Looking Back at the 2011 Boston Bruins: April 6th, 2011

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

With just three games remaining on the schedule, the Bruins looked to bounce back from a 5-3 loss to the New York Rangers when they hosted the New York Islanders on April 6th. Boston’s performance from the last game was nothing to be happy about as they allowed five unanswered goals after being up 3-0. It looked to

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From Me To Z: A Tribute To Bruins Legend Zdeno Chara

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By: Mike Cratty | Follow Me On Twitter @Mike_Cratty

This day was bound to come someday. But that doesn’t make it any easier to swallow the news of Zdeno Chara signing a one-year, $795,000 deal with the new division rival Washington Capitals. It sucks, a lot, but everything happens for a reason and clearly, Chara wants to keep his incredible career alive, even if it’s elsewhere.

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The Window To Win Another Cup Is Closing For Some Current Bruins Veterans

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By Jeremy Grabowski | Follow me on Twitter @JeremyBNGhockey

For a little over a decade now, we as Bruins fans have been blessed with playoff hockey almost every year since 2008. Sure, not all of them have ended the way we would have liked, but playoff hockey is better than no
playoff hockey. We are entering a time now where we

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The Bruins’ Top-Six: Best Deadline Transactions

By: Will Montanez | Follow me on Twitter @Willfro3

Black N Gold Hockey Podcast website is proud to announce a new, recurring series in the rotation of entertaining articles: The Bruins’ Top Six.  In honor of the passing of the 2020 NHL trade deadline, the inaugural listing will be on the Bruins’ best Trade Deadline acquisitions of all time.

As part of the NHL’s “Original Six,” the Boston Bruins organization

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The Bruins’ Silent Defender: Brandon Carlo

By: Michael DiGiorgio  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BostonDiGiorgio
There’s a famous saying amongst NHL teams and scouts around regarding defenseman.  A defenseman’s ceiling is not known until they’ve played at least 250 NHL games.  Well, Boston’s Brandon Carlo recently eclipsed 278 games, and Carlo’s trajectory is clear to the organization and its fanbase.
The 6’5 Colorado Springs native began his path to the NHL in Canada’s Western Hockey League

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Former Bruins D-Man Dennis Seidenberg Retires

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By: Evan Michael | Follow me on Twitter @00EvanMichael
The Boston Bruins, in early 2010, made a “bits and pieces” trade with the Florida Panthers. Scratch that… Bitz and pieces, with the non-Dafoe Byron and somebody called Craig Weller going to the Sunshine State for a solid German blueliner (and others) known only to die-hard hockey fans.
About a year later, all hockey fans –especially those in

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Torey Krug: The Top 2 Defenseman the Bruins Deserve

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By: Spencer Fascetta                                          Twitter: @PuckNerdHockey

Much has been made of the Bruins’ depth when it comes to defensive prospects. Fans are constantly on the lookout for Jeremy Lauzon, Jakub Zboril, and Urho Vaakanainen, not to mention less heralded prospects such as Matt Grzelcyk and Emil Johansson. Charlie McAvoy already looks like a Calder Trophy finalist, and Brandon Carlo has been a

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