Loui Eriksson RW BOS 2 weeks ago

Eriksson is slated to work on a line with Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron in Thursday's preseason contest against the Rangers.

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 3 weeks ago

Of late, Eriksson has been skating on the right wing of a line centered by David Krejci, with Matt Beleskey manning the trio's left wing, csnne.com reports.

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 6 months ago

Eriksson scored his 22nd goal of the season in Saturday's los to the Lightning.

He has just never been able to replicate his success from Dallas. He didn't deliver a multi-point effort in 2015 (gulp) when the Bruins needed that the most. He'll be turning 30 this summer and we'd like to say he'll rebound back to the offensive heights of his time with the Stars. But unfortunately, we don't think that will happen.

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 6 months ago

Eriksson found the back of the net on one of his three shot attempts in Thursday's comeback victory over the Red Wings.

The Bruins trailed by a 2-0 count with 15 minutes remaining in the third period, but a furious rally that included Eriksson's tying goal got Boston the victory. Eriksson has been a central figure in the Bruins' recent surge, as he's potted three goals and handed out an assist in the team's last five games. He makes for a worthy activation while he continues to roll.

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 6 months ago

Eriksson sniped a power-play goal in Thursday's overtime loss to the Ducks.

Eriksson gave the Bruins a 2-1 lead 27 seconds into the third period, but it didn't hold up as the game-winner, as the Ducks came through with the equalizer in the period's final minute. The winger isn't exactly lighting it up offensively of late, but with seven goals and four assists since mid-February, he's been a useful complementary piece to the Bruins' attack.

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 7 months ago

Eriksson netted his 17th goal of the season in Tuesday's 3-1 win over the Senators.

Eriksson extended the Bruins' lead to 2-0 with a display of great patience in waiting for goalie Craig Anderson to make a move before depositing the puck in the open area of the net. The winger hasn't quite lived up to expectations during his tenure in Boston, but he's currently in the midst of one of his most productive runs of the past two seasons. He's tallied a point in four straight games and has recordede five goals and three helpers over his last 10 contests.

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 7 months ago

Eriksson scored his 15th goal of the season in Thursday's shootout loss to the Flames.

Eriksson -- who has recorded four points over his last five games -- registered a team-high seven shots Thursday and came close to scoring a couple more goals in addition to his third-period tally. The 29-year-old winger now has 36 points in 62 games this season, which places him second in scoring on the Bruins, behind Patrice Bergeron (45 points).

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 7 months ago

Eriksson finished with an assist and four shots of goal in Tuesday's loss to the Canucks.

The Bruins have been sputtering of late, but it's been through little fault of Eriksson, who has tallied two goals and an assist over his last four games. However, prior to this mini-heat wave, Eriksson had been scuffling, and has generally failed to meet the high expectations the team set for him after acquiring him in the summer of 2013. The former three-time 70-point scorer is on track to fall short of 50 points this season, despite missing only one game thus far.

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 8 months ago

Eriksson scored the game-winning goal Saturday in a 2-1 win over the Islanders.

The guy sure has quick hands -- he fished the puck out of his feet in a scramble in front of the Isles' net and backhanded it under the goalie's left arm. He now has a point in each of his last two games (one goal, one assist) and 31 in 51. He used to be a perennial 70-point guy in Dallas, but is more a 50-point type in Boston. Measure his value accordingly.

Loui Eriksson RW BOS 8 months ago

Eriksson (neck) was on the ice for the Bruins' morning skate and appears set to play Wednesday against the Rangers, Joe Haggerty of CSN New England reports.

Eriksson was back at practice Tuesday and experienced no issues with his neck, so his appearance at Wednesday's morning skate is seemingly verification that he's fully healthy. He's set to skate on the Bruins' second line alongside Patrice Bergeron and Brad Marchand.