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BOSTON (CBS) – The hometown hockey team will be without winger Simon Gagne indefinitely.
Gagne, 34, missed Bruins practice on Tuesday, and head coach Claude Julien revealed Wednesday morning to the assembled media that the veteran forward is taking an “indefinite leave.” 184 more words
Simon Gagne missed his second straight day of practice on Wednesday, a situation that raised eyebrows after Boston head coach Claude Julien said the veteran winger’s on an “ 213 more words
The Boston Bruins began their four-game western road trip with a 3-2 to loss in Anaheim Monday night.
Brad Marchand opened the scoring with his sixth of the season; however, the Ducks responded with three straight to snap a two-game skid. 307 more words
In what should have been Andrew Ference’s 2nd return to Boston, the B’s beat the Oilers 5-2 despite being down 2-1 halfway through the 3rd. After the refs blew the whistle way too early, costing David Krejci a goal, the 3rd line responded with a great rush up the ice that netted a Loui Eriksson goal, and then Carl Soderberg and Dougie Hamilton added power play goals within the next few minutes. 192 more words