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Boston Bruins Prospect Fabian Lysell Has a Tremendous Opportunity in Training Camp

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By: Eamonn McLean | Follow me on X / Twitter @EamonnMcLean44

This September, Fabian Lysell will enter his fourth Training Camp as a member of the Boston Bruins organization. However, this time feels different than years prior. With the departure of wingers Jake DeBrusk and Danton Heinen to the Vancouver Canucks, as well as veteran James Van Riemsdyk still on the Free Agent market, there are … Keep Reading

A Deep Dive Into the Bruins’ Forward Depth Chart After Free Agency

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By: Ryan Jainchill | Follow me on Twitter/X @jainchill_ryan

After a flurry of free agent signings on July 1st that tackled the pressing needs of the Boston Bruins, the depth chart for the 2024-25 season appears to be set, barring any surprises from General Manager Don Sweeney and the organization. With a little more than two months before the opening of Bruins … Keep Reading

Bruins Free Agency: Elias Lindholm, Nikita Zadorov Signed to Contracts

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

That didn’t take long. Less than thirty minutes into free agency, Don Sweeney has already burnt through $12.75 million in cap space, signing Elias Lindholm and Nikita Zadarov to respective contracts. Lindholm’s deal looks to be seven years at $7.75 million, while Zadorov is inked for six years at $5 Keep Reading

Centers the Bruins Should Pursue this Offseason

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By: Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

The Boston Bruins desperately need a top-line center. It’s hard to believe that last season was the first year since 2003 that neither Patrice Bergeron nor David Krejci suited up for the Black and Gold. Their retirements left a massive hole down the middle of Boston’s lineup, which the team still hasn’t addressed.

Pavel Zacha (21-38-59) … Keep Reading

If the Bruins Cannot Land Top Free Agent Forward Elias Lindholm, Center Chandler Stephenson Should be Boston’s Plan “B”

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

The Boston Bruins are at a pivotal juncture as they look to bolster their roster during the off-season. Coming off a season filled with highs and lows as an overachieving franchise, the Bruins need to make strategic moves to strengthen their lineup if they want to be serious Stanley Cup … Keep Reading

What Options Do the Boston Bruins Have Ahead of the Trade Deadline

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By: Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis

As far as most Wednesdays go, yesterday was quite a doozy. Two days ahead of the NHL Trade Deadline, teams around the league sprung into action, leaping at the opportunity to snatch up any assets as they hurdle toward the playoffs. The Boston Bruins weren’t one of the teams that made a move, but that … Keep Reading

Can Pavel Zacha be a Fit at First-Line Center for the Bruins in 2023-24?

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

When a player of Patrice Bergeron’s caliber retires, filling the void is no easy task. Bergeron spent his entire career with the Boston Bruins, leaving a legacy that will be remembered for generations. Now, with his retirement, the question arises: who will step up to fill the gap? One emerging candidate is … Keep Reading