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Bruins Should Consider Sticking With New Third-Line Trio

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

An abundance of uncertainty looms over the Boston Bruins with the Stanley Cup Playoffs less than two weeks away. The logistics of a potential goalie rotation, the return of Pat Maroon, and a struggling power play are all questions Jim Montgomery and the Bruins will yearn to find answers to … 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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Andrew Peeke Will Make his Bruins Debut Tonight in Montreal

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

One of Don Sweeney’s trade acquisitions is set to come to life Thursday night. Andrew Peeke, dealt from the Columbus Blue Jackets in exchange for Jakub Zboril and a 2027 third-round pick, will sport the spoked-B for the first time against the Montreal Canadiens. The 25-year-old blueliner isn’t wasting any time getting … Keep Reading

2023-24 Boston Bruins Second-Half Preview

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By: Max Weisman | Follow me on Twitter: @maweisman

The National Hockey League All-Star Break has come and gone, and for the second straight year, the Boston Bruins find themselves atop the NHL standings, albeit this time tied with the Vancouver Canucks. The record-setting Bruins of a year ago were 39-7-5 at the break, and this year, they’re a respectable 31-9-9 as they try to claim … Keep Reading

The Boston Bruins and the Tough Month Ahead of Them

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By: Max Weisman | Follow me on Twitter: @maweisman

After starting the season 22-7-6, the Boston Bruins kicked off the new year with a 4-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday. Now 23-7-6, the Bruins are in first place in the Atlantic Division and a point ahead of the New York Rangers for first overall in the Eastern Conference. The … Keep Reading

Things to Look for in the Bruins Second Game of the Season vs. Nashville

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By: Max Weisman | Follow me on Twitter: @maweisman

After a long offseason of no hockey, the Boston Bruins returned Wednesday night to a raucous TD Garden crowd ready to celebrate their franchise’s 100th season in the NHL. Legends from past Bruins seasons were honored at the Garden and then watched as the current Bruins started the season strong, beating the Chicago Blackhawks Keep Reading

Three Things to Look for in the Bruins Centennial Season Opener

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

The Boston Bruins will start their 2023-24 campaign for their centennial season tonight. They will host the Chicago Blackhawks at TD Garden, and the highly touted first-overall pick Connor Bedard will be front and center. Old friends Taylor Hall and Nick Foligno will also be back in town after being traded to Chicago during the offseason.

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A McAvoy and Lohrei Pairing is More than Ideal for the Bruins

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

Boston Bruins 2020 second-round pick Mason Lohrei has certainly raised some eyebrows during training camp. The 6’4 defenseman got a lot of minutes in the preseason games he was in the lineup for and stood out.

In his first game against the Buffalo Sabres, he played 29:01, which led all skaters in ice time. The … Keep Reading

Lucic Gives The Bruins Something They Haven’t Had in a While

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By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

Old friend Milan Lucic is back, and he’ll be wearing a Boston Bruins jersey once again. Many fans are excited to see the man they call “Looch” back in town, but the Bruins players certainly are as well.

Lucic brings something to the table the Bruins haven’t had in a few seasons. Ever since Zedano Chara … Keep Reading

Can David Pastrnak Reach the 60-Goal Mark Again?

By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue

Last season, David Pastrnak set a career-high with 61 goals, which was second in the league to only Connor McDavid of the Edmonton Oilers. Pastrnak has established himself as one of the most dangerous players in the league and has developed arguably a top-three shot. That earned him an eight-year $90 million … Keep Reading

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