2008 boston bruins roster

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2007-2008 Roster

#NPlayerABornBirthplaceHTWTS
GOALTENDERS
#29 Alex Auld (G) 40 1981 Cold Lake, AB, CAN 193 98 L
#35
Manny Fernandez (G) 47 1974 Etobicoke, ON, CAN 183 94 L
#40 Tuukka Rask (G) 34 1987 Savonlinna, FIN 190 80 L
#30 Tim Thomas (G) 47 1974 Flint, MI, USA 180 91 L
DEFENSEMEN
#41 Andrew Alberts (D) 40 1981 Minneapolis, MN, USA 195 99 L
#38 Bobby Allen (D) 42 1978 Weymouth, MA, USA 183 91 L
#33
Zdeno Chára (D)   “C” 44 1977 Trencin, SVK 205 113 L
#21 Andrew Ference (D) 42 1979 Edmonton, AB, CAN 180 83 L
#34 Shane Hnidy (D) 45 1975 Neepawa, MB, CAN 188 92 R
#48 Matt Hunwick (D) 36 1985 Warren, MI, USA 180 88 L
#49 Matt Lashoff (D) 35 1986 East Greenbush, NY, USA 188 94 L
#45 Mark Stuart (D) 37 1984 Rochester, MN, USA 187 98 L
#44 Aaron Ward (D) 48 1973 Windsor, ON, CAN 188 95 R
#6 Dennis Wideman (D) 38 1983 Kitchener, ON, CAN 183 92 R
FORWARDS
#11 Per-Johan Axelsson (LW) 46 1975 Kungälv, SWE 186 85 L
#37 Patrice Bergeron (C)   “A” 36 1985 L'Ancienne-Lorette, QC, CAN 185 88 R
#10
Brandon Bochenski (RW/C) 39 1982 Blaine, MN, USA 184 85 R
#32 Jeff Hoggan (RW/LW) 43 1978 Hope, BC, CAN 185 88 L
#81 Phil Kessel (RW/C) 34 1987 Madison, WI, USA 182 92 R
#12 Chuck Kobasew (RW) 39 1982 Osoyoos, BC, CAN 183 87 R
#46 David Krejci (C) 35 1986 Sternberk, CZE 183 85 R
#17 Milan Lucic (LW) 33 1988 Vancouver, BC, CAN 191 105 L
#50 Glen Metropolit (C) 47 1974 Toronto, ON, CAN 179 90 R
#27 Glen Murray (RW)   “A” 48 1972 Halifax, NS, CAN 191 99 R
#56 Petteri Nokelainen (C) 35 1986 Imatra, FIN 185 86 R
#42 Pascal Pelletier (LW/C) 38 1983 Labrador City, NL, CAN 180 90 L
#53 Jeremy Reich (LW) 42 1979 Craik, SK, CAN 185 89 L
#91 Marc Savard (C) 44 1977 Ottawa, ON, CAN 178 87 L
#72 Peter Schaefer (LW) 44 1977 Yellow Grass, SK, CAN 180 88 L
#60 Vladimir Sobotka (C/LW) 34 1987 Trebic, CZE 180 89 L
#16 Marco Sturm (LW) 43 1978 Dingolfing, GER 181 88 L
#22 Shawn Thornton (RW) 44 1977 Oshawa, ON, CAN 187 98 R
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GOALIES
NamePosAgeBirthdateBirthplaceHTWTSC
CAManny FernandezG341974-08-27Etobicoke, Ontario6'0"207L
CATuukka RaskG211987-03-10Savonlinna, Finland6'3"176L
CATim ThomasG341974-04-15Flint, Michigan5'11"201L
DEFENSEMEN
NamePosAgeBirthdateBirthplaceHTWTSC
CASteve MontadorD291979-12-21Vancouver, British Columbia6'0"209R
CAJohnny BoychukD241984-01-19Edmonton, Alberta6'2"227R
CAMark StuartD241984-04-27Rochester, Minnesota6'2"216L
CAAaron WardD351973-01-17Windsor, Ontario6'2"209R
CADennis WidemanD251983-03-20Kitchener, Ontario6'0"201R
CAMatt HunwickD231985-05-21Warren, Michigan5'11"201L
CAZdeno CharaD311977-03-18Trenc�n, Slovakia6'9"249L
CAAndrew FerenceD291979-03-17Edmonton, Alberta5'11"183L
CAShane HnidyD331975-11-08Neepawa, Manitoba6'2"205R
CAMatt LashoffD221986-09-29East Greenbush, New York6'2"205L
FORWARDS
NamePosAgeBirthdateBirthplaceHTWTSC
CAPetteri NokelainenF221986-01-16Imatra, Finland6'1"190R
CADavid Krejc�F221986-04-28Sternberk, Czech Republic6'0"187R
CAMartin St. PierreF251983-08-11Ottawa, Ontario5'9"185L
CAMark RecchiF401968-02-01Kamloops, British Columbia5'10"194L
CAMarco SturmF301978-09-08Dingolfing, Germany6'0"194L
CAMichael RyderF281980-03-31St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador6'0"185R
CAVladimir SobotkaF211987-07-02Trebic, Czech Republic5'11"190L
CAMarc SavardF311977-07-17Ottawa, Ontario5'10"192L
CAMartins KarsumsF221986-02-26Riga, Latvia5'10"194R
CAShawn ThorntonF311977-07-23Oshawa, Ontario6'1"216R
CAMikko LehtonenF211987-04-01Espoo, Finland6'4"218R
CAStephane YelleF341974-05-09Ottawa, Ontario6'2"183L
CAPer-Johan AxelssonF331975-02-26Kung�lv, Sweden6'1"187L
CAMilan LucicF201988-06-07Vancouver, British Columbia6'3"231L
CAPatrice BergeronF231985-07-24L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec6'1"194R
CABlake WheelerF221986-08-31Robbinsdale, Minnesota6'5"225R
CAByron BitzF241984-07-21Saskatoon, Saskatchewan6'5"216R
CAPhil KesselF211987-10-02Madison, Wisconsin6'0"203R
CAChuck KobasewF261982-04-17Vancouver, British Columbia6'0"192R

