Bruins 2021 Free Agency Primer

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By: Kevin O’Keefe | Follow me on Twitter @Kevin_OKeefe89

Tomorrow at noon, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney will have all eyes on him entering this year’s free-agent frenzy. This is the most important off-season of Sweeney’s tenure as general manager to date; it is critical that he addresses the needs of this team going into the season, as this could end up being one of

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Bruins Cup Odds are in, but When Will Sports Betting be Allowed in Massachusetts?

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By: Kevin O’Keefe | Follow me on Twitter @Kevin_OKeefe89

The Boston Bruins Stanley Cup odds are in, but unfortunately you can’t bet on those odds in Massachusetts. Sports betting in Massachusetts is currently illegal, but that all could change soon with a vote reportedly to be held on the matter this week. If this passes, sports betting could bring in an estimated $70-million in

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Could Keith Yandle Be A Good Fit On Boston’s Blueline?

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By: Matthew Cahill | Follow Me On Twitter @MWCahill5

After five seasons with Keith Yandle on their blueline, the Florida Panthers announced Thursday morning that they would be buying out the defenseman. During his time in Florida, Yandle played in 371 games while totaling 231 points. Yandle was nothing short of productive, as he put up at least 40 points in three of out his

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Beyond The Ice: Bruins Kevan Miller

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By: Liz Rizzo | Follow me on Twitter @pastagrl88

He is one of the toughest competitors in Hockey East, and his leadership qualities are exceptional. Kevan has the team very focused going into the season.”

Coach Kevin Sneddon of the Vermont Catamounts

Not much has changed from his college days playing on the men’s hockey team at the University of Vermont to

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This Week’s Recap In Bruins News

Miller not considering retirement after fourth knee procedure for Bruins
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By: Liz Rizzo | Follow me on@pastagrl88

In case you stayed off hockey social media recently, the Boston Bruins had a busy week. Along with anniversaries, birthdays, etc, the team announced a signing and the retirement of a well-respected defenseman.

LOCKING IT IN

Earlier this week marked the eight-year anniversary of the Patrice Bergeron extension with the team. Back on July 12, 2013, the then 27-year-old

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Black N’ Gold Weekly Episode 29

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By: Jon Duncan | Follow me on Twitter @BNGWeekly

Show Description

Black N’ Gold Weekly is a weekly Boston Bruins show on YouTube hosted by Jon Duncan. Duncan is a lifelong hockey fan who played the sport for over ten years growing up. While the Bruins are the Massachusetts native’s favorite team, he has been covering the entire NHL on YouTube since 2017. He, along

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Bruins Sign Brandon Carlo to a 6-Year Contract Extension

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By: Kevin O’Keefe | Follow me on Twitter @Kevin_OKeefe89

The Boston Bruins have just announced this afternoon they have signed defenseman Brandon Carlo to a 6-year $24.6 million contract extension with a cap hit of $4.1 million per year. This marks the first big signing for the Bruins in what will be an exciting off-season for general manager Don Sweeney. Carlo is coming off a

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Bruins Should be All in on Ryan Suter

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By: Kevin O’Keefe | Follow me on Twitter @Kevin_OKeefe89

In what promises to be an extremely exciting off-season across the league, things just got a bit spicier with the Minnesota Wild set to buy out forward Zach Parise and defenseman Ryan Suter. The Bruins have been very vocal when it comes to the needs of this team, and a top-4 left-shot defenseman is

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Options to Improving the Bruins Defense

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter! @zcarlone21

The Bruins experienced a true roller-coaster of a season in the shortened 2020-21 NHL regular season, but one of the team’s biggest weaknesses all season long and especially in the playoffs, was their strength on defense. Right-handed defenseman Charlie McAvoy emerged as the consistent leader for the Bruins defense corps, with others like Matt Grzelcyk and

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Bruins Defensive Outlook

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By: Connor Green | Follow Me On Twitter @connorgreen777

There are no questions about what just happened in the ’20-’21 season for the Bruins. Boston organizationally decided that moving on from Torey Krug and Zdeno Chara was a worthwhile gamble into seeing how the youth on the backend could produce and play impactful minutes.

To be fair, before we start picking away at what needs to be

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