able to score another victory. After their 5 game winning streak ended last week, Boston has suffered a couple losses, but they were able to overcome the Carolina Hurricanes by just one point with a final score of 1-2. Both teams got all their points in the first period and strong defenses for both sides locked up their goal boxes. Carolina took 34 shots total and Boston took 25. This brings Boston to 11-8-0, and 3rd in the Atlantic Division. If they are to start another winning streak, they will have to start with the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday the 18th. That game is already sold out, so if you’d like to catch the Bruins in action, it’ll have to be on the 22nd against the Montreal Canadiens. Tickets are available for $24.
11/10/14 - Monday afternoon featured the Boston Bruins’ fifth victory in a row, scoring double what the New Jersey Devils did in each period for a final score of 2-4. The Bruins have a very impressive winning streak going and are currently sitting at 10-6-0, winning six of their last seven games. This puts Boston in 3rd for the Atlantic Division. Patrice Bergeron scored 1 point and put away 2 assists, Reilly Smith scored once and had another assist, and Boston’s goalie, Tuukka Rask, stopped 26 shots. The Bruins are up for a couple away games, starting with the Toronto Maple Leafs (8-5-2), but will return on the 15th for a home game against the Carolina Hurricanes who are at 5-6-3. Tickets are available and starting at $24.
11/4/14 - The Boston Bruins will be hosting the Edmonton Oilers this Thursday and there can be no doubt that they’re ready to extend their current winning streak. Not only would that fourth victory look great on paper, but it may just set the foundation for the Bruins to widen the gap between several other NHL competitors that are fighting hard to improve their standings. Turning around what was a bumpy start to the season, it appears that the Boston Bruins have stumbled upon the secret they needed to take control of the ice and start skating their way to a great year. Fans can still get in on the action as Bruins take on the Oilers. Ticket prices for this upcoming game start at $24, and numerous seating options are still up for the taking.
10/28/14 - In a division where seven of the eight teams are separated by a total of seven points, the Boston Bruins find themselves in the middle of the pack, with 10 points in 10 games. The Bruins have yet to suffer an overtime loss this season.
10/23/14 - The Boston Bruins leveled their record in this young season with a solid win over visiting San Jose recently. However, coach Claude Julien continues to tinker with his lines and defensemen in search of the right combination.
Despite finishing the regular season with the NHL’s best record and being awarded the President’s Trophy, the Boston Bruins crumbled in the postseason, just one year after making it to the Stanley Cup Final a season before. The Bruins were built to take it all the way again, but instead saw an early exit, bounced in the second round of playoffs by their rivals, the Montreal Canadiens. The Bruins enter the 2014-2015 season eager to maintain their elite status in the Eastern Conference, but with a new-look squad.
This offseason saw the departure of Shawn Thornton, Chad Johnson, Andrej Meszaros and most importantly, Jarome Iginla. Boston intends to fill these holes with their highly touted prospects ready to hit the ice with full-time roles. Youngsters Jordan Caron, Ryan Spooner and Alexander Khokhlachev should provide due coverage for Boston’s key departures, and will thrive under the tutelage of David Krejci, Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand. Boston is still $800,000+ over the salary cap, meaning a trade in the 2014-2015 season is imminent.
Will the built-tough Bruins finish first in their division and take the Atlantic title for the fourth time in five seasons? Get your Boston Bruins tickets now to find out! Moreso than ever, the goal to get the Cup will be stronger than ever, and the desire to seek vengeance for their would-be title will power them through the Eastern Conference again. Peter Chiarelli’s fierce team team kicks off the 2014-2015 season on Oct. 8 against the Philadelphia Flyers at TD Garden. See ferocity on the ice when Montreal visits on Nov. 22, followed by Chicago on Dec. 11 and the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings on Jan 31.
5/12/14 - After beating the Canadiens 4-2 in Game 5 the Boston Bruins will get the chance to close out their series and become the first team in the NHL to secure a trip to the Conference Finals. The Canadiens will be sure to come out with a ton of energy tonight with their backs against the walls and according to RazorGator, Montreal Canadiens vs Boston Bruins tickets are averaging $500 for tickets to Game 6 with a Get-in of $195.
5/8/14 - The Boston Bruins are hoping to get back on track tonight in their Eastern Conference Second Round series against their hated rival Montreal Canadiens. The Canadiens took the first and third games of this series with the Bruins taking the second. According to RazorGator Bruins tickets for Thursday nights Game 4 is averaging $431 in Montreal while Sunday’s Game 5 in Boston is presently going for $367.
