5 Can’t-Miss Boston Bruins Games in 2014-15

Boston Bruins 2014-15 Schedule: 5 Can't-Miss Games

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The Boston Bruins didn't make it as far in the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs as most people predicted, so they have a lot to prove this upcoming season. Luckily, the 2014-15 schedule offers the Bruins plenty of chances to redeem themselves and remain one of the best teams in the East.

Here are five Bruins games you will not want to miss.

5. Feb. 22 at Chicago Blackhawks

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5. Feb. 22 at Chicago Blackhawks

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The Bruins and Blackhawks always deliver action-packed games. This matchup is presumed to be part of NBC's "Hockey Day in America," so you won't want to miss this one.

4. Feb. 13 at Vancouver Canucks

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4. Feb. 13 at Vancouver Canucks

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The Bruins and Canucks battled it out in the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals, where the Bruins rightfully earned the right to raise the Cup after seven intense games. Since then, the Bruins and Canucks rivalry has inflated, so it's always thrilling to watch these two teams face off.

3. Jan. 20 at Dallas Stars

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3. Jan. 20 at Dallas Stars

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Tyler Seguin has already been face-to-face with his former teammates since he was traded to the Dallas Stars, but it will still be interesting to see how these two teams perform in this dicey matchup.

2. Oct. 8 vs. Philadelphia Flyers

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2. Oct. 8 vs. Philadelphia Flyers

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The Bruins will convene with the Flyers for their home opener at TD Garden. The two clubs met three different times last season, and the Bruins came out on top all three times. I think it's safe to say that after being shamefully swept, the Flyers will be out for vengeance.

1. Oct. 16 at Montreal Canadiens

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1. Oct. 16 at Montreal Canadiens

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This age-old rivalry just won't die and fans are grateful for that. The Bruins and Canadiens already have a strong dislike for each other, and since the Canadiens defeated the Bruins in the Eastern Conference Semifinals last season, they will have a lot more to hash out than ever before.

Amanda Sklarek is a Pittsburgh Penguins/NHL writer for RantSports.com. Follow her on Twitter @amandabukowski, “Like” her on Facebook or add her to your network on Google.

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