By Andrew Bluestein | Follow Me On Twitter @adbblue
With training camp underway and puck-drop to start the season being right around the corner, many questions linger about the expectations of the 2023-24 Boston Bruins. After coming off the greatest regular season a team has had in NHL history, things will undoubtedly look a lot different this year.
In addition to bringing on some veteran players, Don Sweeney decided to invest in some youth already in the NHL circuit. Sweeney signed 25-year-old Morgan Geekie to a two-year, $2 million contract. While there are plenty of prospects developing in Providence, it’s likely that Geekie will do everything he can to keep his … Keep Reading
Hindsight is 20/20 and I think it’s safe to say that Don Sweeny was specifically looking to add veterans to the lineup as a way to transition the Boston Bruins from their most recent golden age (2006-2025) into the next. I’ll get into why I think the current golden age … Keep Reading
The 2022-23 NHL season is in the rearview mirror. As historic and magical as last season was, it is time to focus on the new season. The Boston Bruins have undergone a slew of changes and have new faces on the team that are eager to get started. It will be time to hit the ice and … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins announced today that the organization and restricted free agent defenseman Ian Mitchell have agreed on a one-year, one-way contract worth a reported $775,000. Mitchell and the Bruins avoid the arbitration hearing set for July 26th to settle his next pro contract.
The 5′-11″ 175-pound 24-year-old Alberta, Canada native was … Keep Reading
The Boston Bruins have been a bit busy as they prepare for the upcoming 2023-24 season. Amidst the multiple signings with one involving a familiar face coming back into the throes of the Black and Gold, it’ll be interesting to see the impact these moves will have this coming October.
The big trade by Boston Bruins General Manager Don Sweeney was unloading veteran forward Taylor Hall. While the return was not the flashiest, gaining the necessary salary cap space was the goal in mind. Along went Nick Foligno, and in return came two prospects with their RFA rights.
Tonight’s NHL Awards in Nashville will be a bit awkward as the Boston Bruins will most likely run away with many awards, yet were unable to capture the biggest prize of them all: the Stanley Cup. Another continued issue nagging the teams’ front office is the discussion of netminder Linus Ullmark’s future with the team.
It is a summer of critical decisions. While Don Sweeney awaits the decisions on Patrice Bergeron and David Krejci, there is still work to be done. The money is limited, and there are crucial contracts. Not only internally, but every deadline acquisition is a pending free agent.
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