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Bruins Are Back Wednesday After Olympic Break

Posted by bramantev on February 24th, 2014

After 17 days off, the Bruins are back in action Wednesday night against the Buffalo Sabres in Buffalo. The players for the Bruins that are returning from Sochi are all healthy and ready to play.  (more)
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Bruins leave Buffalo with 5-2 win and scars and stiches

Posted by Nicole Anzuoni on October 24th, 2013

Now is not a good time to be a Buffalo Sabres fan. (As if you would ever want to.) The Sabres, who have been winless in their first seven home games, are currently at their worst franchise in history. And last night the Boston Bruins left Buffalo with a 5-2 victory, not making anything better for them. (more)
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Bruins Fall in Shootout, Still Clinch Playoff Spot

Posted by Séan Milligan on April 18th, 2013

Despite blowing a late lead in the dwindling seconds of regulation the Bruins received a point for taking the game to overtime and secure a spot in the NHL playoffs. (more)
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Bruins Will Host Buffalo Tonight at Garden

Posted by Séan Milligan on April 17th, 2013

After Monday night’s game against Ottawa was postponed due to the tragedy at the Boston Marathon, hockey will resume at the Garden tonight. (more)
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This Week in Boston 4/14-4/19

Posted by Séan Milligan on April 14th, 2013

This week in Boston kicks off with a four game series where the Boston Red Sox will host division rivals the Tampa Bay Rays. (more)
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Bruins Seek Another Win Against Sabres Tonight In Buffalo

Posted by Séan Milligan on February 15th, 2013

The Bruins have only one loss in regulation so far this season. That game was their January 31st meeting with the Buffalo Sabres. (more)
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Bruins Lose to Sabres 7-4; Lose Thornton for 7-10 Days

Posted by Séan Milligan on February 1st, 2013

Less than three minutes into last nights Eastern Conference match-up Shawn Thornton and Buffalo’s John Scott squared off. (more)

Thomas Saves 33, Bruins Down Sabres

Posted by Ace Staff on November 4th, 2010

Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron and Blake Wheeler collectively posted three goals in the first period as Tim Thomas came up with 33 saves in total for the Boston Bruins to handle the Buffalo Sabres 5-2 yesterday at the HSBC Arena. Thomas believes he is playing his best since making his NHL debut back in 2002. “It was kind of something similar to this start,” he said. “I was able to ride that the whole year, so I hope the same thing happens.” Michael Ryder scored 2:11 into the second to make it 4-0 before Drew Stafford found the net on a power play for the Sabres later in the period. Andrej Sekera then cut the lead to two with 5:34 left in regulation, but Milan Lucic supplied the final dagger just minutes later on empty net. “Right now we’re feeling pretty good, but at the same time we can get better,” said Bruins captain Zdeno Chara. “There’s always room to improve. But overall, yeah, it’s nice to be winning.” The Bruins are scheduled to matchup with the Washington Capitals on Friday, November 5th before returning to the TD Garden to host the St Louis Blues the following day. Purchase your Boston Bruins tickets with us at Ace!

Bruins Top Sabres, Close Round 1

Posted by Ace Staff on April 27th, 2010

David Krejci scored two goals as Tuukka Rask collected 30 saves for the Boston Bruins to defeat the Buffalo Sabres yesterday at the TD Garden, advancing them to the Eastern Conference Semi-Final round. The Bruins have now won six of eight playoff series against the Sabres. “We wanted to close it out because we didn’t want to go back to Buffalo,” said Rask. “We knew it would be tough.” Krejci opened the festivities for the B’s with a power-play goal 13:39 into the first period. Mark Recchi then capitalized on another man-advantage at the start of the second just minutes before Patrick Kaleta was able to tack one on for Buffalo. The Bruins and Sabres battled with two goals apiece in the third block, resulting in a 4-3 victory for Boston. The Bruins will be set to face the Pittsburgh Penguins if the Washington Capitals win over the Montreal Canadiens in Game 7 tomorrow night. In the case that the Canadiens can pull out a victory, Boston will be matched up with the Philadelphia Flyers. Boston Bruins playoff tickets are now available!

Bruins Rally to Win in 2OT, Lead Series 3-1

Posted by Ace Staff on April 22nd, 2010

Miroslav Satan found the net with 7:41 left in 2OT for the Boston Bruins to claim their third win of the series over the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 yesterday at the TD Garden. The B’s now hold the 3-1 advantage after rallying back from a 0-2 deficit in the third period. “Finally, it’s over,” said Satan. “We have a 3-1 lead, so it’s a little more breathing space, but the whole series has been good hockey from both sides and great goaltending, and we know that’s not going to change.” Both Tuukka Rask and Ryan Miller were stellar in net with 37+ saves apiece. The final score was created through a power-play opportunity when officials sent Drew Stafford to the box for too many men on the ice. “I just jumped on. There’s not much to say,” said Stafford. “It’s just disappointing. But we don’t have time to dwell on it. We’ve got to get ready to play.” Buffalo has scored the initial goal this series in all four contests. They were 30-0-0 when leading after two periods through the regular season, but find themselves 1-2 when up in post-season play. Game 5 is set for Friday in Buffalo at 7:00 PM. Boston Bruins playoff tickets are still available!