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Bruins ink Jaxon Nelson to a One-Year, Entry-Level Contract

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

The Boston Bruins have made a splash in the NCAA free-agent market. Don Sweeney announced on Tuesday morning that Boston had signed Jaxon Nelson to a one-year, entry-level contract worth $870,000. Nelson–a product of the University of Minnesota–will report to the Providence Bruins on an amateur tryout basis.

The 6’4″, 220-pound power forward … Keep Reading

Riley Duran Signs Two-Year Entry-Level Contract With the Bruins

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

Another local kid is primed to rep the Black and Gold. On Sunday evening, general manager Don Sweeney announced that the Boston Bruins had signed Riley Duran to a two-year entry-level contract with a National Hockey League cap hit of $867,500.

Duran won’t have to go far. Finishing up his junior campaign at … Keep Reading

Bruins Prospect Riley Duran Posts Four-Point Weekend For NCAA Providence

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By: Jason Cooke | Follow me on Twitter / X @cookejournalism

Boston Bruins prospect Riley Duran had his name written all over the Providence Friars’ weekend sweep of The University of Massachusetts Lowell. Duran notched a goal and an assist in each contest of the home-and-home series, improving his season stat line to 7-5-12 in 23 games. The junior forward and Woburn, Massachusetts native, … Keep Reading

Ranking the Boston Bruins’ Top 20 Prospects: #11-20

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By: Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis and Linktree

With 2024 finally upon us, I thought it would be a good idea to update Bruins fans everywhere on how their team’s prospects have faired across the first half(ish) of this season. In two separate articles, I’ll count down the top 20 prospects in the Boston Bruins system. Here are numbers 11-20:

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Counting Down the Top-Ten Bruins Prospects: #8 Riley Duran

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By: Tom Calautti | Follow me on Twitter @TCalauttis and Linktree

Some people may see the passing of another summer week as bad, but at Black N’ Gold Productions, we see it as a beautiful opportunity to release the next entry on our Top-Ten Bruins Prospects countdown. So without further adieu, Riley Duran is the number eight prospect in the Boston Bruins system.

Like fellow … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Development Camp: Riley Duran

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By Chris Davis | Follow on Twitter @chrisjdavis11, @DropMittsHockey

Day two of the Boston Bruins development camp was another great day, and the
prospects showed great intangibles and skill. With most of the practice emphasizing net-front battles and two-on-one situations, we learned a lot about this young group, and multiple players stood out.

Riley Duran was one prospect in particular that was significantly … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Release 2022 Development Camp Roster

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By: Mark Allred | Follow me on Twitter @BlackAndGold277

The National Hockey League Boston Bruins announced today that the organization had released its 15th annual roster for the team’s development camp at the Warrior Ice Arena in Brighton, Massachusetts. This yearly development camp from the Warrior is open to the public and is scheduled to start tomorrow morning and go through the week until Friday, … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Prospect Ratings

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By: Dominic Tiano | Follow me on Twitter @dominictiano

I’ll begin by saying this is not a ranking – that will come at a later date – but rather a rating on the player’s performance from the 2021-2022 season. The players on this rating are: either drafted or free agent signings of the Bruins, played outside the NHL or AHL, and the Bruins must hold … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Prospect Update Week Ending: March 13, 2022

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By: Dominic Tiano | Follow me on Twitter @dominictiano

Peter Cehlarik and his number 5 seed Avangard Omsk eliminated number 4 seed Ak Bars in 6 games in the KHL Playoffs. Cehlarik had four helpers in what was actually a close series, with three of the games going into overtime. Avangard will now take on top seed Metallurg MG in the Eastern Conference Quarter-Finals beginning … Keep Reading

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