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

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By Ray Guarino | Follow me on Twitter @rayguarino

As the Boston Bruins approach the 2018 trade deadline, they are steamrolling through the league. After a lackluster beginning of the season, they went 18-3-4 in December and January, including 18 straight games without a regulation loss. On February 1st, 2020, they are 30-11-8, good for 66 points. That puts them second in the Atlantic Division,

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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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My Boston Bruins Wish List

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By Maria of Watertown | Follow me on Twitter: @mariaofh2otown

The National Hockey League free agency period begins on October 9th at 12PM and much like the trade deadline date, this period of time gives hockey fans a little tingle down their spine with the hope and anticipation that their team will make a “big splash”.  We would like nothing

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The Boston Bruins and Rick Nash: What Could’ve Been

By Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12

Earlier today, former Bruin Rick Nash announced his official retirement from the NHL.

You can find Garrett Haydon’s article breaking down the news here.

For context, Nash’s early retirement comes as a result of

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Former Bruin Rick Nash Retires At 34

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By: Garrett Haydon | Follow Me On Twitter @thesportsguy97

Rick Nash announced his retirement from the NHL this morning at the age of 34 after 15 seasons in the league. Nash was traded to the Bruins last February in exchange for Ryan Spooner, Matt Beleskey, prospect Ryan Lindgren and two draft picks including the B’s first round selection in last year’s draft. Nash

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Boston Bruins: Sweeney Staying The Course

By: Drew Johnson   |    Follow Me On Twitter: @doobshmoob

The Boston Bruins created quite the buzz this offseason. It started with reports indicating that General Manager Don Sweeney was looking to make a big addition. The Bruins were in the running to sign both Ilya Kovalchuk and John Tavares. Even though they went down swinging, it indicated that Boston was willing to pull the trigger on a potential home

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Boston Bruins: John Tavares Signing Should Be Avoided

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

As the NHL Offseason passes the NHL Entry Draft, the rumors of free agent signings arise left, right, and center, but often the names of those players do not peak the interest of many fans. However, during the 2018 NHL Offseason, some big names become unrestricted free agents on July 1st.

Forward Ilya Kovalchuk was the main player in the

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Ilya Kovalchuk: A Bad Idea For The Boston Bruins

By: Andrew Thompson                                                             Twitter:    @Godwentwhoops

Free agent Ilya Kovalchuk is back on the market, and he’s interested in coming back to the NHL. Naturally, Boston area organizations jumped on the story and began spinning and weaving the idea that the 35-year old Russian player would want to wear the ‘spoked B’ and play for the Boston Bruins.

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Dissecting The Possibility Of Ilya Kovalchuk Signing In Boston

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By Mike Cratty | Follow me on Twitter @Mike_Cratty

Time has passed since his retirement from the NHL in 2013, but Ilya Kovalchuk wants to return to the NHL for another go. Most recently, he has visited with the Los Angeles Kings and the San Jose Sharks in pursuit of said return. With some cap maneuvering and good contemplation, Kovalchuk could be a fit in Boston.

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Boston Bruins Roster Analysis: Part 2

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By: Chris Nosek | Follow me on Twitter: @cnosek6342

When constructing the roster for the 2018-2019 Boston Bruins, there many factors that Don Sweeney and his team will need to examine. We have already looked at the simplicity that is leaving alone the Marchand, Bergeron, Pastrnak line; so let’s continue to take a look at two more of the Bruins lines from this past season.

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