I did not want to dig into this bag again, but I think it’s time to revisit another pick from the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. The Bruins infamously had three consecutive first-round picks and used them to select Jakub Zboril, Jake DeBrusk, and Zachary Senyshyn, in that order. But, as I’m sure we all … Keep Reading
Last night the American Hockey League Providence Bruins returned to the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island, beating the visiting Hershey Bears by the score of 5-0. After last Saturday night’s 5-1 Providence loss on the road to the Springfield Thunderbirds, it was imperative that Bruins Head Coach Ryan Mougenel and staff … Keep Reading
It’s been a while since I wrote a Providence Bruins weekend recap due to my weekends being very busy with travel and other things. Now that our Black N’ Gold Hockey Podcast that I do with fellow host Heather Ingerson moved our recording day and time to Tuesday evenings it’ll give me more … Keep Reading
Week 20 of the AHL season has arrived. The Providence Bruins skate into it 26-18-3-3 (58 points) and 4-3-2-1 in their last 10 games. This is good for fourth in the Atlantic Division and seventh in the Eastern Conference. The Providence club is coming off a tough week that saw them lose to Bridgeport 4-2, before losing to the same Sound … Keep Reading
Zach Senyshyn was taken 15th overall in the first round of the 2015 NHL Draft. When he was selected, it was a decision that drew some criticism from fans and NHL Entry Draft experts. At the time, the Bruins had just traded away defenseman Dougie Hamilton and Milan Lucic to acquire the 13th and the 15th pick in the first round … Keep Reading
Coming into this season, there were only a couple of question marks when it came to who would be on this Bruin’s roster. One player, in particular, David Backes was primed to play a key role for the Bruins as he is taking up $6 million of the cap space allotted for the black and gold. With … Keep Reading
Boston Bruins general manager Don Sweeney announced a series of roster moves yesterday.
One of the most noteworthy comes in the form of 2018 second-round draft pick Axel Andersson being returned to Djurgarden IF of the SEL. Andersson had a solid summer in Boston, most notably in preseason action with the Bruins. Returning to his Swedish … Keep Reading
By: Max Mainville | Check me out on Twitter @tkdmaxbjj
Oh, the offseason. The best time of the year for all of the craziest rumors, trade ideas, and organizational moves as the teams prepare for the upcoming season. With the Boston Bruins, the 2018 NHL Offseason has been filled with rumors from all over the place. From signing big name players such as Ilya Kovalchuk or John Tavares to the … Keep Reading
How many times over the last 2-3 years have we heard the terms “speed,” “youth,” and “skill” thrown around the NHL? The league is evolving at a rapid rate, and many teams have already started to adopt the new model. Enforcers seem to have been put on the “endangered” list, conceding to the less … Keep Reading
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