The NHL Has A Scheduling Problem – The Bruins Are Feeling The Pain

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By: Nathan Strauss | Follow him on Twitter @NathanPStrauss

The Bruins game on Saturday ended a hair shy of 10 pm. It was a grueling contest, which was to be expected against the Flyers, but a pair of Derek Forbort goals and some late heroics from David Pastrnak sealed the 5-2 win. By the time postgame media wrapped up and the team departed

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My Picks for Bruins Uniform Ads

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow me on Twitter @_RyEllis_

The NHL announced earlier this off-season that teams would be selling ad space on their uniforms for the first time. Outrage ensued on social media for a few days as the photo-shop wizards worked their magic. Since then, the uproar has simmered. Cooler heads prevailed as those of us who understood that

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Bruins Forward Jake DeBrusk Fined $5,000 For Cross-Checking

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

The NHL Department of Player Safety announced on Tuesday that Bruins forward Jake DeBrusk has been fined $5,000, the maximum allowable under the CBA, for cross-checking New York Islanders’ defender Scott Mayfield. DeBrusk is now the sixth player this postseason to be fined for their actions, and the first Bruins player to be fined this season/post-season.

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Bruins’ Latest Trade Acquisitions Arriving In Boston Sooner Than Expected

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

The Boston Bruins general manager, Don Sweeney, certainly set the trade deadline fireworks off late last night following a brutal 8-1 loss to the Washington Capitals, addressing several team needs. In case you were asleep and are just now waking up to the news, the Bruins have recently acquired forwards Taylor Hall and Curtiz Lazar from

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BNG Podcast Network: The Lindroth Hockey Podcast

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

About The Podcast

The Lindroth boys launched a brand new podcast show called “The Lindroth Hockey Podcast,” featuring co-hosts, father and son duo, Andrew and James Lindroth. This show is apart of the Black N’ Gold Podcast Network.

We decided to combine our old and new school hockey mindsets to create fascinating discussions about current National Hockey League (NHL) news, news

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Bruins to Separate Rask/Halak for 2021 Season Amidst Covid Concerns

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

The 2021 NHL season officially gets underway tomorrow with five games taking place including the defending Stanley Cup Champions Tampa Bay Lightning taking on the Chicago Blackhawks and an iconic Original Six rivalry between the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs.

The Bruins, although, will not start their shortened season until

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Bruins Breakdown: Episode 13, True Gritty

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By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

Show description

Join Ryan and Leon on Bruins Breakdown as they provide an in-depth analysis of all the latest Boston Bruins, National Hockey League, and hockey world happenings. Our hosts have spent their lives involved in hockey as players, coaches, and more. The dynamic duo, along with periodic special guests, will provide keen insights into the game

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Bruins 2020-21 Regular Season Opponents And New Rule Update

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow me on Twitter @amy7594

Now that the National Hockey League has made it official, the Boston Bruins will play in the new realigned East Division. It’s bizarre to see all the Canadian teams play each other due to border restrictions, but we’re in a new world with new rules since this COVID-19 pandemic has taken over everything we hold dear.

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Boston’s Luck With NHL’s Offside Rule

By: Michael DiGiorgio  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BostonDiGiorgio

In 1929, the NHL implemented the offsides rule, which players abide by to this day. Rule 83.1 in the current NHL handbook states, “Players of the attacking team must not precede the puck into the attacking zone. The position of the player’s skates and not that of his stick shall be the determining factor in all instances in deciding an off-side.

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