Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Normand Léveillé

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow Me On Twitter @justyouknowwhyyy

Normand Léveillé was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. On January 10th, 1963. Léveillé was a cannot miss star right from the start. Playing two seasons for the Chicoutimi Saguenéens, Léveillé was a pure sniper, scoring 79 goals over two seasons, including 55 goals in his draft year. Boston noticed his potential to be part of

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Boston Bruins Mailbag: Training Camp Edition

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow Me On Twitter @justyouknowhyyy

Hockey is here!

After a few months of will-they-won’t-they and the hiccups along the way, the NHL’s training camps have opened! There has been so much news surrounding the Bruins side of things that I could not just stick to one story. Instead, I headed to Facebook, Twitter, and even Phantasy Tour again to answer the

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Four Possibilities of Where the Boston Bruins go From Here

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow me on Twitter @Justyouknowhyyy

With the news that hockey is back with an agreement that a 56-game season will be going as planned, the main question surrounding the Bruins and the other 30 teams in the NHL is: What now?

With a 32nd team in the Seattle Kraken creeping closer, there is the specter of an expansion draft looming. What

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Boston Bruins and NHL Mailbag

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow me on Twitter @Justyouknowhyyy

This past Friday, I put out an All-Points Bulletin on both social media and a personally frequented music board for a mailbag. With all of the news around the NHL flooding in, you all had Bruins and other NHL related questions that you wanted answers for. Today I am digging into the mailbag to give you

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If you Wish: Why The Bruins should not trade Debrusk for Pacioretty

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow me on Twitter @Justyouknowhyyy

The Vegas Golden Knights are in a bind right now – and it is all their fault.

It is a long list of why: Vegas has put their backs against the salary cap wall led by the philosophy that cap trouble is temporary, but championships are forever. Fellow teams are unwilling to provide

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The Curious Case of the Boston Bruins and Peter Cehlarik

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow me on Twitter @Justyouknowhyyy

As George Michael once said: “You gotta have faith”

Faith is powerful. It allows us to hold on to hope when all seems lost. Faith is what makes the beginning of the season, whenever it may be, in this case, the most exciting time of the year. Faith fuels a certain optimism that colors everything around

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The Fours: Four Potential PTOs For the Bruins

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow Me On Twitter @justyouknowhyyy

As the Grateful Dead once said: What a long strange trip it has been.

Between virus-induced paused seasons, bubble cups, internal owner-player strife, and everything in between, it has been a wild off-season that is testing our patience as fans. It is fortunate then that as of this writing, the players and the owners are coming

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