Looking Ahead: The Bruins’ Salary Cap Situation This Upcoming Off-Season

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By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter! @andrewlindrothh

The Boston Bruins recently let Torey Krug and Zdeno Chara walk during free agency with the front office’s message explaining their strategy of allowing the young prospects to play. Other than the additional depth signings, the Bruins also made one “big” signing, which was for forward Craig Smith (3 years/$3.1M AAV). This left many Bruins

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Shean Donovan

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By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter! @andrewlindrothh

Shean Donovan was born on January 22nd, 1975, in Timmins, Ontario, Canada. He began his journey through junior hockey as a 16-year-old forward, first appearing with Kanata Valley Lasers (ON-Jr. A) from 1990 to 1991. The following season, Shean moved on to the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) after turning 17-years-old and found a temporary home

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Bruins Bruins: Happy 28th Birthday, Sean Kuraly!

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow me on Twitter @amy7594

Sean Kuraly was born in Dublin, Ohio, on January 20, 1993. At age 16, he started to play in hockey tournaments and minor leagues in Ohio. In the 2011 National Hockey League draft, he was selected in the fifth round, 12th pick, by the San Jose Sharks. However, instead of turning pro in

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Boston Bruins Birthdays: January 19th

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow me on Twitter @amy7594

Today we celebrate two of the best amongst many other former Boston Bruins player’s birthdays, Norman “Norm” Defelice and Johnny Boychuk. Defelice was a goalie for Boston in the 1956-57 season. Johnny Boychuk was a defenseman for the Bruins from the 2009-10 season to the 2013-14 season.

Norman “Norm” Defelice

Norman Defelice was born

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Celebrating Bruins’ Willie O’Ree

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow me on Twitter @amy7594

On January 18, 1958, Willie O’Ree made his debut not only as a member of the Boston Bruins but also being the first black hockey player in the National Hockey League. That night the Bruins beat Montreal 3-0. In the 1957-58 season, O’Ree only played in two games and then returned for the 1960-61 season. In his two

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Nick Boynton, Alan May, and Babe Siebert

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow Me On Twitter @amy7594

On January 14th, three players played for the Boston Bruins but at different times. Nick Boynton (1999), Alan May (1987), and Hockey Hall of Famer Babe Siebert (1933). These three players have their own stories, both tragic and triumphant. Starting in chronological order, we will take a look at Babe Seinbert.

Babe Siebert

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On January

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Rick Middleton

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By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter! @andrewlindrothh

Rick Middleton was born on December 4th, 1953, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He began playing juniors as an 18-year-forward for the Oshawa Generals (OHA-Jr.) from 1971-1973, putting up phenomenal numbers in each of the two seasons but is most notable for his performance in the 1972-1973 season. In just 62 games that season, Middleton

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Top 20 Boston Bruins All-Stars – 2000-2020 – Part One

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow Me On Twitter @AMY7594

Although there are a TON of players that should be on this list, if we covered them all, we’d be here for the next ten years talking about them! I’ve tried to narrow down who I believe are the players that will forever be a Boston Bruins in our hearts. In this article, we’ll start with

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Former Bruin Johnny Boychuk Announces Retirement

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The 36-year-old veteran NHL defenseman, Johnny Boychuk, is officially hanging up the skates due to an eye injury he received during the 2019-2020 season. The New York Islanders announced his retirement on Wednesday.

Boychuk suffered the injury in March of 2020 when the skate of Montreal’s Artturi Lehkonen hit his face/eye region. The injury required approximately 90 stitches. Unfortunately, this was the second injury

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