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Boston Bruins vs Arizona Coyotes (10/15/22) Pregame Preview

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By: Theo Lander | Follow me on Twitter @lander_theo

The Boston Bruins will look to defend home ice for the first time this season when they take on the Arizona Coyotes tonight at TD Garden.

The Bruins are fresh from a thrilling 5-2 victory over the Washington Capitals in D.C. Patrice Bergeron picked up right where he left off from his previous campaign by getting … Keep Reading

Erik Haula’s Impact on the Bruins

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter! @zcarlone21

During the offseason, Bruins general manager Don Sweeney signed a handful of players to help the team have a successful run towards a championship this upcoming season. One of the players Sweeney brought to Boston was former Nashville Predators forward Erik Haula. The 30-year-old signed a two-year, $4.75 million contract with the … Keep Reading

2021-22 Atlantic Division and Bruins Preview

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow me out on Twitter @Rduffy26

The 2020-21 NHL season was a unique experience that caused the league to adjust the scheduling and divisions due to the pandemic. The changes resulted in a 56-game regular-season schedule and placed the Boston Bruins in the MassMutual East Division with seven other NHL teams. These changes were temporary … Keep Reading

Uncertainty Surrounding the Bruins Second Line

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow me on Twitter @Rduffy26

With the Bruins making plenty of acquisitions during the free-agent frenzy on July 28th, the bottom six forwards for the Bruins have been rearranged with size and skill by adding players like Tomas Nosek, Nick Foligno, and Erik Haula. Not only did the Bruins make new additions to their forward group, but they also, … Keep Reading

Mark Your 2021-2022 Bruins Calendar Part III: November Variety

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By: Evan Michael | Follow me on Twitter @00EvanMichael

The Boston Bruins hope to bounce back this Fall with some energetic and exciting hockey after being bounced in the second round of the playoffs this Spring.

And throughout much of November, the B’s will be bouncing all over the Northeast and Canada getting it done against almost every Original Six team and every Canadian team.

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Bruins Make Sudden Changes With Players Needing Qualifying Offers

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By: Mark Allred | Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Last week Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney mentioned in his pre-2021 NHL Entry Draft press conference that the organization would extend qualifying offers to forwards Nick Ritchie, Ondrej Kase, and Zach Senyshyn. Today the Bruins organization announced that only one of the three mentioned last week did, in fact, … Keep Reading

Who Could the Seattle Kraken Pick from the Boston Bruins?

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter @zcarlone21

In preparation for a warm welcome of the Seattle Kraken in the 2021-22 NHL season, the team is amping up to select one player that was left unprotected from each NHL club ahead of the NHL Expansion Draft. The Vegas Golden Knights aren’t participating, as they had their expansion draft and inaugural season in 2017 … Keep Reading

Bruins Release Protected List for Expansion Draft

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By Spencer Lindsay | Follow me on Twitter @dispencer88

The Boston Bruins released their list of protected players for the Expansion Draft this morning, and it looks exactly as most Bruins fans expected it would. The list can be found in the link in this tweet from the NHL Public Relations account.

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Possible Free Agent Options for Improving the Bruins Bottom-Six

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter! @zcarlone21

The Bruins roster as a whole throughout the majority of the regular season and the playoffs was top-heavy, meaning the top lines and pairs were star-studded and reliable. At the same time, the depth further down in the lineup was in their places with concerns of inconsistency. After a disappointment and under-achieving end to the … Keep Reading

Analyzing the Future of the Bruins Bottom-Six Forwards

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By: Zach Carlone | Follow me on Twitter! @zcarlone21

The outcome of the 2020-21 Bruins season could be described as bleak at best as the team underperformed against a defensively sound New York Islanders squad that’s made their second straight Eastern Conference Finals appearance. It would be unfair to point the blame to any one part of the team for their series loss, … Keep Reading

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