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Should the Boston Bruins Commit to Jarome Iginla Beyond 2013-14?

Posted 03/24/2014 - 17:47 by HockeyPolls

Delete his 2-2 equalizer and his empty netter and it would not matter. Jarome Iginla would still stand out as an influential factor in the Boston Bruins’ 12th consecutive victory this past Saturday.

Why a High Volume of Road Games Will Benefit the Boston Bruins

Posted 03/17/2014 - 17:00 by HockeyPolls

With a 27-7-2 home record entering Monday’s action, the Boston Bruins have little left to prove at TD Garden.

With 10 of their final 14 games on the road, they have a bevy of to-do tasks and potential gains ahead of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs.

Breaking Down Tuukka Rask's Vezina Chances with 1 Month Left in the Season

Posted 03/16/2014 - 18:02 by HockeyPolls

It is a safe bet that Boston Bruins goaltender Tuukka Rask will counter Semyon Varlamov when his team visits the Colorado Avalanche 

Deep, Balanced Offense Keys Boston Bruins to Season-High 5-Game Win Streak

Posted 03/10/2014 - 20:00 by HockeyPolls

The Boston Bruins cemented their first five-game winning streak of the 2013-14 NHL season Sunday evening with a 5-2 road victory over the Florida Panthers.

How Important Is Playoff Seeding for the Boston Bruins?

Posted 03/09/2014 - 20:59 by HockeyPolls

The Boston Bruins began the final quarter of the 2013-14 regular season by docking the Tampa Bay Lightning’s dwindling hopes for first place in the Atlantic Division.

Will Boston Bruins' Iginla-Krejci-Lucic Line Stay Consistent Down the Stretch?

Posted 03/03/2014 - 19:06 by HockeyPolls

Jarome Iginla, the 36-year-old elder statesman of the Boston Bruins' strike force, made like a father returning home from a protracted absence late in Sunday night’s first period. His linemates and teammates acted accordingly to halt a slump before it could gain substantial traction.

What to Expect from David Krejci and Zdeno Chara in Czech Republic vs. Slovakia

Posted 02/17/2014 - 20:52 by HockeyPolls

As one of his country’s top forwards, David Krejci can impact an Olympic elimination rivalry bout by accentuating the Czech Republic’s physical energy. Fellow Boston Bruins player Zdeno Chara can offset that potential discrepancy by leading Slovakia in a charge to build on a burst of psychological "oomph."

The Biggest Question for Every Boston Bruin in Sochi

Three of the five Boston Bruins players competing in the Sochi Olympics have joined their respective countries in earning a quarterfinal bye. The other two, Slovakia’s Zdeno Chara and the Czech Republic’s David Krejci, will square off on Tuesday for the right to advance in the playoff round.

How Should the Boston Bruins Fill Zdeno Chara's Void Before the Olympic Break?

Posted 02/03/2014 - 19:15 by HockeyPolls

As of this past Saturday, the Boston Bruins know that defenseman Zdeno Chara will miss each of their last two games before the Olympic break.

Why David Krejci Will Be The Top Boston Bruin To Watch at Sochi 2014

There is no shortage of mystery as to why David Krejci does not seem to carry the same big-name, big-game persona as some of his fellow Olympic-bound Boston Bruins.

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