Light a Yandle: Why the Boston Bruins Should Not Acquire Keith Yandle

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow Me On Twitter @justyouknowwhyyy

The off-season is over. We are playing hockey games again.

But that does not mean that fans of the Boston Bruins are not interested in engaging in a little armchair GMing.

On January 12th, just five days before the start of the regular season. TSN’s Frank Seravalli reported that the Florida Panthers had declared defenseman Keith

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Former Bruin Adam McQuaid Announces Retirement

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

Earlier today, former Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, and Columbus Blue Jackets defenceman as well as 2011 Stanley Cup winner, Adam McQuaid has officially announced his retirement from professional hockey.

McQuaid, 34, started his career with

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Allen Pedersen

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

Allen Pedersen was born on January 13th, 1965, in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada. Pederson began playing juniors as an 18-year-old defenseman in the Western Hockey League (WHL) for the Medicine Tigers (WHL) from 1982-1985. Boston was impressed with the 6’3, 210-pounder early on and drafted him as the 102nd overall pick in the

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Red Hamill

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

Red Hamill was born on January 11th, 1917, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He began playing juniors as a 20-year-old forward for the Copper Cliff Jr. Redmen (NOJHA) and was instantly a star, scoring 20 goals and 24 points in only 15 games. After his phenomenal performance, the Boston Bruins wasted no time offering

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Mainville’s Thoughts: Chara, Sweeney, World Juniors and More

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

As we all say our farewells to 2020 and say hello to 2021, I decided to put the pen to paper or should I say fingers to keyboard (that doesn’t seem to have the same ring to it), and put down my thoughts on a variety of Boston Bruins and hockey topics.

Before we

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Stats Bruins Fans Should Pay Attention To During The Upcoming Season

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By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

With NHL games about to get started much attention will be given to who will make the team, what the line combinations will be, and how a team might change how they play from the previous year. All are worthwhile and exciting discussions we are fortunate to be having, even if a little delayed from their

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Gregory Campbell

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

Gregory Campbell was born on December 17th, 1983, in London, Ontario, Canada. He began playing juniors as a very young 15-year-old forward in the ON-Jr. B League for the Aylmer Aces (ON-Jr. B) from 1998-1999, and for the St. Thomas Stars from 1999-2000. The 6’0, 188-pound forward joined the Ontario Hockey League (OHL)

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If you Wish: Why The Bruins should not trade Debrusk for Pacioretty

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow me on Twitter @Justyouknowhyyy

The Vegas Golden Knights are in a bind right now – and it is all their fault.

It is a long list of why: Vegas has put their backs against the salary cap wall led by the philosophy that cap trouble is temporary, but championships are forever. Fellow teams are unwilling to provide

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Art Jackson

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

Art Jackson was born on December 15th, 1915, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Growing up, Jackson played hockey at the local rinks around his hometown in Toronto until he began his journey in juniors as a 16-year-old forward for the Toronto Marlboros (OHA-Jr.) and St.Michael’s Majors (OHA-Jr.) from 1931-1934. After scoring an astounding 23 goals

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Bruins Notes: Trade Rumors, World Juniors, Prospects

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By: Mike Cratty | Follow Me On Twitter @Mike_Cratty

The Bruins have found themselves in the news lately in a few different ways. Whether it’s trade rumors or news related to the upcoming World Junior tournament in Edmonton, they have found their way into the news, even in a quiet part of the offseason.

Max Pacioretty, Noah Hanifin linked to Bruins

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