Bruins Alumni Birthdays: August 9th Andy Brickley

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

On August 9th current Bruins Broadcaster and Bruins Alumni Andy Brickley will be celebrating his 60th birthday. Brickley is well known in the New England area, as he was born in Melrose, Massachusetts, and played collegiate hockey for the University of New Hampshire. In honor of Andy Brickley celebrating his 60th birthday, let’s take a look back

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Bruins Report Card: Maligned Second Line Comes Alive

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By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

The Buffalo Sabres may prove the remedy for Boston’s secondary scoring woes. Craig Smith and Jake DeBrusk picked up goals while David Krejci notched three assists. Gregg McKegg, in just his second game of the season, scored his first wearing the ‘B’ while centering an effective fourth line. Boston has now won in back-to-back games as

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Breaking Down The ESPN Deal: What This Means For The NHL

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By Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @ndrsn27

By far, the biggest hockey news this week in terms of the casual fan is the news that broke this week, that the NHL has reached a seven-year deal with ESPN. The self-proclaimed worldwide leader in sports is set to broadcast NHL regular season and postseason games starting next year with the 2021-2022

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Boston Bruins Announcers: Jack And Brick

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow Me On Twitter @AMY7594

Jack Edwards and Andy Brickley (aka Brick), since the 2007-2008 NHL Hockey Season, have been the play-by-play Boston Bruins commentary Duo for New England Sports Network (NESN). Both are New Hampshire natives and were affiliated with the University of New Hampshire (UNH).

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These two are very passionate about the Bruins;

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Bruins Fan Fest Begins August 16 in Maine

By Carrie Salls | Find Me on Twitter @nittgrl73
Summer, and the National Hockey League offseason, is winding down as we enter mid-August. That means it won’t be long until Bruins players and coaches begin returning to Boston to get ready for camp and gear up for the 2019-2020 season. It also means it is time for the Bruins’ Third Annual Fan Fest Tour to hit the road to several

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Broadcasting the Bruins: The Men Behind The Mic

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By: Evan Michael | Follow me on Twitter @Evan007onTV

Becoming “the voice” of a sports franchise is a feat and career accomplishment not many ever achieve. But for hockey fans, especially ones in the Hub of Hockey, those particular voices have shaped the foundation of our fandom down to its very core. Whether you grew up cheering on The Kraut Line, rooting throughout the Original Six

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Beating The Bruins Beat!

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By: Evan Michael | Follow me on Twitter @Evan007onTV

We all know the Boston Bruins are an “Original Six” franchise of the NHL.  But the team may truly be one-of-a-kind when it comes to media mass hysteria — and I’m not talking about the kind where dogs and cats are living together ala Peter Venkman from Ghostbusters.

I’m referring to the stop-what-you’re-doing-and-pay-attention-to-what-I’m-making-up-on-the-spot kind of rhetoric

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Bruins Prospect Curtis Hall; High Ceiling, Great Flow

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By Jacob Albrecht | Follow me on Twitter @bruinsfan3725

With their late 4th round pick in this year’s NHL Entry Draft, the Bruins selected center Curtis Hall, a Princeton, New Jersey native currently playing in the USHL at 119th overall. At only 18 years of age, Hall has a man’s body, coming in at 6’2″ and 200 pounds. Here are Hall’s first words as a Boston

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Former Boston Bruin Marc Savard Retires From Professional Hockey

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By: Mike Cratty                                        Twitter: @Mike_Cratty

Yesterday, via his Twitter account (@MSavvy91), former Boston Bruins forward Marc Savard announced his retirement from professional hockey at 40-years-old.

Thanking the numerous organizations that he played for, Savard wraps up a tremendous career that was unfortunately cut short due to concussion troubles. It was really a shame that Savard’s career had

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