Bruins’ NCAA Prospects

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By James Slater | Follow Me On Twitter @WhatsJamesBruin


With the 30th pick in the 2019 NHL entry draft the Boston Bruins selected forward John Beecher from the USDP (United Stated Development Program). Beecher, a University of Michigan commit at the time, is just one of many prospects the Bruins selected recently who decided to take their hockey careers through the NCAA.

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Bruins Sign D Prospect Victor Berglund To ELC

 

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12

This afternoon Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney announced that the team has signed Swedish defense prospect Victor Berglund to a three-year, entry-level contract (ELC). Per CapFriendly, the deal carries an average annual value (AAV) of $850,833 and a cap hit of $818,333.

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Shawn Bates

By: Mark Allred  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Happy 45th Birthday To Former Boston Bruins Forward Shawn Bates!

Shawn was born on April 3rd, 1975, in Melrose, Massachusetts. He attended High School in Medford, Massachusetts and per the great folks at HockeyReference.com he played three seasons posting 105-130-235 numbers in 69 career games for the Mustangs. His best High School season came in the 1992-93 campaign when he contributed

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Bruins Prospect Lauko Is Starting To Skate After Mid-Season Injury

By: Mark Allred  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Per RinkSideRhodeIsland.com founder Mark Divver below, Bruins prospect forward Jakub Lauko attended a pre-practice skate session presumably for the first time since his mid-season knee injury. Lauko, a former 2018 third-round selection of the National Hockey Leagues Boston Bruins only managed to appear in one shift for his native Czech Republic U-20 team that happened to host this year’s 2020 IIHF

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The Bruins’ Silent Defender: Brandon Carlo

By: Michael DiGiorgio  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BostonDiGiorgio
There’s a famous saying amongst NHL teams and scouts around regarding defenseman.  A defenseman’s ceiling is not known until they’ve played at least 250 NHL games.  Well, Boston’s Brandon Carlo recently eclipsed 278 games, and Carlo’s trajectory is clear to the organization and its fanbase.
The 6’5 Colorado Springs native began his path to the NHL in Canada’s Western Hockey League

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Bruins Prospect Jakub Lauko Injured At World Juniors

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
Boston Bruins prospect Jakub Lauko appeared to have injured his right leg during his first shift for the Czech Republic at the 2020 World Junior Championship. The forward was trying to control the puck as he skated through center-ice, before being taken down by a trailing Russian forechecker and colliding with another Russian defender.

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Bruins Prospects Beecher And Hall Survive Preliminary Cuts, Will Head To World Juniors With USA

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
Wednesday morning, USA Hockey named the 26-player preliminary roster for the 2020 World Junior Championship, which will be held in the Czech Republic. Among the skaters named to the roster were Bruins prospects John Beecher and Curtis Hall.

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Providence Bruins Recall Goalie Prospect Kyle Keyser

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
Providence Bruins general manager John Ferguson Jr. announced Thursday afternoon that the team has recalled goaltending prospect Kyle Keyser from the Atlanta Gladiators, Boston’s ECHL-affiliate. Providence recalling Keyser comes after Dan Vladar needed to be helped off the ice during the second period of the P-Bruins’ 5-4 shootout loss to the Laval Rocket on Wednesday night.

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Bruins' Prospect Beecher Shined At World Juniors Summer Showcase

By: Ian Frazier | Follow Me On Twitter @ifrazier95
Boston Bruins fans must be feeling pretty good right now after reading the reports and watching recent YouTube videos about the team’s 2019 National Hockey League first-round draft selection John Beecher. The 18-year-old Elmira, New York native was labeled as a draft steal to some experts when he was selected 30th in late Junes NHL Entry Draft from Vancouver, British Columbia.

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