5/5/14 - For the second game in a row in their series the Boston Bruins fell to an behind by a two goal deficit to the Montreal Canadiens in their second round series. However, this time the Bruins were able to overcome this deficit and battled back to end up scoring four goals in the final period to win the game 5-3. Game 3 of this best of seven series will now head north of the border for their Tuesday night meeting which according to RazorGator is now averaging $448 for tickets.
5/2/14 - If last nights Boston Bruins - Montreal Canadiens game was any indication of the way the rest of this series will play out we will be in for a treat. In a very physical Game 1 the Bruins started off on the wrong end of 2-0 lead before battling back in the 3rd Period and tying the game at three goals apiece before finally giving up a game winner in double overtime to lose the game 4-3. Game 2 of this series will take place and according to RazorGator the game is averaging $335.
5/1/14 - Tonight the Boston Bruins will play the Montreal Canadiens in the opening game of the second round at TD Garden. This series projects to be very physical and one of the most exciting in some time as the two teams despise each other, even needing a seventh game to decide their last series in 2011. Boston Bruins tickets have fallen by $50 since Wednesday morning to currently average $283 on the secondary market.
4/30/14 - Tonight the Boston Bruins will make their final preparations for their Eastern Conference Semifinal against the Montreal Canadiens which will begin tomorrow night in Boston. The Bruins had the best record in the NHL for the regular season but struggled against their rival Canadiens who beat them three times in the regular season with Thursday nights Game 1 is already averaging $333 for Bruins tickets.
4/29/14 - The Boston Bruins will begin the second leg of their road back to the Stanley Cup Finals when they host their heated rival the Montreal Canadiens at TD Garden on Thursday. These two teams really don’t like each other having met over 30 times in the playoffs, the last time coming in 2011 when the Bruins won in seven game en route to winning the Stanley Cup.
4/28/14 - his past Saturday the Boston Bruins attempted to close out their series with the Detroit Red Wings in front of their home crowd in Game 5. The Bruins got out to a great start in the tilt scoring in the third minute of the 1st Period to take an early lead before the Red Wings could tie things up midway through the 2nd. Bruins Captain Zdeno Chara netted a goal just seconds before the end of that period to put them ahead for good en route to winning the game 4-2. The Bruins will now play their bitter rival the Montreal Canadiens in what will be their 34th playoff meeting and fourth since 2008 alone.
4/25/14 - In Game 4 of their series against the Detroit Red Wings last night the Boston Bruins were able to take a commanding 3-1 lead in the series as they beat the Red Wings 3-2 on their home ice in Overtime. The two teams will now head back to Boston for the pivotal Game 5 on Saturday which is averaging $288 per ticket with the Bruins looking to close out the best of seven series.
4/24/14 - The Boston Bruins will look to take a commanding 3-1 lead in their playoff series against the Detroit Red Wings tonight when the puck drops at Joe Louis Arena. The Bruins took the first game in Detroit but might have a tougher time tonight as the Red Wings Captain Henrik Zetterberg could potentially make his return since back surgery during the Olympics. Zetterbergs potential return has caused a spike in ticket prices of 40% which are now averaging $198.
4/23/14 - Last night the Boston Bruins went to Detroit to play Game 3 against the Red Wings. The Bruins got out to an early lead scoring two in the first which would be all they would need as Tuukka Rask saved everything that came his way but added an empty net goal in the third for good measure. If the Bruins win the series they will then go on to play their bitter rival the Montreal Canadiens in the second round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
4/21/14 - The first round playoff matchup between the Boston Bruins and Detroit Red Wings took a return to normalcy as the Bruins brought the physicality back to the series as they evened the series in Game 2. Boston was able to capitalize early when Red Wings goaltender Jimmy Howard came out of the net to play the puck but made a bad pass which bounced right to Bruins forward Justin Florek who put it in the back of the net and never looked back cruising to a 4-1 victory to even the series.
4/17/14 - The Boston Bruins will being their attempt of reaching the Stanley Cup Finals for a second consecutive season and for three out of the last four years. To get there the Bruins will start with the Detroit Red Wings when they begin their series tomorrow night, the first playoff meeting between the two franchises in over 50 years.
4/16/14 - The Boston Bruins won the Presidents Trophy as the NHL’s best team in the regular season, but now that the playoffs have begun that means nothing. As everyone knows anything can happen in the Stanley Cup playoffs and just because you had a great regular season won’t necessarily mean you will have a great postseason as well, which the Bruins begin on Friday night against the Detroit Red Wings.
