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Three Takeaways From the Bruins’ Game 1 win Over Toronto

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

Auston Matthews and a wide-open net: a scenario every team across the National Hockey League never hopes to find themselves in. So when the Boston Bruins eyed the seasoned sniper staring down a blank six-by-four while holding a 1-0 lead in the first period, it looked like Game 1 of the first round of … Keep Reading

The Bruins Need Brad Marchand More Than Ever Against the Leafs in Round 1

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What a difference a year can make. Just 12 months ago, the Boston Bruins were the hands-down favorite to hoist the Stanley Cup after their historic season. It was championship, or bust: there was no in-between. And while the B’s have posted another successful campaign in the record books this season, things look much … Keep Reading

Bruins set for Timeless Clash with Toronto in First Round of Stanley Cup Playoffs

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This matchup seemed inevitable. For the fourth time since 2013, the Boston Bruins will square off with the Toronto Maple Leafs in the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. After the Bruins squandered the final game of their centennial season on Tuesday, the Florida Panthers claimed the Atlantic Division to force a … Keep Reading

Bruins Mason Lohrei Eyeing Potential Assignment to Providence

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Mason Lohrei has shown he is capable of being a regular National Hockey League blueliner. He’s also demonstrated lapses in his game that have made him a defensive liability at times this season for the Boston Bruins. As a result, he’s had a short leash under head coach Jim Montgomery—and the rookie may be … Keep Reading

Bruins Don Sweeney Tabbed Management Roles in Upcoming Team Canada Events

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Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney received some well-deserved recognition on Friday morning. Hockey Canada appointed Sweeney to a pair of management roles in two upcoming Team Canada events, including general manager for the 2025 National Hockey League 4 Nations Face-Off and assistant general manager for the 2026 Olympic team.… Keep Reading

Bruins Should Consider Sticking With New Third-Line Trio

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An abundance of uncertainty looms over the Boston Bruins with the Stanley Cup Playoffs less than two weeks away. The logistics of a potential goalie rotation, the return of Pat Maroon, and a struggling power play are all questions Jim Montgomery and the Bruins will yearn to find answers to … Keep Reading

Brad Marchand Cashes in 400th Career Goal in Boston’s 4-1 win Over Carolina

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You could almost feel Brad Marchand exhale on Thursday night. After ten games without lighting the lamp, the Boston Bruins captain has racked up yet another milestone. His first-period breakaway goal against the Carolina Hurricanes was his 400th National Hockey League career goal, and the monkey was finally off his back.

“Lately trying not … Keep Reading

Where Does Pat Maroon Slot Into the Bruins Lineup Once Healthy?

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Don Sweeney’s primary trade deadline acquisition is inching closer to cracking Jim Montgomery’s lineup. Pat Maroon—who is recovering from back surgery he underwent on February 6—is practicing with the Boston Bruins and is currently with the team on the road ahead of their matchup with the Nashville Predators on Tuesday.

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Bruins ink Jaxon Nelson to a One-Year, Entry-Level Contract

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The Boston Bruins have made a splash in the NCAA free-agent market. Don Sweeney announced on Tuesday morning that Boston had signed Jaxon Nelson to a one-year, entry-level contract worth $870,000. Nelson–a product of the University of Minnesota–will report to the Providence Bruins on an amateur tryout basis.

The 6’4″, 220-pound power forward … Keep Reading

Overtime Penalty Kill Lifts Bruins Past Washington in 3-2 Shootout Thriller

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It wasn’t looking good for the Boston Bruins on Saturday night. Just 57 seconds into overtime against the Washington Capitals, Hampus Lindholm committed a double minor high-sticking penalty to leave Boston shorthanded for the rest of the five-minute frame.

So Boston’s penalty kill unit dug in, killing off all four minutes to … Keep Reading

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