Boston Herald "Brad Marchand may be excused early from the morning skate for the rest of the playoffs. The scrappy winger, who had struggled mightily to find his legs and his game throughout the Toronto series, found them both last night. As well as, more importantly, the back of the net at 15:40 of overtime..." May 17
CSN New England "It doesn’t much matter what the reasons were behind Brad Marchand finally starting to resemble the guy he was during the regular season in Game 1 of the playoffs second round against the New York Rangers. It could certainly be that the Nose Face Killah matches up a little better with the..." May 17
Boston Herald "The Bruins were faced with an interesting predicament as they began their Eastern Conference semifinal against the New York Rangers last night at the Garden. They had to somehow get past the euphoria of their amazing comeback victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs in Game 7 on Monday, yet at the..." May 17
#Bruins lineup confirms Marchand is able to play, Redden, Ference and Seidenberg out.
Boston Herald "It’s not often that Bruins coach Claude Julien has had to ask for a little more from the line of Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand and Tyler Seguin this year. But going into last night’s Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinal series with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Julien did mention that..." May 09
#Bruins Bergeron and Marchand will return to the lineup tonight on a line with Seguin.
CSN New England "The Bruins went back to work on Tuesday with heavy hearts after Monday night’s game against the Ottawa Senators at TD Garden was postponed due to a pair of heartless, evil Boylston Street bombings that shocked their home city. Like so many other people in the wake of unspeakable tragedy, they are..." April 16
Boston Globe "Brad Marchand has been diagnosed with a mild concussion. Marchand was injured in last night’s second period when he was elbowed by New Jersey’s Anton Volchenkov. The Devils defenseman was suspended for four games for the hit. The Bruins are already without Patrice Bergeron, Marchand’s usual..." April 11
NHL.com "Boston Bruins coach Claude Julien did not have an update on the status of injured forward Brad Marchand following his team's 5--4 win against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday at Prudential Center. Marchand left the game and didn't return after getting elbowed in the head by Devils defenseman..." April 11
Volchenkov with a phone hearing this morning w/Dept of Player Safety for blatant elbow to Brad Marchand's head. Likely suspension to follow
CSN New England "The Bruins are clearly jacked and pumped with first place in the Northeast Division on the line and only a couple weeks’ worth of games remaining until the playoffs begin. As it should be at the Bell Centre with Boston and Montreal about to do battle, and only a single point separating the Habs..." April 07
NESN "The Bruins’ top line, technically speaking, is the line of David Krejci centering Milan Lucic and Nathan Horton. While that is a very nice line, a darn good line even, it’s becoming clearer that it’s not the Bruins’ top line. That distinction should go to the “second line,” consisting of Patrice..." March 08
NESN "It’s becoming more and more clear that P.K. Subban is someone who relishes the opportunity to be the bad guy in opposing rinks, especially if that rink is TD Garden. When he’s in town with the Canadiens to play the Bruins, Subban turns into the NHL’s version of the bad guy in a professional..." March 04
Boston Herald "Brad Marchand would have loved to be able to provide a detailed analysis of how his game-winning play developed at the Garden yesterday against the Tampa Bay Lightning. But as the pivotal play began, he was too distracted to see quite what happened. He was busy yelling at one of the..." March 03
Boston Herald "Even before taking the ice last night against the Tampa Bay Lightning, Brad Marchand was leading the league in shooting percentage. And then he went out and went 1-for-2 in the Bruins’ 4-2 victory over the Bolts, also adding an assist. In 13 games, Marchand now has a team-leading nine goals, on..." February 22
CSN New England "Two areas that have been season-long struggles for the Bruins helped rescue them from defeat in wintry Winnipeg. Tyler Seguin busted out for a first period goal that got the Bruins’ offensive engine humming and the much maligned B’s power play produced a Brad Marchand goal in the third period..." February 18
Boston Herald "Once Brad Marchand made his decision, he was at peace with it. While most of his teammates headed overseas to play during the lockout, the Bruins winger decided to take advantage of the unwanted time off by doing some things a normal NHL schedule wouldn’t allow him to do. In addition to skating..." February 12
Shawn Thornton and Daniel Paille will skate today. Marchand won't. Julien won't rule out BM63 for Saturday.
Bruins head coach Claude Julien says that Paille and Thornton won't make trip to MTL but Marchand will and is game time decision.