Could Bruins’ Tuukka Rask Win The Vezina Trophy Next Season?

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By: Brandon Flowers | Follow me on Twitter @BKFlowers1

With the 2020-2021 season status still up in the air, we have no idea when or if hockey will be back. We can only hope and be optimistic about having some good old hockey yet again. A new season comes with predictions and opinions about players and teams. With that being said,

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Top 20 Boston Bruins All-Stars – 2000-2020 – Part One

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By: Amy Tolman | Follow Me On Twitter @AMY7594

Although there are a TON of players that should be on this list, if we covered them all, we’d be here for the next ten years talking about them! I’ve tried to narrow down who I believe are the players that will forever be a Boston Bruins in our hearts. In this article, we’ll start with

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Is This The Year Tuukka Rask Breaks Free From Tim Thomas’ Shadow?

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By Jeremy Grabowski | Follow me on Twitter @JeremyBNGhockey

Ever since Tim Thomas’ miraculous playoff run back in 2011 that ended in the Bruins winning their first Stanley Cup in 39 years, the questions started being asked. How much longer does Thomas last? How much longer will he be effective? How much longer will he be with the Bruins? That answer finally came to

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Five Former Bruins I Wish Were Still Playing In Boston

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By Josh Houreas|Follow me on Twitter @JHoureas

Disclaimer: This article is strictly my opinion and everyone is entitled to put their own players here, or the same ones listed below just in a different order.

When the Boston Bruins lose a player to trade or free agency, it can be tough on the fans who showed such player what it meant to dress for the six-time Stanley

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Aaron Rome’s Hit on Bruins’ Nathan Horton Changed the 2011 Finals

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

June 1st, 2020 marked the ninth anniversary of Game One of the 2011 Stanley Cup Finals. The best-of-seven series put the Boston Bruins, a team looking to end a 39-year Stanley Cup drought, up against the Vancouver Canucks, the 2010-11 Presidents’ Trophy Champions looking for their first Cup win in franchise history. Before we dive into the Finals itself, we

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Should The Bruins Retire Tim Thomas’ Number?

By Joe Chrzanowski  |  Follow Me on Twitter @jchrz19

Whenever hockey fans get together to discuss whether a certain player’s number should be retired, the conversation is bound to get hot and heavy. When that player happens to be a goaltender, the discussion seems to be even more heated than it normally is for some reason? I’m not sure whether it is as simple as because goalies wear such a

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Bruins’ Rask, Halak Awarded Jennings Trophy For 2019-20 Season

By: Patrick Donnelly | Follow me on Twitter @PatDonn12

Boston Bruins goaltenders Tuukka Rask and Jaroslav Halak have officially been named the recipients of the William M. Jennings Trophy for the 2019-20 season, annually awarded to the goaltenders on the team with the fewest goals allowed during the regular season. Rask and Halak become the third duo in franchise history to earn the Jennings Trophy, joining Tim Thomas and Manny

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Boston Bruins Tuukka Rask’s Time To Shine

By: Maria From Watertown  |  Follow Me On Twitter @mariaofh2otown

The NHL and the PA have presumably agreed to move forward with completing the 2019-2020 so that a 2020 Stanley Cup Champion can be crowned.  Obviously, a good number of logistics will need to be worked out, but the vote by the NHLPA is a significant step in the right direction.  For the Boston Bruins, the motivation should be fierce

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Bruins vs Canadiens: The Definition Of The Word Rivalry.

By: Josh Houreas  |  Follow Me On Twitter @JHoureas

The Montreal Canadiens are one of, if not the oldest hockey team in the National Hockey League. The Boston Bruins are the pioneer American Franchise in the League.

On December 8th, 1924, a rivalry, unlike any other, was born.

And it would change the course of hockey history forever.

Part I: The Beginning 

Montreal won the first meeting between the two

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