Boston Bruins vs. New York Rangers: How The Two Original Six Clubs Stack Up

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By: BNG Website Staff | Follow us on Twitter @BlackNGoldPod

Bruins & Rangers Both Excelling In Unforgiving East

Barring a major second-half collapse by any team, it looks like the New York Rangers and Boston Bruins will both be back in the 16-team postseason for the first time since 2017.

The Rangers were added to the expanded 24-team playoff format for the 2020 bubble, but

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Making His Case: Bruins Defensive Prospect Urho Vaakanainen

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By: Dominic Tiano | Follow me on Twitter @dominictiano

I am no rockets scientist. Heck, I didn’t even finish college. But even if I had, I don’t believe I’d be able to explain why Boston Bruins Defenceman Urho Vaakanainen has performed so well at the NHL level, yet in the AHL, he leaves you wanting more.

That’s not to say Vaakanainen has not shown flashes

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Bruins Forward Taylor Hall Coming Alive in 2022

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

Ever since the Boston Bruins returned to play in 2022, the Bruins’ forward depth scoring has come into form after head coach Bruce Cassidy and the coaching staff decided to mix up the lines. A massive beneficiary of the line adjustments has been Taylor Hall, who’s found his rhythm playing on the second line

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Two U’s, Two K’s, Two Games. First Impressions On Having Tuukka Rask back.

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By: Carter Hochman | Follow Me On Twitter @Carterr33

Listen, the anticipation for bringing Tuukka Rask back into the lineup had us all (or at least most of us) on the edge of our seats for most of the season in one way or another. Those of us who pay attention knew that it would ultimately result in Jeremy Swayman being sent down

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Pregame Notes: Hurricanes vs. Bruins – 01/18/22

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

It’s been smooth sailing for the Boston Bruins as of late. They’ve won their last five games and eight of their last nine to start the new year on a high note. The black and gold are coming off a thrilling victory against the Nashville Predators, one of their most difficult opponents this season.

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Bruins: How Much Credit for the Recent Turnaround Should go to Cassidy?

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By: Scott Wood | Follow me on Twitter @ScottHoHPodcast

There’s no question; a different Bruins team has emerged from their recent Covid break at the end of 2021. The statistics can’t be denied. They’ve won six of their first seven in 2022, and their only loss came in a game with questionable officiating that took control in the first period, only to lose

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Post Game Talking Points: Flyers vs Bruins

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By: Joe Todd | Follow me on Twitter @heyjoetodd

Bruins won in a nail biter of a game at TD Garden, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers 3 – 2. Pastrnak would score all three goals for the Bruins, with two coming on the powerplay. The Bruins are now 7 – 1 in the new year, with Cassidy’s line changes continuing to pay dividends for the team. Oh…and Tuukka

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Why the Bruins Shouldn’t Pursue Evander Kane

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

Bruins general manager Don Sweeney and the Bruins have always been involved with the pursuit of some big names in recent years of moving players rumors. With the team’s win-now window quickly closing due to the aging of their stable and star-studded core made up of forwards Brad Marchand and Patrice Bergeron,

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Nick Foligno Injury: What It Means For The Bruins

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By: Carter Hochman | Follow me on Twitter @Carterr33

In a dominating win against the defending Stanley Cup Champion Tampa Bay Lightning, there was a glaring issue that remained in the forefront of every Bruins fan’s mind, and that was the awkward fall that Nick Foligno took, resulting in him leaving the game not to return. It didn’t look

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Pregame Notes: Capitals vs. Bruins – 1/10/22

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By Andrew Taverna | Follow me on Twitter: @andrewtaverna

After the Bruins’ definitive 5-2 win in Tampa Bay this past Saturday, the Bruins are in Washington for a matchup against Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals. The Capitals are 20-7-9 this season and are currently 3rd in the Metropolitan Division. That said, the Washington Capitals are never a game the Bruins should

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