The Boston Bruins keep on rolling with a 6-2 win over the Buffalo Sabres.
The Boston Bruins have done all they can and now it’s time for Jake DeBrusk to do the same.
Will Boston Bruins goalie Jeremy Swayman have to surrender his number to the rafters soon?
That and more in the BHN Daily:
Craig Smith scored his first hat trick in a Boston Bruins uniform; David Krejci stayed hot with three helpers on all three Smith goals and Nick Ritchie had a goal and an assist in a 6-2 win over the Sabres for the Bruins. Joe Haggerty has your ‘Talking Points’. (Boston Hockey Now)
Time and patience seem to be running out with Boston Bruins winger Jake DeBrusk. DeBrusk has just one goal in his last 14 games and has only lit the lamp four times in 35 games. He was a healthy scratch Tuesday and Thursday and failed to light the lamp or have a significant impact on Saturday. (Boston Hockey Now)
Boston Bruins winger Brad Marchand, Toronto Maple Leafs center Auston Matthews, Colorado Avalanche center Nathan MacKinnon and Carolina Hurricanes center Sebastian Aho were named as the NHL’s Four Stars for the month of April. Marchand led the NHL in points with 24 and goals with 14 in 17 games in April. He also led the NHL in shorthanded goals with three and game-winning goals with four to help the Bruins to an 11-5-1 record in April. (NHL)
Could rookie phenom goalie Jeremy Swayman have to surrender his No. 1 to the rafters soon? Hall of Fame hockey scribe Larry Brooks thinks it’s long overdue for the Bruins to retire the number for hall of fame goalie Frank Brimsek. (NY Post)
Boston Bruins GM Don Sweeney may end up being happy he held back on another trade. As reported here numerous times, the Bruins expressed interest in Vancouver Canucks winger Jake Virtanen in the offseason and leading into the 2021 NHL Trade Deadline. Well, Virtanen has been put on leave from the Canucks after a sexual misconduct allegation. Disaster averted? (TSN)
Quebec is hard on their own when they play for the Montreal Canadiens. (Montreal Gazette)
Friend of BHN, Kevin Paul Dupont looks at a Norris worthy season for former Harvard star defenseman Adam Fox (Boston Globe)