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Matthew Poitras Hungry for Sophomore Season in Boston

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

It’s been a long five months for Boston Bruins youngster Matthew Poitras. The 20-year-old forward took Boston by storm in camp last season, earning a roster spot and posting 15 points in his first 33 NHL games. That’s until a shoulder injury ended his season, undergoing surgery in February that sidelined him … Keep Reading

Bruins Free Agency: Elias Lindholm, Nikita Zadorov Signed to Contracts

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

That didn’t take long. Less than thirty minutes into free agency, Don Sweeney has already burnt through $12.75 million in cap space, signing Elias Lindholm and Nikita Zadarov to respective contracts. Lindholm’s deal looks to be seven years at $7.75 million, while Zadorov is inked for six years at $5 Keep Reading

Bruins Free Agency: Four Qualifying Offers Sent Before June 30th Deadline

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

To begin what is expected to be an offseason frenzy for the Boston Bruins, the team issued four qualifying offers on Sunday to restricted free agents Michael Callahan, Marc McLaughlin, Alec Regula, and Jeremy Swayman. It is worth noting that offers were not sent to Joey Abate, Jesper Boqvist, and Curtis … Keep Reading

The Boston Bruins Trade Jakub Lauko and Select Elliott Groenewold in the NHL Draft

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By: Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

Don Sweeney is wheeling and dealing on Day Two of the NHL Draft. After drafting Dean Letourneau with the 25th overall pick, Boston’s General Manager showed the hockey world he wasn’t done improving his team.

The Bruins sent forward Jakub Lauko and the 122nd overall pick to the Minnesota Wild in exchange for Vinni Lettieri and … Keep Reading

Centers the Bruins Should Pursue this Offseason

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By: Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

The Boston Bruins desperately need a top-line center. It’s hard to believe that last season was the first year since 2003 that neither Patrice Bergeron nor David Krejci suited up for the Black and Gold. Their retirements left a massive hole down the middle of Boston’s lineup, which the team still hasn’t addressed.

Pavel Zacha (21-38-59) … Keep Reading

What Does Fabian Lysell’s Future Look Like With the Bruins?

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

Friday’s 2024 National Hockey League Entry Draft was unfamiliar territory for the Boston Bruins. As it was day one of the two-day draft, only first-round selections were made, headlined by San Jose Sharks first overall pick and Boston University Standout Macklin Celebrini. And for the first time since 2021, the … Keep Reading

2024 NHL Entry Draft: Boston Bruins Select Dean Letourneau in the First Round

By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter / X @BlackAndGold277

Last night, the Boston Bruins had the 25th selection in the 2024 National Hockey League Entry Draft, and they added much-needed developmental depth to the organization’s center position. With the pick at 25 at the iconic Sphere in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Bruins select forward Dean Letourneau from St. Andrews College.… Keep Reading

The Deepest Boston Bruins ‘Draft Classes’ of the Past

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By: Steve McClure | Follow me on Twitter / X @stmcclure1993

Sometimes the NHL draft can be hit or miss enterprise. Despite all of the personnel scouting and calibrating of player potential and organizational needs, no team is immune from a complete miscarriage of an entire draft year, where none of the selections ever see more than a cup of coffee in the NHL. 

Draft … Keep Reading

Ten Wingers the Boston Bruins Could Target in Free Agency

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By: Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

The Boston Bruins need help on the scoring front. That fact became brutally clear in their second-round playoff series against the Florida Panthers, where the team failed to exceed two goals in all but Game One. The playoffs were no offensive laser show for Boston, as the team posted a meager 2.38 goals per game over … Keep Reading

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