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Bruins’ Ullmark Off to Impressive 5-0-0 start

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By: Benjamin Aliber | Follow me on Twitter @bpaliber24

The Boston Bruins’ hot start continues as their win against the Dallas Stars Tuesday night improved them to 6-1-0 early in the 2022-2023 season.

Just seven games into the season, the Bruins have been on a run no one saw coming. They stand atop the Eastern Conference with 12 points, holding a three-point lead over the … Keep Reading

Pros and Cons of A Bruins Trade for Jack Eichel

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By Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

If you haven’t heard, Jack Eichel wants out of Buffalo. The Sabres themselves even are ready to move on from Jack Eichel. This is according to NHL insider Pierre Lebrun, who tweeted this out back in mid-June.

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Bruins Report Cards: The Hot Streak Continues

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By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

The Bruins’ hot streak continues with an overtime win in their first game of the season against the New York Rangers. A tight-checking low-event affair in the first period turned into an exciting game in the next two frames. Boston received goals from two bottom-six forwards before one of their stars won it in the bonus … Keep Reading

Pearson: Teams, I’m Excited To Watch The Bruins Play

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By: Lucas Pearson | Follow Me On Twitter @LucasPearson_

No more Maple Leafs, no more Lightning, no more Canadiens. The NHL has confirmed four brand new divisions for the upcoming season, the North, East, Central, and West. The Bruins will set up shop in the very tough East division. That division will consist of: the Buffalo Sabres, New Jersey Devils, … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: Breaking Down a Possible Division Realignment for 2020-21 Season

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

The National Hockey League has a very difficult task at hand to get the 2020-21 regular-season and playoffs underway. With the ideas of having players in a bubble similar to those in Edmonton and Toronto during the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs and potentially a shorter season from the normal 82-game schedule – it is not going to be easy to … Keep Reading

Should Bruins’ David Pastrnak Have Been Nominated For the Hart Trophy?

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By: Lydia Murray | Follow Me on Twitter @lydia_murray12

The 2020 Hart Trophy finalists were announced on Monday, and much to the dismay of Bruins fans, superstar winger David Pastrnak was not one of them. According to NHL.com, the Hart Memorial Trophy is an annual award given “to the player adjudged to be the most valuable to his team.” The winner is … Keep Reading

Brad Marchand's Newest Award, A Callback To His Journey To The NHL

By: Lucas Pearson  |  Follow Me On Twitter @LucasPearson_
Just a week or so after receiving the First Star of the Week award, Brad Marchand has added yet another accolade to his already long list. Ten days ago, the American Hockey League announced that the Bruins’ winger was selected as the Ephesus/AHL Graduate of the Month for November.
In the 14 games he played throughout November, Marchand tallied 11 goals … Keep Reading

How The Bruins Stack Up In The East For 2019-20 Campaign?

By: Ian Frazier  |  Follow Me On Twitter @ifrazier95
With the offseason in full gear, teams around the league have started preparations for the 2019-2020 season. The Bruins, while having a quiet offseason so far, have made a couple of minor moves to help their depth out like bringing back Steve Kampfer and Connor Clifton as well as signing free agent Brett Ritchie and Par Lidholm. While we await the … Keep Reading

How Pastrnak Injury Should Change Sweeney, Bruins Deadline Plans

By: Yanni Latzanakis  |  Follow Me On Twitter @yanlatz

On Tuesday, February 12, the Boston Bruins and Don Sweeney announced via a press conference at Warrior Ice Arena that David Pastrnak underwent successful surgery to repair an injured left thumb. Pastrnak injured his thumb after leaving a sponsorship dinner with teammates when he reportedly fell, and he will be re-evaluated in two weeks.

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Boston Bruins: Jake DeBrusk Breaking The Cold Streak

By: Michael DeRosa | Check me out on Twitter @michael_derosa4

With David Pastrnak expected to miss at least two weeks, it is now time for the Bruins’ secondary scoring to wake up. In last night’s game against the Chicago Blackhawks, it is clear that they took a step in the right direction. Danton Heinen has been fitting in perfectly with the first-line and is quickly silencing his critics. However, one … Keep Reading

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