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Bruins Prospect Oskar Jellvik Impresses in NCAA Tournament

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By Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

It may not have been easy, but the Boston College Eagles are advancing to the Frozen Four. After a hard-fought affair against Michigan Tech and an overtime battle against Quinnipiac, the number one overall seed in the NCAA Tournament is ready to chase a title, and one of the biggest reasons is Oskar Jellvik.

Boston’s 149th … Keep Reading

Bruins @ Predators: Game Recap

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By: Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

The Boston Bruins defeated a red-hot Nashville Predators team 3-0 Tuesday night, snapping their 18-game point streak. Linus Ullmark was the star of the show, making 32 saves en route to his second shutout of the season. 

From the crease out, the Bruins played a strong game in all three zones of the ice. The … Keep Reading

Where Does Pat Maroon Slot Into the Bruins Lineup Once Healthy?

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

Don Sweeney’s primary trade deadline acquisition is inching closer to cracking Jim Montgomery’s lineup. Pat Maroon—who is recovering from back surgery he underwent on February 6—is practicing with the Boston Bruins and is currently with the team on the road ahead of their matchup with the Nashville Predators on Tuesday.

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Bruins ink Jaxon Nelson to a One-Year, Entry-Level Contract

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

The Boston Bruins have made a splash in the NCAA free-agent market. Don Sweeney announced on Tuesday morning that Boston had signed Jaxon Nelson to a one-year, entry-level contract worth $870,000. Nelson–a product of the University of Minnesota–will report to the Providence Bruins on an amateur tryout basis.

The 6’4″, 220-pound power forward … Keep Reading

Overtime Penalty Kill Lifts Bruins Past Washington in 3-2 Shootout Thriller

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

It wasn’t looking good for the Boston Bruins on Saturday night. Just 57 seconds into overtime against the Washington Capitals, Hampus Lindholm committed a double minor high-sticking penalty to leave Boston shorthanded for the rest of the five-minute frame.

So Boston’s penalty kill unit dug in, killing off all four minutes to … Keep Reading

Providence Bruins Clinch Postseason Berth With Road Victory Last Night Over Utica

By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter / X @BlackAndGold277

Last night, the American Hockey League Providence Bruins punched their ticket to the 2024 Calder Cup Playoffs with a road victory over the North Division’s last-place Utica Comets team. The top minor-pro affiliate of the National Hockey League Boston Bruins went into the Adirondack Bank Center in Utica, New York, … Keep Reading

Bruins Prospect Reid Dyck Stops 33 Shots, Shutting Out Lethbridge in WHL Playoff Debut

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter / X @BlackAndGold277

In an electrifying display of skill and composure, Reid Dyck, the Swift Current Broncos’ goaltender, spearheaded his team to a decisive 3-0 victory over the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes in last night’s Western Hockey League Playoff debut. This significant win marked a promising start to the Broncos’ playoff campaign and … Keep Reading

Bruins’ First Stanley Cup Clincher—March 29, 1929

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By: Steve McClure | Follow me on Twitter/X @stmcclure1993

On this date in 1929, the Boston Bruins won their first National Hockey League title, sweeping the defending champion New York Rangers in two games.

The Bruins and Rangers were embroiled in a 1-1 deadlock until center Bill ‘Doc’ Carson, a Toronto dentist in the off-season, scored with 1:58 left in regulation, disappointing the Madison Square … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Prospects to Watch in the NCAA Tournament

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By Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

It’s the most wonderful time of the year for college hockey fans, as the road to the Frozen Four gets underway this afternoon. For Bruins fans, this is an excellent opportunity to see some of the organization’s top prospects in action and look at some future college-free agents that will become available upon season’s end. Here’s … Keep Reading

Bruins @ Lightning: Game Recap

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By: Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter / X @adbblue

The Boston Bruins were defeated 3-1 in the second half of a back-to-back on the road Wednesday night against the Tampa Bay Lightning. The hockey game was relatively even, but the Bruins couldn’t break through offensively.

The Lightning did a good job of taking away time and space and, at times, suffocating Boston. It … Keep Reading

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