4/15/14 - The Boston Bruins begin their quest for the Stanley Cup until Friday but may face their toughest opponent over the next few days. It has been reported that the flu has been going around the Boston Bruins locker room this week and has affected six players including Patrice Bergeron.
4/14/14 - On Sunday the Boston Bruins discovered who they will be matching up with in the NHL’s Stanley Cup Playoffs which begin this Friday and it will be a team they have a long history with as both members of the Original Six. That team of course being the Detroit Red Wings who were able to just sneak into the playoffs as the eighth seed in the East. Friday will mark the first time these two franchises have met in the playoffs since 1957.
4/11/14 - For the second straight game the Boston Bruins needed to go to a shootout to determine the winner of the game and for the second straight time the Bruins lost in said shootout this time to the Winnipeg Jets. Both times they went to a shootout Boston has failed to put one in the back of the net losing with Tuukka Rask only giving up a single goal in each.
4/10/14 - After a tough shootout loss to the Minnesota Wild who were riding high after finding out they had clinched a playoff spot midway through the game the Boston Bruins take back to the ice today to face off with the Winnipeg Jets. The Bruins will look to Jarome Iginla and David Krejci to provide the offense to the third best scoring team in the NHL.
4/9/14 - In order to beat a good team like the Boston Bruins you either have to play your best or get a little lucky. The Minnesota Wild were the latter of these two as they were able to score the game tying goal with a minute left in the third period and went on to earn the win in a shootout with Mikko Koivu scoring the lone goal.
4/8/14 - Tonight the Beasts of the East, the Boston Bruins play the Minnesota Wild with only four games remaining until the Stanley Cup Playoffs begin next week. The Wild have unassumingly become one of the better teams in the West earning 94 points and a likely playoff berth but will need to play their best to beat Boston tonight.
4/7/14 - When the Boston Bruins took the ice on Saturday they knew what was on the line with a win over the Philadelphia Flyers, to clinch the top seed in the Eastern Conference and home ice for the entire Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Bruins did just that by taking it to the Flyers overpowering them 5-2 in the game to secure the #1 seed. They will now play the Minnesota Wild on the 8th as they finish out the regular season.
4/4/14 - The Boston Bruins played the Toronto Maple Leafs last night in a highly contest game and despite their furious comeback scoring two goals in the third period they were not able to earn the victory. With the game tied at 3 goals apiece the two teams headed into overtime where Nazem Kadri tallied the game winning goal with just over two minutes left before the end of the extra period.
4/3/14 - Last night the NHL leading Boston Bruins had one of their most challenging games in recent memory when they played the Detroit Red Wings. Boston was able to pick up a quick goal to start the third period to put them up by a goal but gave up two costly points in a two minute span later on in that period to lose the game. Today they travel north of the border to play the Toronto Maple Leafs who are desperately trying to lock up one of the final playoff spots in the Eastern Conference.
4/2/14 - With only a few games remaining in the regular season and having already clinched a playoff berth the Boston Bruins are resting up to make a run at the Stanley Cup after falling just short a season ago. Tonight the Bruins will travel to Detroit for an Original Six matchup with the Red Wings.
4/1/14 - The Boston Bruins are enjoying a nice few days of rest until they play again Wednesday night against the Detroit Red Wings. In that game tomorrow night the Bruins will rely on the skilled play of their winger Patrice Bergeron who was just named the NHL’s Second Star of the Week for last week when he scored an impressive five goals.
3/31/14 - The Bruins swept the weekend, defeating the Capitals in Washington 4-2 on Saturday and then outlasting the Flyers in a shootout in Philadelphia 4-3 yesterday. Chad Johnson was in net for the victory on Saturday, giving up just two goals on 33 shots in a win that would ultimately clinch the Atlantic Division. Then yesterday, Tuuka Rask stopped a whopping 49 shots to hold on to the slimmest of victories against Philly.
3/28/14 - In their highly anticipated matchup with Chicago Blackhawks the Boston Bruins made sure to not let this game get out of hand the way it did last time Chicago came to the TD Garden. This time the Bruins were the ones able to score twice in under 20 seconds in the third to put them up 3 nil which would stand as the final score.
3/27/14 - Tonight the Boston Bruins will be out for revenge when they host the Chicago Blackhawks for the first time since Chicago won the Stanley Cup on their home ice in Game 6 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals. The Bruins gave up two goals in the final 76 seconds of the game to lose the cup and will be certain to make sure that doesn’t happen again tonight.
