Hockey News A Bruin, November 25, 2013


Nov 25, 2013; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask (40) makes a save against the Pittsburgh Penguins during the first period at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports

The Bruins allowed a literal last second goal from Sidney Crosby to allow the Pittsburgh Penguins to take tonight’s game into overtime. Thankfully, Torey Krug and Claude Julien’s three attackers/ one d-man alignment worked it’s magic again in OT. Krug got the game winner past Marc-Andre Fleury just thirty six four seconds into the period to give the Bruins the 4-3 win. Here’s our take on the victory (Causeway Crowd).

Behind the B has had four episodes so far, and it’s given us a lot of behind the scenes looks at our favorite team in hockey. There are also a bunch of outtakes that show the Bruins in some humorous and a few hilarious scenes. Check them out here. (Boston Bruins)

Here is what the Pittsburgh Penguins thought of the last second heroics and the fall in overtime. (Pittsburgh Penguins)

Joe Haggerty over at Comcast New England has updated his power rankings for the NHL teams, and the Boston Bruins have made some forward momentum in their attempt to be the number one team in hockey. See where the Bruins and your other favorite teams(if that’s possible) are in the rankings here: (CSNNE)

The Bruins are a class organization (no matter what Habs fans say). When Steven Stamkos went down at the TD Garden, it looked as if he was done for the season. Two weeks after surgery, Stamkos is walking without crutches or any protection on that broken leg. While talking with the press, he revealed the Bruins captain Zdeno Chara reached out to him on behalf of the Bruins players, and head coach Claude Julien visited him in the hospital. The NHL is the biggest fraternity on the ice, and the Bruins understand that all too well. (Comcast)