Trent Frederic Deserves a Chance in Boston

By: Tim A Richardson | Follow Me On Twitter @TimARichardson

The Boston Bruins may have a lot of young faces on their roster in 2020-2021. An influx of young talent can be exciting for not only the team but the fanbase as well. One guy I believe should on the roster to start the season is Trent Frederic. The young forward came to the Boston organization after being drafted in

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How The Bruins’ Previous Draft Years Affected Their Current Outlook

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By: Michael DiGiorgio | Follow Me on Twitter: @BostonDiGiorgio

The Boston Bruins are currently taking their sweet time in signing free agents, which many have speculated that the Jacobs family set an internal cap for General Manager Don Sweeney. The Bruins have seen their Eastern Conference rivals sign highly-touted free agents and increase their chances of winning. The Bruins have stood pat for most of the free

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Providence Bruins 2020/21 Roster Predictions – Part #1 The Forwards

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By: Mark Allred | Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

In part one of my American Hockey League Providence Bruins 2020/21 roster predictions, I’ll provide an opinion of what an upcoming regular season lineup could look like in a Head Coach Jay Leach system. I’m keeping in mind that the offseason has yet to be determined. Not knowing what’s to happen in free

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Bruins’ Top 5 Underrated Draft Picks Of The Decade

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By: Andrew Lindroth | Follow me on Twitter @andrewlindrothh

Every year, one of the most significant events in the National Hockey League occurs; the Entry Level Draft. Draft picks play an incredibly important role in a General Manager’s Strategy to improve his hockey team. Some picks carry high expectations from the start, and others become well over-looked. The Boston Bruins are well known

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Who Could Get The Call From Providence When Playoffs Begin?

Frederic Looking to Seize Opportunity
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By: Lucas Pearson  |  Follow Me On Twitter @LucasPearson_

It’s all but confirmed that we will be getting playoff hockey in the summer. But with this massive break between action, there is certain to be plenty of rust for this Bruins squad. With the season entering sink or swim mode, the Bruins don’t have the luxury to let everyday starters get out of their funk. Coach Bruce

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Boston Bruins Prospect Season Review: Trent Frederic

By: Tim A. Richardson | Follow Me On Twitter @TimARichardson

Trent Frederic came into the season with some buzz surrounding him. The 2016 first-round draft pick had just come off of his first professional season in which he netted 14 goals while dishing out 11 assists for 25 total points in 55 games played (stats courtesy of EliteProspects). The young center had also spent some time in Boston that season.

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AHL Suspends Season, Halts Providence Bruins Impressive 2nd Half

By: Mark Allred  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

Unfortunately, the spread of the Covid-19 virus has taken a toll on the North American sports scene as many amateur, minor-pro, and professional leagues shut down operations to appropriately contain this global pandemic. BNG Senior Writer Max Mainville updated Bruins Nation shortly after hearing the official National Hockey League press release of the 2019-2 being suspended (Seen Here), well

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Bruins AHL Affiliate: Providence Bruins Week 23 Preview

By: Tim A. Richardson | Follow Me On Twitter @TimARichardson

Week 23 of the AHL season has arrived. The Providence Bruins skate into it 34-18-3-3 (74 points) and 8-1-1 in their last 10 games. This is good for second in the Atlantic Division and Third in the Eastern Conference. The Providence club is going off a week that saw them push their winning streak to eight games, with wins over

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Providence Bruins Continue To Roll With Six Straight Victories

By: Mark Allred  |  Follow Me On Twitter @BlackAndGold277

On Wednesday night the American Hockey Leagues Providence Bruins were on the road in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton for a mid-week contest against the Penguins. The top minor-pro affiliate of the National Hockey Leagues Boston Bruins walked out of the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza with a significant 6-2 beatdown earning their sixth straight victory. The same two teams first faced each other

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