Is 2020-21 A Transitional Year For The Bruins?

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By Ray Guarino | Follow me on Twitter @rayguarino

Is 2020-21 a transitional season for the Boston Bruins? It seems like an odd question considering the Bruins won the President’s Trophy with the best record in the NHL. They were the only team in the league that reached 100 points in an abbreviated season that saw the league shut down for almost five months between

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Boston Bruins and NHL Mailbag

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By: Andrew Johnson | Follow me on Twitter @Justyouknowhyyy

This past Friday, I put out an All-Points Bulletin on both social media and a personally frequented music board for a mailbag. With all of the news around the NHL flooding in, you all had Bruins and other NHL related questions that you wanted answers for. Today I am digging into the mailbag to give you

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NHL 21 Bruins Franchise Mode: Episode One, Season One

By: Mike Cratty | Follow Me On Twitter @Mike_Cratty

The franchise mode is underway! I’m going to try and bring multiple Stanley Cups to the Bruins organization over the next however many years in NHL 21. Season one was a lot of fun with plenty of people in the Twitch chat. To watch the Twitch vod (video on demand) of last night’s stream, you may need to make a free

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Questions Arise About the Bruins Defense Moving Forward?

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By: BNG Staff | Follow Us On Twitter @BlackNGoldPod

Despite the top record in the NHL during the season, the Bruins struggled in the Eastern Conference, seeing round-robin, losing all three. They advanced to the second round of the playoffs before being ousted by the Tampa Bay Lightning. Now there are questions about the Bruins’ lackluster offseason and what to expect next year, particularly

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Bruins Still Have Some Business To Do To Be Ready For 2021

Zdeno Chara's third NHL fight was against Jake DeBrusk's father |
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By: Mike Cratty | Follow Me On Twitter @Mike_Cratty

Regardless of who you wanted the Bruins to acquire, Don Sweeney has done a serviceable job this offseason. Could he have done more? Yes. Does losing Torey Krug hurt? Of course. But the addition of Craig Smith and potentially more of Jack Studnicka are a couple of reasons to get excited about this team.


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Bruins – Flames Trade Rumor

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By: Jack Gotsell | Follow me on Twitter @jackgotsell

Top Shelf Hockey posted a Youtube video with a blockbuster trade rumor between the Calgary Flames and the Boston Bruins. The main piece of the deal would be Norwood, Massachusetts, native Noah Hanifin. The video mentions that Jake DeBrusk and Brandon Carlo could be pieces that are involved. In a discussion we had with Doug MacLean

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BNG Hockey Talk Ep. 12 With Black N’ Gold Hockey Podcast YouTuber Cameron Young

By Cameron Young | Follow me on Twitter @cmoney008

In my latest video uploaded to my YouTube channel, I grade the postseason performances of all defensemen that played for the Boston Bruins during the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs. This concludes the second part of a three part series of grading the 2019/20 Bruins team by position. Check it out below and please subscribe to my YouTube Channel and turn notifications

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Players The Bruins Should Use As Trade Bait

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By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter! @andrewlindrothh

It has been over a few weeks since the free-agent market opened, and it seems like the Bruins are content with the pieces they have picked up so far. Many Bruins fans are up in arms that management failed to pull the trigger on the big-name FAs such as Taylor Hall,

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What Are the Bruins Options With John Moore

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By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

John Moore signed with the Boston Bruins on July 1, 2018. The contract was for five years with an average annual value towards the Bruins’ salary cap of $2,750,000. At the time of the signing, General Manager Don Sweeney discussed the need for skating, size, and depth in his defense corps all of which he believed Moore, coming off

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