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Should the Boston Bruins Consider Load Management for Patrice Bergeron

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

Playing an 82-game NHL regular season can cause wear and tear on players’ bodies. Therefore, rest is crucial for NHL veterans to help ensure their health heading into the Stanley Cup Playoffs. For Bruins captain, Patrice Bergeron, the discussion of the 19-year NHL veteran’s load management has come up recently following a scary incident … Keep Reading

Bruins Third-Line Huge in Team’s Success

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

Watching the Bruins’ third line of Taylor Hall, Charlie Coyle, and Trent Frederic is reminiscent of the Milan Lucic, David Krejci, and Nathan Horton line from 2011, which impacted Boston’s Stanley Cup win over the Vancouver Canucks in seven games.

Coyle is not quite the matrix-style of player Krejci is, … Keep Reading

Is History Fighting Against the Bruins?

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

With the calendar nearing February, the Bruins continue to steamroll teams around the league. As the current favorites to win the Presidents’ Trophy, the Bruins appear to be well on their way to a number-one seed in the Stanley Cup Playoffs this spring.

That honor may not be as valuable as … Keep Reading

The Boston Bruins’ Challenging Two Weeks Ahead of Them

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

After a thrilling 3-2 overtime victory over the Carolina Hurricanes on Friday, November 24th, the Bruins set the NHL record for the most consecutive wins on home ice to start a season with 12 straight. The Bruins are looking to extend their record with the next three games on home ice before … Keep Reading

Bergeron Records 1,000th Point in a 5-3 Bruins Win Over Tampa Bay

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By: Benjamin Aliber | Follow me on Twitter @bpaliber24

In 2003 the Boston Bruins drafted a player named Patrice Bergeron with their 45th overall pick. Nineteen years and five months later, 7,093 days since, and 233 months to the exact date of his selection, the future Bruins legend recorded his 1,000 career point with an assist on a goal scored by … Keep Reading

Ranking Bruins’ Head Coaches. Who is Number One?

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

Being an Original Six franchise in the Nation Hockey League means plenty of history to sift through when picking the best of the best. Having already compiled the lists of best defensemen, goalies, and right and left wings, the next “best of” series brought me to bench bosses.

This topic was a bit harder … 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

Dropping the Gloves: Who is the Better Bruins Goalie, Thomas or Rask?

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan and Theo Lander | Follow me on Twitter @lander_theo

It’s a simple question that often brings a lot of tension in Bruins Nation: Who was the better netminder for Boston, Tim Thomas or Tuukka Rask? Our Black and Gold Hockey writers drop the gloves and go head to head this week.

GAYLE TROIANI: I recently did … Keep Reading

Bruins’ Merlot Line Can’t be Duplicated

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

Who doesn’t love a good merlot? It’s friendly, balanced, popular, and versatile. Fortunately for Bruins fans, we were spoiled by merlot for four years with the output, toughness, and passion of Gregory Campbell, Daniel Paille, and Shawn Thornton. But unfortunately, there hasn’t been another group of players to duplicate what that fourth line … Keep Reading

Who is the Best Goaltender in Bruins History?

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

“Most fans go wild when they see a goalie make what looks like a great save, but the chances are what they are seeing is a save that was made from being out of position.”

Mike Richter, New York Ranger goalie 1989-2003

Goaltenders are the most important player on a hockey team. Often described as agile … Keep Reading

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