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Patrice Bergeron opened the scoring with his 200th goal, then added two assists in Boston’s four-goal second period.
The game will be shown on NBC.
It’s not yet known if Jonathan Toews will play Saturday against the Islanders.
Puck drop is set for 6 p.m. at TD Garden.
Here is a list of five interesting sports stories you may have missed this week.
The dark side of Twitter was on display after Canadiens defenseman P.K. Subban netted a game-winner last night.
The Bruins are the odds-on favorite to win the Cup.
They face nine games prior to the Olympic break, and eight of them are on the road — including games at Detroit, Minnesota, Vancouver, San Jose, Los Angeles, and Anaheim.
Patrick Kane scored in a shootout to lift the Chicago Blackhawks to a 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins on Sunday in a rematch of last season’s Stanley Cup finals.
I’d be a hypocrite if I called for Incognito to be denied work in a trade that he has skill for.
It’s inevitably going to happen. One of these days a player is going to die because of an illegal hit.
It was pay up time at the Greater Chicago Food Depository as Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick returned to his hometown to settle his wager with Illinois Governor Pat Quinn.
For the second time in four seasons, the Blackhawks celebrated their Stanley Cup Final victory in the streets of Chicago.
Before the Blackhawks celebrate their Stanley Cup championship with fans on Friday, they’re thanking Bruins fans and the city of Boston for their generosity during the playoffs.
The Blackhawks’ season was bookended by celebrations.
Following those two historic goals that led the Blackhawks to their second Stanley Cup victory in four seasons, bars all across the city of Chicago erupted.
They are the 2013 Chicago Blackhawks. The third-greatest team of all-time.
As the saying goes, payback is a…
Someway, somehow Jim Belushi wedged himself into the spotlight of the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup Final celebration.