Ryan Donato – Boston’s Captain America

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By: Aaron Chisling     Follow me on Twitter at @achisling

On a Boston Bruins team that is getting league-wide recognition regarding it’s Stanley Cup contender status. Many have marveled at Boston’s ability to manage their core of playoff-proven players in Patrice Bergeron, Brad Marchand, David Krejci, David Backes and Zdeno Chara with unproven rookie phenoms like Danton Heinen, Jake DeBrusk, Sean Kuraly and Charlie McAvoy.

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Bruce Cassidy – Boston’s Jack Adams Candidate

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By: Aaron Chisling                 Follow Me on Twitter @achisling

Gerard Gallant, the ex-Head Coach of the Florida Panthers and caller of taxis, has been garnering most of the Jack Adams attention this season and for a good reason. Expansion franchises historically have been write-offs in their first year. Their rosters are composed of castaways and pending unrestricted free agents, doomed to the basement of the

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Bruins NHL All Star Charlie McAvoy? Maybe!

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By: Aaron Chisling                                              Follow me on Twitter @achisling

With the news on Friday that Tampa Bay Lightning stud blueliner Victor Hedman would be out three to six weeks due to a lower-body injury, fans have already begun the investigative search for a replacement defenseman from the Atlantic Division. Hedman was one of four Lightning players selected to the All-Star Game from the Atlantic

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Bruins’ Marchand Tallies 200th Assist

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By: Aaron Chisling                           Follow Me On Twitter @achisling

Brad Marchand has earned his reputation throughout hockey as an agitator. Someone who will get under your skin and will force you to make a mistake. There’s no moment that sticks out more than back when Brad Marchand and Matt Cooke were jawing at each other, only for Brad to break away from Cooke,

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Bruins Prospect Ryan Lindgren – The Great Wall of America

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By: Aaron Chisling                           Follow Me On Twitter @achisling

Ryan Lindgren was selected by the Bruins in the 2016 NHL Entry Draft 49th overall in the second round. He has been flying under the radar. Defensemen are a great strength in the Bruins pipeline with flashy names such as Urho Vaakanainen, Jakub Zboril, and everyone’s favorite stallion Charlie McAvoy who

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