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Boston Bruins: Marcus Johansson Is Not A Bad Consolation Prize

By: Michael DeRosa | Check me out on Twitter @michael_derosa4

He may not be Mark Stone or Artemi Panarin, but Marcus Johansson is a solid addition to the Boston Bruins. At the final minutes of the Trade Deadline, the Bruins finally brought in their much needed forward. To secure Johansson’s services, the  Bruins parted ways with this season’s second-round pick, as well as their 2020 fourth-round pick. This is a … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: Jake DeBrusk Breaking The Cold Streak

By: Michael DeRosa | Check me out on Twitter @michael_derosa4

With David Pastrnak expected to miss at least two weeks, it is now time for the Bruins’ secondary scoring to wake up. In last night’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks, it is clear that they took a step in the right direction. Danton Heinen has been fitting in perfectly with the first-line and is quickly silencing his critics. However, one … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: The Frank Vatrano Trade One Year Later

By: Michael DeRosa | Check me out on Twitter @michael_derosa4

It has been roughly one year since the Boston Bruins sent Frank Vatrano to the Florida Panthers for their 2018 third-round pick. The Bruins used this pick to draft versatile forward, Jakub Lauko. The future looks bright for Lauko, as he is currently playing well with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the QMJHL.

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Boston Bruins: The Importance Of Jake DeBrusk

By: Michael DeRosa | Check me out on Twitter @michael_derosa4

When the Boston Bruins drafted Jake DeBrusk with the 14th overall selection of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, there was a bit of skepticism throughout the fan base. This was entirely justifiable. He was ranked as the 28th best skater available in TSN’s final draft rankings. Many people believed that they could have done better with this pick, especially with … Keep Reading