Ty Anderson

Ty Anderson joined WEEI.com on the Bruins beat in Oct. 2016. Prior to joining EEI’s Bruins beat, Ty covered the Bruins for HockeyBuzz.com as the site’s beat writer since 2010, and could also be read in the New England Hockey Journal magazine. A member of the PHWA’s Boston chapter since 2013, Ty can be found at the closest pizza parlor between hockey games and traffic jams.

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    Bob DeChiara/USA Today Sports
    April 21, 2018 - 10:58 pm
    Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy says that his club doesn’t chase matchups. Instead, they chased the game, and while they came damn close to putting themselves back in front, it ultimately proved costly in a 4-3 Game 5 loss at TD Garden. Powered by gamesmanship on the part of Maple Leafs head coach...
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    Bob DeChiara/USA Today Sports
    April 21, 2018 - 5:33 pm
    The Bruins are off to a near-perfect start this postseason. With three wins in their first four games this spring, the Bruins have the chance to bounce the Maple Leafs from the playoffs in tonight’s Game 5 in Boston. Given the way they’ve performed at home in this series, and after what had to be a...
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    Brian Fluharty/USA Today Sports
    April 21, 2018 - 12:40 pm
    The Bruins miraculously survived their night without do-it-all center Patrice Bergeron in a 3-1 Game 4 victory, and have successfully set themselves up to deliver the knockout blow to the Maple Leafs in Saturday night’s Game 5 head-to-head at TD Garden. And with Bergeron expected back in action, no...
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    Kim Klement/USA Today Sports
    April 20, 2018 - 3:53 am
    So just when did Bruins head coach Bruce Cassidy learn that Patrice Bergeron was not going to be at his disposal for a series-swinging Game 4 in Toronto? “Just before gametime," Cassidy offered following Boston's 3-1 victory, which sends this series back to TD Garden with the Bruins holding a 3-1...
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    Dan Hamilton/USA Today Sports
    April 19, 2018 - 10:06 pm
    Less than an hour before puck drop of a crucial Game 4, the Bruins found out that Patrice Bergeron (upper-body, considered ‘day-to-day’) would not be available. Given Bergeron’s importance -- he’s the driving force of the best line in hockey, plays in every situation possible, and has been asked to...
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    Rick Osentoski/USA TODAY Sports
    April 19, 2018 - 6:51 pm
    The Bruins were dealt a significant blow less than an hour before their pivotal Game 4 meeting with the Maple Leafs, as Patrice Bergeron has been ruled out with an upper-body injury and is currently considered 'day-to-day,' according to the team. It's unclear when or how the 32-year-old Bergeron,...
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    Bob DeChiara/USA Today Sports
    April 19, 2018 - 6:34 pm
    The Bruins are expected to get a boost for an ever-important Game 4 head-to-head with the Maple Leafs tonight, as third-pairing defenseman Matt Grzelcyk appears to be in after missing Monday's Game 3 loss due to a lower-body injury. "He's out there [for the morning skate], so he should be good to...
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    Greg M. Cooper/USA Today Sports
    April 15, 2018 - 12:44 am
    When you break a Wayne Gretzky record, it's safe to assume that you've had a big night. Hello, David Pastrnak's Game 2 performance against the Maple Leafs. In Boston for a nationally-televised NBC showdown against a Leafs team the Bruins beat by a decisive 5-1 final on Thursday -- a victory largely...
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    Greg M. Cooper/USA Today Sports
    April 14, 2018 - 9:09 pm
    The Bruins may have shifted away from fighting, doing so in favor of some welcomed goal-scoring prowess, but they do a brawler in their crowd tonight: Red Sox reliever Joe Kelly. Just one night after Kelly received a standing ovation in his first appearance on a Fenway mound since his fight with...
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    Bob DeChiara/USA Today Sports
    April 14, 2018 - 12:19 pm
    Bruins forward Tommy Wingels is feeling a lot better than he did Thursday when Maple Leafs center Nazem Kadri boarded him into oblivion. That's all he could probably ask for, too, if we're being honest. But on the heels of Kadri's three-game suspension, and with the 30-year-old Wingels...
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