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Boston Bruins

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 53-19-4 (SO: 0-6) - 116 points
in the NHL's Northeast Division
Lost in 2nd Round
Coach: Claude Julien (53-19, 10 OTL)

2008-09 Boston Bruins Statistics

The Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League ended the 2008-09 season with a record of 53 wins and 19 losses (and 4 overtime losses), with a 0-6 showing in shootouts for 116 points in the NHL's Northeast Division.

The team topped the league with just 196 goals allowed. The team scored 274 goals. Phil Kessel netted 36 goals for the team, while Marc Savard contributed 63 assists. Tim Thomas recorded 36 wins for the squad, and Manny Fernandez added 15 or more victories also. Tim Thomas recorded a 2.1 goals against average, leading goalies with significant playing time. Claude Julien coached the team. The 2008-09 Boston Bruins lost in the in 2nd Round of the playoffs.

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PlayerPos.Birth DateHeightWeightS/CHometown
P.J. AxelssonLFebruary 26, 19756'1"175LKungalv, Sweden
Patrice BergeronCJuly 24, 19856'0"186RAncienne-Lorette, QC Canada
Byron BitzRJuly 21, 19846'5"215RSaskatoon, SK Canada
Johnny BoychukDJanuary 19, 19846'2"225REdmonton, AB Canada
Zdeno CharaDMarch 18, 19776'9"255LTrencin, Slovakia
Andrew FerenceDMarch 17, 19795'11"189LEdmonton, AB Canada
Manny FernandezGAugust 27, 19746'0"207LEtobicoke, ON Canada
Shane HnidyDNovember 8, 19756'2"204RBrandon, MB Canada
Matt HunwickDMay 21, 19855'11"190LWarren, MI USA
Martins KarsumsRFebruary 26, 19865'10"198LRiga, Latvia
Phil KesselCOctober 2, 19876'0"180RMadison, WI USA
Chuck KobasewRApril 17, 19826'0"192RVancouver, BC Canada
David KrejciCApril 28, 19866'0"177RSternderk, Czech Republic
Matt LashoffDSeptember 29, 19866'2"204LAlbany, NY USA
Mikko LehtonenRApril 1, 19876'3"196REspoo, Finland
Milan LucicLJune 7, 19886'4"220LVancouver, BC Canada
Steve MontadorDDecember 21, 19796'0"205RVancouver, ON Canada
Petteri NokelainenCJanuary 16, 19866'1"191RImatra, Finland
Tuukka RaskGMarch 10, 19876'2"171LSavonlinna, Finland
Mark RecchiRFebruary 1, 19685'10"195LKamloops, BC Canada
Michael RyderRMarch 31, 19806'0"192RSt. John's, NL Canada
Marc SavardCJuly 17, 19775'10"191LOttawa, ON Canada
Vladimir SobotkaCJuly 2, 19875'10"193LTrebic, Czech Republic
Martin St. PierreCAugust 11, 19835'9"185LEmbrun, ON Canada
Mark StuartDApril 27, 19846'2"213LRochester, MN USA
Marco SturmLSeptember 8, 19786'0"194LDingolfing, Germany
Tim ThomasGApril 15, 19745'11"201LFlint, MI USA
Shawn ThorntonRJuly 23, 19776'2"217ROshawa, ON Canada
Aaron WardDJanuary 17, 19736'2"209RWindsor, ON Canada
Blake WheelerRAugust 31, 19866'4"185RRobbinsdale, MN USA
Dennis WidemanDMarch 20, 19836'0"196RKitchener, ON Canada
Stephane YelleCMay 9, 19746'2"182LOttawa, ON Canada


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Boston Bruins

National Hockey League (NHL)
Team Record: 53-19-10 (SO: 4-6) - 116 points
Finishing 1st in the NHL's Northeast Division
Postseason: 7-4
Lost NHL conference semi-finals
Conference Quarter-Finals - Defeated Montreal Canadiens 4-0
Conference Semi-Finals - Lost to Carolina Hurricanes 4-3
Coach: Claude Julien (53-19, 10 OTL)
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

2008-09 Boston Bruins Statistics
2008-09 Boston Bruins Results

The Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League ended the 2008-09 season with a record of 53 wins and 19 losses (and 10 overtime losses), with a 4-6 showing in shootouts for 116 points, finishing first in the NHL's Northeast Division. The team compiled a postseason mark of 7-4.

