Welcome to your monthly Bruins Stats Corner stats tracker round-up. Each month I will update this post so we can track how well this centennial team is fairing. I have chosen some of my favorite stats to track: Defensive Points Share (DPS), Faceoff Wins Percentage (FOW%), Time on Ice (TOI), and Individual … Keep Reading
By Andrew Bluestein | Follow me on X (Formerly Twitter) @adbblue
For three straight games, the Boston Bruins have been missing three of their regular defensemen. Matt Grzelcyk was moved to LTIR, Derek Forbort is day-to-day, and Charlie McAvoy was suspended for four games. Due to the situation, Boston called up Ian Mitchell, Parker Wotherspoon, and Mason Lohrei from AHL Providence last week.… Keep Reading
By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue
The Boston Bruins fell 5-4 to the Washington Capitals at TD Garden in preseason game number five Tuesday night after an up-and-down hockey game. There were definitely a lot more good things than Monday night in Phileplophia, but there are still many things that need to be cleaned up.
The Boston Bruins, one of the National Hockey League’s most storied franchises, are currently facing a familiar challenge – managing their salary cap. With restricted free agents Trent Frederic and Jeremy Swayman done with the arbitration periods and signed, per PuckPedia.com, the Bruins have 22 of 23 players locked up … Keep Reading
Over the weekend, the Boston Bruins brought home another former Boston University (BU) prospect, signing Kevin Shattenkirk to a one-year deal. According to statistics from Hockey-Reference.com, 91 former BU Alumni have advanced to the NHL, with 24 playing with the Bruins.
As of 2023, no former Terriers’ players have earned enshrinement into the Hockey Hall of … Keep Reading
With day one of the Boston Bruins development camp wrapping up yesterday, the Bruin’s most anticipated prospect took the ice for the first morning session. Defenseman Mason Lohrei looked poised and ready to compete for a spot on the upcoming 2023-24 Bruins team. Lohrei spent significant time working on his edge work and gap control … Keep Reading
There are numerous decisions that Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney needs to make as the 2023 off-season continues. The National Hockey League Entry Draft is over a week away, and free agency to start the month of July, but the organization has a list of restricted free agents and unrestricted free agents to … Keep Reading
Recently, an excerpt from a report about the Bruins’ offseason by Fluto Shinzawa was shared on Twitter. This tweet from @Bruins_stats highlighted a crucial sentence that revealed that an anonymous teammate feels that both Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci will retire this offseason. Because both players signed one-season deals and are set to … Keep Reading
Don Sweeney has plenty of work to do this offseason. Putting the disappointing first-round exit in the rearview, the next chapter of Boston Bruins hockey is now open. There are vital decisions to make that will shape this roster for next year and beyond.
However, the salary cap situation is tight. Sweeney will need … Keep Reading
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