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Charlie McAvoy Wins 7th Player Award


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By: Lauren Campbell | Follow me on Twitter: @lalalalaurrrren

Before Saturday afternoon’s showdown against the Florida Panthers, the Boston Bruins gave out  their annual NESN 7th Player Award — presented to the Bruin who exceeds the expectations of Bruins fans during the season.

This year, defensemean Charlie McAvoy was voted to win the award by a fan vote on

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Blues Schenn Will Not Face Discipline After Hit On Bruins Krejci


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By: Lauren Campbell | Follow on Twitter: @lalalalaurrrren 

On Thursday, the NHL Department of Player Safety announced there will be no further discipline for Brayden Schenn after he hit David Krejci in the head on Wednesday night.

Schenn was called for charging and given a two-minute minor in the second period during St. Louis’s 2-1 overtime win over the Bruins.

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BREAKING: David Backes Suspended Three Games


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By: Lauren Campbell | Follow on Twitter: @lalalalaurrrren

On Wednesday, the NHL Department of Player Safety announced that Boston Bruins forward David Backes has been suspended for three games after his hit on Detroit Red Wings center Frans Nielsen.

The hit came late in the first period after Backes made contact with Nielsen’s head with his shoulder while Nielsen did not have possession of the puck.

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Premature Panic: The Bruins Have Turned Their Season Around


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By: Lauren Campbell | Follow on Twitter: @lalalalaurrrren 

It’s March 7, 2018, and the Boston Bruins are 41-15-8.

I was very, very wrong about this team.

Back in October, I wrote about how it was already time to hit the panic button on this season. They were 2-3-0 through their first five games, they couldn’t string together consecutive regulation wins until November, and Tuukka Rask was playing Keep Reading

BREAKING: Bruins Acquire Rick Nash From Rangers

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By: Lauren Campbell | Follow on Twitter: @lalalalaurrrren

Ahead of Monday’s NHL trade deadline, the Boston Bruins completed a blockbuster deal to acquire six-time All-Star forward Rick Nash from the New York Rangers.

In exchange for Nash, New York will get forwards Matt Beleskey and Ryan Spooner, defenseman Ryan Lindgren, a first-round 2018 draft pick and a seventh-round 2019 draft pick.

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Zdeno Chara: The Bruins Ageless Wonder


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By: Lauren Campbell | Follow on Twitter: @lalalalaurrrren

In a year where the Bruins are completely exceeding expectations, there is one player who is quietly underrated. For what it’s worth, it’s definitely fun to talk about how fun this team is – from the rookies, Patrice Bergeron is having a spectacular year to Tuukka Rask completely turning into a brick wall – it’s easy to overlook one Keep Reading

Danton Heinen: A Quiet Star for the Boston Bruins


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By: Lauren Campbell                 Follow Me On Twitter @lalalalaurrrren

If you have been following the Bruins for the last month-and-a-half, then I don’t need to tell you they’re playing outstanding hockey. Things seem to be clicking on all cylinders for the B’s – from the offense to the defense to the goaltending and it’s clear this team is undeniably fun to watch.

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Tuukka Tales: The Turnaround of the Boston Goalie

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By: Lauren Campbell           Follow Me On Twitter @lalalalaurrrren 

If someone told me back in late October that the Boston Bruins would have 53 points heading into their bye week, I wouldn’t believe them – but alas, here we are on January 11 and the B’s are 23-10-7 with 53 points, good for second place in the Atlantic Division.

The three months of this Keep Reading