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How Much Should the Bruins Pay for David Pastrnak?

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By: Theo Lander | Follow me on Twitter @lander_theo

David Pastrnak’s looming contract situation appears to be the sole gray cloud over the Bruin’s meteoric start to the season. 

The Czech sniper is in the midst of a career year, thus far having nine goals and 16 assists for a total of 25 points in just 16 games. He is currently tied for third in league … Keep Reading

Do The Bruins Have a Two-Headed Monster in Net?

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By: James Swindells | Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

Some big questions surround the Bruins as they move into the new season. Issues linked to rehab recoveries and how the team navigates the first quarter of the season and keeps itself in a position to contend for a playoff spot are the focal point. But equally as important is the continuing … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins and Forward Jack Studnicka Agree on Two-Year Extension

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Per The Score writer John Matisz who broke this news first, the National Hockey League Boston Bruins and restricted free agent forward Jack Studnicka have agreed on a contract extension. As seen in John’s tweet below, both sides agree on a two-year deal worth a reported $762K.

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Report: Bruins and RFA Forward Jack Studnicka are Very Close to New Contract

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

It sounds like the National Hockey League Boston Bruins will soon lock down another restricted free agent for at least another year, possibly two. Per Boston Globe B’s beat writer Matt Porter the Globe recently talked to Darren Ferris, agent of forward Jack Studnicka, and mentioned the negotiations have been going smoothly per Porter’s tweet below.… Keep Reading

Looking at the Options the Bruins Have to Fill the Second Line Center

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

The 2022 offseason for the Boston Bruins has been a whirlwind of emotions with the firing of Bruce Cassidy in early June, the rumors surrounding Patrice Bergeron returning, and the multi-year contract extension of general manager Don Sweeney. While some offseason questions have been answered, many remain regarding the construction of the Bruins … Keep Reading

Bruins Armchair GM: Should the Bruins Look at Miles Wood?

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By: Joe Travia | Follow Me on Twitter @NHLJoeTravia

To put it lightly, the Bruins are a total mess as they head into the off-season. GM Don Sweeney doesn’t have a new contract. Head Coach Bruce Cassidy was just fired. Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, and Matt Grzelcyk all had surgeries that will have them miss the start of next season. Mike Reilly had an ankle … Keep Reading

A Conor Garland Trade Should be a No-Brainer for the Bruins

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By: Kevin O’Keefe | Follow me on Twitter @Kevin_OKeefe89

The most important off-season of Bruins general manager, Don Sweeney’s career, is off to the races in what promises to be an exciting ride. The win-now Bruins are in a firm position to sink their teeth into the free-agent class to fill the holes that have been exposed this past season. With around $25 million in … Keep Reading

Bruins Sign Brandon Carlo to a 6-Year Contract Extension

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By: Kevin O’Keefe | Follow me on Twitter @Kevin_OKeefe89

The Boston Bruins have just announced this afternoon they have signed defenseman Brandon Carlo to a 6-year $24.6 million contract extension with a cap hit of $4.1 million per year. This marks the first big signing for the Bruins in what will be an exciting off-season for general manager Don Sweeney. Carlo is coming off a … Keep Reading

Options to Improving the Bruins Defense

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter! @zcarlone21

The Bruins experienced a true roller-coaster of a season in the shortened 2020-21 NHL regular season, but one of the team’s biggest weaknesses all season long and especially in the playoffs, was their strength on defense. Right-handed defenseman Charlie McAvoy emerged as the consistent leader for the Bruins defense corps, with others like Matt Grzelcyk and … Keep Reading

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