The Bruins topped the league with just 196 goals allowed. Boston scored 274 goals. Phil Kessel netted 36 goals for the team, while Marc Savard contributed 63 assists. Tim Thomas recorded 36 wins for the squad, and Manny Fernandez added 15 or more victories also. Tim Thomas recorded a 2.10 goals against average, leading goalies with significant playing time.

Claude Julien coached the team. The 2008-09 Boston Bruins lost in the NHL conference semi-finals.

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PlayerPos.Birth DateHeightWeightS/CHometown
P.J. AxelssonLFebruary 26, 19756'1"175LKungalv, Sweden
Patrice BergeronCJuly 24, 19856'2"194RAncienne-Lorette, QC Canada
Byron BitzRJuly 21, 19846'5"215RSaskatoon, SK Canada
Johnny BoychukDJanuary 19, 19846'2"225REdmonton, AB Canada
Zdeno CharaDMarch 18, 19776'9"255LTrencin, Slovakia
Andrew FerenceDMarch 17, 19795'11"189LEdmonton, AB Canada
Manny FernandezGAugust 27, 19746'0"207LEtobicoke, ON Canada
Shane HnidyDNovember 8, 19756'2"204RBrandon, MB Canada
Matt HunwickDMay 21, 19855'11"190LWarren, MI USA
Martins KarsumsRFebruary 26, 19865'10"198LRiga, Latvia
Phil KesselCOctober 2, 19876'0"180RMadison, WI USA
Chuck KobasewRApril 17, 19826'0"192RVancouver, BC Canada
David KrejciCApril 28, 19866'0"177RSternderk, Czech Republic
Matt LashoffDSeptember 29, 19866'2"204LAlbany, NY USA
Mikko LehtonenRApril 1, 19876'3"196REspoo, Finland
Milan LucicLJune 7, 19886'4"220LVancouver, BC Canada
Steve MontadorDDecember 21, 19796'0"205RVancouver, ON Canada
Petteri NokelainenCJanuary 16, 19866'1"191RImatra, Finland
Tuukka RaskGMarch 10, 19876'2"171LSavonlinna, Finland
Mark RecchiRFebruary 1, 19685'10"195LKamloops, BC Canada
Michael RyderRMarch 31, 19806'0"192RSt. John's, NL Canada
Marc SavardCJuly 17, 19775'10"191LOttawa, ON Canada
Vladimir SobotkaCJuly 2, 19875'10"193LTrebic, Czech Republic
Martin St. PierreCAugust 11, 19835'9"185LEmbrun, ON Canada
Mark StuartDApril 27, 19846'2"213LRochester, MN USA
Marco SturmLSeptember 8, 19786'0"194LDingolfing, Germany
Tim ThomasGApril 15, 19745'11"201LFlint, MI USA
Shawn ThorntonRJuly 23, 19776'2"217ROshawa, ON Canada
Aaron WardDJanuary 17, 19736'2"209RWindsor, ON Canada
Blake WheelerRAugust 31, 19866'4"185RRobbinsdale, MN USA
Dennis WidemanDMarch 20, 19836'0"196RKitchener, ON Canada
Stephane YelleCMay 9, 19746'2"182LOttawa, ON Canada


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2008–09 Boston Bruins season

NHL team season

The 2008–09 NHL season Boston Bruins season was the Bruins' 85th season in the National Hockey League (NHL). Their regular season began on the road on October 9, 2008, in Denver versus the Colorado Avalanche and concluded on April 12, 2009, against the New York Islanders. The Bruins looked to improve upon the accomplishments of the 2007–08 season, which included Boston's return to the Stanley Cup Playoffs for the first time since the 2003–04 season.

Marc Savard again led the team in scoring for the regular season, his 88 points good for ninth in the league. Tim Thomas led all goaltenders in both save percentage and goals against at season's end, while sophomore sensation David Krejci led the league in plus-minus, narrowly beating out rookie teammate Blake Wheeler.

The Bruins claimed their first division title since 2004 and clinched top seed in the East for the first time since 2002.

Season events[edit]

See also: 2008–09 NHL season

"I’m not big on going out there and making those big declarations, or comments, but I think we can go as far as we believe we can go."

— Claude Julien, prior to the 2008–09 season[1]

Arguably the two biggest events to occur during the Bruins' off-season were the acquisition of Montreal Canadiens forward Michael Ryder,[2] a noted 30-goal scorer, and Blake Wheeler, a promising 21-year-old from the University of Minnesota.[3] Twelve-year veteran Stephane Yelle was another strong addition to the roster.[4] Added to a line-up featuring young stars such as Phil Kessel and Milan Lucic, the return of Patrice Bergeron, the improved goaltending of veteran Tim Thomas and coming off the back of an impressive post-season, expectations were high for the team.

Preseason[edit]

The Bruins pre-season saw the team compete in eight games over a two-week period. The team played two games each against the Montreal Canadiens, the New York Islanders, the Washington Capitals and the defending Stanley Cup champions, the Detroit Red Wings. Boston maintained a 3–4–1 record through the pre-season with victories against the Canadiens, Capitals and Red Wings, including an impressive 8–3 victory over arch-rivals Montreal in their first match-up.

