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Vezina: The Case for Boston Bruins’ Linus Ullmark

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter @_MikeSullivan

Coming into the 2022-2023 Boston Bruins season, expectations for this team were all over the place, and rightfully so. With an aging core in Patrice Bergeron, David Krejci, and Brad Marchand, coupled with injuries to key players such as Charlie McAvoy, Brad Marchand, and Matt Grzelcyk, many people took the stance in saying that this … Keep Reading

Importance of the Remaining Atlantic Division Matchups for the Boston Bruins

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter @_MikeSullivan

At this point in the season, the Boston Bruins have reached an unattainable record of 34-5-4 through 41 games. That’s a winning percentage of .837. In comparison, the second-closest winning percentage in the NHL belongs to the Carolina Hurricanes at .705. The gap between the Bruins and the rest of the league continues to grow, and … Keep Reading

New Years’ Resolutions For The Boston Bruins

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter @_MikeSullivan

The Boston Bruins and their fans have little to complain about coming into the new year.

The 2022-2023 Boston Bruins became the first team in the league to reach 30 wins this season, and it only took them 38 games. That ties the second fastest to reach 30 wins in NHL history, placing them alongside … Keep Reading

Patience is A Virtue: Jeremy Swayman

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter @_MikeSullivan

Jeremy Swayman has had a lackluster performance at the beginning of the season, to say the least. His numbers have been below average, the confidence we had all gotten accustomed to seeing last season, and his ability to close up any open space between the pipes seemed to vanish early on in the season.

Since … Keep Reading

Bruce Cassidy Returns and Boston’s Undefeated Home Record is Finished

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter @_MikeSullivan

“The most beautiful moments always seemed to accelerate and slip beyond one’s grasp just when you want to hold onto them for as long as possible.”
― E.A. Bucchianeri

Last night, Boston’s 14-0-0 home record was broken with a shootout loss to Bruce Cassidy’s Vegas Golden Knights last night. The undefeated home stand has come to an end. … Keep Reading

Bruce Cassidy Returns To Boston: What To Expect

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow Me on Twitter: @_MikeSullivan

Former head coach of the Boston Bruins, Bruce Cassidy, is set to return to TD Garden on Monday night. The reaction from fans is contradictory. Some expect boos, others expect cheers, while others remain neutral. Regardless of your opinion, Monday night should be an exciting spectacle for all to behold.

Bruce Cassidy spent six seasons with the Boston … Keep Reading

Patrice Bergeron’s Unmatched Leadership Qualities

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow Me On Twitter @_MikeSullivan

When you think of Patrice Bergeron, many terms of endearment come to mind. Trustworthy, honorable, selfless, respected, reliable, relentless, and most of all, his ability to be a role model.

The Boston Bruins selected Patrice Bergeron 45th overall in the second round of the 2003 NHL entry draft. Since then, he has led the Boston Bruins … Keep Reading

The Significance of Hampus Lindholm to the Boston Bruins

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter: @_MikeSullivan

When Don Sweeney acquired Hampus Lindholm from the Anaheim Ducks for a first-round pick, two second-round picks, Urho Vaakanainen and John Moore, it was widely considered a good move for Boston. Looking back at it today, it was a phenomenal move by Sweeney and crew.

Hampus Lindholm was known as a notable defenseman around the league … Keep Reading

Projections of a Fully Healthy Boston Bruins Lineup

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on twitter: @_MikeSullivan

Injuries are bound to happen during an 82-game schedule in the national hockey league. Unfortunately, the Boston Bruins had to deal with three critical injuries to start the season. Matt Grzelcyck, Brad Marchand, and Charlie McAvoy. For those counting, that’s a first-line elite winger in Brad Marchand, a first-pairing Norris Trophy-competing defenseman in Charlie … Keep Reading

Offensive Depth No Longer a Liability for the Boston Bruins

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter: @_MikeSullivan

The lack of offensive depth has been a primary point of criticism for the Boston Bruins in past seasons. In years past, especially last season without David Krejci in the lineup, the Bruins relied heavily on the “Perfection Line” … Keep Reading

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