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Which Bruins Prospects Could Impress at Training Camp?

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

The Boston Bruins season is almost here. The prospect challenge has come and gone, preseason officially starts on Saturday, and the official training camp roster has been announced. However, a few spots are still open on the opening day lineup due to injuries. While veteran players could fill those spots, I’ve been getting … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins All-2010s Team

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By: Nathan Anderson | Follow me on Twitter @nathandrsn

I had a lot of fun looking at the 2000s and building the best Bruins team of the decade, so let’s do it again, but this time for the 2010s. For this article, the 2010s will be the season starting with 2010-2011 and ending with 2019-2020. This list is a little bit … Keep Reading

Boston Bruins: What’s old is new again.

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By: James Swindells | Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

The dismissal of Bruce Cassidy after six years in the head coach’s role was met with disappointment from fans and seemed to be an omen that things were not entirely what they seemed to be inside the Bruins’ locker room. With that in mind, on July 1, Jim Montgomery was brought onboard and introduced … Keep Reading

Orr is the Best Defenseman in Bruins’ History. So who Rounds out the Rest?

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By: Gayle Troiani | Follow me on Twitter @LadyBruinsFan

The Bruins have been fortunate with the talent on the blue line throughout the years.

There is no denying that Bobby Orr is not only the best defenseman in Bruins history but in the history of the National Hockey League as well. You can … Keep Reading

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

Providence Bruins Players That Could Make The NHL Next Season

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By: Ryan Duffy | Follow Me On Twitter @Rduffy26

As the Bruins’ season came to a close just over a couple of weeks ago, Boston’s management will have a busy offseason retooling and replenishing the Bruins’ roster and draft assets. As every season comes and goes, every team makes these roster adjustments to improve. In the Bruins’ case, they will be looking … Keep Reading

Jake Debrusk Celebrates 25th Birthday: Ranking his Top 5 Games as a Bruin

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By: Jeff Playdon | Follow me on Twitter @PlaydonJeff

Today, Jake Debrusk will be celebrating his 25th birthday. The left-winger has already played four seasons in Boston and looks to provide the Black and Gold with more spectacular moments in the future. In four seasons, Debrusk has already scored 67 goals to go along with 67 assists for 134 points. With the … Keep Reading

Faith, Charity, and Community: Former Bruin David Backes

Bruins Notes: David Backes Plays Big Role In Return To Lineup Vs. Canadiens  - NESN.com
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By: Liz Rizzo | Follow me on Twitter @ pastagrl88

The St Louis Blues signed their former Captain and former Boston Bruins David Backes to a one-day contract so that he could officially retire as a Blue. Backes penned a heartfelt message to his fans as he thanked everyone that has influenced and helped his long career that spanned 15 years in the NHL. … Keep Reading

Which Bruins Defenseman Needs To Step Up With Carlo Injured?

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By: Brandon Flowers | Follow me on Twitter @BKFlowers1

The season so far for the Bruins has been relatively good, barring a few weak spots. There are a few things that can be attributed to the weak points during the season. The Bruins have not faired well against two teams this season, the New Jersey Devils and New York Islanders. For whatever reason, the Bruins haven’t … Keep Reading

Carlo’s Slow Start Indicative of Krug and Chara’s Departure From Bruins

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By: Craig Eagles | Follow Me On Twitter @Eags37

Zdeno Chara and Torey Krug’s departure were bound to leave a gaping hole in the Bruins organization and defensive corps. Their departure might seem like old news right now given how well B’s young backend has played, but it’s apparent that it has had a considerable impact on Brandon Carlo. 

Obviously, Carlo’s slow start to the … Keep Reading

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