How Trading Phil Kessel Could Still Help the Bruins Win Another Cup

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @dairybeast

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

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Hits and Misses: Grading All of Don Sweeney’s Boston Bruins Trades (Part Two)

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By Ray Guarino | Follow me on Twitter @rayguarino

 In the summer of 2015, Don Sweeney has been the General Manager of the Boston Bruins for just a little over two months, and he has already made four trades. There’s no sign of this trend slowing down as he tries to retool the Bruins and get them back into the playoffs. With that, we continue

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The Boston Bruins Core and How Much Time They Have Left

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By Jack Cinquegrana | Follow me on Twitter! @bruinsjc

Five Boston Bruins had remained in Boston since the 2010-2011 season when the Bruins took home the Stanley Cup. Patrice Bergeron, Zdeno Chara, David Krejci, Brad Marchand, and Tuukka Rask re-signed to stay with this strong group, to bring another Cup home.

That was nine years ago, and these five 30+-year-old veterans

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Boston Bruins: Worst Signings In Recent History

By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj

There are good signings and then there are bad signings. Often times, the final verdict that decides if a player’s new contract is either “good” or “bad” comes after an unsuccessful time with that new team. However, sometimes the length of the contract or the amount of money the player is making can be difficult to swallow due to the

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Former Bruins Enjoying Success With Golden Knights & Capitals

By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj

It has only been about twenty days since the Boston Bruins were eliminated in the Eastern Conference Semi-Finals to the Tampa Bay Lightning, but it already feels like forever since we saw the Bruins play an NHL game.

Since the loss to the Lightning, the Bruins have considered many decisions including who to re-sign, who to possibly trade, and who

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Former Boston Bruin Marc Savard Retires From Professional Hockey

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By: Mike Cratty                                        Twitter: @Mike_Cratty

Yesterday, via his Twitter account (@MSavvy91), former Boston Bruins forward Marc Savard announced his retirement from professional hockey at 40-years-old.

Thanking the numerous organizations that he played for, Savard wraps up a tremendous career that was unfortunately cut short due to concussion troubles. It was really a shame that Savard’s career had

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