With the April 12 NHL trade deadline less than a week away, Don Sweeney and Boston Bruins management are determining the best course of action to proceed with this season while balancing the long-term needs of the hockey club. The Bruins are currently in fourth place in the East Division with 46 points in 36 games. Ahead of … Keep Reading
With the NHL trade deadline less than two weeks away, the pressure is on Don Sweeney to make the necessary upgrades to position the Boston Bruins for a run at the Stanley Cup. Currently, the Bruins sit in fourth place in the newly formed East Division, four points ahead of the Philadelphia Flyers, who are sinking like the … Keep Reading
Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney is fast approaching the place in Bruins fan’s hearts that only Tuukka Rask resides in right now. You either love him, or you hate him. Regardless of what side of the aisle you fall on, one of the things all Bruins fans can agree on, Sweeney excels at re-signing Restricted … Keep Reading
As the Boston Bruins approach the April 12, 2021, NHL Trade Deadline, could they do the unimaginable? Could they be sellers? Should they be sellers? Not since 1999-2000 have the Bruins traded players away at the deadline.
On March 6, 2000, the Bruins were floundering with a 19-26-17-4 record, … Keep Reading
As the shortened 2020-2021 season chugs along, NHL General Managers are preparing for the April 12 trade deadline with an eye on the upcoming expansion draft for the NHL’s newest team, the Seattle Kraken.
In the 2017 Vegas Golden Knights expansion draft, of the 30 NHL teams, eight decided to go the route … Keep Reading
On December 21, 2020, the NHL announced the new divisional format for the upcoming 2020-21 season. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic and travel restrictions, there will be four divisions, three of which will have eight teams, with the remaining division consisting of the seven Canadian teams.
Also, this year will be a condensed 56-game schedule that includes only … Keep Reading
Is 2020-21 a transitional season for the Boston Bruins? It seems like an odd question considering the Bruins won the President’s Trophy with the best record in the NHL. They were the only team in the league that reached 100 points in an abbreviated season that saw the league shut down for almost five months between … Keep Reading
On October 13, 2020, Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced that David Pastrnak had a right hip arthroscopy and labral repair in mid-September and would be out for approximately five months. That would put his return towards the end of February. With the 2020-21, NHL season set to begin on January 13 with a condensed 56 game … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins, coming off of a heartbreaking game seven loss to the St Louis Blues in the 2019 Stanley Cup Final, had a very quiet offseason. They signed Brett Ritchie and Par Lindholm on the first day of free agency and added some depth pieces for the Providence Bruins.
Coming into the 2018-19 season, the Boston Bruins are feeling pretty good about themselves after advancing to the second round of the 2017-18 NHL playoffs before losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning in five games. There were some important additions made for the upcoming season. Below we’ll take a look at them.
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