October[edit]

On October 9, the Bruins opened their regular season against the Colorado Avalanche, at the Pepsi Center.[5] The Bruins notched a 5–4 victory and celebrated the return of centre Patrice Bergeron, playing his first NHL game in almost a year, while Blake Wheeler scored his first NHL goal on debut. The team would go on to lose its next two games,[6] including a shootout loss to their rivals, the Montreal Canadiens.[7]

The Bruins home opener took place on October 20, with the team suffering another shootout defeat, this time to the Pittsburgh Penguins.[8] Boston secured its first home victory of the season on October 25,[9] against the Atlanta Thrashers in what proved to be a memorable game, with the teams switching ends at the first stoppage in play after the 10-minute mark of the period due to incorrect markings on the West End (visitors bench side) of the TD Banknorth Garden ice.[10] Winger Milan Lucic recorded his first NHL hat trick in the game, also adding an assist in the 5–4 victory.[11]

On October 27, in Edmonton in overtime and October 28 in Vancouver, Tim Thomas became the first Boston goaltender with consecutive shutouts since April 3–5, 1999 (Byron Dafoe), and only the second goaltender in NHL history to record consecutive 1–0 shutouts on the road (Florida's Craig Anderson, March 2–4, 2008).[12]

The Bruins ended October with a loss to the Calgary Flames on the road,[13] and finished the month with a 5–3–3 record.[14]

November–December[edit]

Phil Kessel equalled the longest point streak by a U.S.-born player in NHL history.

The Bruins opened the month of November with a 5–1 victory at home, in what proved to be a particularly physical match against the Dallas Stars.[15] The game would prove a turning point for the team, with many players citing it as the catalyst that would see the team go on to win their next 12 games at home.[16] One of those wins was a convincing 6–1 victory over the Montreal Canadiens on November 13. This would spark a winning streak against the Canadiens similar to that of the streak that Montreal had against the Bruins in the previous season.

On November 6, in a 5–2 victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Blake Wheeler recorded his first NHL hat trick, while Captain Zdeno Chara celebrated his 700th NHL game.[17] In the return leg, on November 17, Matt Hunwick scored his first NHL goal as the Bruins once again defeated the Maple Leafs. Two days later, Marc Savard would secure his 600th NHL point with a goal and three assists in the Bruins' 7–4 win against the Buffalo Sabres.[18] On December 18, centre David Krejci recorded his first NHL hat trick in an 8–5 win against Toronto. Phil Kessel also scored two goals in the match, his second bringing up his 100th career point.[19]

Boston finished the month of November with an 11–1–1 record, including an 8–0–0 record at home.[20] They would carry that form through the month of December, finishing with a remarkable 12–1–0 record and remaining undefeated at TD Garden (4–0–0).[21] Phil Kessel maintained an 18-game point streak from November 13 to December 21, the longest such streak overall for the season and equalling Ed Olczyk's record for the longest point streak by an American-born player in NHL history.[22] The biggest concern during this period was the loss of forward Patrice Bergeron, the young centre sustaining his second concussion in 14 months, after a heavy collision with the Carolina Hurricanes' Dennis Seidenberg.[23] Bergeron would go on to miss the next 15 games.[24]

January[edit]

Boston would begin 2009 in the same manner with which they ended 2008 – with a victory over the defending Eastern Conference champions, the Pittsburgh Penguins.[25] The victory, their 10th in a row and 14th-straight at home, secured the team's longest streak since March 9–28, 1973, and catapulted the Bruins to the top spot in the NHL with 62 points, one more than the San Jose Sharks.[26]

From January 12 to 29, forward Phil Kessel was sidelined with mononucleosis.[27][28] On January 13, Marco Sturm was lost for the season after undergoing surgery for an injury incurred on December 18 against the Toronto Maple Leafs.[29][30] On January 27, Patrice Bergeron would make his second return from concussion in as many seasons, tallying an assist in the Bruins 3–2 overtime victory against the Washington Capitals.[31] On January 31, Tuukka Rask, recalled from the Providence Bruins, played his first game with the Bruins for the season and recorded his first NHL shutout, stopping all 35 shots in a 1–0 victory against the New York Rangers.[32]

All-Star weekend[edit]

Main article: 57th National Hockey League All-Star Game

Tim Thomas, winner of the 2008–09 William M. Jennings Trophy

Three Bruins were assigned to the Eastern Conference for the 57th National Hockey League All-Star Game, with Zdeno Chara, Marc Savard and Tim Thomas all representing Boston as reserves.[33] Coach Claude Julien was also named as head coach ahead of Montreal counterpart, Guy Carbonneau.[34] Over the course of the weekend, Blake Wheeler was named MVP of the YoungStars game with a four-goal performance,[35] Zdeno Chara recorded the hardest ever shot (105.4 mph) in the SuperSkills Competition,[36] while Chara, Savard and Thomas celebrated victory in the All-Star Game, with Savard tallying three assists while Thomas was awarded the win for his efforts in both the overtime and shootout periods.[37]

March[edit]

