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Why The Bruins Trading David Krejci Is A Dumb Idea

By: Spencer Fascetta | Follow Me on Twitter @PuckNerdHockey

Anybody else sick and tired of the great David Krejci debates? Y’know, the ones where people claim that he sucks, and is overpaid, and needs to be traded immediately? So, I decided to take a look at it. The following are a series of graphs I constructed using data from this past season, and over Krejci’s entire NHL career, to demonstrate … Keep Reading

PuckNerd Presents: Way Too Early 2018 Boston Bruins Roster Preview

By: Spencer Fascetta | Follow Me on Twitter @PuckNerdHockey

August 2018 roster analysis pic

So, the offseason is about halfway over. And due to some serious technical issues (CURSE YOU DELL!!!! *shakes fist angrily in the air while thunder claps in the background*) there has been a severe dearth of BFR videos. So, I delve into the B’s offseason moves and project my ideal lineup for the upcoming season despite it being far too … Keep Reading

The Newest Bruin: Axel Andersson Earns ELC (Say that 5 times fast)

(Photo Credit: Angela Spagna)

**This article was updated July 2nd, 2018 with new information on Andersson’s contract specifics. All updates are italicized. 

By: Spencer Fascetta | Follow Me on Twitter @PuckNerdHockey

Some fans (myself included) may have felt that Axel Andersson … Keep Reading

B’s Dip Into Hurricanes’ Depth Again, Sign Nordstrom to 2 Year Deal.

By: Spencer Fascetta | Follow Me on Twitter @PuckNerdHockey

Remember when the Bruins took a chance on some guy from Carolina 2 years ago in free agency, and he turned into a 3rd Line Center of every B’s fan’s dreams? Joakim Nordstrom may not be Riley Nash, but apparently, the Bruins are comfortable using the Hurricanes’ bottom half of the roster as their depth farm system. The Bruins signed Nordstrom, … Keep Reading

Evaluating Boston’s O’Fer at the 2018 NHL Awards

By: Spencer Fascetta | Follow Me on Twitter @PuckNerdHockey

OK, in all fairness, I don’t think Patrice Bergeron was this year’s Selke winner. It really should’ve been Sean Couturier. Bergeron is the best defensive forward of this generation, and has a legitimate argument for the best of all time – but that’s not what this article is about. Instead, I want to discuss why the way the PHWA votes for … Keep Reading

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