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  1. B's recall D Miller from Providence

    Joe McDonald

    The Bruins have recalled defenseman Kevan Miller from the Providence Bruins of the AHL on an emergency basis. With injuries to defensemen Adam McQuaid and Dennis Seidenberg, the Bruins are in need of defensive help. Miller will be available to pla...

    Blog | November 20, 2013
  2. B's send Svedberg, Spooner to Providence

    Joe McDonald

    The Boston Bruins made four roster transactions Saturday, sending forwards Ryan Spooner, Matt Fraser, Matt Lindblad and goaltender Niklas Svedberg to Providence of the AHL. Currently, the Bruins have 14 forwards, eight defensemen and two goaltende...

    Blog | September 28, 2013
  3. Hennessy eager to prove his worth to B's

    Joe McDonald

    BOSTON -- When the Bruins made the decision on Monday to recall forward Josh Hennessy from the Providence Bruins, it signified a homecoming for the Brockton, Mass., native. Hennessy, 27, participated in the Bruins' morning skate on Tuesday as the...

    Blog | February 14, 2012
  4. Ranking the NHL coaches

    Terry Frei

    What to make of all the coaching changes over the past few months? Terry Frei ranks all the bench bosses, minus that one open gig on the Island.

    Story | Conversation | August 01, 2008
  5. Lamoriello behind bech after Robinson resigns

    Lou Lamoriello stepped in as Devils coach on Monday after Larry Robinson surprisingly stepped down just 32 games into what has, so far, been a disappointing season.

    Story | Conversation | December 20, 2005
  6. Bruins have yet to assign McEachern to AHL

    The Rangers claimed forward Colton Orr off waivers from the Bruins, and B's forward Shawn McEachern cleared waivers.

    Story | Conversation | November 29, 2005
  7. Rookie leads Boston over Rangers

    Rookie center Carl Corazzini scored his first two NHL goals Tuesday night to lead the Boston Bruins to a 4-1 victory over the host New York Rangers.

    Recap | Box Score | Conversation | January 20, 2004