On March 4, the Bruins acquired defenseman Steve Montador from the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for forward Petteri Nokelainen.[38] Later that day, the club announced the acquisition of forward Mark Recchi and a second round draft pick in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft from the Tampa Bay Lightning in exchange for defenseman Matt Lashoff and forward Martins Karsums.[39] Three days later, on March 7, Recchi scored a pair of goals in his second outing for the Bruins, against the Chicago Blackhawks.[40]

The Bruins secured their second successive playoff berth on March 21, when the Florida Panthers lost to the Columbus Blue Jackets. The following night, they secured the Northeast Division title with a 4–1 victory against Eastern rivals the New Jersey Devils.[41]

April[edit]

On April 2, against the Ottawa Senators, Boston recorded their 50th win for the season, the eighth time in franchise history and first since 1992–93 that the mark had been achieved.[42] Prior to the match, David Krejci was the recipient of NESN's Seventh Player Award, the annual award presented to the Bruin who went above and beyond the call of duty and exceed the expectations of Bruins fans during the season.[43]

Standings[edit]

Divisional standings[edit]

Conference standings[edit]

bold – qualified for playoffs, y – division winner, z – placed first in conference (and division)

AT – Atlantic Division, NE – Northeast Division, SE – Southeast Division

Schedule and results[edit]

Preseason[edit]

2008 pre-season
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTDecisionAttendanceRecordRecap
1September 22Boston Bruins8–3Montreal Canadiens1Kevin Regan7,7921–0–0[1]
2September 23Boston Bruins1–2New York Islanders2OTTuukka Rask3,2781–0–1[2]
3September 25Boston Bruins3–4Detroit Red Wings11–1–1[3]
4September 26Boston Bruins2–1Detroit Red WingsTuukka Rask15,2662–1–1[4]
5September 27Washington Capitals4–3Boston BruinsTim Thomas13,6602–2–1[5]
6October 1Boston Bruins1–3Montreal CanadiensManny Fernandez21,1732–3–1[6]
7October 4New York Islanders3–1Boston BruinsTim Thomas12,4282–4–1[7]
8October 5Boston Bruins5–4Washington CapitalsSOManny Fernandez14,5853–4–1[8]

Regular season[edit]

The Bruins allowed only 190 goals (excluding 6 shootout goals), the fewest among all 30 teams.[44][45]

