Being a fan of the Boston Bruins is pretty great right now. Despite not having star players Charlie McAvoy and Brad Marchand in the lineup due to injury, the Bruins have gotten out to a 5-1-0 start, the best such mark in the NHL. They lead the league in goals for and are fifth in goal … Keep Reading
Trent Frederic seemed like a guy who was having an identity crisis. After an admittedly ineffective preseason where he was seemingly passed on the depth chart by A.J. Greer and Jakub Lauko, Frederic found himself in the press box for the opening night game against the Washington Capitals. It did not take long for Frederic to be … Keep Reading
With the start of the regular season only eight days away, the Bruins began trimming down their roster to the allotted 23-player limit. Per the NHL waiver wire, the Bruins placed forward Oskar Steen on waivers along with defensemen Connor Carrick and Nick Wolff. If another team does not claim them in … Keep Reading
When General Manager Don Sweeney announced the team’s free agent signings on July 1st, 2022, hardly anyone batted an eyelash. While players like Keith Kinkaid (167 games), Vinni Lettieri (82), A.J. Greer (47), and Connor Carrick (241) had NHL experience, they were seen mainly as depth pieces who would spend the year … Keep Reading
While it may not have been under the bright lights of an NHL arena, the Boston Bruins returned to the ice this past weekend at the three-game “Prospect Challenge,” hosted by the Buffalo Sabres. While the roster featured some of the organization’s brightest prospects, Fabian Lysell and John Beecher among them, there were a few … Keep Reading
July 1st, 2006, is the date that changed everything for fans of the Boston Bruins. After the canceled 2004-2005 season, the Bruins returned to the ice in disarray for the 2005-2006 season. A poor start to the season for the team … Keep Reading
I hate to admit it, but I think I may be breaking my own rule. Whenever the Bruins send a team of prospects to one of the preseason showcases, I try to keep a good perspective when watching the games. There are very few players with any NHL experience (the Bruins’ grizzled vet this weekend is Marc … Keep Reading
P.K. Subban in the Black and Gold? It is not as crazy of an idea as it would have been back in the early 2010s when Subban was Public Enemy #1 as a member of the rival Montreal Canadiens. With training camp just around the corner and rosters mostly set, significant transactions are few and far between. … Keep Reading
With the NHL bringing back the Reverse Retro jersey concept this season, the word is beginning to leak out that the Bruins will be bringing back the infamous ‘Pooh Bear’ logo. Chris Creamer of sportslogos.net tweeted a screen-grab from the NHL shop website that showed the Bruins will have the logo back … Keep Reading
The picture is starting to become a little bit more clear for the 2022-2023 Boston Bruins. General Manager Don Sweeney was extended. Jim Montgomery was hired to replace the fired Bruce Cassidy. Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci both decided to return to the Bruins and signed one-year deals. The newly acquired Pavel Zacha was … Keep Reading
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