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Georgii Merkulov Emerges As Prospect to Watch For Bruins’ Fans

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By: James Swindells | Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

There are things for which Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney takes an unnecessary amount of heat (i.e., the 2015 NHL Entry Draft) and others for which he doesn’t get his just due. Sweeney and his staff are proficient in assessing value in the trade market and understanding the importance of organizational assets when it comes time … Keep Reading

In Case of Emergency: The Bruins’ AHL Options (If Necessary)

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By: James Swindells | Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

Having clinched a playoff spot with their 3-2 matinee victory at TD Garden on Saturday over the Detroit Red Wings, the Boston Bruins look like a team that could and should make a substantial run at a Stanley Cup championship. With NHL playoff hockey scheduled to start April 17th, Bruins’ management, coaching staff, and head coach Jim … Keep Reading

The Whirlwind Continues for Bruins Prospect Marc McLaughlin

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By: Tim Dumas | Follow me on Twitter @TimDumas

Boston Bruins prospect Marc McLaughlin isn’t playing at his desired destination, but at least he is in one place this winter. The Billerica native hasn’t played more than the 54 games he has appeared in this season since his first year of top-tier junior hockey in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, during the 2016-17 season.… Keep Reading

Brandon Bussi Gets 15th Win of the Season, as Providence Beat Springfield 6-2

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Last night at the Amica Mutual Pavillion in downtown Providence, Rhode Island, the AHL Providence Bruins beat the Springfield Thunderbirds 6-2, extending their winning streak to six games. With the victory on home ice last night, the top minor-pro affiliate of the NHL Boston Bruins increased their Atlantic Division lead to three points … Keep Reading

Why Jakob Chychrun to the Boston Bruins Makes Sense

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow Me On Twitter: @_MikeSullivan

As the 2022-2023 NHL Trade Deadline quickly approaches, many wonder what the best team in the National Hockey League is planning to do to solidify themselves as the top dog even more. Will they add depth? Will they add a top-six forward? Will they target a top-four defenseman? No one outside of Cam Neely, Don … Keep Reading

Bruins Prospect Harrison Has Career OHL Game Against the Barrie Colts

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Last night Boston Bruins forward prospect Brett Harrison set a personal career high playing in the Ontario Hockey League with the Windsor Spitfires, and that was accomplishing the feat of a five-point game. The B’s third-round selection in the 2021 National Hockey League Entry Draft was recently moved before the 2023 OHL Trade … Keep Reading

Bruins Nosek to Miss up to Four Weeks, Joona Koppanen, Recalled From Providence

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

The Boston Bruins announced today that forward Tomas Nosek, who’s already been playing through a hand injury, will miss the next four weeks with a non-displaced fracture in his left foot. Per the official roster announcement on the team’s Twitter account, the foot injury happened Thursday night on the road at Madison Square Garden against the … Keep Reading

Why Calling up Marc McLaughlin to the Bruins Makes Sense

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By: Danielle DuBois | Follow me on Twitter @DanielleDuBois

The Boston Bruins have the best record in the NHL and have looked incredible all season long. While the team has a current record of 34-5-4, there have been some bumps in the road. Left Wing Jake DeBrusk, was placed on long-term injured reserve on January 5th. With DeBrusk having 16 … Keep Reading

Projections of a Fully Healthy Boston Bruins Lineup

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By: Mike Sullivan | Follow me on twitter: @_MikeSullivan

Injuries are bound to happen during an 82-game schedule in the national hockey league. Unfortunately, the Boston Bruins had to deal with three critical injuries to start the season. Matt Grzelcyck, Brad Marchand, and Charlie McAvoy. For those counting, that’s a first-line elite winger in Brad Marchand, a first-pairing Norris Trophy-competing defenseman in Charlie … Keep Reading

Bruins Could Need Next Man Up in Home Opener

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By Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

The Boston Bruins may be without top-six forward Jake DeBrusk in the team’s home opener Saturday night when they host the Arizona Coyotes after Debrusk suffered an upper-body injury in the first game of the season.

Early in the second, DeBrusk was digging for the puck in the corner when Washinton defenseman Erik Gustafsson landed a … Keep Reading

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