A Look Ahead: Boston Bruins 2021 Offseason

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By: Joey Partridge | Follow Me On Twitter @joey_partridge

The 2020 NHL offseason has been a wild one full of star talent changing their uniforms for new ones. Here in Bruins Nation, the offseason has been a wild journey with the Bruin’s signings, or lack thereof. Some fans remain frustrated with the Boston Bruins losing star talent such as Torey Krug,

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Philadelphia Freedom? Who Could The Boston Bruins Pursue In A Trade With The Flyers?

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By: Dan Anderson| Follow me on Twitter @DanAnderson5970

Historically the Boston Bruins and Philadelphia Flyers have had similar teams. Hard-nosed, physical, and aggressive, both franchises have fielded hockey clubs that match their east coast cities’ attitude. The Bruins and Flyers met in the 1974 Stanley Cup finals, which Philadelphia, led by ex-Bruin Bernie Parent, won four games to two. The Flyers became the first

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Might The Bruins And Ducks Make Another Trade?

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By: Dan Anderson | Follow Me On Twitter @DanAnderson5970

The Boston Bruins and Anaheim Ducks made two trades last season. The first occurred on February 21, 2020, and sent David Backes, Axel Andersson, and the Bruins’ first-round draft choice to Anaheim in exchange for Ondrej Kase. The Bruins also retained a portion of Backes’s salary. In this case, the first-round pick was

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Kyle Palmeri Is Still The Answer For The Bruins

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By: Jack Gotsell | Follow me on Twitter @jackgotsell

The Bruins are still in need of a top-six winger after the addition of Ondrej Kase did not quite go as planned. At the deadline, the Bruins kicked the tires on Kyle Palmeri and this offseason Boston will kick the tires again. Could Palmeri be a Bruin and would it make sense? 


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Strategies for Game Five: How The Bruins Can Come Out On Top

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By Carrie Young | Follow me on Twitter @carrieyoung512

The Bruins have found themselves in a 3-1 hole in their playoff series against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Digging themselves out of it will be a difficult process, but it certainly isn’t impossible for the President’s Trophy winners. Some of the most important things are to play confidently and for the players

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