Brad Marchand Shows Off Singing Skills In New EA Sports NHL 15 Commercial
Friday, 10 October 2014 08:46   

Brad Marchand sings, Patrice Bergeron recites poetry for NHL 15 commercial!

 
Marchand Stays Hot - bruins.nhl.com
Tuesday, 21 January 2014 10:42   

BostonBruins.com - It's called a streak for a reason. It's a flash, a flame, and it keeps burning until it runs out.



Right now, Brad Marchand's flame is red-hot.

His hot hands helped the Bruins to a 3-2 win over the Los Angeles Kings on Monday afternoon at TD Garden with his second straight two-goal game. It was his sixth goal in his past four games, marking the longest goal-scoring stretch of his 266-game NHL career.

The speedy, crafty winger had twice scored goals in three consecutive games. But even for a streaky player like Marchand, he hadn't yet reached this level.

"I do, I get real lucky," he said, following the win over LA, when asked if he could give some credit to luck.

With just under eight minutes left in the first period, and the Bruins tasked with killing their first penalty of the game, Patrice Bergeron sprung Marchand with a pass up through center ice.

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Marchand Being Marchand - bruins.nhl.com
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 12:19   

BostonBruins.com - If you look up "Brad Marchand shift" in the hockey dictionary (that has to universally exist somewhere), it would look something like this:

noun
1. a shift that comes from a forward creating havoc, by moving his feet, driving the net and pestering the opposition in one way, or another.

On Thursday night, in the Bruins 4-1 win over the Florida Panthers, we saw the type of shift that Marchand is known for, first pulling a "shake and bake" on defenseman Dmitry Kulikov and faking a pivot towards the goal, before threading a pass through another Panthers defender to Patrice Bergeron.

While Bergeron quickly fed a pass to Dennis Seidenberg for the drive from long range, Marchand immediately started his route towards the goal mouth. When the puck trickled off Loui Eriksson and through goaltender Scott Clemmensen, all the winger had to do was tap it in past the goal line.

As he skated away from scoring his first goal in 13 games - and only his second of the season - Marchand reached back, took the "monkey off his back" and threw it to the ice in jackhammer fashion.

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