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Matthew Poitras Should be Seriously Considered to Make The NHL Roster


By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

Boston Bruins 2022 second-round pick Matthew Poitras has been turning heads at Bruins training camp and continued that Sunday night. He was the top-line center playing between James Van Riemsdyk and Jake DeBrusk as the Bruins played their first preseason game at TD Garden, winning 3-0 over the New York Rangers. The … Keep Reading

Realistic Expectations for the 2023-24 Boston Bruins

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

With training camp underway and puck-drop to start the season being right around the corner, many questions linger about the expectations of the 2023-24 Boston Bruins. After coming off the greatest regular season a team has had in NHL history, things will undoubtedly look a lot different this year.

It is almost … Keep Reading

A Look at the Bruin’s Centennial Jerseys for the 2023-24 Season

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter

The Boston Bruins unveiled their centennial jerseys on Saturday evening, September 16th, at Logan Airport in Boston. Brad Marchand, Milan Lucic, and Brandon Carlo were in attendance, participating in a mock fashion show while dawning the Bruin’s new sweaters.

The team showcased three new jerseys, including a home, an away, and an alternate they will wear during their … Keep Reading

Bruins Name Brad Marchand, the 27th Captain in Team History

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

It was announced Wednesday morning that the Bruins are naming Brad Marchand the 27th captain in franchise history. Marchand will be taking over for the recently retired Patrice Bergeron, who served as the captain for three seasons from 2020-2023

Marchand has worn the A on his jersey, serving as an alternate captain for the last three … Keep Reading

Can David Pastrnak Reach the 60-Goal Mark Again?

By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

Last season, David Pastrnak set a career-high with 61 goals, which was second in the league to only Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers. Pastrnak has established himself as one of the most dangerous players in the league and has developed arguably a top-three shot. That earned him an eight-year $90 million … Keep Reading

The Bruins Need Hampus Lindholm to Have Another Great Season

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

Hampus Lindholm was undoubtedly one of the best defensemen in the NHL last season, playing his first full season with the Boston Bruins. He provided the team with plenty of offense from the back end and was a key piece on the power play. The Swedish defenseman is entering his 12th NHL season and … Keep Reading

Can Linus Ullmark Win Back-to-Back Vezina Trophies?

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

Last season, Linus Ullmark put on an absolute goaltending clinic. He had one of the best single-season goaltending performances in NHL history, which included scoring an empty-net goal, and was voted to his first All-Star game. His presentation earned him his first career Vezina Trophy as the league’s best goaltender. 

It seems … Keep Reading

What Charlie McAvoy Must Do to Win His First Norris Trophy

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

After coming off arguably his best career season in terms of on-ice play, the 2023-24 season would be a better time than ever for Boston Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy to win his first Norris Trophy as the league’s best defenseman. He has not previously been nominated but is heavily regarded as one of the league’s top … Keep Reading

Breaking Down David Krejci’s Career and what Made Him Such a Special Hockey Player

By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

David Krejci was born in Sternberk Czekia April 28th, 1986. Eighteen years later, he was selected in the second round, 63rd overall, by the Boston Bruins in the 2004 NHL draft. Two years later, he would make his NHL debut for Boston, which was just the beginning. 

Krejci decided to play his junior hockey in North … Keep Reading

What Jesper Boqvist Brings to the Bruins

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

The Boston Bruins signed center Jesper Boqvist on July 12th to a one-year $775,000 contract. Perhaps GM Don Sweeney is taking a page out of his book from last year’s off-season by targeting a New Jersey Devils player who has not yet tapped into their full potential. Pavel Zacha was acquired via … Keep Reading

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