By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue
Boston Bruins 2019 first-round pick John Beecher has taken more than the ideal time to develop. The young center drafted out of the University of Michigan has had to overcome some adversity, which included getting shoulder surgery in his sophomore season playing for the Wolverines and then missing the 2020 World Junior Tournament after … Keep Reading
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With the AHL’s All-Star festivities in Laval, Quebec wrapped up and the Providence Bruins arriving at the unofficial midway point of the season, I figured this would be an excellent time to look at some standout players at the AHL level in the Bruins organization, where the P-Bruins stand and what the second half of … Keep Reading
Earlier this morning, Team Sweden announced their 2023 IIHF World Junior Championships roster for the upcoming games slated for later this month. Boston Bruins forward prospect Fabian Lysell who’s been heavily rumored to participate, will join his native Sweden club for the tournament held this year in Canada’s Atlantic Maritimes.
Since being drafted in the first round of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, Bruins prospect Fabian Lyell has drawn much attention due to his high potential. Many scouts and analysts note Lysell as Boston’s top prospect with a high top-six ceiling. With his elite edges and blazing speed, Lysell hopefully will become … Keep Reading
Fabian Lysell is the new apple of Bruins fans’ eyes.
The Swede caught the attention of the masses with his stellar play at this past year’s World Junior Championships. He put up two goals and four assists in seven games for his native Sweden. Fabian did so in style, including this snipe … Keep Reading
On Tuesday, August 16th, Jimmy Murphy from BostonHockeyNow.com reported that the Boston Bruins are exploring the trade market with third-line right wing Craig Smith. With Boston’s recent signings of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, the Bruins are $2.4 million over the salary cap. To get below the cap ceiling ($82.5 million), Boston may … Keep Reading
In the first part of a mini-series on the Bruins’ prospects plying their trade in the European leagues, we look at Matias Mäntykivi. Mäntykivi is heading into his second year playing for Ilves in the Finnish Liiga, having been drafted 185th overall in the 2019 draft. Listed as a Centre, he has also played on both wings … Keep Reading
After a long and hard-fought week in the Boston Bruins’ 15th annual Development Camp, a few of Boston’s prospects made lasting impressions on the organization. The camp ran from July 11th until July 15th at Warrior Ice Arena in Brighton, Massachusetts. For many prospects, this was their first chance to show the … Keep Reading
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