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Don’t Be Crazy, The Bruins Should Not Trade Linus Ullmark

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It is no secret that the Boston Bruins are currently in a precarious position regarding the salary cap. As things stand presently, the Bruins have only $4,758,333 of space to agree to contracts with Unrestricted Free Agents Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci and newly acquired Restricted Free Agent Pavel Zacha. To put … Keep Reading

Bruins Sign Goaltender Keith Kinkaid

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While it was a mostly quiet first day of free agency for the Bruins, General Manager Don Sweeney announced a string of depth signings that should bolster the Providence Bruins lineup and provide Boston with insurance in case of emergency. Among those signings was 33-year-old goaltender Keith Kinkaid, who agreed to a … Keep Reading

Report: Bruins Linked To Tyler Bertuzzi

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Fresh off signing his extension with the Bruins and hiring Jim Montgomery as the team’s next head coach, it is time for Don Sweeney to get to work. While we have already highlighted players like RFA Miles Wood and UFA Nazem Kadri, the Bruins’ complicated salary cap situation may force them to depend … Keep Reading

The Bruins Need A Center, Could Nazem Kadri Be A Fit?

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The Bruins have a problem at the center position. Captain and franchise mainstay Patrice Bergeron is not sure to return, leaving Erik Haula, Charlie Coyle, and Tomas Nosek as the only established NHL players at the position on the roster. Jack Studnicka is a Restricted Free Agent and has shown little … Keep Reading

Report: Bruins Schedule Interviews With Five Head Coaching Candidates

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One day after news broke of Bruce Cassidy being hired by the Vegas Golden Knights, it appears that the Bruins have identified their preliminary list of candidates to replace him as the team’s Head Coach. According to the Worcester Telegram & Gazette’s Joe McDonald, the Bruins currently have interviews with five candidates: Jim Montgomery, Jay Leach, … Keep Reading

Bruins Armchair GM: Should the Bruins Look at Miles Wood?

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To put it lightly, the Bruins are a total mess as they head into the off-season. GM Don Sweeney doesn’t have a new contract. Head Coach Bruce Cassidy was just fired. Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, and Matt Grzelcyk all had surgeries that will have them miss the start of next season. Mike Reilly had an ankle … Keep Reading

2022 Boston Bruins Off-Season Trade Market Primer

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It’s safe to say that this will be a very interesting off-season for the Boston Bruins. After a disappointing first-round exit to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round, the Bruins need to reshape the roster a bit if they want to compete with the league’s best. With guys like Brad Marchand, David … Keep Reading

Neely: Bruins Working On Extension With Don Sweeney; Less Committal On Bruce Cassidy

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One of the biggest questions going into the Bruins’ off-season was the contract status of General Manager Don Sweeney. With his contract expiring and the team seemingly stuck in neutral coming off a first-round playoff loss to the Carolina Hurricanes, many wondered if Sweeney would not have his contract renewed. During his end of the season … Keep Reading

Bruins Sign 2019 First Round Pick Johnny Beecher to Entry-Level Contract

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It has been a busy day to start the offseason for the Boston Bruins. Shortly after news broke that young defenseman Jakub Zboril signed a two-year extension with the club, the Bruins announced that 2019 first-round draft pick (30th overall) Johnny Beecher had signed his three-year entry-level. The contract has an annual cap … Keep Reading

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