2008–09 game log
October: 5–3–3 (home: 1–1–1; road: 4–2–2)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTDecisionAttendanceRecordPtsRecap
1October 9Boston Bruins5–4Colorado AvalancheTim Thomas18,0071–0–02[9]
2October 11Boston Bruins3–4Minnesota WildManny Fernandez18,5681–1–02[10]
3October 15Boston Bruins3–4Montreal CanadiensSOTim Thomas21,2731–1–13[11]
4October 18Boston Bruins4–2Ottawa SenatorsManny Fernandez20,1822–1–15[12]
5October 20Pittsburgh Penguins2–1Boston BruinsSOTim Thomas17,5652–1–26[13]
6October 21Boston Bruins2–3Buffalo SabresSOManny Fernandez18,6902–1–37[14]
7October 23Toronto Maple Leafs4–2Boston BruinsTim Thomas12,2742–2–37[15]
8October 25Atlanta Thrashers4–5Boston BruinsManny Fernandez16,0443–2–39[16]
9October 27Boston Bruins1–0Edmonton OilersOTTim Thomas16,8394–2–311[17]
10October 28Boston Bruins1–0Vancouver CanucksTim Thomas18,6305–2–313[18]
11October 30Boston Bruins2–3Calgary FlamesTim Thomas19,2895–3–313[19]
November: 11–1–1 (home: 8–0–0; road: 3–1–1)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTDecisionAttendanceRecordPtsRecap
12November 1Dallas Stars1–5Boston BruinsTim Thomas14,5766–3–315[20]
13November 6Toronto Maple Leafs2–5Boston BruinsTim Thomas15,3917–3–317[21]
14November 8Buffalo Sabres1–3Boston BruinsManny Fernandez17,5658–3–319[22]
15November 12Boston Bruins2–1Chicago BlackhawksSOTim Thomas22,0929–3–321[23]
16November 13Montreal Canadiens1–6Boston BruinsManny Fernandez16,81610–3–323[24]
17November 15Boston Bruins2–3New York RangersSOTim Thomas18,20010–3–424[25]
18November 17Boston Bruins3–2Toronto Maple LeafsTim Thomas19,41011–3–426[26]
19November 19Buffalo Sabres4–7Boston BruinsManny Fernandez15,63212–3–428[27]
20November 21Florida Panthers2–4Boston BruinsTim Thomas16,87813–3–430[28]
21November 22Boston Bruins3–2Montreal CanadiensSOTim Thomas21,27314–3–432[29]
22November 26Boston Bruins2–3Buffalo SabresTim Thomas18,32614–4–432[30]
23November 28New York Islanders2–7Boston BruinsManny Fernandez17,56515–4–434[31]
24November 29Detroit Red Wings1–4Boston BruinsManny Fernandez17,56516–4–436[32]
December: 12–1–0 (home: 4–0–0; road: 8–1–0)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTDecisionAttendanceRecordPtsRecap
25December 4Boston Bruins3–1Tampa Bay LightningTim Thomas15,59817–4–438[33]
26December 6Boston Bruins4–0Florida PanthersManny Fernandez16,21318–4–440[34]
27December 8Tampa Bay Lightning3–5Boston BruinsTim Thomas16,97319–4–442[35]
28December 10Boston Bruins1–3Washington CapitalsManny Fernandez17,69719–5–442[36]
29December 12Boston Bruins7–3Atlanta ThrashersTim Thomas15,81820–5–444[37]
30December 13Atlanta Thrashers2–4Boston BruinsManny Fernandez17,56521–5–446[38]
31December 18Toronto Maple Leafs5–8Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56522–5–448[39]
32December 20Carolina Hurricanes2–4Boston BruinsManny Fernandez17,56523–5–450[40]
33December 21Boston Bruins6–3St. Louis BluesManny Fernandez19,15024–5–452[41]
34December 23Boston Bruins2–0New Jersey DevilsTim Thomas16,30425–5–454[42]
35December 27Boston Bruins4–2Carolina HurricanesTim Thomas16,70526–5–456[43]
36December 28Boston Bruins2–1Atlanta ThrashersManny Fernandez16,83527–5–458[44]
37December 30Boston Bruins5–2Pittsburgh PenguinsTim Thomas17,13228–5–460[45]
January: 8–3–2 (home: 6–2–2; road: 2–1–0)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTDecisionAttendanceRecordPtsRecap
38January 1Pittsburgh Penguins2–4Boston BruinsManny Fernandez17,56529–5–462[46]
39January 3Buffalo Sabres4–2Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56529–6–462[47]
40January 6Minnesota Wild1–0Boston BruinsManny Fernandez16,27229–7–462[48]
41January 8Ottawa Senators4–6Boston BruinsManny Fernandez16,46430–7–464[49]
42January 10Carolina Hurricanes1–5Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56531–7–466[50]
43January 13Montreal Canadiens1–3Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56532–7–468[51]
44January 15Boston Bruins2–1New York IslandersTim Thomas15,54833–7–470[52]
45January 17Boston Bruins1–2Washington CapitalsTim Thomas18,27733–8–470[53]
46January 19St. Louis Blues5–4Boston BruinsSOTim Thomas17,56533–8–571[54]
47January 21Boston Bruins4–3Toronto Maple LeafsSOTim Thomas19,25834–8–573[55]
48January 27Washington Capitals2–3Boston BruinsOTTim Thomas17,56535–8–575[56]
49January 29New Jersey Devils4–3Boston BruinsOTTim Thomas17,56535–8–676[57]
50January 31New York Rangers0–1Boston BruinsTuukka Rask17,56536–8–678[58]
February: 6–4–3 (home: 2–1–2; road: 4–3–1)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTDecisionAttendanceRecordPtsRecap
51February 1Boston Bruins3–1Montreal CanadiensTim Thomas21,27337–8–680[59]
52February 4Boston Bruins3–1Philadelphia FlyersTim Thomas19,74838–8–682[60]
53February 5Boston Bruins4–3Ottawa SenatorsSOTim Thomas17,29739–8–684[61]
54February 7Philadelphia Flyers4–3Boston BruinsOTManny Fernandez17,56539–8–785[62]
55February 10San Jose Sharks5–2Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56539–9–785[63]
56February 13Boston Bruins0–1New Jersey DevilsTim Thomas15,25739–10–785[64]
57February 14Boston Bruins2–3Nashville PredatorsSOManny Fernandez17,11339–10–886[65]
58February 17Boston Bruins5–1Carolina HurricanesTim Thomas18,68040–10–888[66]
59February 21Boston Bruins0–2Florida PanthersTim Thomas19,34340–11–888[67]
60February 22Boston Bruins3–4Tampa Bay LightningManny Fernandez18,45440–12–888[68]
61February 24Florida Panthers1–6Boston BruinsTim Thomas16,78141–12–890[69]
62February 26Anaheim Ducks0–6Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56542–12–892[70]
63February 28Washington Capitals4–3Boston BruinsOTTim Thomas17,56542–12–993[71]
March: 7–5–1 (home: 5–2–1; road: 2–3–0)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTDecisionAttendanceRecordPtsRecap
64March 3Philadelphia Flyers4–2Boston BruinsManny Fernandez17,02042–13–993[72]
65March 5Phoenix Coyotes2–1Boston BruinsTim Thomas16,81842–14–993[73]
66March 7Chicago Blackhawks3–5Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56543–14–995[74]
67March 8Boston Bruins3–4New York RangersManny Fernandez18,20043–15–995[75]
68March 10Boston Bruins0–2Columbus Blue JacketsTim Thomas16,67543–16–995[76]
69March 12Ottawa Senators3–5Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,02244–16–997[77]
70March 14New York Islanders1–2Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56545–16–999[78]
71March 15Boston Bruins4–6Pittsburgh PenguinsTim Thomas17,13245–17–999[79]
72March 19Los Angeles Kings3–2Boston BruinsOTTim Thomas17,56545–17–10100[80]
73March 22New Jersey Devils1–4Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56546–17–10102[81]
74March 28Boston Bruins7–5Toronto Maple LeafsManny Fernandez19,36047–17–10104[82]
75March 29Boston Bruins4–3Philadelphia FlyersTim Thomas19,71548–17–10106[83]
76March 31Tampa Bay Lightning1–3Boston BruinsManny Fernandez16,99649–17–10108[84]
April: 4–2–0 (home: 3–0–0; road: 1–2–0)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTDecisionAttendanceRecordPtsRecap
77April 2Ottawa Senators1–2Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56550–17–10110[85]
78April 4New York Rangers0–1Boston BruinsTim Thomas17,56551–17–10112[86]
79April 7Boston Bruins2–3Ottawa SenatorsManny Fernandez19,05351–18–10112[87]
80April 9Montreal Canadiens4–5Boston BruinsOTTim Thomas17,56552–18–10114[88]
81April 11Boston Bruins1–6Buffalo SabresManny Fernandez18,69052–19–10114[89]
82April 12Boston Bruins6–2New York IslandersTim Thomas14,31153–19–10116[90]

