Top Ten Greatest Canadian Boston Bruins of All-Time: #10 – #6

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

Today, July 1st, 2020 is Canada’s 153rd birthday – more commonly known as Canada Day. In celebration of this historical day, I decided to take a look back on some of the greatest players from the Great White North that dawned that infamous Spoked-B sweater of the Boston Bruins. This list was incredibly difficult to make, but it could make

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Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Flash Hollett

By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter @andrewlindrothh

Flash Hollett was born on April 13th, 1911, in North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. He began playing in the International Hockey League (IHL) for the Syracuse Stars (IHL) as a 21-year-old defenceman from 1932-1933. During the time, though, he was playing both lacrosse and hockey and was first noticed by the Toronto Maple Leafs Owner after watching him play lacrosse with

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Former Bruins Player Bronco Horvath Passes At The Age Of 89

By: Mark Allred  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277
The Bruins organization lost a member of its family today with the announcement of the passing of 89-year-old Bronco Horvath from the official Boston Bruins Alumni Twitter Account. Horvath a longtime journeyman of the North American professional ranks spent 664 games posting 263-484-747 numbers in the American Hockey League and 434 games in the higher National Hockey League contributing 141-185-326 totals.

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Opening the Bruins “Opening Night” Past

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By: Evan Michael | Follow me on Twitter @Evan007onTV

The NHL’s “Opening Night” is officially upon us with the Boston Bruins dropping the puck on the 2018-2019 campaign against the defending Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals. The nationally televised game on NBC Sports will mark the debut of Wednesday Night Hockey (in place of rivalry night), with the network hoping its re-branding will give a boost

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The Bruins’ Art Ross: More Than A Trophy

By: Travis Bibb   |   Follow Me On Twitter @BruinsPreds 

Anyone who loves the modern iteration of professional hockey should be singing the praises of Art Ross every time they sit down to watch a game. Most NHL fans are familiar with Ross’ namesake trophy but lack a deeper appreciation of his contribution to the NHL in general. A man with a bevy of innovations credited to his name and solid

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Video: Bruins First Superstar Eddie Shore

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Above Photo Credit:  Sportsnet .ca

By Mark Allred     Follow Me On Twitter  @BlackAndGold277

The first superstar in Boston Bruins history was the great Eddie Shore as he exemplified the meaning of “team” defense which would be the staple of the franchise today ninety-three years later.  Although Shore had exceptional attributes for the game so long ago, he also had a dark side that installed fear in many opponents. One player

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