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Posts Tagged ‘Florida Panthers’


Kreji’s Hat Trick Seals the Deal for the Bruins

Posted by bramantev on March 5th, 2014

Last night the Boston Bruins beat the Florida Panthers 4-1 in Boston. This was their first home win since the NHL break, and they made sure not to hold back, especially David Kreji.  (more)

Bruins Face the Panthers Tomorrow!

Posted by bramantev on March 3rd, 2014

Tomorrow night the Boston Bruins will take on the Florida Panthers at the TD Garden at 7:00 PM. In their last three match ups this season, the Bruins have trumped the Panthers all three times. But it will take a lot more than past history for the Bruins to secure their win tomorrow night.  (more)

Boston Bruins Beat Thomas

Posted by bramantev on January 29th, 2014

With his return back to the good ole TD Garden, Tim Thomas had high expectations for this game. However, the Florida Panthers were rocked last night by the Boston Bruins top line of Krejci, Lucic, and Iginla with a 6-2 win.  (more)

Atlantic Division Matchup Tuesday Night

Posted by bramantev on January 27th, 2014

The number one spot Boston Bruins (32-15-3) play the Florida Panthers number seven (21-24-7) in tomorrow night’s Atlantic division game. The Boston Bruins will host the NHL game at 7:00pm at the TD Garden. (more)

Bruins defeat Panthers and keep team on losing streak

Posted by Nicole Anzuoni on November 8th, 2013

On Thursday night, the Boston Bruins earned another win against the Florida Panthers. But this time, it was on the B’s home turf and lacked a Tim Thomas match-up. (more)
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Tim Thomas will not play in tonight’s game against Boston

Posted by Nicole Anzuoni on November 7th, 2013

The Boston Bruins and Florida Panthers will face each other tonight at the TD Garden. And while former Boston goaltender, Tim Thomas was expected to make his debut return as an opponent, he will not be playing tonight. (more)

Bruins beat Tim Thomas 3-2 last night

Posted by Nicole Anzuoni on October 18th, 2013

14,440 attendees were expected to watch the Florida Panthers face the Boston Bruins at the BB&T Center last night. The number of attendees turned out to be much less than that, however, last night’s game was a must-watch event: Boston secured a 3-2 win against former Bruin goaltender, Tim Thomas. And I believe the Panthers played as well. (more)

Bruins face Tim Thomas tonight… and the Panthers too

Posted by Nicole Anzuoni on October 17th, 2013

The Florida Panthers are one of the Atlantic Division’s struggling teams and the Boston Bruins have already suffered two losses this season: tonight’s game typically wouldn’t stand out. Except, however, former Bruin and two-time Vezina Trophy winner, Tim Thomas will be starting for the Panthers. (more)
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Tim Thomas returns to ice feeling “reborn”

Posted by Nicole Anzuoni on September 19th, 2013

In the past year, Tim Thomas has constructed  townhouses, hunted alligators, and even completed some business projects here and there. The two Vezina trophy and Stanley Cup holder, however, hasn’t played hockey in a year and a half. On Tuesday, September 17, Tim Thomas finally returned on the ice to practice with the Florida Panthers. (more)

Bruins Edge Panthers in Shootout

Posted by Ace Staff on December 28th, 2010

Blake Wheeler notched the only score in yesterday’s shootout to lift his Boston Bruins past the Florida Panthers 3-2 at the BankAtlantic Center. Wheeler lost control at first while trying to deke Panthers goalie Scott Clemmensen, regaining control to fire one in off the right post to solidify the victory. “The puck went where I wanted it to go, but I just kind of didn’t have the handle I wanted to on it,” said Wheeler. “It just kind of snuck off my stick there. Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good, right?” Tim Thomas came up with 32 saves for Boston, shutting down the Panthers attack in all three shootout attempts in the end. “We had opportunities at different points in the game to extend the one-goal lead to two, some point-blank chances. And Thomas either made a save or we just missed,” said Florida coach Pete DeBoer. “You let a team like that hang around, that’s what happens.” After a defensive heavy first period the Panthers outscored Boston 2-1 in the second. David Krejci found the net 10:35 in the third block for his second goal of the night, eventually setting the stage for Wheeler and Thomas to deliver in the end. The Bruins are set to matchup with the Lightning, Thrashers, Sabres and Maple Leafs on the road this week before returning to the TD Garden to host the Minnesota Wild Thursday, January 3rd. Boston Bruins tickets are now available!