Should the Boston Bruins Pull A Wild Trade?

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by Matt Barry | Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

After a less than eventful free agency period for the Boston Bruins, there is still time in this offseason to explore trades that may work to fill some holes and provide much needed veteran depth. Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney has said that there will not be any major free

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How A One Year Realignment Could Affect the Boston Bruins

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by Matt Barry  |  Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

As the National Hockey League continues to evaluate a plan to begin the 2021-22 season, much of how they proceed could depend on travel restrictions that could still be in place between the United States and Canada. The league is targeting a possible January 1st start date for the regular season with camps opening in December.

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What Happened to the Boston Bruins’ Offseason Plan?

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By Matt Barry | Follow Me On Twitter @oobcards

On this very website, I wrote on September 26, 2020, that the Bruins, after all the talk about making difficult decisions about their roster, could potentially be looking at cheaper options this offseason. At first, it seemed that the Bruins were ready to add game-changing pieces to a team that seemed to

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The Boston Bruins Go Off The Draft Board

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by Matt Barry | Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

The Boston Bruins prepared for the 2020 NHL Entry Draft without a first-round pick. That selection was now in the hands of the Anaheim Ducks, who would choose right-wing Jacob Perreault with the 27th pick out of the Ontario Hockey League. Now the trade for Ondrej Kase is complete with the Ducks taking David Backes,

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Notes From Bruins Don Sweeney’s Pre Draft Press Conference

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By: Matt Barry | Follow Me On Twitter @oobcards

As the 2020 NHL Entry Draft approaches on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney held a pre-draft Zoom press conference to discuss many hot topics. There has been tremendous buzz surrounding the Bruins ever since their second-round exit in the playoffs. Everyone from Tuukka Rask to Brandon Carlo to Jake

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What Value Can Bruins Fans Expect with the 58th Pick?

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by Matt Barry | Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

The Boston Bruins do not have a first-round pick in the 2020 National Hockey League Draft due to including the selection in the trade that brought winger Ondrej Kase to Boston. The team now has to wait until the 58th pick in the second round to make their first selection

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Would The Lightning and Bruins be Good Trade Partners?

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by Matt Barry | Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

Now that the Tampa Bay Lightning have won the Stanley Cup in an unprecedented season, teams will have very little time before offseason moves will begin. The NHL Draft is October 6-7, and the free agency period starts just two days later on October 9. Two of the teams who could be the busiest will be

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The Bottom Six For The Boston Bruins Needs To Be Top Notch

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By: Matt Barry | Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

For the Boston Bruins to compete for another Stanley Cup, their offensive production will have to improve from all four lines, particularly in even-strength situations. The talk has mostly been about adding a capable scoring threat at right-wing for the second line with center David Krejci. This is a significant need

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Is Pasta a 2nd Line Dish That Could Be Served For The Bruins In 2020/21?

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by Matt Barry | Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

When the Boston Bruins won the Stanley Cup in 2011, production was coming from all four lines. Even in 2019, the additions of Charlie Coyle and Marcus Johansson provided depth and solid 5 on 5 play from the third line. But the second line has provided inconsistent play and was a detriment to Bruce Cassidy’s

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