The first two development camp days began on Monday, July 11th. With a roster of well-known players and some, well, players looking to make a name for themselves. The roster included 20 forwards, 12 defensemen, and four goaltenders. For the sake of sparing time, the complete roster is found below.
The National Hockey League Boston Bruins announced today that the organization had released its 15th annual roster for the team’s development camp at the Warrior Ice Arena in Brighton, Massachusetts. This yearly development camp from the Warrior is open to the public and is scheduled to start tomorrow morning and go through the week until Friday, … Keep Reading
The 2022 offseason for the Boston Bruins has been a whirlwind of emotions with the firing of Bruce Cassidy in early June, the rumors surrounding Patrice Bergeron returning, and the multi-year contract extension of general manager Don Sweeney. While some offseason questions have been answered, many remain regarding the construction of the Bruins … Keep Reading
As the Bruins’ season came to a close just over a couple of weeks ago, Boston’s management will have a busy offseason retooling and replenishing the Bruins’ roster and draft assets. As every season comes and goes, every team makes these roster adjustments to improve. In the Bruins’ case, they will be looking … Keep Reading
By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter @NHLJoeTravia
It has been a busy day to start the offseason for the Boston Bruins. Shortly after news broke that young defenseman Jakub Zboril signed a two-year extension with the club, the Bruins announced that 2019 first-round draft pick (30th overall) Johnny Beecher had signed his three-year entry-level. The contract has an annual cap … Keep Reading
The Providence Bruins season has ended. Writing this article is always sad. The Providence Bruins ended their regular season 36-25-5-6 (83 points). That was good enough to get Providence third place in the Atlantic Division and a favorable matchup in the first round of the playoffs. The sixth seed Bridgeport Islanders were the first-round … Keep Reading
On Saturday night, the Charlotte Checkers (42-24-5-1) scored late in regulation and defeated the Providence Bruins (36-22-4-6) 2-1 on Rhode Island Comic-Con weekend. Troy Grosenick was incredible and made 45 stops after returning to the Providence roster earlier that day. With the win, the Charlotte Checkers clinched the Atlantic Division title and have … Keep Reading
On Wednesday morning, Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney announced that they had signed the University of Michigan forward and the Bruins’ first-round pick in 2019 (#30 overall), John Beecher, to an Amateur Tryout deal (ATO) for the remainder of the 2021-22 season. It’s also believed that Beecher and his camp … Keep Reading
The Hockey News beat writer Ryan Kennedy comes at Boston Bruins fans with his second report of the Boston Bruins getting another NCAA prospect signed to an entry-level deal. Two days ago, Kennedy came out with the report of former Ohio State Buckeye freshman Georgi Merkulov leaving school to run pro … Keep Reading
While we still have to complete the 2021-2022 regular season and playoffs, there is no denying that Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney and Assistant General Manager Evan Gold are looking to revamp their AHL affiliate roster, the Providence Bruins.
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