2022 Boston Bruins Off-Season Trade Market Primer

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter @NHLJoeTravia

It’s safe to say that this will be a very interesting off-season for the Boston Bruins. After a disappointing first-round exit to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round, the Bruins need to reshape the roster a bit if they want to compete with the league’s best. With guys like Brad Marchand, David

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The Future of the Boston Bruins’ Top-4 Defense

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

The Boston Bruins fell short of their aspirations to move up the ladder in the Stanley Cup Playoffs as they fell to the Carolina Hurricanes in Game 7 just over a week ago. It was a disappointing end to their season, especially with the uncertainty of whether their captain, Patrice Bergeron, will

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Bergeron’s Decision Ultimately Determines How the 21’-22’ Bruins Season Will be Judged

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By: Van Alan | Follow me on Twitter @VanAlanClark

On the surface, the 2022 Boston Bruins season looks like a disappointment. The Bruins failed to make it out of the first round in what might be the final season of Patrice Bergeron’s career. If you’re a lazy sports radio type, that’s probably what you’re saying this week. However, if you bother

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Boston Bruins Sign Jakub Zboril to a Two-Year Extension

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

On Monday morning, the Boston Bruins and General Manager Don Sweeney announced that they’ve officially signed defenseman Jakub Zboril to a two-year extension following their first-round exit to the Carolina Hurricanes. Zboril’s two-year contract extension comes at a reasonable annual cap hit of $1,137,500 through the 2024 NHL season.

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Bruins Film Session: How Can The Bruins Score Goals At Even Strength?

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By: Joe Travia | Check me out on Twitter and Instagram

The day has finally come. After a back and forth battle this series with the Carolina Hurricanes, the Boston Bruins head to Raleigh this afternoon for a winner take all game seven. To this point, the home team has dominated each of the six games this series. If the Bruins

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Bruins Film Session: Hurricanes Forecheck, Physicality, and Cycle Ability is Tipping the Scales

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @NHLJoeTravia

The Boston Bruins have dug themselves quite a hole. In what was billed as the closest of the first-round matchups in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, through two games, it has been anything but. The Hurricanes have taken a 2-0 series lead, outscoring the Bruins by a total score

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Bruins’ Defenseman Hampus Lindholm Ruled Out for Game Three Against Carolina

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

The Boston Bruins have officially ruled out Hampus Lindholm for game three against the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday at 7:00 PM. On Wednesday’s game two in Raleigh, North Carolina, the Boston defenseman has an upper-body injury from a violent yet legal check from Hurricane’s forward Andrei Svechnikov.

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Boston Bruins Film Session: Chris Wagner Seizes His Opportunity (vs. Toronto, 4-29-22)

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @NHLJoeTravia

It’s hard to get overly worked up about game 82 of 82 in a long, grueling NHL season. With a playoff berth secured and little to play for, the Boston Bruins left a lot of lineup regulars at home, choosing instead to play some of their normal

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Boston Bruins Film Session: Hampus Lindholm vs the New York Rangers (4-23-22)

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter and Instagram @NHLJoeTravia

Twitter is a weird place (duh). After last week’s 4-0 shutout loss, some of the discourse was puzzling at best, downright crazy at worst. I saw people calling for Bruce Cassidy to be fired, Brad Marchand to be benched, calling the team a fraud, etc. I try to

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