Legend:   Win (2 points)  Loss (0 points)  Overtime/Shootout Loss (1 point)

Stanley Cup playoffs[edit]

Main article: 2009 Stanley Cup playoffs

The Bruins clinched a playoff spot for the second consecutive season, securing top seed in the Eastern Conference in the process and gaining home-ice advantage through the first three rounds.[46]

Eastern Conference Quarterfinals[edit]

Boston played the eighth-seeded Montreal Canadiens in the first round of the playoffs. Boston had previously lost to Montreal in three consecutive playoff appearances, and had not won a playoff series overall in the previous ten seasons.

The Bruins won the first game of the series 4–2, with goals from Phil Kessel, David Krejci and a powerplay winner from Zdeno Chara. In Game 2, Marc Savard had two goals and an assist, while Chuck Kobasew, Shane Hnidy – named as a replacement for the injured Matt Hunwick[47][48] – and Michael Ryder also scored as the Bruins won 5–1. Milan Lucic was suspended for Game 3 after receiving a match penalty in the closing stages of game two for striking Montreal's Maxim Lapierre in the head with his stick.[49] Boston then travelled to Montreal for Game 3, where they secured another 4–2 victory with goals by Kessel, Ryder, Kobasew and Shawn Thornton. They completed the sweep by winning Game 4, Michael Ryder posting two goals and an assist in the 4–1 victory as the Bruins advanced to the semi-finals for the first time since the 1998–99 season. This marked only the third time that Boston had swept Montreal in the playoffs in history, and the first time since 1992. The only time Boston swept Montreal in the playoffs and closed out the series in Montreal was in 1929, and that season, Boston went on to win the Stanley Cup.

Eastern Conference Semifinals[edit]

Boston faced the Carolina Hurricanes, a franchise which carried the legacy of Boston's longtime rival the Hartford Whalers. Prior to the Bruins' first-round sweep of Montreal, their most recent playoff series victory had been against Carolina in April 1999.

The Bruins extended their 5-game winning streak with a 4–1 victory in Game 1, but Carolina stormed back on the strength of an aggressive forecheck and excellent goaltending from Cam Ward. Ward's shutout in Game 2, and Jussi Jokinen's game-winning goals in the next two matches, pushed the Bruins to the brink of elimination. Boston recovered for consecutive wins to push the series to a pivotal seventh game, but the Hurricanes prevailed in overtime of the final contest.

The series-winning goal was scored by Scott Walker, who earlier in the series had avoided punishment for an undefended punch to the face of former Hurricane Aaron Ward. Walker had been due for an automatic suspension, but that penalty was overturned by the NHL after a brief meeting in which he claimed to have thought Ward was prepared to fight. Ward disputed that account and publicly reprimanded the NHL for failing to follow through with a full investigation. In addition, Walker's wife received a diagnosis of cervical cancer midway through the series, lending an additional element of personal drama to his performance. After the series, Walker took public responsibility for striking Ward and expressed relief that his wife's cancer was treatable.

Playoff log[edit]

2009 Stanley Cup playoffs
Eastern Conference quarterfinals vs E8 Montreal Canadiens: 4–0 (home: 2–0; road: 2–0)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTBoston goalsMontreal goalsDecisionAttendanceSeriesRecap
1April 16Montreal Canadiens2–4Boston BruinsKessel (2), Krejci, CharaHiggins, KovalevThomas17,5651–0[91]
2April 18Montreal Canadiens1–5Boston BruinsSavard (2), Kobasew, Hnidy, RyderKovalevThomas17,5652–0[92]
3April 20Boston Bruins4–2Montreal CanadiensKessel, Thornton, Ryder, KobasewHiggins, WeberThomas21,2733–0[93]
4April 22Boston Bruins4–1Montreal CanadiensRyder (2), Krejci, KesselA. KostitsynThomas21,2734–0[94]
Eastern Conference semifinals vs E6 Carolina Hurricanes: 3–4 (home: 2–2; road: 1–2)
#DateVisitorScoreHomeOTBoston goalsCarolina goalsDecisionAttendanceSeriesRecap
1May 1Carolina Hurricanes1–4Boston BruinsWard, Savard (2), RyderJokinenThomas17,5651–0[95]
2May 3Carolina Hurricanes3–0Boston BruinsCorvo, Cullen, E. StaalThomas17,5651–1[96]
3May 6Boston Bruins2–3Carolina Hurricanes2:48Lucic, RecchiE. Staal, Samsonov, JokinenThomas18,6801–2[97]
4May 8Boston Bruins1–4Carolina HurricanesSavardE. Staal (2), Jokinen, SamsonovThomas18,8781–3[98]
5May 10Carolina Hurricanes0–4Boston BruinsRecchi, Kessel (2), LucicThomas17,5652–3[99]
6May 12Boston Bruins4–2Carolina HurricanesRecchi, Montador, Savard, KobasewCullen, SamsanovThomas18,6803–3[100]
7May 14Carolina Hurricanes3–2Boston Bruins18:46Bitz, LucicBrind'Amour, Samsonov, WalkerThomas17,5653–4[101]
  • Scorer of game-winning goal in italics

