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After another season of sitting out the sidelines, the Boston Bruins are more ready than ever to hold the coveted Stanley Cup in their hands. To amend some of the weaknesses, the team has made some alterations to the roster. They have added David Backes, Riley Nash and Anton Khudobin to provide some assistance on the ice. After saying farewell to David Backes and Dennis Seidenberg, the team is hopeful that these changes will provide the necessary boost to get them to the playoffs this year. You can get your tickets to catch all the action of the 2016-2017 season in person. Razorgator has tickets for all games, with prices starting at $9.
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A third-place finish in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference earned the Boston Bruins a berth in the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs. The race to be crowned the NHL’s best began for the Bruins in a first-round series with the Ottawa Senators, a fellow Atlantic Division foe that finished just three points ahead of them in the league standings.
Boston took game one in Ottawa, scoring a 2-1 victory in a defensive affair. Boston scored both goals in the third and final period. Game two belonged to Ottawa, with the Bruins falling 4-3 in overtime. It was a tough way to lose for the Bruins, which led 3-1 heading into the third period. Game three ended with identical 4-3 overtime loss for Boston once again.
By finishing the season with a 44-31-7 record, the Boston Bruins placed third in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The Bruins qualified for the NHL playoffs, drawing Ottawa in the first round. Boston got off to the start it was looking for by pulling off a tough 2-1 victory on April 12 in Ottawa.
The Bruins had to fight hard for the victory, overcoming a slow start to gain a 1-0 series advantage. The Bruins trailed 1-0 heading into the final period but managed goals from Frank Vatrano and Brad Marchand to pull out the come-from-behind win.
The two teams met on April 15 in Ottawa. On Monday, the series moves to Boston.
The Boston Bruins have secured their spot in the playoffs, but much is still up in the air. Postseason seeding will depend on how Boston finishes out the regular season, which ends on Saturday after two more home games. One particularly important factor is Thursday’s showdown with Ottawa; a win could help Boston secure home ice advantage come next week’s postseason games. Forward Brad Marchand may not be in in action Thursday because he is awaiting discipline from the NHL for handing Jake Dotchin a stick shot to the groin in retaliation during Tuesday’s game with Tampa Bay. Get tickets to see Boston take on Ottawa this Thursday, April 6. Tickets start at $53.
With the end of the regular season drawing near, the Boston Bruins are fighting for a coveted NHL Playoffs spot. Heading into its March 30 game against Dallas, the Bruins were in fourth place in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The top eight teams in each conference will qualify for the postseason.
After facing Dallas, the Bruins only have five games left to slip into the playoffs. A pair of wins of the New York Islanders, 2-1 on March 25, and the Nashville Predators, 4-1 on March 28, helped Boston inch ever closer to the postseason.
Boston is 12th in the NHL in both goals scored per game and goals allowed per game. The team is also third in penalty kill percentage.
The Boston Bruins have lost their last three outings. Their most recent loss was a close one against the Senators on March 21. After allowing the Senators an early goal, David Krejci scored a power play goal to tie the game. The Senators got ahead in the second period, but seconds into the third period Torey Krug scored an unassisted goal to once again equalize. However, the Bruins eventually fell when the Senators scored one more goal. The Bruins host the Lightning on the 23, and then they head to New York to play the Islanders on the 25 before returning home to host the Predators on the 28 and the Stars on the 30. Get your tickets now for prices starting at $46.
With the NHL season winding down, the Boston Bruins are still in the thick of things in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. As of March 15, the Bruins were in third place in the division, sporting a 37-26-6 mark. Sporting 80 points, Boston is five points behind second-place Ottawa and six points behind division leader Montreal.
The Bruins are currently a solid 11th in the NHL in goals per game and 10th in goals allowed per contest. The Bruins won three in a row heading into it their March 15 game at Calgary. Boston beat Detroit 6-2, Philadelphia 2-1 and Vancouver 6-3 on March 8, 11 and 13, respectively.
With less than a month to go until the 2017 NHL Playoffs, the Boston Bruins have their eyes on the prize. They hosted the Detroit Red Wings at TD Garden on Wednesday night, where they proceeded to display their dominance all three periods of the game. In fact, the Bruins were unstoppable from the get-go with four unanswered goals in the first period. Ultimately, that effort was enough to allow them to coast to the 6-1 victory. Boston’s next home game isn’t until March 21, when they take on the feisty Ottawa Senators. Tickets are currently on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as just $46.
The Boston Bruins are on an absolute tear coming into the final games of the season. They have only lost one of their last seven matches and are looking strong. Boston added another win to their record on Tuesday night, when they hosted the Arizona Coyotes. The Bruins had the momentum from the beginning, scoring an unanswered goal in the first period. They really turned things on in the second period, finding the goal three more times. Ultimately, Boston won the game 4-1 and increased their odds of earning a trip to the playoffs. Catch them in action on Saturday, March 4, when they host the New Jersey Devils. Tickets are $109.
With a 26-23-6 record heading into its Feb. 9 game with San Jose, the Boston Bruins sit in fourth place in the Atlantic Division. The Bruins have 58 points, just two points from being tied for second with Ottawa and Toronto.
