Tuukka Rask Signs One-Year, $1 million Deal With the Boston Bruins

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

It’s official! The Boston Bruins winningest goaltender (306-163-66) in franchise history, Tuukka Rask, is returning to Beantown for another kick at the can. After being released by the Providence Bruins from his PTO on Friday morning, Rask later signed a one-year, $1 million deal with the Bruins for the remainder of the 2022 season. Due to

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Goalie Drama in Boston: What Happens When Rask Re-Signs?

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

It’s no longer a matter of “if”, but a matter of “when”. Tuukka Rask will re-sign with the Boston Bruins, likely sometime this month, marking his 15th season as a member of the Bruins since joining the franchise back in the 2007-08 season (played one game). Multiple members of the Bruins media space are predicting a signing

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The Bruins Need to Make Their Decision with Jake DeBrusk

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By: Scott Wood | Follow me on @ScottHoHPodcast

As soon as Jake DeBrusk took his trade request public, it put pressure on Don Sweeney and the Bruins to make a timely decision. No longer could it be dismissed as a background rumor or a “will they or won’t they” storyline? It turned into an inevitability.

To their credit,

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Mike Milbury Wants The Bruins To Blow It Up, and He’s Wrong

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By: Nathan Strauss | Follow him on Twitter @NathanPStrauss

Following Boston’s shootout loss to Vancouver on Wednesday night, a clamor arose from the hockey depths. After a disappointing run of games, an opinion pioneered by Mike Milbury in a radio appearance on WEEI emerged: the Bruins should blow it up. Milbury postulated that the Bruins should cash in on captain Patrice Bergeron, whose expiring contract and

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Bruins Recall Ahcan, Steen from Providence

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By: Nathan Strauss | Follow him on Twitter @NathanPStrauss

Help is on the way. The Bruins have been playing shorthanded over the course of the last week while being hamstrung due to a Covid shutdown in Providence which limited their ability to bring in reinforcements. Oskar Steen and Jack Ahcan have joined the Bruins as they prepare for a daunting game against the Lightning tonight before

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Voyer has a Big Night in Bruins ECHL Affiliate Maine Mariners Debut

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

After being reassigned from the American Hockey League Providence Bruins to the ECHL Maine Mariners, it certainly didn’t take long for forward Alex-Olivier Voyer to garner attention for a return to the higher level. The 22-year-old Quebec, Canada native, had zero points in six games for the top minor-pro affiliate of the NHL

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Goaltender Troy Grosenick Returns After Injury to Earn First AHL Bruins Win

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Last night the Providence Bruins earned two points and continue to climb the AHL Atlantic Division standings with an overtime victory over the visiting Hartford Wolf Pack. The extra session win at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island, saw the return of veteran goaltender Troy Grosenick. The 32-year-old Wisconsin native was

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Rethinking the Fourth Line in Boston

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By: Scott Wood | Follow me on Twitter @ScottHoHPodcast

The makeup of a standard lineup of the current NHL roster is commonly understood. Your top unit, of course, is meant to be your go-to line for offense. Need a goal; you lean on these three players. The Bruins happen to have a legendary example with the “Production Line” of

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AHL Bruins get Solid Goaltending From Veteran and Recently Recalled Jon Gillies

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By: Mark Allred | Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

A week ago South Portland, Maine goaltender Jon Gillies came full circle in his professional hockey career to accept a contract and debut in the ECHL with his hometown Maine Mariners. In his first ECHL appearance with the “AA” minor-pro affiliate, the 27-year-old stopped 23 of 25 shots for the Boston Bruins farm team in

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Cal Gardner

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

Cal Gardner was born on October 0th, 1924, in Transcona, Manitoba, Canada. Cal began playing juniors as a 17-year-old forward in the WJrHL for the Winnipeg CUAC and the Winnipeg Esquires from 1941-1943. In his final year of junior hockey, he joined the TBSHL and suited up for the Port Arthur Navy from 1943-1944, and

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