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Bruins Enjoy Solid Depth At Center

By Carrie Salls | Find me on Twitter @nittgrl73
The 2018-2019 season began with the question of who should be the Bruins’ third-line center. The first five months of the season was used to experiment with a number of options. Even when Boston traded fan-favorite Ryan Donato to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for East Weymouth-native Charlie Coyle not long before the trade deadline in February, many had their doubts … Keep Reading

Bruins' Chara Unsure About Opening Night Status

By Carrie Salls | Find me on Twitter @nittgrl73
Bruins Captain Zdeno Chara gave an update on his status for the beginning of the 2019-2020 season following captains’ practice on Friday. The 42-year-old defenseman said the answer to the question of whether he will suit up on opening night, Oct. 3, in Dallas depends on how he progresses through camp.

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Backes Appears Ready for Bruins Camp

By Carrie Salls | Find me on Twitter @nittgrl73
One of the most polarizing figures of the 2019 offseason, David Backes appeared on the ice at Warrior Ice Arena Wednesday morning for captains’ practice. A day earlier, it was reported by WEEI’s Matt Kalman that Backes’ agent said the veteran forward is “healthy and ready to go” for Bruins camp, which begins Sept. 12.

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Bruins NCAA Prospects Head Back to School

By Carrie Salls | Find me on Twitter @nittgrl73
It’s back-to-school time again. Six Boston Bruins prospects are currently playing or committed to play NCAA hockey, this season including John Beecher, Jack Becker, Cam Clarke, Curtis Hall, Dustyn McFaul and Jeremy Swayman.
Beecher was selected by the Bruins in the first round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft and will begin his collegiate hockey career at the University of Michigan … Keep Reading

Grzelcyk Ready to Go for Bruins

By Carrie Salls | Find me on Twitter @nittgrl73
The 2018-2019 season did not end well for Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk. Grzelcyk himself may not remember much of what happened after a hit in game two of the Stanley Cup Finals that sent his head careening off the boards and forcing him to be helped off the ice, but Boston fans surely do.
After that fateful hit, Grezelcyk was placed … Keep Reading

Where Does Lindholm Fit in Bruins Lineup?

By Carrie Salls | Find me on Twitter @nittgrl73
Not much has been said about Par Lindholm since the Bruins signed the 27-year-old Swedish forward to a two-year deal on July 1. Understandably, Bruins fans’ attention has been focused on whether, and how, the team can manage to sign restricted free agent defensemen Charlie McAvoy and/or Brandon Carlo to new contracts and less so on depth signings.
Lindholm, who can … Keep Reading

Senyshyn's Future in Boston Unclear

By Carrie Salls | Find me on Twitter @nittgrl73
It feels like Zach Senyshyn has been in the Bruins organization forever. The last of three first-round picks made by the Bruins in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, Senyshyn was also the last of the group to earn a call to show what he can do on the NHL level. Although, like Senyshyn, draft classmate Jakub Zboril has seen very little … Keep Reading

Will Bruins Sign McAvoy or Carlo Before Camp?

By Carrie Salls | Follow Me on Twitter @nittgrl73
August is upon us. With only about a month remaining until the players and coaches begin returning to Boston and training camp gets underway for the 2019-2020 season, the Bruins still have not signed key restricted free agents Charlie McAvoy or Brandon Carlo to new contracts. In fact, it doesn’t appear that team president Cam Neely and general manager Don Sweeney … Keep Reading

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