2013–14 Boston Bruins season

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2013–14 Boston Bruins
Presidents' Trophy Winners
Atlantic Division Champions
Division 1st Atlantic
Conference 1st Eastern
2013–14 record 54–19–9
Home record 31–7–3
Road record 23–12–6
Goals for 261
Goals against 177
Team information
General Manager Peter Chiarelli
Coach Claude Julien
Captain Zdeno Chara
Alternate captains Patrice Bergeron
Chris Kelly
David Krejci
Arena TD Garden
Minor league affiliations Providence Bruins (AHL)
South Carolina Stingrays (ECHL)
Team leaders
Goals Jarome Iginla, Patrice Bergeron (30)
Assists David Krejci (50)
Points David Krejci (69)
Penalties in minutes Milan Lucic (91)
Plus/minus David Krejci (39)
Wins Tuukka Rask (36)
Goals against average Niklas Svedberg (1.97)
<2012–13 2014–15>

The 2013–14 Boston Bruins season was the 90th season for the National Hockey League franchise that was established on November 1, 1924.[1]

Standings[edit]

Divisional standings[edit]

Atlantic Division[2]
GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 p – Boston Bruins 82 54 19 9 51 261 177 117
2 Tampa Bay Lightning 82 46 27 9 38 240 215 101
3 Montreal Canadiens 82 46 28 8 40 215 204 100
4 Detroit Red Wings 82 39 28 15 34 222 230 93
5 Ottawa Senators 82 37 31 14 30 236 265 88
6 Toronto Maple Leafs 82 38 36 8 29 231 256 84
7 Florida Panthers 82 29 45 8 21 196 268 66
8 Buffalo Sabres 82 21 51 10 14 157 248 52


Conference standings[edit]

Top 3 (Atlantic Division)[3]
R GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 p – Boston Bruins 82 54 19 9 51 261 177 117
2 Tampa Bay Lightning 82 46 27 9 38 240 215 101
3 Montreal Canadiens 82 46 28 8 40 215 204 100
Top 3 (Metropolitan Division)[3]
R GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 y – Pittsburgh Penguins 82 51 24 7 44 249 207 109
2 New York Rangers 82 45 31 6 41 218 193 96
3 Philadelphia Flyers 82 42 30 10 39 236 235 94
Wild Card teams[3]
R (Top 2 qualify for playoffs) Div GP W L OTL ROW GF GA Pts
1 Columbus Blue Jackets ME 82 43 32 7 38 231 216 93
2 Detroit Red Wings AT 82 39 28 15 34 222 230 93
3 Washington Capitals ME 82 38 30 14 28 235 240 90
4 New Jersey Devils ME 82 35 29 18 35 197 208 88
5 Ottawa Senators AT 82 37 31 14 30 236 265 88
6 Toronto Maple Leafs AT 82 38 36 8 29 231 256 84
7 Carolina Hurricanes ME 82 36 35 11 34 207 230 83
8 New York Islanders ME 82 34 37 11 25 225 267 79
9 Florida Panthers AT 82 29 45 8 21 196 268 66
10 Buffalo Sabres AT 82 21 51 10 14 157 248 52

Divisions: AT – Atlantic, ME – Metropolitan

bold – Clinched Playoff spot, y – Clinched Division, p – Won Presidents' Trophy (best record in NHL)


Schedule and results[edit]

Pre-season[edit]

Regular season[edit]

2013–14 Game Log

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

Playoffs[edit]

The Boston Bruins earned the President's Trophy by finishing the regular season with the league's best record. They faced the Detroit Red Wings in the first round and won the series 4–1. They advanced to the second round where they were defeated 3-4 by the Montreal Canadiens, and eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs
  • Scorer of game-winning goal in italics

Player stats[edit]

Final Stats

Skaters
  • Denotes player spent time with another team before joining Bruins. Stats reflect time with the Bruins only.
  • Denotes player was traded mid-season. Stats reflect time with the Bruins only.
  • (G)Denotes goaltender.
Goaltenders
Regular Season[4]
Player GP GS TOI W L OT GA GAA SA SV% SO
Rask, TuukkaTuukka Rask 58 58 3386 36 15 6 115 2.04 1641 0.930 7
Johnson, ChadChad Johnson 27 23 1511 17 4 3 53 2.10 708 0.925 2
Svedberg, NiklasNiklas Svedberg 1 1 61 1 0 0 2 1.97 35 0.943 0
Playoffs[4]
Player GP GS TOI W L GA GAA SA SV% SO
Rask, TuukkaTuukka Rask 12 12 753 7 5 25 1.99 348 .928 2

Roster[edit]

Updated July 6, 2014.[5]

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Acquired Birthplace
43 United States Bartkowski, MattMatt Bartkowski (RFA) D L 26 2010 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
37 Canada Bergeron, PatricePatrice Bergeron (A) C R 28 2003 L'Ancienne-Lorette, Quebec
55 Canada Boychuk, JohnnyJohnny Boychuk D R 30 2008 Edmonton, Alberta
11 Canada Campbell, GregoryGregory Campbell C L 30 2010 London, Ontario
38 Canada Caron, JordanJordan Caron (RFA) RW L 23 2009 Sayabec, Quebec
33 Slovakia Chara, ZdenoZdeno Chara (C) D L 37 2006 Trenčín, Czechoslovakia
21 Sweden Eriksson, LouiLoui Eriksson C/RW L 28 2013 Gothenburg, Sweden
57 United States Florek, JustinJustin Florek (RFA) LW L 24 2012 Marquette, Michigan
25 Canada Fraser, MattMatt Fraser RW L 24 2013 Red Deer, Alberta
27 Canada Hamilton, DougieDougie Hamilton D R 21 2011 Toronto, Ontario
23 Canada Kelly, ChrisChris Kelly (A) C/LW L 33 2011 Toronto, Ontario
46 Czech Republic Krejci, DavidDavid Krejci (A) C R 28 2004 Šternberk, Czechoslovakia
47 United States Krug, ToreyTorey Krug (RFA) D L 23 2012 Livonia, Michigan
17 Canada Lucic, MilanMilan Lucic LW L 26 2006 Vancouver, British Columbia
63 Canada Marchand, BradBrad Marchand LW L 26 2006 Halifax, Nova Scotia
54 Canada McQuaid, AdamAdam McQuaid Injured Reserve D R 27 2007 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
86 United States Miller, KevanKevan Miller D R 26 2011 Los Angeles, California
20 Canada Paille, DanielDaniel Paille LW L 30 2009 Welland, Ontario
40 Finland Rask, TuukkaTuukka Rask G L 27 2006 Savonlinna, Finland
91 Canada Savard, MarcMarc Savard Injured Reserve C L 36 2006 Ottawa, Ontario
44 Germany Seidenberg, DennisDennis Seidenberg Injured Reserve D L 32 2010 Schwenningen, West Germany
18 Canada Smith, ReillyReilly Smith (RFA) RW L 23 2013 Etobicoke, Ontario
34 Sweden Soderberg, CarlCarl Soderberg C L 28 2013 Malmö, Sweden
72 Sweden Svedberg, NiklasNiklas Svedberg G L 24 2012 Sollentuna, Sweden


Awards and records[edit]

Awards[edit]

Player Award Date
Patrice Bergeron[6] Frank J. Selke Trophy June 24, 2014
Patrice Bergeron[6] 2014 NHL Foundation Award June 24, 2014
Tuukka Rask[6] Vezina Trophy June 24, 2014
Torey Krug[6] 2013-2014 NHL All-Rookie Team June 24, 2014

Transactions[edit]

The Bruins have been involved in the following transactions during the 2013–14 season: