Three games into the Stanley Cup Final between the Colorado Avalanche and Tampa Bay Lightning, one thing is abundantly clear – most General Managers realize they are not just one to two players away from winning the ultimate prize.
Any team can win on any given day, but the way the Avalanche are … Keep Reading
By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @ndrsn27
As the NHL trade deadline approaches on April 12th, 2021, Don Sweeney and the Bruins management will be tasked with a difficult decision. With the Bruins sitting in fourth place in the Mass Mutual East Division, they are not exactly frontrunners as they were last season when they won the President’s Trophy. … Keep Reading
As the Boston Bruins approach the 2018 trade deadline, they are steamrolling through the league. After a lackluster beginning of the season, they went 18-3-4 in December and January, including 18 straight games without a regulation loss. On February 1st, 2020, they are 30-11-8, good for 66 points. That puts them second in the Atlantic Division, … Keep Reading
By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
Boston Bruins prospect and Providence Bruins standout Jack Studnicka has been named to the American Hockey League (AHL) All-Rookie Team for the 2019-20 season as voted by coaches, players, and media around the league, per an announcement on Tuesday afternoon.
By: Mark Allred | Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277
Per Anthony Kwetkowski of @BruinsNetwork on Twitter and host of the Bruins Network Podcast Show is reporting that the Boston Bruins are interested in the University of Minnesota-Duluth defenseman Nick Wolff. The Eagan, Minnesota native is a 6′-5″ 230-pound blueliner and is currently in his senior year with his Bulldogs club. A big rugged blueliner like himself is certainly going to … Keep Reading
With the trading frenzy over, one of the Bruins’ new toys is Weymouth native Charlie Coyle. Now without getting too into the trade, I think the Coyle is a good fit with the Bruins; he checks a lot of boxes that Boston needs. He can play center and wing, he plays a heavy game, he’s still young at 26 and on … Keep Reading
It has been roughly one year since the Boston Bruins sent Frank Vatrano to the Florida Panthers for their 2018 third-round pick. The Bruins used this pick to draft versatile forward, Jakub Lauko. The future looks bright for Lauko, as he is currently playing well with the Rouyn-Noranda Huskies of the QMJHL.
With the trade deadline looming and all of the trade talk lately, I thought it would be interesting to look back at all of the trades Bruins GM Don Sweeney has made. There’s been a lot of hate towards Sweeney’s ability to make trades, some of it is warranted, some of it is not. Here’s my attempt at grading all of … Keep Reading
Much has been made in recent weeks about the Bruins’ supposed depth issues, and how they need to be addressed at the trade deadline. However, I believe that there is, in fact, a roster jam, the likes of which are quite difficult to manage. So, let’s figure this out.
This group all belong in the NHL and have spent no time in the … Keep Reading
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