Mainville: Takeaways from Bruins’ 3-1 Win Over Stars

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

It may have taken a few days for it to happen, but the Boston Bruins finally opened up their 2021-2022 regular-season campaign on Saturday night and did so with a solid 3-1 win over the Dallas Stars, a team entering the game following a 3-2 overtime win over the New York Rangers earlier in the week. Boston’s

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Jake Debrusk Celebrates 25th Birthday: Ranking his Top 5 Games as a Bruin

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

Today, Jake Debrusk will be celebrating his 25th birthday. The left-winger has already played four seasons in Boston and looks to provide the Black and Gold with more spectacular moments in the future. In four seasons, Debrusk has already scored 67 goals to go along with 67 assists for 134 points. With the

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Post-Game Recap: Bruins Defeat Stars 3-1 In Season Opener

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By: Liz Rizzo | Follow me on Twitter @pastagrl88

There was no lack of confidence from this year’s Boston Bruins team as they defeated the Dallas Stars 3-1 in front of a very loud crowd at the TD Garden. Jake Debrusk would get the game-winning goal while Brad Marchand scored twice including the second-most career penalty shots in NHL history. Bruins’ goaltender Jeremy Swayman

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The Bruins Third Line and Their Importance to Become a Contender

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow me on Twitter: @Rduffy26

With the home opener for the Bruins right around the corner on Saturday, October 16th, Bruce Cassidy and the coaching staff have seemed to finalize the top-nine forward roster. Of course, the top line will remain the same, and Charlie Coyle will be the second-line center with David Krejci gone. The way the third line with

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Black N’ Gold Weekly Episode 39

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By: Jon Duncan | Follow me on Twitter @BNGWeekly

Show Description

Black N’ Gold Weekly is a weekly Boston Bruins show on YouTube hosted by Jon Duncan. Duncan is a lifelong hockey fan who played the sport for over ten years growing up. While the Bruins are the Massachusetts native’s favorite team, he has been covering the entire NHL on YouTube since 2017. He, along

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Erik Haula’s Impact on the Bruins

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter! @zcarlone21

During the offseason, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney signed a handful of players to help the team have a successful run towards a championship this upcoming season. One of the players Sweeney brought to Boston was former Nashville Predators forward Erik Haula. The 30-year-old signed a two-year, $4.75 million contract with the

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Atlantic Division Preview: A Boston Bruins Fan’s Guide To The Atlantic

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By: Ross Matthews | Follow me @RossFromNewton

After last season’s bespoke divisional alignment and 56 game schedule, the NHL will return to the familiar divisions and 82 game regular season schedule in 2021-22. In the East, the Atlantic (BOS, BUF, DET, FLA, MTL, OTT, TBL, TOR) and the Metropolitan (CAR, CBJ, NJD, NYI, NYR, PHI, PIT, WSH) will each produce three guaranteed playoff seeds

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Black N’ Gold Weekly Episode 37

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By: Jon Duncan | Follow me on Twitter @BNGWeekly

Show Description

Black N’ Gold Weekly is a weekly Boston Bruins show on YouTube hosted by Jon Duncan. Duncan is a lifelong hockey fan who played the sport for over ten years growing up. While the Bruins are the Massachusetts native’s favorite team, he has been covering the entire NHL on YouTube since 2017. He, along

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Projecting the Bruins Opening Night Roster

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter! @zcarlone21

Another NHL offseason for Bruins general manager Don Sweeney is officially completed. Some players were re-signed. New prospects were drafted. Familiar faces who went their own ways are now playing for other teams. The most notable absence heading into the preseason is of former Bruins center David Krejci, who is

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