3/26/14 - The Boston Bruins are still one of the best teams in the NHL because of how they continually have a young crop of talent who play like seasoned pros. One such player is defenseman Kevan Miller who has brought a great deal of toughness to the team when they have called him up this season despite it being his first in the NHL. The Bruins will now prepare for a Stanley Cup Finals rematch against the Chicago Blackhawks tomorrow night.
3/25/14 - The Boston Bruins impressive win streak finally came to an end last night at 12. The Bruins were hopeful to push the streak to 13 games last night but their rivals the Montreal Canadiens. The Habs were able to steal a game on the road in a shootout with the Bruins even after Boston was able to tie the game in the third period. The Bruins will now have the very difficult task of trying to beat the Chicago Blackhawks on the road.
3/24/14 - The Boston Bruins became the first team in the NHL to clinch a Stanley Cup Playoff berth when the beat the Colorado Avalanche to win their 11th game in a row. They followed that impressive feat by extending their winning streak to 12 games on Saturday by beating the Phoenix Coyotes in the desert 4-2.
3/21/14 - The Boston Bruins have won ten straight games but they will have a very tough time if they plan on extending it tonight. The Bruins travel to Denver to play the very good Colorado Avalanche in the NHL’s game of the night. All eyes will be on Jarome Iginla tonight to see if he can continue playing at such a high level and keep his point streak alive having scored six goals in his last five games.
3/20/14 - After picking up their very impressive 10th straight win Tuesday night against the Boston Bruins are enjoying a nice rest from the grind of the hockey season. The B’s can attribute a lot of their most recent success to Jarome Iginla who has been the catalyst for this win streak and has scored six goals in the last five games alone. Boston are off until Friday night when the very tough Colorado Avalanche on the road in Denver.
3/19/14 - Over the past couple weeks there has been no team in the NHL than the Boston Bruins who went for their tenth straight win last night against the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center. Even with one of the greatest goalies of all time in net, Martin Brodeur, the Devils weren’t able to slow down the surging Bruins who overpowered them on their way to a 4-1 victory.
3/18/14 - At this pace the Boston Bruins may never lose again after picking up their ninth straight victory in a 4-1 romp over the Minnesota Wild on Monday night. The Bruins Jarome Iginla continued to play out of his mind as he notched two goals for the B’s last night to now have scored six goals in just his last five games. Today the Bruins travel down to Jersey to take on a tough Devils squad.
3/17/14 - The Boston Bruins have been on an absolute tear recently and this weekend picked up their eighth straight victory by thoroughly proving their dominance on Saturday when the Carolina Hurricanes came to Boston ready to upset the B’s. However the Hurricanes left with their tails between their legs after taking a 5-1 beating in Beantown with Jarome Iginla scoring a pair of goals in the game.
3/14/14 - Winning is a habit, at least for the Boston Bruins who picked up their seventh straight victory last night against the Phoenix Coyotes. The B’s were able to convert chances early with Zdeno Chara and Jarome Iginla scoring in the first period which was all the scoring they needed as Tuukka Rask was able to stop all but one shot for a final score of 2-1. The Bruins will now return to Boston to play the Carolina Hurricanes tomorrow.
3/13/14 - The Boston Bruins came to play last night and were able to give the Montreal Canadiens a taste of their own medicine. The Bruins have not beaten the Canadiens in their last five meetings which makes this victory all that much sweeter. The B’s got out to an early lead scoring three goals in the second and never looked back en route to a 4-1 win over the Habs last night in the Bell Centre.
3/12/14 - The Boston Bruins will cross the border today to play the Montreal Canadiens tonight at the Belle Centre. The Bruins have struggled against the Habs in their last few meetings but hope to change that as they have been on a tear racking up 22 goals in their last few games.
3/11/14 - The Boston Bruins enjoyed a nice day of rest yesterday after playing, and winning, two games back to back in Florida over the weekend against the Tampa Bay Lightning and Florida Panthers respectively. The B’s will have yet another day off today as they will be preparing for an Original Six showdown tomorrow night in Montreal against the Canadiens.
3/10/14 - This was one of the better weekends for the Boston Bruins as they were able to win both of their road games in Florida. On Saturday the Bruins were led by Reilly Smith who led them to victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning by scoring the only goal of the shootout in the seventh round while the following day the Bruins beat up on the Florida Panthers beating them 5-2 on Sunday.
