The Bruins Will Miss Jeremy Lauzon More Than You Think

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By: Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

The Expansion Draft kicked off last night at 8 PM Eastern and featured the newest NHL franchise, the Seattle Kraken, taking one player from every team to form their squad. The news was leaked earlier in the day by the President of Hockey Content over at Daily Faceoff Frank Seravalli and

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Bruins Release Protected List for Expansion Draft

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By Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

The Boston Bruins released their list of protected players for the Expansion Draft this morning, and it looks exactly as most Bruins fans expected it would. The list can be found in the link in this tweet from the NHL Public Relations account.

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Pros and Cons of A Bruins Trade for Jack Eichel

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By Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

If you haven’t heard, Jack Eichel wants out of Buffalo. The Sabres themselves even are ready to move on from Jack Eichel. This is according to NHL insider Pierre Lebrun, who tweeted this out back in mid-June.

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Could the Bruins Buy Low on Tarasenko?

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By Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

Rumors circulated yesterday that the St. Louis Blues were looking at trade options for star right-winger Vladimir Tarasenko. The three-time All-Star looks to be on the outs in a St. Louis team that is likely looking at a restructure, following their first-round sweep at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche.

A few years

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Boston Bruins Expansion Draft Preview

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By Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

The Bruins season is over. After losing in six games to the New York Islanders, the summer break is sadly here. In a typical offseason, teams re-assess their roster to try and figure out what went wrong or how they can improve. They’ll then turn their attention to free agency and the trade

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Taylor Hall Sounds Like He Wants a Bruins Reunion

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By Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

When the Bruins traded for former MVP Taylor Hall at the trade deadline, many fans and those in the media were not exactly sure what player the team was getting. Talks of “locker room cancer” swirled around, and a lot of talk about how he only had two goals in 37 games this season. Much of

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Bruins Brandon Carlo may Have Dodged a Bullet

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By: Spencer Lindsay | Follow me @dispencer88

Brandon Carlo exited Game three on Thursday night after taking a hard hit from Islanders fourth-line forward Cal Clutterbuck. Immediately after taking the hit, Carlo struggled multiple times to get back onto his feet before he finally had to be helped off the ice. He did not return to the game, and Bruins fans everywhere likely expected the

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Bruins Smith Returns to Practice After Lower Body Injury

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The Boston Bruins look to be getting an important piece of their lineup back in the near future, as Craig Smith returned to the ice today for practice. Smith, Krejci, and Hall have formed a formidable second line since Hall’s addition at the trade deadline. Smith was out for game two with what was labeled a “lower body injury” that

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Previewing the Bruins-Islanders Matchup

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By: Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

Round two is here! The Bruins learned that their second-round opponent will be the New York Islanders after a 5-3 Islanders win against the Pittsburgh Penguins to take the series in 6 games. The Bruins punched their ticket to the second round a few days prior with a 3-1 win over the Washington Capitals

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