By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue
On the first day of NHL free agency, the Boston Bruins inked center Morgan Geekie to a two-year $4 million deal. Geekie will enter his fourth full NHL season after spending the last two with the Seattle Kraken. The 6’3 right shot center was primarily a fourth liner in Seattle, but now, with a fresh opportunity, … Keep Reading
As this offseason continues without a signing from Patrice Bergeron, it is starting to sink in that he may not be returning. While this leaves a massive gap in the on-ice depth chart, it also hurts the Bruins in the locker room. As a member of the Bruins and current captain, Bergeron … Keep Reading
Next season, with the limited cap space and a large number of free agents that may potentially leave town, the Boston Bruins will need to rely on younger talent to step up. The Bruins lack draft picks, so it’s especially important for these younger players to come from within … Keep Reading
When Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci returned to the Bruins last summer, they both came on cap-friendly deals that had bonuses that would impact the 2023-2024 season salary cap. Now that the time has come to pay up, the Bruins front office have found themselves in a difficult situation. There are … Keep Reading
The Providence Bruins, the top AHL affiliate of the Boston Bruins, has been sitting idle this past week after clinching the AHL’s Atlantic Division crown on the final day of the regular season. The 7-3 victory over the Springfield Thunderbirds on Sunday, April 16th, at The AMP allowed the P-Bruins to leapfrog the idle Hershey … Keep Reading
There were few question marks coming into tonight’s matchup against the Florida Panthers as a “bug” made its way through the locker room leaving several players under the weather. Despite not having their team Captain Patrice Bergeron and goaltender Linus Ullmark being a game-time decision, this group showed no lack of confidence as they take … Keep Reading
The Bruins were the first team in the NHL to clinch a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs this season. With the Bruins one step closer to the championship, it is up in the air as to who they will face in the first round of the playoffs. … Keep Reading
Even with the Bruins playing the best hockey we’ve seen in recent memory, fans only took one small skid to throw in the towel at the first sign of trouble. The Bruins had a bad stretch by their standards from March 9 through March 14, losing three games to the Edmonton Oilers, … Keep Reading
Recently, NBCSports writer Nick Goss released an article stating that the Hurricanes are the Bruins’ biggest competitor in the Eastern Conference. While I certainly respect that opinion, and it could end up being true, I think another team in the conference poses a more significant threat to the Bruins’ chances of … Keep Reading
The Bruins have loaded up for a deep playoff run, and if they can get everyone healthy by the time the first round starts, this team will be terrifying for whoever draws them to start the 2023 Stanley Cup Playoffs. They are hurtling towards regular season history, chasing the all-time single-season points … Keep Reading
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