Philadelphia Freedom? Who Could The Boston Bruins Pursue In A Trade With The Flyers?

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By: Dan Anderson| Follow me on Twitter @DanAnderson5970

Historically the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers have had similar teams. Hard-nosed, physical, and aggressive, both franchises have fielded hockey clubs that match their east coast cities’ attitude. The Bruins and Flyers met in the 1974 Stanley Cup finals, which Philadelphia, led by ex-Bruin Bernie Parent, won four games to two. The Flyers became the first

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Can The Bruins Create A Trading Storm With The Hurricanes?

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By: Dan Anderson| Follow me on Twitter @DanAnderson5970

As I have completed my review of Western Conference teams, it’s now time to look at the Eastern Conference. There are two teams, in particular, I have been monitoring as possible trading partners with the Boston Bruins for help on defense. One of these two teams is the Carolina

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Bark At The Moon? Prospects For A Boston Bruins And Arizona Coyotes Trade.

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By: Dan Anderson| Follow me on Twitter @DanAnderson5970

Speculation lately has the Boston Bruins or Vancouver Canucks as the leading candidates to acquire defenseman Oliver Ekman-Larsson. From my perspective, if this is true, I think it is in the best interests of the Boston Bruins that Vancouver makes the trade. Ekman-Larsson is twenty-nine years old and under contract at $8.25M through 2026-27, at which point

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Oilers And Bruins: Could They be Trading Again?

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By: Dan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @DanAnderson5970

The Boston Bruins and Edmonton Oilers have a long history of making trades, dating back to when Harry Sinden and Glen Sather were the respective General Managers. Players such as Andy Moog, Bill Ranford, Geoff Courtnall, Vladimir Ruzicka, Greg Hawgood, Ken Linseman, Bill Guerin, Anson Carter, and Mike Krushelnyski wore both uniforms at some point in

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Might The Bruins And Ducks Make Another Trade?

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By: Dan Anderson | Follow Me On Twitter @DanAnderson5970

The Boston Bruins and Anaheim Ducks made two trades last season. The first occurred on February 21, 2020, and sent David Backes, Axel Andersson, and the Bruins’ first-round draft choice to Anaheim in exchange for Ondrej Kase. The Bruins also retained a portion of Backes’s salary. In this case, the first-round pick was

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Prospects For A Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche Trade Prior To Free Agency

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By: Dan Anderson | Follow Me On Twitter @DanAnderson5970

At the beginning of the 2019-2020 NHL playoffs, I considered the Colorado Avalanche the favorite to come out of the western conference. Lead by star players Nathan MacKinnon and Gabriel Landeskog, it appeared the former Quebec Nordiques might be the Boston Bruins’ opponent if the Bruins reached the Stanley Cup finals. After a disappointing playoff for

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Could the Boston Bruins and Minnesota Wild be making a trade this off-season?

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By: Dan Anderson | Follow Me On Twitter @DanAnderson5970

One of the noticeable trends in the NHL over the past decade or so is the amount of ex-Boston Bruin players and or management hired into management positions for other teams. The Minnesota Wild are not an exception to this trend, having hired Bill Guerin to be their general manager in August

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Do The Bruins Have A Potential Trading Partner In The Calgary Flames?

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By: Dan Anderson | Follow Me On Twitter @DanAnderson5970

As the aging core lineup for the Boston Bruins has limited time to win another Stanley Cup, Don Sweeney has been busy trying to find the right combination of players to put the team over the top. Trades for Rick Nash and Ondrej Kase in recent seasons have not worked as planned. With free agency pending

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