Boston Bruins Film Session: Hampus Lindholm vs the New York Rangers (4-23-22)

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @NHLJoeTravia

Twitter is a weird place (duh). After last week’s 4-0 shutout loss, some of the discourse was puzzling at best, downright crazy at worst. I saw people calling for Bruce Cassidy to be fired, Brad Marchand to be benched, calling the team a fraud, etc. I try to

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Boston Bruins Film Session: Power Play Woes Continue vs Ottawa (4-14-22)

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter @NHLJoeTravia

I made the joke. You made the joke. We all made the joke. Coming into the game mired in an 0-22 slump with the man advantage, every time the referee’s arm went up to call the Senators for a penalty, fans all had the same thing on their minds.

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Boston Bruins Film Session: Charlie McAvoy vs Washington (4-10-22)

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter and Instagram: @NHLJoeTravia

Originally tweeted by JFresh (@JFreshHockey) on March 29, 2022.

While the Bruins did not have much to celebrate on Sunday, dropping a 4-2 decision to last year’s playoff foe, the Washington Capitals, one bright spot was the play of 24-year-old defensive anchor Charlie McAvoy. With his punishing physical play and slick puck-moving,

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Boston Bruins Film Session: Player Spotlight- Jake DeBrusk vs Columbus (4-4-22)

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By Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter @NHLJoeTravia

Welcome to my new series for blackngoldhockey.com, Boston Bruins Film Session! In my 31 years watching hockey, I have found that reading the box score is just a small part of evaluating a player’s overall performance. While the goal highlights are always nice, they are just small moments that happen throughout the course of

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The Boston Bruins Goalie Carousel of 2021-2022

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter @NHLJoeTravia

To say the Boston Bruins goaltending situation has been unpredictable the last nine months would be an understatement. After a second-round exit to the New York Islanders last year, franchise mainstay Tuukka Rask announced he was dealing with a torn labrum in his hip that would require surgery. The recovery would

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