Hits and Misses: Grading All of Don Sweeney’s Boston Bruins Trades (The Finale)

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By: Ray Guarino | Follow me on Twitter @rayguarino

The Boston Bruins, coming off of a heartbreaking game seven loss to the St Louis Blues in the 2019 Stanley Cup Final, had a very quiet offseason. They signed Brett Ritchie and Par Lindholm on the first day of free agency and added some depth pieces for the Providence Bruins.

Entering the 2019-2020 season, the Bruins

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Checking In On The 2018 Boston Bruins Draft Picks

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By: Joey Partridge | Follow Me On Twitter @joey_partridge

The 2018 Boston Bruins draft picks have officially been prospects for two complete seasons now, most still with the Boston Bruins. Where are they in their development now? Let’s take a look and see where they are.

Axel Andersson

Axel Andersson was the Bruins’ second-round selection in 2018. The Bruins did not have a first-round pick in this

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What Value Can Bruins Fans Expect with the 58th Pick?

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by Matt Barry | Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

The Boston Bruins do not have a first-round pick in the 2020 National Hockey League Draft due to including the selection in the trade that brought winger Ondrej Kase to Boston. The team now has to wait until the 58th pick in the second round to make their first selection

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday David Backes

By: Mark Allred  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Happy 36th Birthday To Former Boston Bruins Player David Backes!

David Backes was born on May 1st, 1984, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and per EliteProspects.com, played his high school hockey for Spring Lake Park High, where he appeared in 73 games for the Panthers contributing 77-102-179 numbers. During his final season of USHS-MN hockey, where he captained the team in 2001-02,

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Bruins Dodged a Bullet at Trade Deadline

By: Will Montanez | Follow me on Twitter @Willfro3

The NHL season is stumbling forward into what very well may be a canceled schedule. From the perspective of team management, this leads to several issues. One of those that is rarely discussed is how management teams will recoup losses of hockey “assets” like prospects and draft picks that they dealt for the temporary service of rental players. Bruins’ GM Don

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Boston Bruins Acquire F Ondrej Kase From Anaheim

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

With the NHL Trade Deadline only days away, the Boston Bruins have made their first deal, sending forward David Backes, defenseman Axel Andersson and a 1st-round pick in the upcoming 2020 NHL Entry Draft to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for forward Ondrej Kase.

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Providence Bruins' Vaakanainen Named AHL Player Of The Week

By Carrie Young | Follow me on Twitter @carrieyoung512

 

It was announced on Monday morning that Urho Vaakanainen was named as the AHL’s Player of the Week. In two games over the weekend, the defenseman had two goals and three assists and registered a plus-six rating. This was an offensive breakout for Vaakanainen, who had just two points in his first fifteen games with Providence. He recorded two assists

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Bruins Prospect Axel Andersson Assigned To QMJHL Moncton

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
Bruins prospect Axel Andersson is headed to join the Moncton Wildcats of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) as first reported by Mark Divver on Tuesday morning. Moncton confirmed the report on Wednesday morning.

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Boston Bruins Prospect Player Profile: Axel Andersson

By Tim Richardson | Follow Me On Twitter @TimARichardson
Axel Andersson was drafted in the second round, 57th overall in the 2018 NHL Draft. The Boston Bruins were pretty thrilled when he fell to them in the second round. The Native of Sweden is a quick, offensive-minded defenseman who can seemingly create a scoring opportunity of nowhere. He’s the type of player that can quarterback the offense from the backend.

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Bruins Announce First Training Camp Cuts

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
Bruins general manager Don Sweeney announced the first round of cuts from Boston’s training camp this afternoon. Axel Andersson and Wiley Sherman have been assigned to Providence while Cooper Zech, Samuel Asselin, Chris Breen, Alexey Solovyev, and Brendan Woods will report to Providence training camp. Andersson and Sherman were “assigned” to the P-Bruins since they are on NHL entry-level contracts compared

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