Bruins Sign Forward Erik Haula to Two-Year Deal

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By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj

A couple of hours after signing defenceman Derek Forbort, Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney has signed forward Erik Haula to a two-year contract with an annual salary of $2.4 million.

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Bruins Should Prioritize D Jake McCabe in Free Agency

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By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj

With the start of the 2021 NHL Free Agency right around the corner, teams around the league are preparing to make offers on a plethora of unrestricted (and perhaps restricted) free agents and the Boston Bruins are no different. After signing Taylor Hall to a four-year contract extension, the Bruins have a projected $20.7

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Report: Bruins Intend to Part Ways with Goaltender Halak per Agent

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By: Mark Allred | Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

NHL goaltender Jaroslav Halak’s agent Alan Walsh tweeted out tonight that the Boston Bruins and his client will be parting ways by the time free agency kicks off on July 28th, 2021. Halak has spent the last three seasons in the Bruins organization posting a record of 49-23-14 with a 2.40 goals-against-average and .918 save percentage.

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Black N’ Gold Weekly Episode 27

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By: Jon Duncan | Follow me on Twitter @BNGWeekly

Show Description

Black N’ Gold Weekly is a weekly Boston Bruins show on YouTube hosted by Jon Duncan. Duncan is a lifelong hockey fan who played the sport for over ten years growing up. While the Bruins are the Massachusetts native’s favorite team, he has been covering the entire NHL on YouTube since 2017. He, along

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Could The Bruins Benefit From Breaking Up The “Perfection Line”?

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By: Kevin O’Keefe | Follow Me On Twitter @Kevin_OKeefe89

When it comes to the Bruins top-six, for years, Boston fans have been privileged in witnessing one of the best top-lines in all of hockey. Some would argue the best. One question that’s been floated around consistently throughout those years is should the Bruins break up this line and “spread the wealth”?

We have seen this song and

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Bruins UFAs: Who to Keep Around and who to Walk Away From This Offseason

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By: Matthew Cahill | Follow Me on Twitter @MWCahill5

The Bruins have had another playoff run cut short, this time by the hands of the New York Islanders. With the offseason coming early once again, Boston’s management has some important decisions to make on which players they want to bring back to the team next year. Cam Neely and Don Sweeney have already said

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Bruins Defensive Outlook

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By: Connor Green | Follow Me On Twitter @connorgreen777

There are no questions about what just happened in the ’20-’21 season for the Bruins. Boston organizationally decided that moving on from Torey Krug and Zdeno Chara was a worthwhile gamble into seeing how the youth on the backend could produce and play impactful minutes.

To be fair, before we start picking away at what needs to be

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Black N’ Gold Weekly Episode 26

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By: Jon Duncan | Follow me on Twitter @BNGWeekly

Show Description

Black N’ Gold Weekly is a weekly Boston Bruins show on YouTube hosted by Jon Duncan. Duncan is a lifelong hockey fan who played the sport for over ten years growing up. While the Bruins are the Massachusetts native’s favorite team, he has been covering the entire NHL on YouTube since 2017. He, along

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Bruins Re-Sign Forward Trent Frederic To A Two-Year Deal

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By Kevin O’Keefe | Follow me on Twitter @Kevin_OKeefe89

The Bruins have just re-signed forward Trent Frederic to a two-year deal that carries a $1.05 million cap hit per year.

Drafted 29th overall by Boston in the 1st round

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Bruins Front Office Break Down

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By: Connor Green | Follow me on Twitter @connorgreen777

Cam Neely, Don Sweeney, and Bruce Cassidy are the three integral pieces to the front office successes and failures of the Bruins organization. Most recently, being seen as a failure of the organization to take this core with their stellar deadline moves past the second round of the

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