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Author: Nicholas Parker

Bruins Defensive Options in This Summers NHL Free Agency

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By: Nicholas Parker | Follow Me On Twitter @NickParker15

The Boston Bruins are looking to make some changes going into the 2021-2022 season. Team President Cam Neely has stated that they are looking at adding a strong left-shot defenseman. I thought I would go through some options via free agency that would match up with what Boston needs. 

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A Look Back at the Bruins vs. Capitals 2021 Regular Season Matchups

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By: Nick Parker | Follow me on Twitter @NickParker15

With the Bruins Stanley Cup Playoffs already underway in Washington and down in the first-round series 1-0 to the Capitals, I thought I would go through the eight games they faced each other during the 2021 regular season, as well as my personal take and prediction for the series. 

January 30th @WSH 3-4 OT L

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Boston Bruins Alternate Jersey History

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By: Nick Parker | Follow me on Twitter @NickParker15

After the Boston Bruins wore their Reverse Retro jerseys at Lake Tahoe, I thought it would be interesting to take a look back into their history of alternate jerseys designs. This will include third jerseys as well as specialty jerseys, such as ones worn at the Winter Classic. 

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Bruins Pastrnak Off to a Quick Start

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By: Nick Parker | Follow me on Twitter @NickParker15

David Pastrnak is an elite player in the NHL. Finishing tied with Alexander Ovechkin in goals last season, the Boston Bruins knew that after off-season hip surgery, it might take some time to get back up to game speed and find his scoring touch again. Apparently, he just needed three games. On Wednesday night, Pastrnak scored … Keep Reading

Bruins Line Combinations/Pasta’s Return

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By: Nick Parker | Follow me @NickParker15

After finally breaking through five on five with three goals on Thursday night, the Boston Bruins looked poised to be able to repeat and build on the scoring success that had evaded them for the previous three games on Saturday. After doing some line juggling due to injury Coach Bruce Cassidy was able to get secondary scoring beyond … Keep Reading