Providence Bruins McIntyre Sets Franchise Record

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By: Mark Allred  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

The Providence Bruins beat the Hershey Bears last night by the score of 6-2 at the Dunkin” Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island to improve their 2018-19 regular season record to 12-11-5-0. Speaking of record, with the victory over the Bears, Providence goaltender Zane McIntyre recorded his 68th American Hockey League win in franchise history.

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Re-Signing Khudobin Should Be Top Priority For Boston

By: Tyler Aragao | Follow me on Twitter @Tyleraragao40

In today’s NHL its been proven countless times how important it is to have a reliable number two option in goal. Looking at some of the recent Stanley Cup champions the trend is evident.

The Blackhawks in 2015 relied on Scott Darling to push them past Nashville in the first round en route to their third title in five years, the

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Former Bruins Enjoying Success With Golden Knights & Capitals

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

It has only been about twenty days since the Boston Bruins were eliminated in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals to the Tampa Bay Lightning, but it already feels like forever since we saw the Bruins play an NHL game.

Since the loss to the Lightning, the Bruins have considered many decisions including who to re-sign, who to possibly trade, and who

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Providence Bruins: Why Is Binnington Here?

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By: Mark Allred                          Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

As a person constantly learning about the inner works of how a hockey franchise works no matter what level is always something I love to do as I investigate interesting topics along the way. One particular topic that’s boggled my mind for the past few week’s is the addition of goaltender

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Bruins: Vladar To ECHL Is A Questionable Move?

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By: Marks Allred           Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Let’s start by saying I’m a big fan of researching everything Boston Bruins hockey but never considered myself an expert or insider but a person that takes this hobby seriously while learning on a daily basis. Sometimes when things happen behind closed doors, and fans have nothing to do with certain moves, we have our

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Boston Bruins: You “CAN” Teach That

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By: Billy Stramiello          Follow Me On Twitter @WJStramiello

Opening night for the Bruins certainly did not feature the line-up that last year’s Bruins fans would have expected.  So many “casuals” hope that they will wake up at the end of summer hockey hibernation to find their team stocked with off-season superstar acquisitions.  On the opening night not only did B’s fans not find

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Boston Bruins Sign Goaltender Keyser

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By: Mark Allred        Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

After losing goaltender Malcolm Subban to the National Hockey League waiver process to the new Las Vegas Golden Knights franchise, the Boston Bruins announced yesterday that the team has signed netminder Kyle Keyser to an entry-level contract.

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Why Do The Boston Bruins Keep Losing First Rounders?

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By: KG                   Follow me on Twitter: @kgbngblog

The former first-round pick Malcolm Subban (24th overall, 2012) was placed on waivers yesterday and claimed by the Vegas Golden Knights earlier today. Vegas now has three goalies on their roster. Fleury, Pickard and Subban will make quite the tandem in nets for them. For the Bruins, they will now use Daniel Vladar and Zane McIntyre as the

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Boston Bruins Lose Malcolm Subban To Las Vegas

By: Andrew Thompson                                                                 Twitter: @godwentwhoops

 

When the Boston Bruins selected Malcolm Subban in the first round of the 2012 Draft, tounges wagged furiously. Malcolm, the younger brother of then Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban would have brought another dimension to the century-old rivalry between Boston and Montreal.

Times change though. P.K. Subban headed out to Nashville, and now Malcolm is heading to Las Vegas. The Golden Knights picked up the

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Boston Bruins: More Studs-And-Duds From The Preseason

By: Andrew Thompson        Follow Me On Twitter @Godwentwhoops

The Boston Bruins will be submitting their roster for the 2017-18 season on Tuesday. Several players found themselves making the cut due to their strong performances during the preseason. While some players didn’t seem to make the cut this year, it was one of the most competitive camps in recent memory. Several of the ‘duds’ listed in this and the previous article

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