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Happy 38th Birthday to Bruins’ Alumni David Krejci

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By: Steve McClure | Follow me on Twitter / X @stmcclure1993

Bruins fans have a birthday to celebrate today. Let’s wish a happy 38th birthday to Stanley Cup-winner David Krejci of the Boston Bruins!

A third-round draft pick in 2004, Krejci was a classic playmaking center during his tenure in Boston. His excellent vision on the ice made him a valued special-teams player throughout his career.… Keep Reading

Four Bruins Prospects Playing in the Canadian Hockey League Playoffs

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By: Tim Dumas | Follow me on Twitter @TimDumas

The playoffs have already started in major junior hockey, and four prospects within the Boston Bruins organization are three games into their postseason runs. Frederic Brunet, Ryan Mast, Brett Harrison, and Jackson Edward were all drafted by the Bruins in either 2021 or ‘22 and are playing for teams in Canada. 

Brunet, a … Keep Reading

What Does Brandon Carlo’s Bruins Future Look Like?

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By: Pierce Brody | Follow me on Twitter @PierceBrody3

Hockey is a rough sport at any level. Players across the National Hockey League have cemented their names in legend through their “rub some dirt on it” attitudes. A few recent examples are Patrice Bergeron playing in the Finals with a punctured lung and Gregory Campbell’s penalty kill on a broken fibula.… Keep Reading

Troiani: My Favorite Memory of Bruins Legend Zdeno Chara

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

Every Bruins fan has their favorite memory of legend Zdeno Chara. Whether it was watching the former captain raise the Stanley Cup in 2011, playing in game 5 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final with his jaw wired shut, or one of his thunderous hits against an opposing player there are plenty of moments to choose … Keep Reading

Bruins’ Merlot Line Can’t be Duplicated

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

Who doesn’t love a good merlot? It’s friendly, balanced, popular, and versatile. Fortunately for Bruins fans, we were spoiled by merlot for four years with the output, toughness, and passion of Gregory Campbell, Daniel Paille, and Shawn Thornton. But unfortunately, there hasn’t been another group of players to duplicate what that fourth line … Keep Reading

I Miss the ‘Big Bad Bruins’

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By: Theo Lander | Follow me on Twitter @lander_theo

The Boston Bruins are not the gang of rough-housers that they once were. The sport has evolved into a more skill-based game at the National Hockey League level. While this has made the game more fun to watch from a talent perspective, I feel we are missing some of the things that … Keep Reading

Celebrating Former Bruin Marc Savard

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

It was Saturday afternoon, May 1, 2010. Game one of the Eastern Conference Semifinals between the Boston Bruins and Philadephia Flyers was knotted at four at the end of regulation.

Someone was going to be the hero, and fans on both sides of the puck held their breath waiting for the game-winning goal, … Keep Reading

Potential Candidates for the Bruins’ Next Head Coach

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

With the Bruins’ recent firing of Bruce Cassidy, the attention now turns to Don Sweeney and Cam Neely, as they are tasked with replacing a coach who made the playoffs every year he was behind the bench and won a Presidents’ Trophy, Prince of Wales Trophy, and the Jack Adams Award. … Keep Reading

Hits and Misses: Grading All of Don Sweeney’s Boston Bruins Trades (Part Two)

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By Ray Guarino | Follow me on Twitter @rayguarino

 In the summer of 2015, Don Sweeney has been the General Manager of the Boston Bruins for just a little over two months, and he has already made four trades. There’s no sign of this trend slowing down as he tries to retool the Bruins and get them back into the playoffs. With that, we continue … Keep Reading

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