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Rich Peverley heads out of the locker room after practice today giving a nod to Step Brothers…

Rich Peverley heads out of the locker room after practice today giving a nod to Step Brothers…

This is playoffs. You’ve got to do whatever it takes.
Forward Rich Peverley, on the Bruins’ tough mentality

Peverley Prides Himself on Playoff Play

WILMINGTON, MA – During the 2012 postseason, Rich Peverley led the Bruins in scoring. In seven games – all against Washington in the first round – Peverley had five points (three goals and two assists). During the 2011 run, he put up 12 points in the 25-game march.

But on Wednesday night, in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the Toronto Maple Leafs, Peverley was watching from the press box as a healthy scratch.

It was a tough regular season for Peverley, who tallied six goals and 12 assists in 47 games, though the forward was turning it on towards the end of the regular season and put up a goal and an assist in the final two games.

Kaspars Daugavins was inserted into the lineup for Game 1 alongside Jaromir Jagr and Chris Kelly after a strong showing in the season’s last two games when Nathan Horton was still injured.

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Empty and quiet First Niagara Center in Buffalo 90 minutes before puck drop… Right after the photo was taken from the press box, I noticed Rich Peverley snuck into the shot standing at the near bench.Every player is different when it comes to gameday routines, but after the team bus arrives to the rink, I often see a good number of the B’s take a moment to relax and focus surrounded by the quiet arena. There’s something serene about the clean sheet of ice and 17,000+ empty seats (though the atmosphere with fans once the game starts obviously trumps anything else). Rich and Gregory Campbell are a couple of the Bruins who do it often, along with the self-proclaimed “rink boy” Dougie Hamilton. These guys just love to play the game, and it’s something as simple as this that shows it…-Caryn Switaj ^CS

Empty and quiet First Niagara Center in Buffalo 90 minutes before puck drop…

Right after the photo was taken from the press box, I noticed Rich Peverley snuck into the shot standing at the near bench.

Every player is different when it comes to gameday routines, but after the team bus arrives to the rink, I often see a good number of the B’s take a moment to relax and focus surrounded by the quiet arena. There’s something serene about the clean sheet of ice and 17,000+ empty seats (though the atmosphere with fans once the game starts obviously trumps anything else). Rich and Gregory Campbell are a couple of the Bruins who do it often, along with the self-proclaimed “rink boy” Dougie Hamilton. These guys just love to play the game, and it’s something as simple as this that shows it…

-Caryn Switaj ^CS

Seguin, Peverley Hitting Stride

BOSTON, MA - Heading into the second period of today’s game, in the confines of TD Garden, the Bruins trailed 2-0, off two power-play goals by the Tampa Bay Lightning.

While a departure from the last stretch of games on the road (including the 4-2 win in Tampa that saw the B’s take the 2-0 early lead), the Black & Gold have never panicked when facing the challenge of being down - and were rewarded with two quick strikes from Tyler Seguin and Rich Peverley that started a comeback.

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Rich Peverley spoke to the press before the team’s matinée game against the Winnipeg Jets.

Bourque Relishes Third Line Opportunity

Throughout the past two days at Training Camp, one key aspect of the Bruins’ roster has been evident – it’s familiarity. But one role left to fill is that of the third line left winger alongside Chris Kelly and Rich Peverley, and Chris Bourque (son of Ray) hopes to take advantage of that opportunity.

“I grew up wanting to be a Bruin and it seems pretty close to becoming a reality. So I just have to keep working hard.”

Need For Speed. Rich Peverley doing sprints at the end of his summer workout in Guelph.