3/6/14 - The Boston Bruins were able to enjoy a nice day of rest yesterday and will hopefully be fully prepared for today’s game with the Washington Capitals. In his last game David Krejci scored a hat trick against the Florida Panthers and will look to do the same tonight when his team takes the ice in the TD Garden.
3/5/14 - The Boston Bruins were able to win another game yesterday to give themselves 83 points on the season, good enough for first in the Atlantic Division and second most in the entire Eastern Conference. The Bruins handedly dispatched the Florida Panthers last night scoring early and often, and headed into the final period up 3 to nil before each team scored a goal in the 3rd.
3/4/14 - The Boston Bruins lead the Atlantic Division this season and last night were able to win a very tough road game against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden, winning by a score of 6-2. The Bruins were able to dominate every facet of the game and now will have the night off before hosting the Florida Panthers Wednesday night.
3/3/14 - The Bruins visited Madison Square Garden on Sunday for a matchup with conference rival New York and were able to depart with two points after a rousing 6-3 win. J.T. Miller started the scoring for the Rangers, but the bruins would score three unanswered with goals by Jarome Iginla, Dougie Hamilton, and Carl Soderberg. Brad Richards would add another goal before the end of the second, but Gregory Campbell scored twice in the third to give the Bruins an insurmountable lead. Ryan McDonagh and Milan Lucic would add goals to cap the scoring at 6-3.
2/25/14 – Following the Bruins return to TD Garden, the Bruins’ three biggest games based on average ticket prices are: Boston Bruins vs. Chicago Blackhawks (avg. $256), Boston Bruins vs. Philadelphia Flyers (avg. $250), and Boston Bruins vs. Carolina Hurricanes (avg. $230). The defending champs will visit Boston Mar 27 in an East vs. West showdown; the last time the two teams met, the Blackhawks got the win in a 3-2 SO. The Bruins will play 17 games in March, and will follow up the Original Six meeting with a four game road trip. The B’s enter the final stretch (25 games) with a seven-point lead in the Atlantic Division and will likely take the division title in 2014.
2/18/14 – The Bruins have five players in Sochi - Zdeno Chara, Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, Tuukka Rask and Loui Eriksson. Before the break, Boston finished 8-1-2 in the last 11 games, including a 7-2 drowning of the Ottawa Senators. The Bruins resume play Feb 26 in Buffalo before returning to Boston Mar 1 against the Capitals. Boston Bruin tickets in the home stretch are averaging $215; the first game back after the Olympics is the most expensive as Bruins tickets are averaging $259.
2/3/14 – The Bruins are anxiously awaiting the Canucks arrival in Boston as the two 2011 Stanley Cup Final opponents look to renew their rivalry. With both team’s rosters made up of members from the 2011 squads, and Vancouver defeating Boston in their last two meetings, it’s obvious why this highly anticipated matchup is averaging $126 at TD Garden. Will the intensity of the game lead to fights, ejections, and ultimate hatred against one another? Flashback to Jan 7, 2012, the first regular-season game following the Bruins first Stanley Cup Championship in 39 years, and you’ll recall just that. Return to the Garden Saturday when the Sens take the ice against the Bruins for a pricier $233 average, $125 get-in.
1/29/14 – The current Atlantic Division leaders have won four straight including a convincing win over the Panthers last night. With four of their next five games at home, Bruins fans will get the chance to see forward Chris Kelly back on the ice after missing 22 games with a broken right fibula. Get-in the door for about $30 during the upcoming home stretch. The average price of Boston Bruins tickets continues to go down, falling 21% since the start of the season and 17% since the start of 2014.
After finishing the 2012-13 season just two wins away from winning their second Stanley Cup in three years, the Bruins look to return to the Stanley Cup Finals again in 2014. After trading promising, but frustrating centre Tyler Seguin this offseason, the Bruins acquired 6-time NHL All-Star Jerome Iginla. Average price for a game at TD Garden this coming season is now $223. The Bruins will look for revenge against the Chicago Blackhawks at home on 3/27 in their most expensive game of the season, averaging $307.
2/25/13 - Boston completed an impressive sweep of Sidney Crosby's Pittsburgh Penguins in the Eastern Conference Finals on Friday night and advances to play the winner of the Blackhawks/Kings series in the Stanley Cup Finals. The Bruins will have home-ice advantage at TD Garden if it's LA, but not Chicago. Bruins Stanley Cup tickets to the first home game in Boston (date TBD) start at $449, and you'll find more 2013 Stanley Cup price trends on our tickets blog.