Brad Marchand Stats
- Height / Weight
- 69 / 176 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- 5/11/1988 (35)
Brad Marchand Last 10 Games
Brad Marchand News
Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand recorded the first natural hat trick of his career and the sixth overall in Sunday's 3-1 victory over Columbus. The Bruins were facing a surprising loss against one of the poorest teams in the league as they entered the final frame with a 1-0 deficit, but Marchand quickly knotted things up in the third and added a pair of power-play goals to make it three wins in a row for Boston. Following a five-game dry spell, Marchand came alive again over the weekend, scoring four times in two games. The veteran has continued to post good numbers in Year 15, boasting 11 goals and 12 assists through 24 appearances.
Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand kept his recent hot streak going on Saturday with a pair of power-play assists in a 5-2 victory over Montreal. Charlie McAvoy and James van Riemsdyk produced the goals as Marchand registered his third multi-point outing of a five-game scoring streak. He has posted two goals and six assists during the run, boosting his points tally for the year to 18. The veteran winger is once again on pace to average at least a point per game, having notched seven goals and 11 assists.
Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand led the way as the team defeated the Los Angeles Kings in their own barn 4-2 on Saturday. Marchan provided half of the goals, adding a power-play assist. The gritty veteran led all Bruins forwards with 20:43 of ice time, and he finished with a plus-two rating while firing five shots on goal and delivering one hit. This is the 15th campaign for Marchand with the Bruins, but he's showing no signs of slowing down and has opened the new season with a four-game point streak, bagging three goals and three assists.
Boston Bruins left wing Brad Marchand will take over the captain's duties on the team. The 35-year-old becomes the 27th captain in franchise history. Marchand takes over the role from Patrice Bergeron, who retired this offseason and had been the Bruins captain for three years. The veteran winger, who has spent his entire 15-year NHL career in Boston, has been an alternate captain on the team for the last five seasons. There have been some great role models for Marchand as captains in Beantown, with Zdeno Chara preceding Bergeron, and he should thrive in the role.