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Reflecting on the Bruins’ Bruce Cassidy Era

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By: Tom Heinlein | Follow me on Twitter @tomheinlein1

The Bruins firing of Bruce Cassidy earlier this week was a sobering moment. After five-plus seasons of success, including six playoff appearances, a game removed from a Stanley Cup, and the President’s Trophy, Mr. Cassidy left an indelible footprint on one of the Bruins’ most successful stretches in history. He will be missed.

The firing … Keep Reading

Bruins’ Acciari Looking To Build On Strong 2017-18 Campaign

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Written By: Jamie Gatlin   |    Follow Me On Twitter: @JamieGatlin1217

Last season Noel Acciari established himself as a solid fourth-line contributor. He appeared in a career-high 60 games and helped solidified the Bruins’ fourth line. He had a career-high 11 points including 10 goals, more than doubling his previous career high of 2. Acciari was a key contributor to the team’s fourth line, which was unexpectedly … Keep Reading

Can The Bruins Fourth Line Repeat Last Year’s Success?

Written By: Jamie Gatlin   |   Follow Me On Twitter: @JamieGatlin1217

Last season the Bruins’ fourth line was one of the most productive in recent memory. They drew comparisons to the Bruins’ fourth line in 2011, which was key in their Stanley Cup run. This offseason, the Bruins lost Tim Schaller in free agency as he signed with Vancouver. He was one of the key contributors on the team’s last line. … Keep Reading

B’s Dip Into Hurricanes’ Depth Again, Sign Nordstrom to 2 Year Deal.

By: Spencer Fascetta | Follow Me on Twitter @PuckNerdHockey

Remember when the Bruins took a chance on some guy from Carolina 2 years ago in free agency, and he turned into a 3rd Line Center of every B’s fan’s dreams? Joakim Nordstrom may not be Riley Nash, but apparently, the Bruins are comfortable using the Hurricanes’ bottom half of the roster as their depth farm system. The Bruins signed Nordstrom, … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: Will The B’s Keep Tim Schaller


By: Andrew Thompson                                                                        Twitter: @godwentwhoops


The Boston Bruins have had a thing about local players these last few years. Unfortunately for the B’s, that hasn’t really worked out for them. The Bruins kept looking for that local, gritty winger but ended up getting disappointed in players like Jimmy Hayes and Frank Vatrano.

The Bruins did seem to have better luck with New Hampshire native Tim Schaller though. Schaller … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: The Worker B’s Have They Finally Found Some New Merlot?


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

Have the Boston Bruins finally found a new consistent fourth line?

Since the separation of the legendary “Merlot Line” which included Daniel Paille, Gregory Campbell, and Shawn Thornton the Bruins have never really had another dominant fourth line, that was until this season when a new line was formed.

Sean Kuraly, Tim Schaller, and Noel Acciari have formed an … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Post Game Recap: Game 81


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By KG | Follow on Twitter @kgbngblog | FanCred at K G


After a deep playoff run last spring, the Ottawa Senators are looking towards the draft lottery after a disappointing season, while Boston has its sights set on the next few weeks. The depleted Ottawa defense … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins Post Game Recap: Game 76: 3/29/18: Tampa Bay at Boston

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By Mike Cratty | Follow me on Twitter @Mike_Cratty

Home: Boston Bruins: 47-17-11, 105 points, second in the Atlantic Division

Away: Tampa Bay Lightning: 51-21-4, 106 points, first in the Atlantic Division

Boston’s Lineup




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First Period

The first … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: Defining Resilience


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By: Anastasia Zolides | Follow on Twitter @azolides

Resilience. Described by Merriam-Webster as the ability to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change. History has had its share of resilient feats, and the 2017-2018 Bruins team is one in the making.

It’s safe to say that the Boston Bruins are no strangers of misfortune or change. By the end of … Keep Reading

Bruins Week That Was: B’s Pass A Huge Road Test Despite Numerous Trials

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By Thomas Nyström | Follow on twitter @nahstrom

In my ongoing series of columns surrounding the remaining Bruins regular season and expectations, today I’m going to dive into their most recent stretch of road games. As stated in the previous installment, this past week was a sizable test for the banged-up B’s as they traveled to St. Louis, Dallas, Minnesota, and Winnipeg. All of … Keep Reading

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