BNG Podcast Network: The Lindroth Hockey Podcast

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

About The Podcast

The Lindroth boys launched a brand new podcast show called “The Lindroth Hockey Podcast,” featuring co-hosts, father and son duo, Andrew and James Lindroth. This show is apart of the Black N’ Gold Podcast Network.

We decided to combine our old and new school hockey mindsets to create fascinating discussions about current National Hockey League (NHL) news, news

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Bruins Report Cards: Hockey Is Back

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By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

Hockey is back! In the Bruins’ first game of the season, they started off hot though they cooled as the game progressed and relied on the shootout to pick up their first win of the season. While the game was a bit sloppy at times, who cares, we had hockey! Let’s get into the game analysis and player grades.

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Bruins Post-Game Recap: Boston at New Jersey: 1/14/21

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By Mike Cratty | Follow me on Twitter @Mike_Cratty

Boston’s Lineup


Marchand – Bergeron – Studnicka

DeBrusk – Krejci – Kase

Ritchie – Coyle – Bjork

Frederic – Kuraly – Wagner


Grzelcyk – Miller

Lauzon – McAvoy

Zboril – Carlo




New Jersey’s Lineup


Sharangovich – Hughes – Palmieri

Johnsson – Zacha – Gusev

Wood – Zajac – Boqvist

Kuokkanen –

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Puck Lines Podcast: Episode Two, Puck Drop, And Puck Lines

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By Andrew Taverna | Follow us on Twitter @pucklinespod

Show Description

A Bruins related podcast produced by Andrew Taverna and Jacob Abenante. The boys, sit down every week to go over our favorite betting odds and everything else going on in the world of the Boston Bruins, as well as the rest of the NHL.

Show Summary

In episode two of the Puck Lines Podcast,

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Nick Boynton, Alan May, and Babe Siebert

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow Me On Twitter @amy7594

On January 14th, three players played for the Boston Bruins but at different times. Nick Boynton (1999), Alan May (1987), and Hockey Hall of Famer Babe Siebert (1933). These three players have their own stories, both tragic and triumphant. Starting in chronological order, we will take a look at Babe Seinbert.

Babe Siebert

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On January

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A Bruins Fans Guide to Betting the NHL Puck-drop

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By: Jacob Abenante | Follow me on Twitter @Jacobabenante

The puck is about to drop on the 2020-21 NHL season, and as a Bruins fan, I could not be more excited for the impending pandemonium. The Bruins are primed for another strong season, admits many changes and a fresh influx of youth. As a bettor and a Bruins fan, I have been patiently

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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 Breakdown: Episode 15, Winter Camp

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By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

Show description

Join Ryan and Leon on Bruins Breakdown as they provide an in-depth analysis of all the latest Boston Bruins, National Hockey League, and hockey world happenings. Our hosts have spent their lives involved in hockey as players, coaches, and more. The dynamic duo, along with periodic special guests, will provide keen insights into the game

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Hap Emms

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

Hap Emms was born on January 12th, 1905, in Barrie, Ontario, Canada. He began playing in the Canadian Professional league for the Stratford Nationals (Can-Pro) as a 22-year-old versatile utility player who often played on the wing or blue line. After scoring ten goals and 15 points in just 25 games that season, the Montreal Maroons made

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