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Bruins Preseason Hits Halfway Mark: Are The Kids Alright?

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By: James Swindells / Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

The Bruins have reached the midway point of training camp at Warrior Ice Arena and their preseason schedule as head coach Jim Montgomery looks to finalize their opening night roster on October 12th versus the Washington Capitals.

As the week got underway, the Bruins hosted the New York Rangers at TD Garden on … Keep Reading

Mark Your 2022-2023 Bruins Calendar: Big Night for “Big Z!”

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

It’s going to be a big night for “Big Z” at the TD Garden this Fall when the Boston Bruins honor their former captain with a ceremonial puck drop.

The date to mark on your ’22-’23 Bruins calendar for the momentous Zdeno Chara occasion and celebration? Saturday, October 22!

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Previewing the Bruins Powerplay

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

By now, we are all well aware of the injury problems the Bruins face heading into the 2022/2023 season. The injuries will likely hinder the Bruins defensively and offensively, but one area I had not considered until recently is the power play. Unfortunately, the Bruins have become synonymous with a struggling power play, and … Keep Reading

Where Will Bruins’ Prospect Fabian Lysell Play During the 2022-23 Season

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

Since being drafted in the first round of the 2021 NHL Entry Draft, Bruins prospect Fabian Lyell has drawn much attention due to his high potential. Many scouts and analysts note Lysell as Boston’s top prospect with a high top-six ceiling. With his elite edges and blazing speed, Lysell hopefully will become … Keep Reading

Bruins Start Camp & Preseason While Searching For Roster Answers

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By: James Swindells / Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

We’ve made it! From the Bruins’ elimination at the hands of the Carolina Hurricanes in Game Seven to coronating the Colorado Avalanche as Stanley Cup champions and through the dog days of summer and our reward? The start of training camp and our first glimpse of hockey to fire up the 2022-’23 NHL season.

We know … Keep Reading

Despite Injuries, Bruins Cracked Super 16. Do They Belong There?

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

We all know how the 2021-22 NHL season ended for the Bruins. We all know what has happened following the Game 7 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes in the first round of the playoffs – Bruce Cassidy took the fall and lost his job, Jim Montgomery was named as his successor, Jake DeBrusk rescinded his … Keep Reading

Coming Attractions: Breakout Season Ahead For New Boston Bruins Forward Pavel Zacha

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By: James Swindells / Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

On June 13, 2022, Bruins’ General Manager Don Sweeney traded forward Erik Haula to the New Jersey Devils in exchange for Pavel Zacha. A glance at Zacha shows Sweeney dealt for a player that has not lived up to the lofty expectations of a former sixth overall draft selection in 2015. The Bruins gained a … Keep Reading

Pastrnak Focused on Helping the Bruins Win

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

While Bruins fans have been waiting for news regarding a contract extension for David Pastrnak, the winger arrived in Boston ready to work, not worrying about his contract.

“Honestly, I know there has been contact between [Don Sweeney] and my agent,” Pastrnak said. “But, you know for me, I always said, I … Keep Reading

Comics Come Home: Boston Bruins Charitable News

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By: Liz Rizzo | Follow me on Twitter @pastagrl88

Since 1995 the City of Boston has been home to the country’s longest-running comedy fundraiser in the United States-Comics Come Home. Funds that have been raised over the years go to the Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care which provides support for patients and their families who are undergoing cancer treatment in Boston-area hospitals.… Keep Reading

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