The 2022 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships is days away from puck drop, and the Bruins will have one prospect competing: 2021 first-rounder Fabian Lysell. The WJC is typically a highlight of the hockey world for prospect enthusiasts and casual fans alike, with many of the NHL’s future stars making their names in this elite … Keep Reading
Following Boston’s shootout loss to Vancouver on Wednesday night, a clamor arose from the hockey depths. After a disappointing run of games, an opinion pioneered by Mike Milbury in a radio appearance on WEEI emerged: the Bruins should blow it up. Milbury postulated that the Bruins should cash in on captain Patrice Bergeron, whose expiring contract and … Keep Reading
Help is on the way. The Bruins have been playing shorthanded over the course of the last week while being hamstrung due to a Covid shutdown in Providence which limited their ability to bring in reinforcements. Oskar Steen and Jack Ahcan have joined the Bruins as they prepare for a daunting game against the Lightning tonight before … Keep Reading
The AHL today announced the postponement of three games for the Providence Bruins as a result of a Covid outbreak in the Providence locker room. Per Mark Divver, the P-Bruins have double-digit cases, which forced the team into a complete shutdown. With the AHL’s grueling schedule of long bus rides and close-quarters … Keep Reading
Jake DeBrusk wants out. According to a recent report from TSN’s Ryan Rishaug, the Bruins’ 2015 first-rounder has requested a trade away from Boston, and the Bruins will work to facilitate a deal. DeBrusk, who was scratched last weekend, has long been a point of contention amongst Bruins fans, and this report is … Keep Reading
The Bruins game on Saturday ended a hair shy of 10 pm. It was a grueling contest, which was to be expected against the Flyers, but a pair of Derek Forbort goals and some late heroics from David Pastrnak sealed the 5-2 win. By the time postgame media wrapped up and the team departed … Keep Reading
One of the hallmarks of Don Sweeney’s tenure with the Bruins has been drafting players who end up playing at the NCAA level. While many teams still elect to prioritize those who go the Major Junior route, the Bruins have found success with NCAA players, including Boston University’s own Charlie McAvoy and … Keep Reading
The Providence Bruins put together their most complete weekend of the year, beating the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins and the Hershey Bears in a two-day tour of Pennsylvania. On Friday night, the P-Bruins chased reigning AHL Goaltender of the Month, Fille Lindberg, as they put four past the UMass product (who had previously allowed just … Keep Reading
It seems like the Bruins are saying and doing all the right things. The way the hockey world has reacted to Kyle Beach’s interview in the last week has been generally positive. Aside from certain players like Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, who decided to kowtow to members in the Hawks’ … Keep Reading
It was a busy weekend around the Bruins farm system. The Providence Bruins were back in action, playing on back-to-back nights after a four day break. Bruins prospects across the NCAA and various Major Junior leagues also saw ice time. Who were the standout performers amongst the Bruins farm system? Read on below … Keep Reading
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