The Bruins Should Consider Acquiring Forward Vladislav Namestnikov

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

Two days into free-agency and Boston Bruins General Manager, Don Sweeney, has been relatively quiet while other teams are making moves to clear cap space and adding crucial pieces to improve their team. So far, Sweeney has announced the re-signing of defenseman Kevan Miller, and the latest addition to the Bruins, forward Craig Smith.

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Boston Bruins: Past Five ‘Free Agency Frenzy’ Days

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

Aside from the NHL Entry Draft, there is one off-season event that excites hockey fans, unlike any other – Free Agency Frenzy. In a normal season, this would be happening on July 1st, but as we now know, the start of free agency in 2020 is on Friday, October 9th. Expiring contracts throughout the league lead to over-hyped rumors, mainly

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Report: Boston Bruins Extend Qualifying Offers to Six Players

(Boston, MA, 11/24/17) Boston Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk #48 gets congratulations on his goal from teammates Jake DeBrusk #74 and Peter Cehlarik #22 in second period of their game at the TD Garden. Friday, November 24, 2017. Staff photo by John Wilcox.
By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj

With the official start of the free agency period in less than two days, the Boston Bruins had

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Grading Boston’s 2019 Deadline Deal A Year Later

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By Michael DiGiorgio | Follow Me on Twitter: @BostonDiGiorgio

The Boston Bruins are generally active on trade deadline day, and 2019 was no different. The Bruins struck a deal with the Minnesota Wild to bring back a hometown player.

If

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Boston Bruins: Analyzing a Potential Shayne Gostisbehere Trade

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

As the Tampa Bay Lightning celebrate their Game Six Stanley Cup win over the Dallas Stars, the rest of the National Hockey League is anxiously anticipating the chaos that is about to happen during the off-season. In less than a week, the 31 teams across the league will participate in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft followed by the start of

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Might The Bruins And Ducks Make Another Trade?

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By: Dan Anderson | Follow Me On Twitter @DanAnderson5970

The Boston Bruins and Anaheim Ducks made two trades last season. The first occurred on February 21, 2020, and sent David Backes, Axel Andersson, and the Bruins’ first-round draft choice to Anaheim in exchange for Ondrej Kase. The Bruins also retained a portion of Backes’s salary. In this case, the first-round pick was

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Report: Boston Bruins Looking To Trade Torey Krug’s Rights

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By: Andrew Taverna | Follow me on Twitter @andrewtaverna

According to Rear Admiral on Twitter, it is possible that Torey Krugs UFA rights could be on the move tomorrow before free agency opens on October 9th.

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Prospects For A Boston Bruins and Colorado Avalanche Trade Prior To Free Agency

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By: Dan Anderson | Follow Me On Twitter @DanAnderson5970

At the beginning of the 2019-2020 NHL playoffs, I considered the Colorado Avalanche the favorite to come out of the western conference. Lead by star players Nathan MacKinnon and Gabriel Landeskog, it appeared the former Quebec Nordiques might be the Boston Bruins’ opponent if the Bruins reached the Stanley Cup finals. After a disappointing playoff for

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Four Former Bruins Make TSN’s Latest Trade Bait List

Boston Bruins: The aftermath of the Johnny Boychuk trade.
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By Mike Cratty | Follow me on Twitter @Mike_Cratty

TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli released another edition of his TSN Trade Bait Lists yesterday. The main thing that caught my eye on that list was the presence of four former Bruins – Phil Kessel (no. 6), Ryan Donato (no. 11), Johnny Boychuk (no. 13), Dougie Hamilton (no. 30). It got me thinking, what are

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