Adam McQuaid Is A Perfect Candidate for Bruins Player Development Role

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By: Craig Eagles | Follow Me On Twitter @Eags37

It would appear that Adam McQuaid could be returning to the Boston Bruins? Veteran reporter and hockey lifer Mark Divver reported that McQuaid has been in attendance for the Providence Bruins several times this week. One could speculate that McQuaid’s presence is certainly not by coincidence. The longtime Bruin and 2011 Stanley Cup Champion announced his

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Looking Ahead: Should the Bruins Re-Sign David Krejci?

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter @zcarlone21

For somebody like Bruins center David Krejci to be considered a free agent after this shortened 2020-21 season is bizarre, but Boston sports fans saw what happened when football legend Tom Brady became a free agent from the Patriots last summer. The longtime Bruins center is nearing the end of his six-year, 43.5 million

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Bruins’ Sweeney Named Team Canada Assistant GM

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By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12

Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney has been named an assistant general manager for Team Canada at the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing. Hockey Canada also announced Wednesday that St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong would serve in the same role for Canada at the Olympics.

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Bruins Add Maritime Scout to the Fold During Pandemic

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By: Craig Eagles | Follow Me On Twitter @Eags37

The Boston Bruins have always had a pipeline to the Canadian Maritimes. From Willie O’Ree and Gerry Ouellette to Bob Joyce, Glen Murray, Brad Marchand, Adam McQuaid, and even Don Sweeney, the Maritimes has always served the Black and Gold well. 

In recent years the Maritimes has become a hotspot for producing fantastic NHL prospects. Given

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Bruins Zboril Surprises in Season Debut

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By: Craig Eagles | Follow Me On Twitter @Eags37

It’s been a long and winding road for Jakub Zboril. 

Any mention of the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, Zboril’s name comes to the forefront of the conversation. There are two things that come to mind when people hear his name, “Draft day bust” or “untapped potential.” 

The departure of longtime B’s captain and future

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Patrice Bergeron Named 20th Captain In Bruins History

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By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12

In what is hardly a surprise, the Boston Bruins announced Thursday that Patrice Bergeron has been named as the 20th captain in franchise history. Bergeron is entering his 17th season in the National Hockey League and with the team.

“To be Captain of an Original Six franchise is an honor, and a role that

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Mainville’s Thoughts: Chara, Sweeney, World Juniors and More


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

As we all say our farewells to 2020 and say hello to 2021, I decided to put the pen to paper or should I say fingers to keyboard (that doesn’t seem to have the same ring to it), and put down my thoughts on a variety of Boston Bruins and hockey topics.

Before we

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Where Will The Bruins Finish In The New Format?

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By: Michael DiGiorgio | Follow Me On Twitter @BostonDiGiorgio

It’s officially 2021, and a new NHL season is upon us. The NHL and NHLPA agreed to begin the NHL season on January 13, 2020, and play a 56-game season ending in May. The number of games isn’t the only feature uncomparable from normal years; the divisions will differ.

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Patrice Bergeron Will Become The Next Bruins Captain

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By Carrie Young | Follow me on Twitter @carrieyoung512

With Zdeno Chara’s official departure to the Washington Capitals yesterday, the Bruins will have a new captain for the first time in 14 seasons. General Manager Don Sweeney confirmed in a video conference this morning that the Bruins will name a captain for the 2020-21 season, and the choice is a

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