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Should the Bruins Acquire Vancouver Canucks Forward Bo Horvat?

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

It may not feel like it, but the NHL trade deadline is quickly approaching. While the Bruins continue to win games, including both legs of a back-to-back against the Rangers and Islanders, winning a Cup in June may still require reinforcements to the current roster. There have been some massive names floating around … Keep Reading

Why the Bruins Should Trade for Ducks Defenseman John Klingberg

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By: Cam Manning | Follow me on Twitter @Cam_Manning133

The Boston Bruins are coming off a sweep of the California series and sitting with the best record in the league. It is certainly hard to describe how good this team has been and where they can improve, but with the trade deadline less than two months away, it is … Keep Reading

Does a Bruins trade for Jakob Chychrun make sense?

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By: Pierce Brody | Follow me on Twitter @PierceBrody3

Jakob Chychrun has been a high price commodity on the trading block for well over a year. The 24-year-old Canadian has remained in Arizona despite being a top prize at the last trade deadline. The fee for his services still appears steep, with GMs griping about the price tag of two first-round … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: What’s old is new again.

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By: James Swindells | Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

The dismissal of Bruce Cassidy after six years in the head coach’s role was met with disappointment from fans and seemed to be an omen that things were not entirely what they seemed to be inside the Bruins’ locker room. With that in mind, on July 1, Jim Montgomery was brought onboard and introduced … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Release 2022 Development Camp Roster

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

The National Hockey League Boston Bruins announced today that the organization had released its 15th annual roster for the team’s development camp at the Warrior Ice Arena in Brighton, Massachusetts. This yearly development camp from the Warrior is open to the public and is scheduled to start tomorrow morning and go through the week until Friday, … Keep Reading

Status of Mason Lohrei and Fabian Lysell Entering the Bruins’ Development Camp

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

Beginning on Monday, July 11th, the Boston Bruins will be hosting their 15th annual Development Camp. The camp will be hosted in Brighton, MA, at Warrior Ice Arena and ends on Friday, July 15th. The Prospects attending the Bruins’ Development Camp will learn more about what it means to be Boston … Keep Reading

Looking at the Options the Bruins Have to Fill the Second Line Center

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

The 2022 offseason for the Boston Bruins has been a whirlwind of emotions with the firing of Bruce Cassidy in early June, the rumors surrounding Patrice Bergeron returning, and the multi-year contract extension of general manager Don Sweeney. While some offseason questions have been answered, many remain regarding the construction of the Bruins … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Prospect Ratings

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By: Dominic Tiano | Follow me on Twitter @dominictiano

I’ll begin by saying this is not a ranking – that will come at a later date – but rather a rating on the player’s performance from the 2021-2022 season. The players on this rating are: either drafted or free agent signings of the Bruins, played outside the NHL or AHL, and the Bruins must hold … Keep Reading

2022 Boston Bruins Off-Season Trade Market Primer

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By: Joe Travia | Follow me on Twitter @NHLJoeTravia

It’s safe to say that this will be a very interesting off-season for the Boston Bruins. After a disappointing first-round exit to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round, the Bruins need to reshape the roster a bit if they want to compete with the league’s best. With guys like Brad Marchand, David … Keep Reading

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