Trading Bruins David Pastrnak Would be the Demise of Future Contention

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

The Boston Bruins are entering a crossroads in the franchise as the 2022 offseason has started with uncertainty. The offseason began with a bang as Don Sweeney, and upper management fired head coach Bruce Cassidy on Monday, June 6th. Beyond the need for the Bruins’ to find a new

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Tyler Tumminia To Step Down As PHF Commissioner After Season

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By: Jake Solomons | Follow Me on Twitter! @jake_solomons

The Premier Hockey Federation announced on Sunday that Tyler Tumminia has decided to step down as PHF Commissioner following the 2021-22 season. Tumminia was appointed Interim Commissioner in October 2020 before taking over permanently in August 2021. She will continue to fulfill the position through the 2022 Isobel Cup Playoffs scheduled for March 25-28 in Tampa Bay, Florida.

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Is Taylor Hall Actually A Lock For The Bruins?

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By: Andrew Taverna | Follow me on Twitter: @andrewtaverna

Rumors and rumblings are swirling around every platform on the internet about a possible Taylor Hall / Bruins deal. While I am with Bruins fans in wanting to see him return, I am far less confident than most of you about that happening. Let’s start by clearing the air. I did write an article

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Bruins Prospect Involved In QMJHL Trade

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By: Mark Allred   |   Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Earlier this week Sportsnet’s Jeff Marek and host of the 31 Thoughts: The Podcast with famed hockey insider Elliotte Friedman mentioned in a tweet below that Boston Bruins 2017 sixth-round selection Cedric Pare was traded from the Saint John Sea Dogs to the Rimouski Oceanic in an offseason QMJHL deal.

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Video: Bruins First Superstar Eddie Shore

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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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