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Post-Game Recap: Bruins Defeat Panthers 3-2 In Shoot-Out

Charlie Coyle wears his work boots in Bruins win
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By: Liz Rizzo | Folow me on Twitter @pastagrl88

It was a good, solid win for the Bruins after an emotional start to the game as Dorchester-native and former Bruin (and Panther) Jimmy Hayes was honored after suddenly passing away this August. The Bruins handed the Panthers their first loss tonight at the TD Garden after they enjoyed an eight-game winning streak.


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Remembering Boston’s Own, Jimmy Hayes

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By: Ryan Ellis | Follow Me On Twitter @_RyEllis_

Tragedy, often like a fog, rolls in unexpectedly and overstays its welcome. Similarly, the sudden murkiness that can cause pause and confusion all but forces us to slow down and refocus. On Monday morning, former Boston Bruin and Dorchester’s own, Jimmy Hayes, had unexpectedly passed away at age 31. Leaving behind a beautiful family, his wife … Keep Reading

Rest In Peace Former Bruin Jimmy Hayes

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @dairybeast

This is not the news I want to be breaking right now. Former Bruin and Massachusetts native Jimmy Hayes has passed away at the age of 31. Hayes played with his hometown Bruins for two seasons from 2015-2017, totaling 34 points in 133 games.[1] He also spent time with the Chicago Blackhawks, Florida Panthers, and … Keep Reading

Hits and Misses: Grading All of Don Sweeney’s Boston Bruins Trades (Part Two)

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By Ray Guarino | Follow me on Twitter @rayguarino

 In the summer of 2015, Don Sweeney has been the General Manager of the Boston Bruins for just a little over two months, and he has already made four trades. There’s no sign of this trend slowing down as he tries to retool the Bruins and get them back into the playoffs. With that, we continue … Keep Reading

Bruins AHL Affiliate: Providence Bruins Game Recap 3/27/19

By: Sam Fryman  |  Follow Me On Twitter @sfryman20

Coming into Wednesday’s contest against Wilkes Barre/Scranton, the Bruins hoped to gain momentum from two huge pieces of news. For one, they had the opportunity to break a tie with the Hershey Bears for control of third place in the Atlantic Division. The bigger piece of off-ice news for fans is that Providence came to an agreement on a ten-year affiliation
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Bruins Prospect Ryan Fitzgerald Named To AHL All-Star Classic

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

The Providence Bruins announced today, January 3rd, 2018, that forward Ryan Fitzgerald has been named to the 2019 AHL All-Star Classic on January 27-28, 2019 in Springfield, Massachusetts.

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Bruins’ Sweeney Is Proving He’s A Top GM: Part I – Free Agency

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Written By: Chris Nosek  |  Follow Me On Twitter: @cnosek6342

Last season (in my first article with the Black N’ Gold) I wrote a piece about Don Sweeney’s patience being a major asset to this organization during the 2017-18 offseason. Now, just under a year later, he is proving even more that he was and still is the best person for the GM position in the … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: Worst Signings In Recent History

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

There are good signings and then there are bad signings. Often times, the final verdict that decides if a player’s new contract is either “good” or “bad” comes after an unsuccessful time with that new team. However, sometimes the length of the contract or the amount of money the player is making can be difficult to swallow due to the … Keep Reading

Opening Line in Vegas Pegs Boston Bruins as Also-Rans

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By: Bob Mand                             Follow Me On Twitter @HockeyMand 

The Westgate Las Vegas sportsbook released it’s over/under win totals earlier today, and surprise, surprise the venerated opening line of opening lines had the Boston Bruins on the outside looking in when the 2018 postseason kicks off next April.

This can’t really be surprising, right? The Bruins lost key contributors Dominic Moore, Jimmy Hayes and Colin … Keep Reading

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