BNG Hockey Talk Ep. 12 With Black N’ Gold Hockey Podcast YouTuber Cameron Young

By Cameron Young | Follow me on Twitter @cmoney008

In my latest video uploaded to my YouTube channel, I grade the postseason performances of all defensemen that played for the Boston Bruins during the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This concludes the second part of a three part series of grading the 2019/20 Bruins team by position. Check it out below and please subscribe to my YouTube Channel and turn notifications

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What Are the Bruins Options With John Moore

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By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

John Moore signed with the Boston Bruins on July 1, 2018. The contract was for five years with an average annual value towards the Bruins’ salary cap of $2,750,000. At the time of the signing, General Manager Don Sweeney discussed the need for skating, size, and depth in his defense corps all of which he believed Moore, coming off

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Bruins Cassidy Makes Questionable Changes, Officials Make Questionable Calls

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By: Jack Gotsell | Follow me on Twitter @jackgotsell

The Bruins made drastic changes heading into Game three of their second-round playoff tilt versus the Tampa Bay Lightning. The game did not go as planned for the black and gold, and the Bruins faithful were left questioning the changes made by Bruce Cassidy, the calls by referees, and the officials’ overall performance.

Cassidy’s biggest head-scratching change was

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Chara’s Time To Sit? Time For Bruins To Look To The Future

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By: Jack Gotsell | Follow me on twitter @jackgotsell

Zdeno Chara is in his 14th season with and as captain of the Boston Bruins. Although we have come to love “Big Z’s” presence on the ice, Chara’s play has declined and a few hard to ask questions have arised. Is it time to sit Zdeno Chara? What is Chara’s future with the black and gold?


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Biggest Questions Facing The Bruins As They Enter The 2020 Playoffs

Notes, Thoughts And Observations From Ondrej Kase's Bruins Debut ...
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By: Lucas Pearson | Follow Me On Twitter @LucasPearson_

What is up with Kase and Ritchie?

There is a lot up in the air with the Bruin’s two most recent acquisitions. We know Ondrej Kase was the only player to not travel to Toronto with the team. It’s been said that the Czech Republic native will meet the team later, but

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What The Bruins Defensive Pairs Could Look Like In The 2020 Playoffs

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By: Lucas Pearson  |  Follow Me On Twitter @LucasPearson_

The Bruins have arguably the deepest defensive core in the entire league, and that can never be a bad thing. It’s going to be very intriguing to see how each defenseman comes back from all the time off and will be very telling on who gets the nod when playoffs begin. I just recently gave

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Boston Bruins: A Hat-Trick of Birthdays

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

Today, April 28th, 2020, three current Boston Bruins players all become a year older and celebrate their birthdays – David Krejci, Connor Clifton, and Jeremy Lauzon.

F David Krejci

David Krejci was born on April 28th, 1986 in Sternberk, Czechoslovakia. Krejci started his hockey career in the early 2000s playing with numerous U18 clubs in the Czech Republic – performing

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The Bruins’ Compliance Buyout Options

By: Will Montanez | Follow me on Twitter @Willfro3

Discretionary economic activity has effectively been halted as governments and individuals attempt to contend with a post-pandemic planet. The impact on the NHL is no less severe than any other sports league, as they encounter reduced revenues from all angles including promotions, concessions, and subscriptions. Part of the issue is that the NHL’s hard salary cap is, in part, a function

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