We all know how the 2021-22 NHL season ended for the Bruins. We all know what has happened following the Game 7 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round of the playoffs – Bruce Cassidy took the fall and lost his job, Jim Montgomery was named as his successor, Jake DeBrusk rescinded his … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins season is almost here. The prospect challenge has come and gone, preseason officially starts on Saturday, and the official training camp roster has been announced. However, a few spots are still open on the opening day lineup due to injuries. While veteran players could fill those spots, I’ve been getting … Keep Reading
Entering the 2022-23 season, the Bruins will be without two key pieces on the blue line in Charlie McAvoy and Matt Grzelcyk. While Grzelcyk has been skating at Warrior Ice Arena in Brighton, Massachusetts, McAvoy has yet to hit the ice alongside his teammates. Both d-men will need time to recover from their offseason … Keep Reading
As with every season over the past 15 years, the Bruins enter the upcoming season hoping to raise the Stanley Cup in June. But this season, the Bruins will face the first quarter of their schedule without vital cogs that have played integral roles in cementing the team’s identity in the past. While Brad … Keep Reading
Through Jake DeBrusk’s five-year career with the Boston Bruins, he’s faced extreme highs and lows in point production and playing time. The 25-year-old winger has shown glimpses of brilliance and potential but hasn’t been able to keep consistency as a part of his game. He has yet to surpass his point totals … Keep Reading
Being an Original Six franchise in the Nation Hockey League means plenty of history to sift through when picking the best of the best. Having already compiled the lists of best defensemen, goalies, and right and left wings, the next “best of” series brought me to bench bosses.
With just over a month before the start of the NHL regular season, the Bruins’ roster seems to be coming into form with Boston signing Pavel Zacha, Patrice Bergeron, and David Krejci. The Bruins will be without some essential pieces to start the regular season with Brad Marchand, Charlie McAvoy, and … Keep Reading
On Tuesday, August 16th, Jimmy Murphy from BostonHockeyNow.com reported that the Boston Bruins are exploring the trade market with third-line right wing Craig Smith. With Boston’s recent signings of Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, the Bruins are $2.4 million over the salary cap. To get below the cap ceiling ($82.5 million), Boston may … Keep Reading
The picture is starting to become a little bit more clear for the 2022-2023 Boston Bruins. General Manager Don Sweeney was extended. Jim Montgomery was hired to replace the fired Bruce Cassidy. Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci both decided to return to the Bruins and signed one-year deals. The newly acquired Pavel Zacha was … Keep Reading
Jake DeBrusk will have an exceptional opportunity at the beginning of the season to cement himself as a top-six forward for the Boston Bruins Organization. Unfortunately, Jake’s career in Boston has been shrouded in criticism from Bruins media and faithful who expected more from the 14th overall pick in … Keep Reading
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