Should the Boston Bruins Pull A Wild Trade?

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by Matt Barry | Follow me on Twitter @oobcards

After a less than eventful free agency period for the Boston Bruins, there is still time in this offseason to explore trades that may work to fill some holes and provide much needed veteran depth. Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney has said that there will not be any major free

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Former Bruin Marc Savard Hired As Assistant Coach For Blues

By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97
It was reported this afternoon that the St. Louis Blues had hired former All-Star Marc Savard to their coaching staff. Savard appeared in 807 career regular season games, including 304 with the Bruins. Savard amassed 706 points during his career, posting 207 goals and 499 assists. Savard announced his retirement in January of 2018, seven years after his final NHL game

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Bruins Marchand Continues Dominant Season With ‘Devilish’ Game vs. Devils

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

Brad Marchand has been with the Bruins organization since the 2009-2010 season, following being drafted 71st overall (3rd round) in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. In that time, Marchand has not always been the point-producing scorer that we happen to know him as today.

Marchand started his career in the National Hockey League with only one point in twenty games

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Can You Count From 1-99 Using Just Bruins Players Throughout History?

By: Spencer Fascetta | Follow Me on Twitter @PuckNerdHockey

Short answer? No. Not tremendously surprising, but still, you can get pretty close. I have highlighted the best player to wear each number throughout the team’s history below. Please note that this is a matter of personal opinion, and I took into account a player’s entire career when determining the best player to wear the number. There are a few numbers

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Former Boston Bruin Marc Savard Retires From Professional Hockey

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By: Mike Cratty                                        Twitter: @Mike_Cratty

Yesterday, via his Twitter account (@MSavvy91), former Boston Bruins forward Marc Savard announced his retirement from professional hockey at 40-years-old.

Thanking the numerous organizations that he played for, Savard wraps up a tremendous career that was unfortunately cut short due to concussion troubles. It was really a shame that Savard’s career had

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What’s Next For Former Boston Bruin Marc Savard

 

By: Andrew Thompson                                                               Twitter: @Godwentwhoops

 

Last Tuesday was a big day in Boston Bruins news. B’s defenceman Charlie McAvoy underwent a procedure to correct an irregular heartbeat. While this was big news, something nearly flew under the radar. Former Boston Bruins forward Marc Savard officially hung up the skates after a 13 season, 807 game career.

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Bruins Time Machine

After winning the Stanley Cup in 2011, the Bruins were granted a waiver by the NHL allowing center Marc Savard to have his name engraved on the Cup despite not meeting one of the league’s standard requirements – having played 41 games with the club or playing in at least one game of the Finals.

When local oldtimers have the rare opportunity to view the Stanley Cup, their attention is

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