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Milan Lucic Gives Some Insight on His Return to the Boston Bruins

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By: Kevin Perry | Follow Me on Twitter @Kevperry_

It comes as no surprise to anyone that Milan Lucic is excited about his return to the Boston Bruins. The 35-year-old winger acknowledges that he is on the back nine of his career but still believes he can contribute.  

“I wanted to have an opportunity to play and have a role. I’m … Keep Reading

Breaking Down The 2023 Boston Bruins NHL Entry Draft Selections

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – JUNE 29: Beckett Hendrickson celebrates after being selected 124th overall pick by the Boston Bruins during the 2023 Upper Deck NHL Draft at Bridgestone Arena on June 29, 2023, in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo Credit: Bruce Bennett/ Getty Images)

By: Kevin Perry | Follow Me on Twitter @Kevperry_

The Boston Bruins came into day two of the NHL Entry Draft with five selections and had a common theme … Keep Reading

On This Day in Boston Bruins History, 2011 Stanley Cup Final Game Seven

2011 Bruins SCF
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By: Kevin Perry | Follow Me on Twitter @Kevperry_

The Stanley Cup Final is the pinnacle of excitement in professional ice hockey, and the 2011 edition was no exception. Game seven of the 2011 Stanley Cup Final between the Vancouver Canucks and the Boston Bruins was a breathtaking showdown that showcased the sport’s intense competitiveness and the undying spirit … Keep Reading

Why the Boston Bruins and Jeremy Swayman Should Ink a One-Year Deal

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By: Kevin Perry | Follow Me on Twitter @Kevperry_

The Boston Bruins have more than a few decisions regarding their roster moving forward this offseason. With ten players hitting free agency this offseason, the Bruins can only retain some, but they should prioritize budding star goaltender Jeremy Swayman. It’s safe to say that the Boston Bruins are in salary hell, … Keep Reading

Providence Bruins Sign Owen Pederson to Two-Year AHL Contract

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By: Kevin Perry | Follow Me on Twitter @Kevperry_

Providence Bruins General Manager Evan Gold announced today that the team has signed undrafted free agent Owen Pederson to a two-year AHL contract. Pederson finished his final season of junior hockey with 32 goals and 42 assists, both career highs, for the Winnipeg Ice after five seasons with the club.

The 6’3″ … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins and Mason Lohrei Agree to Terms on a Two Year Entry-Level Contract

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By: Kevin Perry | Follow Me on Twitter @Kevperry_

The Boston Bruins and defenseman Mason Lohrei have agreed to terms on a two-year entry-level contract beginning in the 2023-24 season. Lohrei, who joined the Providence Bruins late in the season, played eight games total between the regular season and Calder Cup Playoffs, tallying an assist in those games.

Lohrei, a second-round selection of the … Keep Reading

Bruins Sweeney and Montgomery Are on the Same Page About How the Boston Season Ended

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By: Kevin Perry | Follow Me on Twitter @Kevperry_

Today the Boston Bruins organization hosted the end-of-season press conference. Bruins Chief Executive Officer Charlie Jacobs, President Cam Neely, General Manager Don Sweeney, and Head Coach Jim Montgomery were in attendance for this morning’s festivities.

After some technical difficulties early in the press conference and about a five-minute wait, the … Keep Reading

Bruins Unexpected Series Loss Leads to Question Marks Moving Into the Offseason

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By: Kevin Perry | Follow Me on Twitter @Kevperry_

Unfortunately, the historic 2022-23 Boston Bruins season ended with a game seven overtime loss last night against the Florida Panthers. The Bruins’ loss shocked everyone around the hockey world as Florida stormed into the series after being down three games to one, becoming the thirty-first team in NHL history to make that comeback … Keep Reading

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