I’ll begin by saying this is not a ranking – that will come at a later date – but rather a rating on the player’s performance from the 2021-2022 season. The players on this rating are: either drafted or free agent signings of the Bruins, played outside the NHL or AHL, and the Bruins must hold … Keep Reading
Peter Cehlarik and his number 5 seed Avangard Omsk eliminated number 4 seed Ak Bars in 6 games in the KHL Playoffs. Cehlarik had four helpers in what was actually a close series, with three of the games going into overtime. Avangard will now take on top seed Metallurg MG in the Eastern Conference Quarter-Finals beginning … Keep Reading
An injury to defenceman Ryan Mast during a 4-3 shootout loss to the Owen Sound Attack on Friday, January 22, has kept him out of the lineup since. The Sarnia Sting officially call it a lower-body injury. Mast fell awkwardly on his leg and ankle, and it did not look good. You could … Keep Reading
One of the hallmarks of Don Sweeney’s tenure with the Bruins has been drafting players who end up playing at the NCAA level. While many teams still elect to prioritize those who go the Major Junior route, the Bruins have found success with NCAA players, including Boston University’s own Charlie McAvoy and … Keep Reading
By: Ryan Ellis | Follow Ryan on Twitter @_RyEllis_
Continuing our look into the Boston Bruins prospects playing this upcoming season in the NCAA, we bring three more young NHL hopefuls outside of our quaint region in the North East of the continental US. As stated in Part One of this collegiate series, the Bruins currently have nine total student-athletes in the organization.
At a time when typically we would be swallowed up with NHL action nightly, we find ourselves without Bruins hockey and a clear timeline for when they’ll return to action. However, the Bruins prospects in the NCAA and the USHL have returned to action, and a few have been making an impact early for their teams. Let’s take a skate and … Keep Reading
The 2018 Boston Bruins draft picks have officially been prospects for two complete seasons now, most still with the Boston Bruins. Where are they in their development now? Let’s take a look and see where they are.
Axel Andersson was the Bruins’ second-round selection in 2018. The Bruins did not have a first-round pick in this … Keep Reading
The NCAA Division 1 season is officially underway with Wisconsin University’s victory over Notre Dame on Friday night. What does this mean for the Boston Bruins? The Bruins have a handful of prospects getting ready to take the ice for their seasons in the next stage of their development. Let’s take a look at the Universities that some … Keep Reading
With the 30th pick in the 2019 NHL entry draft the Boston Bruins selected forward John Beecher from the USDP (United Stated Development Program). Beecher, a University of Michigan commit at the time, is just one of many prospects the Bruins selected recently who decided to take their hockey careers through the NCAA. … Keep Reading
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