Bruins Lazar “Week-to-Week” With Upper-Body Injury

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By Ryan Ellis | Follow Ryan on Twitter @_RyEllis_

Boston Bruins forward Curtis Lazar has sustained an upper-body injury and is currently considered “week-to-week,” according to Head Coach Bruce Cassidy, who met with the media after today’s practice. Lazar made himself a fourth-line staple following a 2021 trade deadline deal that sent Anders Bjork and a second-round pick to the Buffalo Sabres

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Boston Bruins Prospects Lysell & Harrison Head North

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By Ryan Ellis | Follow Ryan on Twitter @_RyEllis_

Today the Boston Bruins have announced that two of their 2021 draft picks will head north of the border to join their respective Junior teams. 18-year-old forward Fabian Lysell will be taking his talents to the WHL’s Vancouver Giants, while 18-year-old center Brett Harrison joins the Oshawa Generals of the OHL.

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Boston Bruins NCAA Prospects Part 3

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow Ryan on Twitter @_RyEllis_

In our third and final look at the Boston Bruins prospects playing this season in the NCAA, we find a few of the more talked about youngsters in the organization. These three 20-year-old NHL hopefuls have high expectations. It would be worth your while as a Bruins fan to familiarize yourself with their names and their games. It

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Boston Bruins NCAA Prospects Part 2

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow Ryan on Twitter @_RyEllis_

Continuing our look into the Boston Bruins prospects playing this upcoming season in the NCAA, we bring three more young NHL hopefuls outside of our quaint region in the North East of the continental US. As stated in Part One of this collegiate series, the Bruins currently have nine total student-athletes in the organization.

Over the

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Boston Bruins NCAA Prospects Part 1

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow Ryan on Twitter @_RyEllis_

With NHL and Boston Bruins action less than a month away, it’s hard not to get excited at the idea of strolling down Causeway and moseying on up the North Station escalators into the TD Garden. The sensory overload provided by the sounds of the organ, raucous fans, and PA announcer mixed with the faint smell

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Will the Bruins Boost Camp Competition with PTOs?

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow Me On Twitter @_RyEllis_

At this point in the off-season, NHL fans can get a good look at their projected opening night rosters. The big free agents are off the board and will be reporting to their respective camps at some point in the next few weeks. The newest additions to the Boston Bruins have been critiqued

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My Picks for Bruins Uniform Ads

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow me on Twitter @_RyEllis_

The NHL announced earlier this off-season that teams would be selling ad space on their uniforms for the first time. Outrage ensued on social media for a few days as the photo-shop wizards worked their magic. Since then, the uproar has simmered. Cooler heads prevailed as those of us who understood that

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Remembering Boston’s Own, Jimmy Hayes

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow Me On Twitter @_RyEllis_

Tragedy, often like a fog, rolls in unexpectedly and overstays its welcome. Similarly, the sudden murkiness that can cause pause and confusion all but forces us to slow down and refocus. On Monday morning, former Boston Bruin and Dorchester’s own, Jimmy Hayes, had unexpectedly passed away at age 31. Leaving behind a beautiful family, his wife

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Bruins Forward Depth Gives Cassidy Options

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow Me On Twitter @_RyEllis_

The dog-days of the Bruins off-season roll-on, highjacked by David Krejci’s decision to return to the Czech Republic, his departure, and the second line center saga, continue to be the overwhelming favorite topic amongst armchair experts. Personally, I am tapping out of David Krejci talk as well as Charlie Coyle talk. Despite the cryptic narrative leaving

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