Patrice Bergeron Named 20th Captain In Bruins History

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By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12

In what is hardly a surprise, the Boston Bruins announced Thursday that Patrice Bergeron has been named as the 20th captain in franchise history. Bergeron is entering his 17th season in the National Hockey League and with the team.

“To be Captain of an Original Six franchise is an honor, and a role that

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Don’t Blame The Bruins Jacobs Family For Not Spending This Offseason; He Had No Choice

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By: BNG Staff | Follow Us On Twitter @BlackNGoldPod

As sports try to recoup their financial losses from the pandemic, Boston Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs is just trying to get by. Jacobs and his Delaware North hospitality and gaming industry was reportedly hit hard by the pandemic. As the Bruins begin to prepare for the start of the

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Bruins, Jacobs Announce Plan To Compensate TD Garden Employees During COVID-19 Pandemic

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12

On Saturday morning, the Boston Bruins and the Jacobs Family announced a plan to compensate part-time gameday TD Garden employees due to the NHL’s current hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The plan is based around a fund of $1.5 million, should the remaining six games on Boston’s schedule go unplayed.

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TD Garden, Bruins Unveil New Look for 2019-2020 Season

By: Yanni Latzanakis  |  Follow Me On Twitter @yanlatz
Fans going to TD Garden to attend Bruins and Celtics games as well as other events will notice multiple changes to the building. The TD Garden has been giving fans plans throughout the past season as to what to expect but just recently gave fans a bigger glimpse into what to expect at the Garden this season.
On Tuesday, TD Garden

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Jeremy Jacobs Transfers Ownership Of Bruins To His Children

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12
Longtime owner of the Bruins Jeremy Jacobs has informed Kevin Paul Dupont(@GlobeKPD) of the Boston Globe that he is giving control of the organization to his children. Jacobs, who will turn 80 years old in January, informed the Globe that all six of his children Jerry Jr., Lou, Charlie, Lisann, Lynn, and Katie, will officially step in.

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Bruins Captain Chara A Testament To Longevity

By Carrie Salls | Find me on Twitter @nittgrl73
With the recent announcement that Pittsburgh Penguin Matt Cullen has retired, 42-year-old Boston Bruins captain Zdeno Chara became the oldest active player in the National Hockey League. Chara will be 43 by the time his one-year contract is up following the 2019-2020 season, but Bruins fans know Chara is far from the typical middle-aged man. A lot has changed, in the

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Was It Necessary To Admit Jeremy Jacobs Into the Hockey Hall of Fame?

By Andrew Thompson                                                     Twitter: @godwentwhoops

A week ago, the 2017 Class of the Hockey Hall of Fame were announced. There was plenty of Black and Gold in this year’s class. Bruins fans were naturally excited about Marc Recchi being voted into the Hall of Fame. The 22-season veteran finished his career with the Black and Gold, earning his third Stanley Cup with Boston.

There was no doubt in anyone’s mind

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Bruins Change Starts Tonight Against San Jose


By Mark Allred    Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277 

On Tuesday in a cowardly fashion, Boston Bruins management relieved Head Coach Claude Julien of his tenure as the franchise’s winningest coach in team history as the organization attempts to motivate the current roster that’s frankly underperformed to ownership’s expectations. As many hockey fans know, the B’s haven’t participated in the NHL’s Stanley Cup Playoffs for two straight seasons and with the

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