Bruins Report Cards: Boston Nears Playoff Berth After Buffalo Bump

(Photo by Steve Babineau/NHLI via Getty Images)

By Leon Lifschutz | Follow me @BruinsBreakdown

The Bruins concluded their season series against the Sabres with an emphatic win. After struggling through a horrid stretch mid-season, racking up points against lowly Buffalo was exactly what was needed to catch up to all the teams who were doing exactly that while Boston swooned. With the most recent win, number seven of eight against

Read More

Early Predictions For The Bruins First 5 Games

By: Chris Greene  |  Follow me on Twitter @cgreenesports

If you’re like me — obsessing over the 2018-19 schedule as a result of severe hockey withdrawal — then you’ll know that the NHL season is finally on the horizon. The Bruins poor start to last season has been well documented. Fortunately, they eventually found their groove and had a great campaign, finishing second in the Atlantic Division. What can we

Read More

Big Expectations For Bruins Forward Donato In 2018-19

(03/19/2018- Boston, MA) Boston Bruins center Ryan Donato reacts after scoring his first career goal in his first career game against the Columbus Blue Jackets at TD Garden on Monday, March 19, 2018. Staff Photo by Matt West(Photo Credit – Matt West)

By Mike Cratty | Follow me on Twitter @Mike_Cratty

Last season was a busy one for Ryan Donato that ended up entailing his final year at Harvard University, and his first stints as a USA Olympian and Boston Bruin. This time around, the 2018-2019 season holds the opportunity to go all-in as a member of the Bruins organization in his first full NHL season.


Read More

Boston Bruins 2018-19 Schedule Breakdown


Photo Credit: John Wilcox

By: Garrett Haydon | Follow me on Twitter @thesportsguy97

The Boston Bruins will get up close and personal with the Stanley Cup Champs as they will open the 2018-19 season in Washington to face the Capitals on October 3rd at 7:30 P.M. The Caps will hoist their first Stanley Cup banner in franchise history before puck drop. If that wasn’t enough the Bruins then will travel

Read More

Bruins: A Midseason Look At The 2018 NHL Draft

By: Spencer Fascetta                                                           Twitter: @PuckNerdHockey

The world of prospects is in full swing. With the World Juniors ending last week in Buffalo, and the World Under-18s taking place in the same timeframe, I felt it might be time to start talking about the next wave of NHL prospects, and how the Boston Bruins can continue to add to their already deep pool of youngsters. The B’s have 6 picks in

Read More