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Former Boston Bruins Forward Daniel Paille Gets Hired as an Assistant Coach of the OHL Niagara IceDogs

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter / X @BlackAndGold277

In a move that promises to bolster their coaching staff with a wealth of experience and championship pedigree, earlier this week, the Niagara IceDogs announced the hiring of former Boston Bruins forward and 2011 Stanley Cup champion Daniel Paille as an assistant coach.

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Boston Bruins’ Younger Look on the Third and Fourth Line

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

In previous years, the Bruins have formed an identity around the personnel of the fourth line. The identity began with the infamous 2011 Merlot Line with Daniel Paille, Gregory Campbell, and Shawn Thornton. The trio was a lethal fourth line that played in critical matchups, and they weren’t afraid to get in the … Keep Reading

22 Days Until Boston Bruins Regular Season Opener: Shawn Thornton

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on Twitter @_MikeSullivan

From fights to big hits to penalty shot magic, Shawn Thornton defined his career as a fourth-line grinder who was idolized in Boston.

Donning the number 22, Shawn Thornton was originally drafted in the 1997 NHL Entry Draft by the Toronto Maple Leafs, 190th overall. However, Shawn never got to play a game with the Leafs. Instead, … Keep Reading

The Most Underrated Bruins in Recent History

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

The Bruins have impacted the National Hockey League over the past 15 years by being a well-rounded team. While they have had some big names, typically, they have not had guys who lead the league in points. Recently, David Pastrnak has provided a spark offensively, but before his arrival, the Bruins relied … Keep Reading

Bruins’ Merlot Line Can’t be Duplicated

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

Who doesn’t love a good merlot? It’s friendly, balanced, popular, and versatile. Fortunately for Bruins fans, we were spoiled by merlot for four years with the output, toughness, and passion of Gregory Campbell, Daniel Paille, and Shawn Thornton. But unfortunately, there hasn’t been another group of players to duplicate what that fourth line … Keep Reading

Today in Bruins History: May 21st, 2013, Bruins take 3-0 Series Lead over Rangers

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

Leading the series 2-0, the series shifted to Madison Square Garden for game three as the Bruins looked to take a commanding 3-0 series lead. Boston was coming off a dominant 5-2 game two win and looked to carry momentum into New York. This was the second straight series where New York … Keep Reading

This Week’s Boston Bruins Stock Risers & Decliners

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By Dan Cellucci | Follow me @Cellucci_Dan14

The Bruins ended their season-long three-game losing streak with a 2-1 victory over the Penguins on Saturday. While the overall play of the Bruins has been subpar recently, there have been positives seemingly hidden amongst the bad. With only seven games remaining in the regular season, the main concern is getting the … Keep Reading

Bruins Alumni Birthday: December 17th Gregory Campbell

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

On December 17th, Bruins alumni player Gregory Campbell will celebrate his 38th birthday. Throughout Campbell’s twelve-year career in the NHL, he spent five of them with the Boston Bruins (2010-2015). Campbell was notably on the 2011 Stanley Cup Champion Bruins team and helped the team in a big way playing all 25 games in the playoffs. … Keep Reading

Looking back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: Game 3 ECSF

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

Returning back to home ice, the Bruins had a commanding 2-0 lead over the Flyers and looked to make it 3-0. It was uncertain if Adam McQuaid would be in the lineup, as in Game two, he was diagnosed with a sprained neck injury. If McQuaid couldn’t play, then Shane Hnidy would take his spot. Despite … Keep Reading

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