The Bruins began February by losing a pair of close games. Boston fell at Washington 5-3 on Feb. 1 and then lost to Toronto 6-5 on Feb. 4. Brad Marchand scored two of Boston’s goals against Washington, giving him 23 on the season. David Krejci scored the team’s other goal. Three nights later, David Pastrnak scored twice against Toronto, but it wasn’t enough to get the victory. The Bruins host Monteal on Sunday.
The Boston Bruins beat the Flyers on Saturday, January 14. Unfortunately, after this win, they lost to the Islanders 4-0 and then fell to the Red Wings in a shootout on January 18. In the game against the Red Wings, the Burins got on the board first for an early lead, closing out the first period ahead 4-1. Then, the Red Wings rallied, sending the game to overtime. The Bruins will look to get a win when they play the Blackhawks on January 20. Then, they head to Pittsburgh to the play the Penguins on the 22 before coming back home to host the Red Wings on the 24 and the Penguins on the 26. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at $19.
It’s a sad time for the Boston Bruins and fans alike, as they said goodbye to the legendary Milt Schmidt this week. The former player passed away on Wednesday at the age of 98. He was known for his unwavering pride in his team among many contributions to the sport. This news comes on the heels of a terrible loss against the New Jersey Devils on Monday night. Boston did not just lose they game; they were shut out completely. The home team dominated the match and came away with the victory 3-0. The Bruins will try to hold their spirits together Thursday night, when they host the Edmonton Oilers. Tickets are $94.
In the last eight games that the Boston Bruins have played, three of them have gone into overtime. The Bruins have been able to pull off one win during those overtime games, but overall they are having a hard time finishing teams off or coming back from being behind. On Tuesday this week, the Bruins hit the ice to play against the New York Islanders. The Bruins fell behind early when they scored zero points to the Islanders three points in the first two periods. They rallied back in the third period to put two pucks in the back of the net, but it was too late to catch up. Cheer the Bruins on to a victory when you buy tickets for their next game on December 27.
The Boston Bruins have won their last three games in a row, two of which went into overtime. Their latest victory was on December 5 against the Panthers. Boston got on the board first when Tim Schaller scored in the first period. It was soon equalized, but Boston got ahead again when David Pastrnak scored late in the second period. After the game was tied again, David Backes scored to get ahead. However, the Panthers scored again, sending the game into overtime. Pastrnak scored during overtime for the win. The Bruins play the Capitals in Washington and then head home to host the Avalanche and Maple Leafs on the 7, 8 and 10 respectively. You can still get tickets for $19 and up.
After beating the Jets 4-1 on November 19, the Boston Bruins lost their next two games against the Blues and Senators respectively. Against the Jets, the defense was strong and held the Jets to just 12 shots on goal, a season low for shots allowed. After a scoreless first period, Matt Beleskey, Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron all scored to give the Bruins a strong lead. Tim Schaller added another one in the fourth, and the Jets got one sole goal late in the game. The Bruins next host the Flames on the 25 and the Lightning on the 27 before heading to Philadelphia to play the Flyers on the 29. You can still get tickets for prices starting at $19.
The Boston Bruins are now ranked fifth in the Atlantic Davison after losing to the Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday. It was a tough loss for a team that is still struggling to get any momentum going. The Canadiens ultimately took home the win 3 - 2 on home turf. Now, the Bruins will shore themselves up for a weeklong road trip. They return to TD Garden on Saturday, November 19 to host the Winnipeg Jets. Boston needs all the support it can get, so buy your tickets to the game to be there and cheer on the home team. Availability is high and prices currently start as low as $75.
The Boston Bruins came off of a tough loss against Montreal on October 22, but hit the ice just three days later to take on the Minnesota Wild. The Bruins and Wild were able to hold each other off during the first period. However, the Wild turned on the gas during the second period and scored a lofty four goals in that period alone. The Bruins weren’t able to compose themselves after letting so many go, leaving them completely scoreless to end the game. See if the Bruins can pull it together when they storm the rink against the Detroit Red Wings on October 29. Razorgator still has tickets available for the game, so don’t wait a moment longer and purchase them today.
The start of the 2016-2017 season has arrived, and the Boston Bruins are ready for their start when they play the Blue Jackets on October 13 for their season opener. The Bruins had a solid preseason, going 4-3. Their latest preseason victory was against the Flyers. After a scoreless game, the game went into overtime. Forward Ryan Spooner found the net with just over three minutes left in the overtime period to grab the victory for the Bruins. Although the season starts this week, their home opener will not happen until their fourth game on October 20. There is still time to get tickets to any game this season. Prices for the home opener on the 20 start at $53.
The Boston Bruins are preparing for the 2016-2017 season. They worked hard for months to try to sign Jimmy Vesey to help out the team, but Vesey decided to sign with the Rangers instead. The team will need to strengthen their defense. If they do not bring someone in from the outside, then they will need to look for options already available on their team. Colin Miller and Joe Morrow could provide some strong defensive action. The Bruins will work hard during training camp and prepare to come out strong on September 26 when they host the Blue Jackets for their first preseason game. Tickets are on sale now for prices starting at $10.