Bruins VS Caps: How Did The Forwards Perform?

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

On the surface, Sunday’s preseason game against the Washington Capitals was just that, a preseason game. For the fans, it’s a sign that opening night of the NHL’s regular season is inching that much closer. For the players, it’s an opportunity to impress the coaches and win a spot in the lineup when the puck drops

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The Boston Bruins: A Beacon Of Hope And Strength In The Community

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

The Boston Bruins have made their mark on the city of Boston and the New England region since their inception in 1924. The Spoked-B has become a symbol of strength and hope for many throughout the years through the many heroic feats of players, historic comebacks, improbable victories, unmatched perseverance, determination, and the ability to bring

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Who Will Round Out The Bruins Blueline?

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By Jacob Albrecht | Sauce me a follow on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

Last week I covered the decisions the Bruins coaching staff and management have to make regarding who makes up the four forward lines for opening night. This week I’m back to cover which six of the eight NHL defenseman on the roster will lace up the skates for opening night against the Washington Capitals

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Bruins Have Difficult Choices To Make In Training Camp

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

The Bruins have a good problem going into training camp this September: too many good players that could earn a spot on the big club’s roster when the puck drops on the 2018-2019 NHL season. This “problem” is mostly centered around the forward core, and Don Sweeney, Bruce Cassidy and the rest of the staff have

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One Time Bruin Jarome Iginla Hangs Up His Skates

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

Jarome Iginla will be announcing his retirement from the NHL this coming Monday on July 30th, 2018. In his 20 NHL seasons, he played 16 of them with the Calgary Flames after being drafted 11th overall in 1995 by the Dallas Stars who then traded him to the Flames. Of the remaining 4 seasons,

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The Bruins Aren’t Losing The Atlantic Division Arms Race

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

The Atlantic Division has seen some major moves and improvements so far this offseason. The Toronto Maple Leafs won the John Tavares sweepstakes and inked him to a 7-year contract, the Tampa Bay Lightning extended Ryan McDonagh for 7 years at just under $7 million a year. Rumors have been swirling in

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Bruins Prospect Curtis Hall; High Ceiling, Great Flow

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

With their late 4th round pick in this year’s NHL Entry Draft, the Bruins selected center Curtis Hall, a Princeton, New Jersey native currently playing in the USHL at 119th overall. At only 18 years of age, Hall has a man’s body, coming in at 6’2″ and 200 pounds. Here are Hall’s first words as a Boston

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Reassessing Bruins’ Options At 2nd Line Right Wing

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

Now that the Ilya Kovalchuk sweepstakes are over and he has signed with the Los Angeles Kings, the Bruins will look to finalize the second forward line, specifically the wing on David Krejci’s right side. Don Sweeney and the Bruins have plenty of options to fill that role, both within and outside the organization.

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Former Bruin Daniel Paille’s Career Likely Over

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

Former Boston Bruin Daniel Paille is likely going to hang up his skates following a nasty blindsided hit to the head he suffered early last November while playing for the SHL’s Brynäs IF Club. Paille had suffered previous head injuries during his career in the NHL with the Bruins, but none of this magnitude. Here’s the hit he

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Could The Bruins Make A PK Subban Trade Work?

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

PK Subban is a name very well known amongst the Boston Bruins and their fans, mostly from his time with the Bruins’ greatest rival, the Montreal Canadiens. Subban has scored a numerous amount of massive goals against the Bruins over the years, especially in the playoffs. However, since being traded to the Nashville Predators before the 2016-2017 NHL

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