Shelby Lefebvre

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Bruins begin 4-game Homestand against Calgary


The Bruins will back to Boston after a big victory against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night, now only one point out of 1st place in the East. The Bruins continue to be the team to beat in...

Northeast Division Review


It's a tight race right now in the Northeast Division with only three points standing between first and fifth place. The Boston Bruins are without a doubt the team to beat right now, as they're...

Bruins Compost Leafs, Send Toronto to First Loss of Season


Sometimes in hockey, offense sets the tone for a game early. Sometimes, defense does. In Thursday night’s tilt, it was just hard work that set the tone. Two first-period Toronto penalties led to...

Western Conference Preview


Let's face it, the Western Conference is going to have another tight race to the top 8, another one that will come down the very last game of the regular season. So, who takes the entire...

And the Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 Season is...


After almost a month of voting, it all came down to Nathan Horton's Game 7 OT winner vs. the bloodbath of a line brawl against Montreal. And after 255 votes, the winner is.. Nathan Horton's Game 7...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 Season: Campbell vs. Line Brawl + Goalie Fight


It isn't too surprising to see the last two moments of the regular season come down to the two most memorable games against the Habs. Both moments were figurative and literal slaps in the faces of...

Greatest moment of the 2010-11 season: 5 third-period-goal-comeback vs. Campbell


Today's second round moments come from the epic five three-period goals comeback against the star-studded Pittsburgh Penguins, and a nasty 3-on-5 goal from Gregory Campbell during the 7-0 blowout...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 Season: Chara vs. Montreal


Today starts round two of the Greatest moment of the 2010-11 regular season. In round one, Zdeno Chara's grandiose hat trick celebration eliminated Marc Savard's emotional return, while the...

Greatest moment of the 2010-2011 season: Atlanta vs. Campbell


  Today’s pair of moments showcases two important aspects of the Boston Bruins: heart and skill. Back in December, Atlanta learned quickly that if you mess with one Bruin, you mess with them all....

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 Save of the Year vs. 5 Third Period Goals


  Today's moments come from early in the regular season. Tim Thomas makes the "save of the season," and the Bruins rally for an explosive 5-goal comeback in the third period against the Penguins.  ...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Dallas vs. Montreal


  The next two moments define the old saying, "I went to a fight and a hockey game broke out." They feature back-to-back-to-back fights, a line brawl, and even a goalie fight. The first moment...

Greatest Moment of the 2010-11 season: Chara vs. Savard


In the next couple of weeks we will be bringing you sixteen of the top moments of the Boston Bruins 2010-11 season. We have separated the nominees into two categories: Post season and regular...

Bruins Player Report Card 2010-2011: Brad Marchand


Grade: A- Back in October, if I asked you to guess which rookie would score 21 goals, or 20 assists, who would you have said? Which rookie would you have thought would pot 11 goals in the Cup run?...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Milan Lucic


Grade: A- Milan Lucic was one of several Bruins who had a career season. Sparked by a slower 09-10 season that was riddled with injuries, Lucic was back with a vengeance. By the regular season's...

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Shawn Thornton


#Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Shawn Thornton

Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Johnny Boychuk


#Bruins Player Report Cards 2010-11: Johnny Boychuk

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