Player statistics[edit]

Skaters[edit]

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; +/- = Plus-minus; PIM = Penalty minutes

  • Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Bruins. Stats reflect time with the Bruins only.
  • Denotes player was traded mid-season.
  • (G)Denotes goaltender.

Goaltenders[edit]

Note: GPI = Games Played In; MIN = Minutes played; GAA = Goals Against Average; W = Wins; L = Losses; OT = Overtime/Shootout Losses; SO = Shutouts; SA = Shots Against; GA = Goals Against; SV% = Save Percentage

Regular season[50]Playoffs[51]
PlayerGPIMINGAAWLOTSOSAGASV% GPIMINGAAWLOTSOSAGASV%
Tim Thomas5432592.103611751694114.933116801.85740132321.935
Manny Fernandez2816442.591683179171.910
Tuukka Rask1600.0010013501.000
Combined2.2653191072520185.9271.85740132321.935

Personnel[edit]

Awards and records[edit]

Milestones[edit]

Regular season milestones
PlayerMilestoneReached
Blake Wheeler1st NHL game
1st NHL goal
1st NHL point
October 9, 2008
Michael Ryder100th NHL goalOctober 9, 2008
Aaron Ward700th NHL gameOctober 15, 2008
Manny Fernandez300th NHL appearanceOctober 21, 2008
Milan Lucic1st NHL hat trickOctober 25, 2008
Blake Wheeler1st NHL assistNovember 1, 2008
Blake Wheeler1st NHL hat trickNovember 6, 2008
Zdeno Chara700th NHL gameNovember 6, 2008
Matt Hunwick1st NHL goalNovember 17, 2008
Marc Savard600th NHL pointNovember 19, 2008
Patrice Bergeron200th NHL pointNovember 19, 2008
Dennis Wideman100th NHL pointDecember 8, 2008
Martins Karsums1st NHL gameDecember 13, 2008
Phil Kessel100th NHL pointDecember 18, 2008
David Krejci1st NHL hat trickDecember 18, 2008
Marc Savard700th NHL gameJanuary 8, 2009
P. J. Axelsson100th NHL goalJanuary 8, 2009
Byron Bitz1st NHL game
1st NHL assist
January 10, 2009
Martins Karsums1st NHL assistJanuary 10, 2009
Zdeno Chara200th NHL assistJanuary 10, 2009
Tuukka Rask1st NHL shutoutJanuary 31, 2009
Phil Kessel200th NHL gameFebruary 7, 2009
Byron Bitz1st NHL goalFebruary 7, 2009
Andrew Ference500th NHL gameFebruary 21, 2009
Tim Thomas100th NHL winFebruary 26, 2009
Zdeno Chara100th NHL goalFebruary 28, 2009
Patrice Bergeron300th NHL gameApril 2, 2009
Mikko Lehtonen1st NHL gameApril 11, 2009

The Bruins' 5–1 win against the Carolina Hurricanes, on February 17, 2009, was the 200th NHL winning game coached, for current Bruins coach Claude Julien.
The Bruins' 5–4 overtime win against the Montreal Canadiens, on April 9, 2009, was the 400th NHL game coached, for current Bruins coach Claude Julien.

Playoff milestones
PlayerMilestoneReached
Mark Recchi150th playoff game
50th playoff goal
May 12, 2009
Byron Bitz1st playoff goalMay 14, 2009

Awards[edit]

On April 4, prior to the game against the New York Rangers, the team announced its award winners for the season.[59]

Player Award Notes
David KrejciNESN Seventh Player AwardAwarded to the player who exceeded the expectations of Bruins fans during the season.
Milan LucicEddie Shore AwardAwarded to the player who exhibits exceptional hustle and determination.
Marc SavardElizabeth C. Dufresne TrophyAwarded by the Boston Chapter of the PHWA, for outstanding performance during home games.
Aaron WardJohn P. Bucyk AwardAwarded to the Bruin with the greatest off-ice charitable contributions.
Marc Savard
Zdeno Chara
Tim Thomas
Three Star AwardsAwarded to the top performers at home over the course of the season.

Transactions[edit]

Trades

Draft picks[edit]

Boston's picks at the 2008 NHL Entry Draft in Ottawa, Ontario.

Affiliates[edit]

American Hockey League – Providence Bruins (standings)

Johnny Boychuk was selected as a starter for Team Canada in the 2009 AHL All Star Classic. Martins Karsums was selected as a reserve for the PlanetUSA team. Both players were under two-way NHL contracts and played games with Boston during the season. In the game, Karsums, named as a late starter, scored two goals and three assists.[60]

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