By Andrew Bluestein | Follow me on Twitter @adbblue
In the first edition of “Productive Bruins Players You Probably Forgot About,” three forwards were featured. Part II features a goaltender from the 1980s, a defenseman from the early 2000s, and an absolute juggernaut of a player still in the league this past season.
As the Boston Bruin’s 100th season approaches, it’s … Keep Reading
It’s not a secret that Boston forward Craig Smith is on the trade block. According to CapFriendly, Boston is approximately $2.2 million over the salary cap with 24 roster players. Moving Craig Smith and his $3.1 million cap hit gives the Bruins just under 900k in cap room. That’s not a … Keep Reading
With 17 games left before the playoffs, the Bruins skated into Toronto and looked to end a two-game skid. Boston was sitting around the top of the Eastern Conference, while Toronto was scraping at a Wild Card spot. Bruins forward Daniel Paille would miss his second straight game because of an upper-body injury. Due to a lower-body … Keep Reading
Three weeks out from the NHL trading deadline, there are a lot of decisions facing GM Don Sweeney. There are players available that would improve the team, but Sweeney needs to weigh the need to improve this year’s roster against the organization’s needs going forward. Many of the short-term needs are … Keep Reading
On September 18, 2009, the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs shook the hockey world with a blockbuster trade that would go on to have a massive impact on the future of both franchises. Phil Kessel, after scoring 36 goals in the 2008-09 campaign, packed his bags in Boston and was shipped up to Toronto in … Keep Reading
By Matthew Cahill | Follow Me On Twitter @MWCahill5
For the better part of the last ten years, David Krejci has been one of the best playoff performers for the Boston Bruins and certainly the best during specific stretches. In the Bruins five first-round games against the Capitals, Krejci tallied two assists, giving him 117 career points in the NHL Playoffs. Krejci has recorded his … Keep Reading
For the second season in a row, Kevan Miller has been nominated for the 2021 Bill Masterton Trophy, as selected by the Professional Hockey Writer’s Association (PHWA). Every year, each team has a player nominated for the Bill Masterton Trophy, which is awarded “to the player who best exemplifies the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship, … Keep Reading
Ten years ago, Boston was treated to witnessing the Boston Bruins win their 6th Stanley Cup. A Stanley Cup that broke a 39-year cold spell for Boston and uplifted the spirits of all Bruins fans. Today we look back on February 15th, 2011. A game that took place in Boston against divisional rival Toronto Maple Leafs. … Keep Reading
TSN Senior Hockey Reporter Frank Seravalli released another edition of his TSN Trade Bait Lists yesterday. The main thing that caught my eye on that list was the presence of four former Bruins – Phil Kessel (no. 6), Ryan Donato (no. 11), Johnny Boychuk (no. 13), Dougie Hamilton (no. 30). It got me thinking, what are … Keep Reading
Two years ago, the Bruins organization was at a crossroads. During the 2016 season, longtime head coach Claude Julien was let go mid-season. At the time, the Bruins had a record of 26-23-6. They were not adapting to a changing league and not making much traction in the standings. They were a defensive, hard- … Keep Reading
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