Is The Second Line The Key To The Bruins Playoff Success?

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By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

If you are a Bruins fan, unless you have been living in a cave for the last five years, you already know that Boston’s first line, comprised of Brad Marchand, Patrice Bergeron, and David Pastrnak, is one of the finest in the NHL. You also know that since Jarome Iginla left the Bruins (after the 2014

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The Best Bruin To Ever Wear The Number One

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By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

Welcome to the first of what will hopefully become a long and very entertaining series of articles. I am going to look at the best Bruin’s player to wear each number throughout the organization’s long and storied history. I will be skipping the retired numbers because it’s pretty self-explanatory who the best Bruin to

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Who Is The Bruins Biggest Rival Today?

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By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

 

If you have been a Bruins fan for more than 10 years, you should have a healthy, hotter than the heat of a thousand suns, passionate hatred for the Montreal Canadiens. Good vs. Evil…Night vs. Day…Heat Miser vs. Cold Miser…none of those have anything on Boston vs. Montreal. As a boy, I went to a B’s

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Does Bruins Cassidy Deserve The Jack Adams Award?

By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

For the last three years, I have watched the NHL awards nominations and the subsequent awards show and wondered when Bruce Cassidy is going to get some recognition as one of the best coaches in the league? Even though he was nominated in 2017-18, everyone knew that Gerard Gallant of Vegas was winning the award that year (despite the B’s finishing

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Should The Bruins Retire Tim Thomas’ Number?

By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

Whenever hockey fans get together to discuss whether a certain player’s number should be retired, the conversation is bound to get hot and heavy. When that player happens to be a goaltender, the discussion seems to be even more heated than it normally is for some reason? I’m not sure whether it is as simple as because goalies wear such a

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Tim Thomas

By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

Happy 46th Birthday To Boston Bruins Legend, Tim Thomas!

Thomas was born on April 15th, 1974, in Flint, MI, and was drafted by the now-defunct Quebec Nordiques in the ninth round (217 overall) of the National Hockey League Entry Draft in June of 1994. After graduating from Davison High School, he attended the University of Vermont from 1993-97.

The Catamounts went

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Hal Gill

By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

Happy 45th Birthday To Former Boston Bruins Defenseman Hal Gill!

Gill was born on April 6th, 1975, in Concord, MA, and was drafted by the Bruins in the eighth round (207 overall) of the National Hockey League Entry Draft in June of 1993. The 6′-7″, 243-pound behemoth of a man was drafted out of Nashoba Regional High School in Bolton, MA

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Report: Krug Asking For Six-Year, $49M Deal From The Bruins

By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

There has been a great deal of speculation about the status of Torey Krug and the contract negotiations between his camp and the Bruins. Krug has said he would like to remain in Boston and Don Sweeney has categorized the talks as “cordial”. On Saturday, reporter Shawn Hutcheon threw a little gasoline on the fire with this tweet:

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Lauko Will Reportedly Miss A Couple Of Weeks

By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19 
Jakub Lauko, the Bruins 2018 3rd Round pick (77th Overall), was super-excited about the prospect of playing before his native Czech crowd in the 2020 World Junior Championships. That excitement lasted all of one shift as Lauko was injured 53 seconds into the first game versus Russia. The CZE team held on for a 4-3 upset, but after the game, it

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