The Trade Deadline is now behind us, and with the Boston Bruins in action against the Montreal Canadiens on Monday night, they will have to wait for their shiny new toys to make their debut. Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney and company did the majority of their work on March 19th when they acquired left defenseman Hampus … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins should not be keeping Jake DeBrusk as “their own rental.”
Speaking with the NHL Network, Sportsnet insider Elliotte Friedman suggested that because Boston is going for a Stanley Cup, he believes that means that Jake DeBrusk will stay in Boston beyond the NHL Trade Deadline. However, if management believes that Jake DeBrusk is … Keep Reading
The Blackhawks came to town for the first time since December 5th, 2019, where the Bruins lost 4-3 in overtime. The 2013 Stanley Cup opponents have not played each other since February 5th, 2020. The two teams are currently going in opposite directions as Chicago is third-last in the Western Conference while the Bruins continue to climb the … Keep Reading
After scoring the overtime winner in Seattle on February 24th, DeBrusk commented on his trade request for the first time since his trade request became public on November 29th. DeBrusk told the media that he would “plead the fifth” on all questions relating to his trade request and would not become a distraction to his team.… Keep Reading
The NHL Trade Deadline is officially three weeks away. The Bruins have been heavily involved in trade rumors given the very public trade requests of both Jake DeBrusk, and to a lesser extent Zach Senyshyn. Both players were involved in the not-so-good (to say the least) 2015 NHL Entry Draft, and both players are looking for a … Keep Reading
The Bruins went a respectable 3-2-1 during Brad Marchand’s six-game suspension for his antics against Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry. However, when Bergeron was out with an upper-body injury during the first three games of Marchand’s suspension, the Bruins went 1-1-1, having only scored three goals in those games. Since 2016, including the most recent three games, the … Keep Reading
The Bruins defeated the Colorado Avalanche 5-1 this afternoon in TD Garden. It was arguably their best 60-minute performance this year, having dominated a Stanley Cup favorite in their last game without leading scorer Brad Marchand. Jeremy Swayman made 30 stops and continues his run of improved play since his recall from Providence. … Keep Reading
It is not a matter of if, but when Jake DeBrusk is traded. As it stands, the third line is currently situated with DeBrusk on the left, Coyle down the middle, and Steen on the right. This line has been inconsistent at best, with Steen being a healthy scratch on two … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins returned from All-Star Weekend to face off against their Black N’ Gold rivals, the Pittsburgh Penguins. Jeremy Swayman got the start in his first game back since being sent down to Providence. The Bruins came out in the first period looking energized and well-rested. Especially David Pastrnak, who continued his hot streak with two goals … Keep Reading
For the first time in franchise history, the Bruins and the Seattle Kraken faced off in TD Garden. The Bruins returned home after a 1 – 1 – 1 record on the road, with their most recent loss coming from a 6 – 1 beatdown in Dallas. Ullmark made his fourth start in a row … Keep Reading
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