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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, … Keep Reading

Bruins Alumni: Happy Birthday Joonas Kemppainen

By: Lucas Pearson  |  Follow Me On Twitter @LucasPearson_

Happy 32nd Birthday To Former Boston Bruins Forward Joonas Kemppainen!

Kemppainen was born on April 7th, 1988, in Kajaani, Finland and wasn’t drafted to the NHL. The 225-pound center spent his entire hockey career in Finland until coming to the Bruins in 2015. Kemppainen made his way through the Finnish junior leagues, totaling 74 points in 115 games in the Jr. … Keep Reading

Potential Bruins Trade Target: Tyler Toffoli

By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19
The season is more than a third over and the infamous “United States Thanksgiving” measuring stick has passed with Boston securely in a playoff spot. Despite the B’s great start, there is always room for improvement.
With that sentiment in mind, this is the first in a series of articles that will look at some possible trade targets for the Bruins … Keep Reading

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 … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins, Sean Kuraly Agree To Three-Year Deal

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

The Boston Bruins have announced today, July 3rd, that restricted free agent Sean Kuraly to a three-year contract worth $1.275 million per season.

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Boston Bruins Roster Breakdown: Part 3

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By: Chris Nosek | Follow Me On Twitter: @cnosek6342

Now that we have examined nine of the Bruins starting twelve forwards, it’s time to examine the line that experienced the most changes during this past season. Before we get into how the line was set up at the end of the season, we first need to look at the piece it lost during the season.… Keep Reading

Should The Bruins Re-sign Rick Nash?

By: Lucas Salvatore | Check me out on Twitter @lsalvatore29

Rick Nash has been a welcomed addition to the Boston Bruins since arriving in late February but with plenty of young talent on the rise will the Bruins retain the power forward?

Nash was the most significant acquisition for the Bruins this trade deadline the deal was as follows.

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BREAKING: Bruins Acquire Rick Nash From Rangers

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By: Lauren Campbell | Follow on Twitter: @lalalalaurrrren

Ahead of Monday’s NHL trade deadline, the Boston Bruins completed a blockbuster deal to acquire six-time All-Star forward Rick Nash from the New York Rangers.

In exchange for Nash, New York will get forwards Matt Beleskey and Ryan Spooner, defenseman Ryan Lindgren, a first-round 2018 draft pick and a seventh-round 2019 draft pick.

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An Early Look at 2018 Free-Agency, And Who Could Be The Next Bruin


By Thomas Nyström | Follow on twitter @nahstrom

The front office of the Boston Bruins has shown that they have a strong grasp on the idea that the success of the franchise hinges on drafting and developing talent, retaining character individuals, and inserting capable veterans that fit their idea of roster needs with regards to maximizing roles. Part of that last bit comes with shrewd and thoughtful spending … Keep Reading

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