Pascal Dupuis

DJ Bean
December 11, 2015 - 1:54 pm
[caption id="attachment_55029" align="alignright" width="400"] Blood clot issues caused Pascal Dupuis to announce his retirement this week. (Matt Kincald/Getty Images)[/caption] Adam McQuaid doesn'€™t know Pascal Dupuis. All he'€™s heard from mutual friends is what a great guy he is. He does,...
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DJ Bean
December 30, 2013 - 2:48 pm
Chris Kelly took the ice Monday night, but unfortunately for the injured Bruins forward, he wasn't skating. Instead he was standing on the ice at Fenway Park as some of his Bruins teammates took part in an open skate as part of Frozen Fenway. Rather than skates, Kelly was wearing the walking boot...
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DJ Bean
June 05, 2013 - 10:23 am
Two years ago, scoring the goal didn't necessarily mean anything huge early in the Eastern Conference. The team that scored the first goal between the Bruins and Lightning went 2-3 in the first five games of the season, proving that getting on the board early is important, but it isn't everything...
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Mike Petraglia
January 20, 2011 - 7:08 am
Bruins rookie defenseman Steve Kampfer , sporting stitches on his right nostril, said he will try to play with his broken nose for now. But Kampfer said surgery is a possibility if his breathing is affected. Kampfer left last Saturday's game with a bloodied and broken nose when Zdeno Chara 's stick...
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Mike Petraglia
January 15, 2011 - 11:11 am
Rookie defenseman Steve Kampfer was sent to the hospital with a broken nose after being bloodied by teammate Zdeno Chara 57 seconds into the second period. Chara became entangled with Pittsburgh's Pascal Dupuis in the offensive corner when Kampfer came skating by, catching Chara's stick in the face...
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March 07, 2010 - 12:40 pm
Summary -- For the last time ever in the regular season the Bruins travelled to Pittsburgh to play in Mellon Arena against the Penguins and came away  losers by a 2-1 score in a Sunday matinee. Tim Thomas got his third straight start for Boston and took the loss with 27 of saves. The Penguins Marc...
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March 07, 2010 - 11:35 am
With the Penguins handing the Bruins multiple opportunities with penalties, it was just a matter of time before Boston broke through. Evgeni Malkin won the dubious distinction of being the man who committed the penalty (hooking - 2:15) that helped get the Bruins on the board. David Krejci put the...
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